Foreign Property Ownership in Asia: Your 5 Best Options

Buying real estate is one of the most common ways people invest offshore. Perks include rental income, the ability to turn it into a second home, and the fact that governments don’t make you report international property. However, most places in Asia don’t allow foreign real estate ownership. You can almost always lease property on a long-term basis of between 50 to 99...
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Basic Malaysia Property Knowledge

Tenure of property titles Property is non-movable piece of land or/and a building sitting on it. In Malaysia, there are three types of land titles namely, freehold, leasehold and Bumiputra reserve. Freehold property has “interest in perpetuity”; meaning that you can own the property forever. The right of ownership can also be passed to your heirs. The price of the similar type ...
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Real Estate Market in Malaysia whats it really like

The property climate in Malaysia reaches unprecedented new heights each year, as the supply and demand of residential and commercial real estate become increasingly robust. This phenomenon is not restricted to the capital city and the Greater Kuala Lumpur region, but has also permeated to the northern and southern regions of Peninsular Malaysia, as well as selected clusters wit...
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