Living & Property
The places to be
Fara Aisyah | 14 Apr 2017 00:30
As the nation moves further into 2017, analysts are projecting another subdued quarter ahead amid lower commodity prices and reduced growth across most major industries, while international sociopolitical turmoil further dampens sentiment. As such, investors are advised to pursue developments in strong, supply-constrained markets and bid for strategic long-hold assets able to withstand a prospective downturn. These criteria naturally favour property investment, an area which is less affected by factors such as inflation, as the value of residential property tends to remain stable even in tough times.

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