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The Sabah residential property market ended 2021 on a better note compared with the start of that year and this upward trend is likely to continue in 2022, according to Rahim & Co regional manager (Sabah) Max Sylver Sintia in presenting The Edge | Rahim & Co Kota Kinabalu Housing Property Monitor 1Q2022.

The houses monitored have shown resilience during these challenging times, with good activity on the secondary market, he says.

“The positive growth recorded by our samples indicates that the secondary market is active, especially for properties in good locations that are well maintained. The demand for these properties is quite strong as their value is sustainable, with room for appreciation,” says Max.


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