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[Infographic] Malaysia Property Outlook for the 2022 1H


The National Property Information Centre (NAPIC) of Malaysia recently published its Property Market Activity and Status reports for the first half of 2022. (H1 2022). Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the property market has improved, with significant year-on-year growth.


Find out more about Malaysia's H1 property market in 2022 by reading on.


1. Summary

Property transaction value and volume increased by 36.1% and 34.5%, respectively, in H1 2022 compared to the same period in 2021.


In H1 2022, the property market saw a transaction value of RM84.40 billion and a total volume of 188,002 units.


2. Transaction Value By Sub-sector

The total transaction value in H1 2022 was RM84.40 billion. The residential sector contributed the most, totaling RM45.62 billion, followed by the commercial sector, which contributed RM10.75 billion.

Residential

RM45.62 billion

Commercial

RM14.02 billion

Industrial

RM10.75 billion

Agriculture

RM8.58 billion

Development land and others

RM5.43 billion

3. Transaction Volume By Sub-sector

H1 2022 saw a total of 188,002 transactions, with the residential sector accounting for 61.8% of the total transaction volume, followed by the agriculture sector with 22.1%.

Residential

116,178 units

Commercial

15,168 units

Industrial

3,830 units

Agriculture

41,595 units

Development land and others

11,231 units

4. Transaction Volume By Region

The Northern region had the most transactions in H1 2022, accounting for 27.8% of total transactions. The Central and Southern regions come in second and third, with 23.9% and 21.5%, respectively.


5. Transaction Volume: Year-on-Year (Y-o-Y) Change

The volume of transactions increased by 34.5% in H1 2022 compared to the previous period, totaling 188,002 transactions. The previous period, H1 2021, recorded 139,752 transactions.


6. Newly Launched Residential Units


In H1 2022, a total of 2,009 residential high-rise units were launched, along with 8,543 landed home units, for a total of 10,552 units.


From this total, 249 high-rise units and 1,892 landed homes were sold, accounting for 12.4% and 22.1% of the total units, respectively. In total, 2,141 units were sold, accounting for 20.3% of the total number of units available.

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