Malaysia Property Incorporated a Malaysian government backed initiative by the Economic Planning Unit has launched its Malaysia Property Gallery in Shenton Way, Singapore. MPI Chairman, Tan Sri Dato’ Thong Yaw Hong said that aside from helping developers tap the Singaporean market, the Malaysia Property Gallery is part of supporting the government’s agenda of attracting Foreign Direct Investment into the dynamic Malaysian real estate sector.
“We realized the need to have a more consistent presence in targeted overseas markets for better follow-up and better access to information related to Malaysian property investment. Buying properties is not a small ticket item; hence The Malaysia Property Gallery in Singapore is an extension of our current efforts to better engage investors and to create greater awareness of Malaysia’s attractive offerings. But it is also part of supporting the government’s efforts to drive foreign investment.”
The Malaysia Property Gallery has a Ground Floor area which is available for rent to showcase Malaysian properties for sale on a weekly basis. This 1,200sf space can be transformed and customized into a participating company’s own showroom. The Mezzanine Floor has a seminar room and meeting rooms for more private presentations.
“Historically, Malaysians have been the largest foreign investors in Singaporean real estate and vice versa.
The Malaysia Property Gallery is a reflection of that close relationship. It provides Malaysian developers with access to Singaporean investors while allowing Singaporean investors to better understand what’s available in Malaysia,” mentioned MPI CEO Kumar Tharmalingam.
Located in Shenton Way, the Gallery enables developers to among others launch developments, meet high-net worth investors, execute a longer term marketing and sales effort to create a stronger branding presence in Singapore, as well as tap on MPI’s networks and MPI initiated PR campaigns, seminars, briefings (MM2H and investor briefings).