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Below are extracts of the reactions of the property sector to the recently tabled Budget 2023.
Tan Sri Leong Hoy Kum, Mah Sing Group Bhd founder and group managing director
Mah Sing is optimistic that Budget 2023 will inject a huge boost to the overall economy, on the back of the largest ever budget allocation of RM372.3bil. We can see the Government's efforts to improve people's well-being, particularly the Rakyat’s income and social protection, as well as to improve business competitiveness and value chain.
Budget 2023 revolves around three main objectives: reinforcing the momentum of economic recovery, strengthening economic resilience, and implementing comprehensive reforms.
This year, we see many practical measures which will benefit the M40 including RM100 ewallet credit, and more significantly, the personal tax rate will be reduced by 2% for Malaysians earning between RM50,000 to RM100,000 annually.
This is a much-awaited wishlist which has finally been granted this year. Not only will it make Malaysia a more attractive labour market, it will also put more disposable income in the Rakyat’s pockets, which allows them to spend on value-accretive assets like properties.,
Another welcomed measure is the exemption of 75% of stamp duty on the sales and purchase agreements of properties priced between RM500,001 to RM1mil (signed by 31 December 2023). For instance, a 75% exemption on an RM750,000 property purchase will save the buyer up to RM15,000. This will pique the interest of middle-to-upper income first time home buyers as well as those who are looking to upgrade their property.
The 100% stamp duty exemption for first time homebuyers remain, applicable for properties priced RM500,000 and below, RM6,500 savings on an RM300,000 property purchase.
The Government has made various allocations homes in rural areas and People’s Housing Projects, and private developers like Mah Sing can continue to serve the market with its affordable range of high rise and landed homes. These measures would be a timely catalyst in hastening the property industry's recovery, in line with the general consensus that 2023 will be a better year for Malaysia.
With the government steering the direction, we believe that all industry players and stakeholders will work together to ensure that the incentives ultimately benefit home buyers and propel the Malaysian property market to better recovery.
Datuk NK Tong, president of Rehda Malaysia
The Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association (REHDA) Malaysia places high hopes in the responsive, responsible and reformist agenda as defined in today’s Budget 2023 announcement in its biggest allocation yet at RM372.3 billion.
Presented by Minister of Finance, Yang BerhormatSenator Tengku Dato' Sri Zafrul b Tengku Abdul Aziz with the theme ‘Keluarga Malaysia, Makmur Bersama’, the Budget aimed to improve the quality of life for all Malaysians across all industries and walks of life, post-pandemic, and with proper and careful implementation, REHDA believes that this objective is obtainable.,
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