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Good thing: A Home Ownership Campaign session in action in the Klang Valley. A total of 73,503 residential units valued at RM47.38bil had been sold since it was reintroduced last year.

ALL eyes will be on the tabling of Budget 2022 next Friday, with stakeholders from the local property market hoping for incentives that can spur the segment further.

That’s not a surprising sentiment, considering that the country has endured one of the worst recessions in history following a near two-year struggle with the Covid-19 pandemic.

At the Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association’s (Rehda) briefing on its “First Half 2021 Property Industry Survey” earlier this week, president Datuk Soam Heng Choon said he is hopeful that the Home Ownership Campaign (HOC) will get extended into 2022.

“The HOC ends on Dec 31. However, we lost four months this year as a result of the lockdown and hope that it will get extended,” he says.

To address the overhang situation in the country, the government kicked off the HOC in January 2019. The campaign, which was intended for six months, was extended for a year. It proved successful, having generated sales totalling RM23.2bil in 2019, surpassing the government’s initial target of RM17bil.

The government reintroduced the HOC in June last year under the Penjana initiative to boost the property market after it was adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to Rehda deputy president Datuk N. K. Tong, as at Sept 30, 2021, a total of 73,503 residential units valued at RM47.38bil (after discounts) had been sold since the HOC was reintroduced last year. Discounts worth more than RM9bil were given to buyers during the period.

According to Rehda statistics, Selangor dominated sales during the HOC with 30,888 units valued at RM21.1bil sold.

This was followed by Kuala Lumpur, which recorded RM11.6bil in sales with 17,468 units sold.

Johor was third highest with 8,723 units valued at RM5.4bil sold, followed by Penang which recorded RM4.5bil in sales with 6,784 units sold.

Kenanga Research in a recent report says property sales by developers, buoyed by the HOC, have been good.

“Despite the unexpected full movement control order imposed in June, we note that all developers under our coverage are still in line to meet their internal sales target set out at the start of the year, with the exception of Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd.

“EcoWorld Development Group Bhd and Sunway Bhd had already surpassed their initial sales guidance.”

Nevertheless, Kenanga Research says the real test will be when the HOC ends at the end of this year.

“Unless the HOC gets extended again, stamp duties (on memorandum of transfer and loan agreements) which are currently waived will kick in,” it said.


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