REHDA

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REHDAReal Estate and Housing Developers Association
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'The Finance Ministry has accepted the Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin's request in support of Rehda's appeal to extend the HOC period for another six months ...
Even REHDA headquarters, Wisma REHDA walks the talk with the integration of green sustainable designs to meet the demands for ecological-friendly developments [8].
Women generally make less as housekeepers and baby sitters, said Rehda. She knew one woman who made EGP 800 a month as baby sitter.
A total of 22 respondents or 40.7% were members of trade associations such as Entrepreneurs Club and REHDA, 16 or 29.6% respondents belonged to the Chamber of Commerce, 12 or 22.2% respondents were affiliated with various professional associations such as the Board of Quantity Surveyors Malaysia (BQSM), Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM), Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM), and Malaysian Institute of Planners (MIP).
Often the target of public lashing over rising home prices, Rehda have maintained that making homes affordable requires the commitment of all relevant players, particularly the states because land premiums comprise the biggest share in development costs.
Property Times (2006) Rehda explains why developers are saying 'no', Property Times, 26 April 2006, http://www.nst.com.my/Weekly/ PropertyTimes/News.
'Currently the government has transit houses (to cater to their needs) but once they move out (of the B40 category), they can find a property that they could afford,' she told reporters after the Real Estate and Housing Developers' Association Malaysia (Rehda) Annual Dinner 2018 here Thursday.
I believe this would be broadened from time to time, in line with a salary increase,' he said at the Real Estate and Housing Development Association (Rehda) 2019 Budget Commentary here today.
The government should consider a real investment trust (REIT) specialising in residential property as another possible solution to the lack of affordable homes, the Real Estate and Housing Development Association Institute (Rehda) proposed today.
Rehda chairman, Datuk Jeffrey Ng, said there were concerns about how the buyer would bear all the risk if the home value depreciates.