KUALA LUMPUR – The implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST), the depreciation of the Ringgit and ultimately the reduction in consumer sentiments are amongst the concerns of the participants within the local real estate industry. All of the aforementioned issues have further exacerbated the housing affordability predicament that has plagued the younger generations throughout the recent decades.
These pertinent subject matters form the basis that underpins the 25th National Real Estate Convention, jointly organised by the Royal Institution of Surveyors Malaysia (RISM) and the Association of Valuers, Property Managers, Estate Agents and Property Consultants in the private sector of Malaysia (PEPS).
Graciously hosted at the e-City Hotel, Subang Jaya on the 12th of November 2015, the property event aims to highlight the abovementioned affordability concerns and the shift in development trends to cater to the evolving market demand. Amongst the experienced line up of speakers include Dato’ Ar Aminuddin Manaf – the COO of PR1MA, Dr. Suraya Ismail – Director of Research from Khazanah Research Institute, Adzman Shah Mohd. Ariffin – Director of Exastrata Solution Sdn Bhd and many more. The annual real estate convention has also attracted renowned international speaker namely, Nicholas Holt – Asia Pacific Research Director from Knight Frank International to contribute his professional outlook on affairs surrounding the Asia Pacific property market.
The head of the event organising committee, Sr Dato’ Dr. Tunku Fauzi Bin Dato’ Tunku Abdul Malek Al Haj illustrated the need for the upcoming real estate convention to address most of the concerns of the industry by way of interactive dissemination of information and professional viewpoints from knowledgeable property participants represented as the speakers for the event. “We have targeted audiences from various backgrounds such as developers, investors, bankers, property consultants, academia and students. With the kind aid of MCT Berhad and B&G Capital Resources Berhad as the Event and F&B Sponsors respectively, I can envision that this full day event (the 25th NREC) will benefit all patrons and participants, to better contribute to the Malaysian real estate industry,” said Dato’ Tunku Fauzi.
Registration fee for the anticipated property event is at RM888 and RM988 for RISM/PEPS members and non-members respectively. All prices quoted are inclusive of GST. For more information, kindly contact Razi at 03-7955 1773 / 7956 9728 or email email@example.com. Alternatively, interested participants can find out more about the 25th NREC today at www.rism.org.my.