Iskandar Waterfront weighs Malaysian IPO revival next year.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian developer Iskandar Waterfront Holdings Sdn Bhd is considering reviving an initial public offering as early as 2017 as it steps up the construction of projects including one linked to embattled state fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd. The company may pursue a dual listing in Malaysia and Hong Kong or Singapore as it seeks […]

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Home & Property Fair on 30 September – 03 October 2016 in Johor Bahru.

Home & Property Fair Have you ever thought of purchasing a property but have no idea where to begin? Are you a first-time homebuyer hoping to find a place of your own? Are you an experienced investor waiting to find out about more amazing projects? Either way, come on over to our Home & Property […]

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About 5,000 Singaporean families have set up home in Johor.

According to a 2014 estimate by the Johor-Singapore Community Care Association, about 5,000 Singaporean families have set up home across the Causeway. Some are retirees, such as 68-year-old Amy Tan, who moved in 2014 after her husband retired. Others, such as Mr Ang Khartono Jamil Hanmin, 35, who works in events project management, still work […]

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PM Najib launches Forest City and other projects to fuel Johor’s growth.

Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak launched three projects in Johor in a hectic one-day visit yesterday as he proclaimed the southern state as important both politically and economically for the country.. Read more at   The visit coincided with a tumultuous fortnight in his leadership of Umno, with Mr Najib suspending his deputy Muhyiddin […]

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Johor -Now it’s easier for low-income earners to own homes.

Johor Affordable Hou­sing Scheme   JOHOR BARU: With a RM300mil loan scheme expected to be implemented next month, the state government aims to make it easier for low-income earners to own houses. “We hope to start the Johor Affordable Hou­sing Scheme (RMMJ) by April. “We are still waiting for the approval from the Finance Ministry,” […]

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Set in the city – Could This Work in Johor Bahru?

Why do KLites live outside the city and spend hours commuting to work while so many apartment units in prime locations remain untenanted? Asking this question led Amanda Sabri to found TrupCotel, writes ZIEMAN. WHEN Amanda Sabri created TrupCotel, the company that offers relatively affordable, short-term accommodation in the heart of the city, she only […]

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Spotlight on Johor Bahru – Video Information

I came across this video on line and thought it a good one to share with the people of Johor Bahru

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