(Nov 7, Kuala Lumpur) 17 experts in the fields of real estate, legal matters, financing and fengshui will be speaking about topics concerning the real estate market outlook for 2015 at the REM Property Showcase & Seminar Tour 2015 held at Viva Mall Centre Court from the 7th to 9th of November
Organised by Real Estate Malaysia Magazine (REM), this showcase and seminar tour features a total of 24 talks held across three days. Real estate experts from Malaysia, China, Hong Kong and Singapore will be sharing their views about the impacts of Budget 2015 as well as provide comprehensive analysis of trends and opportunities in the real estate sector for 2015.
Speakers for the event include Dato’ Sri Gavin Tee, President & Founder of Swhengtee
International Investment Alliance; Chris Tan, Founder of Chur Associates; Ahyat Ishak,
Founder of Strategic Property Investor; Elizabeth Siew, Partner at Messrs Iqbal Hakim, Sia & Voo; Ishmael Ho, Director at Ho Chin Soon Research; Khalil Adis, Founder of Khalil Adis Consultancy Pte Ltd; Vincent Bong, Advisor at Aminvestment; Tan Hwa Chuan, Director at B.I.G Group of Companies; Dato’ Sri Dr Vincent Tiew, Director at Andaman Group; Ivan Zhang, Group Vice President of Red Sun Group Corporation (Beijing, China); Ronald Pua, Vice President of MPI; Ernest Towle, Chief Delight Officer at BestLoanPackages.com; Frankie Wong, Chairman of Association of Asia Investors; Eric Lee, Manager at Swhengtee International Investment Alliance; etc.
In addition to the real estate experts, Founder of Feng Shui Ideas Master Jacky, and the Founder of Master Paw Feng Shui Consultancy Master Sandy Paw will be sharing their fengshui knowledge with participants.
Malaysia cements its position as ASEAN’s treasure Asia awakens.
During his opening speech, REM’s advisor Dato’ Sri Gavin Tee remarked that 2015 will be a year Malaysia takes the world by storm and make the biggest step forward in the nation’s history. Growth in 2015 is poised to be comprehensive and will be a direct contrast from the “misfortune” of 2014. All in all, Malaysians can look forward to a great year ahead starting from February, especially in the field of real estate.
According to Tee, Asia on a whole can no longer be seen merely as emerging economies, but should be considered bona fide global player that has entered a phase of explosive growth. He added that 80% of the world’s biggest metropolis will be located in Asia within the next 10 to 20 years, and that Asia will be home to 60% of the global population. Not only that, the middle class is rapidly growing in Asia 60% of the world’s middle class will be based in Asia.
Tee is convinced that the real estate market shall experience another decade of sustained growth, while there will be market corrections in some cities during this period, there is no denying the healthy long term prospect. Amongst the different market segments, tourism, retirement, education and healthcare properties will likely experience the most significant growth.
Tee believes that Southeast Asia will be one of the forerunners in the growth of Asia. As Malaysia assumes the chairmanship to ASEAN in 2015, there is little doubt that this “Jewel of ASEAN” will experience significant growth to become one of the world’s leading investment and tourist destinations. Investors, even small players, can benefit tremendously from the overarching growth and must not miss out on the many opportunities.
REM General Manager Jacky Cheng is very pleased with the enthusiastic response for the event and plans to host similar events in more areas across Malaysia in the future.
Numerous renowned local and international developers including Huayang, OCR, GJH, Matrix Concept, Greenland, R&F and more have also set up booths to showcase their projects during the event.
This property showcase and seminar tour is organised by Real Estate Malaysia Magazine.Supported by Swhengtee International Investment Alliance, AmInvestment Bank, and sponsored by Goodnite Bedding, MYoga and Plaza Premium Lounge. Media partners for this event are ProperGuru, Property Hunter Magazine, and Malaysia-China Business Magazine.