Johor looks for best way to solve over 70,000 unsold, unoccupied homes
Factors contributing to the problem are new homeownership policies and conditions.
Menteri Besar Hasni Mohammad (above) said among the factors contributing to the problem are new homeownership policies and conditions such as Malaysia My Second Home Programme (MM2H).He said among the efforts that would be undertaken by...Unlocking Article
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Drop the price down, dont give to foreigners, give to locals who can prove having low incomes. Sell to China? 😂 Give away to poor people. Built homes for rich, while johor have among the lowest buying power in Malaysia. Why is developer project ends up to govt business, i found this very fishy and very annoying
Give me 1 solution? Dajjal - Al Dajjal. Tidak lama lagi akan tiba masanya untuk kemunculan Dajjal, kejadian sudah berlaku. Terdapat beberapa mimpi Muhammad Qasim mengenai penampilan Dajjal dan kekacauannya. Ketahui lebih lanjut di laman web atau cari ‘Muhammad Qasim Dreams’ One wonders how did you end up with such a situation. Is it the fault of developers? What about the approval authorities? Were there feasibility studies that could have prevented such massive over construction?
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Driver killed, three family members injured after car crashes into elephant in JohorKLUANG: A car with a family of four crashed into an elephant, resulting in the death of the 38-year-old driver. إنا لله وإنا إليه راجعون
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Over RM2.5mil worth of luxury car parts and booze seized in JohorJOHOR BARU: Over RM2.5mil worth of luxury car spare parts and alcohol were seized by the Customs Department here following checks on two lorries separately. Congrats.
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