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Malaysian Property Investment Continue to Soar

Added: (Tue Aug 04 2009)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Malaysia property investment remains a competitive industry among Asian countries. Unlike Japan, Hongkong and Singapore, overseas property investment in Malaysia emerged as the best over the past few months due to its property price falls that could possibly go for up to 25%

The South East Asian country offers plenty of reasonable priced investment property that include a range of furnished apartments to traditionally styled villas. Malaysian property boosts of strong infrastructure and stability within political and economic circles. These investment properties are highly sought after by local and foreign investors alike.

Potential buyers can choose from a wide range of properties in classy Kuala Lumpur bed apartments and Borneo condominiums. These high specification homes feature sheer quality at comparatively low prices. Malaysia properties also boast of high rental yields starting from 7% to 20% of the property's real value. Malaysian properties are in close proximity to the International airport, private pools and professional 18-hole golf courses. These investments are located just a few minutes traveling distance from the city's business district and city centre.

DSR Asset Management Ltd offers property investors with intensely personal service, expert advice and support to ensure these investors acquire the right property they require.

What makes Malaysian properties a favorite choice among foreigners especially Europeans? According to researches, property prices as well as utility charges in Malaysia are relatively lower compared to other countries. Low-cost airlines also travel around the region. These and many others are among the factors that help lure visitors and investors to the country.

Submitted by:Lizzie Welsh
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