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Borders Are Open, So Should Short-Term Stays Be Allowed?

Chan Ai Cheng, President, Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents

18-May-22 07:45

Borders Are Open, So Should Short-Term Stays Be Allowed?

Short-term lets of the AirBnB variety have been excellent at mopping up excess supply but have been met with concerns over security and possible impacts on property prices. Chan Ai Cheng, President of the Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents, analyses the issues. Image credit:

Produced by: Philip See

Presented by: Khoo Hsu Chuang, Tan Chen Li, Philip See

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