Voters more concerned about inflation than property prices

Voters more concerned about inflation than property prices

Real estate technology group Juwai IQI sees inflation as the biggest issue among voters although housing affordability remains the hot topic for many.

Co-founder and group chief executive officer (CEO) Kashif Ansari said people are less concerned about real estate because prices have been stable this year, and there is a sufficient pipeline of new properties.

“The biggest economic issue for voters is inflation and the costs of everyday items like food and consumer goods,” he said in a statement.

Kashif opined that Bank Negara Malaysia and the government have done a good job managing the economy during the global disruption.

“We think this stable economic leadership will continue regardless of who wins the election.”

Read more: EdgeProp, Bernama, New Straits Times

BM/MY: Berita Harian

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