Find out how you as an expatriate in Malaysia can own a home or office in this country.
MM2H is an initiative by the Federal Government of Malaysia, is open to all foreigners from countries recognised by Malaysia regardless of race, religion & gender.
Are you an expat looking to call Malaysia home? Check out our detailed investment guide which lays out the foreign ownership process, costs involved as well as the latest information on Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) and Premium Visa Programme (PVIP).
iProperty.com.my has identified selected properties in key areas near notable international and private schools in Klang Valley which have recorded a significant number of transactions in 2021. We take a closer look at these projects which are within a 2KM radius of popular educational institutions and located in key locations such as Subang Jaya, Puchong, Kuala Lumpur, Mont Kiara, Kepong, Petaling Jaya, Setapak, Ampang Jaya, Cheras, Seri Kembangan, Shah Alam, Klang, and Cyberjaya for your consideration to buy in 2022.
While most expatriate parents are familiar with what they entail, a good portion of the populace hasn’t an inkling about international schools and how to choose one. We’ve prepared a cheat sheet for you.
Applications for the MM2H programme was temporarily frozen in August 2020, in view of the global Covid-19 pandemic. The government recently announced that MM2H would be reactivated with several new conditions and is set to resume in October 2021. However, the new criteria have received considerable backlash, for being too draconian. A rethink in the new MM2H policies is needed if Malaysia wants to continue attracting foreign investors.
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