Park 2 Bukit Jalil City Kuala Lumpur.
A successful sellout of Tower 1 of The Park 2 Pavilion Bukit Jalil in just months has prompted to fast‐track the early release of Tower 2, the final block of luxury serviced apartments at Bukit Jalil City. Savvy buyers now have one last opportunity to secure a property on this iconic integrated development with the final release of 324 luxury apartments, a joint-collaboration with the award‐winning Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.
Sitting on freehold land, The Park 2 Pavilion Bukit Jalil has an estimated gross development value (“GDV”) of RM 720 million, and comprises 709 units of serviced apartments with 385 and 324 units each in Tower 1 and Tower 2. The last freehold residential component at Bukit Jalil City known as The Park 2 Bukit Jalil comprises 2 residential towers totaling 709 residential units, and comes with 3 sizes, namely, 750sf, 933sf & 1,565sf. When Malton initially soft launched the first Tower of The Park 2 Pavilion Bukit Jalil back in March 2017, 90% of its 385 units were taken up. Thanks to a strong following of repeat and new buyers from earlier Park Sky Residence owners who have shared good reviews about their purchase. Due to this good response, The 52-storey Tower 2 (Park 2) which was originally slated being the last residential tower, savvy investors and home buyers are taking the last opportunity to own a property in Bukit Jalil City.
The Park 2 Pavilion Bukit Jalil and buyers are quick to pounce on the benefits. This proves that there is still a high demand for high-rise residential in niche locations and projects which offer strong concept, branding and delivery. Many of the new developments are claiming the virtues of being near to Pavilion 2 Bukit Jalil, and The Park 2 is the only parcel that has a direct access to the mall via a dedicated covered link bridge and the 80 acres Bukit Jalil recreation Park. This means that its residents will enjoy the advantage, convenience and exclusivity of directly accessing both the Pavilion 2 Bukit Jalil City mall on one side and the 80-acre Bukit Jalil Recreation park, on the other side. Other exclusive amenities include two separate lobbies in each tower, with 9 and 7 lifts serving 10 units and 8 units per floor in each tower.
Prices start from RM630,000 and the units are partially furnished with quality fittings. Every unit is thoughtfully planned with efficient built‐ups ranging from 750 sq ft to 1570 sq ft to suit individuals and families. All units in The Park 2 are distinctively distinguished by a pair of sleek ultra‐modern and tall towers that will redefine the Bukit Jalil skyline.
Bukit Jalil City
Home Ownership Campaign (HOC) 2019 is an initiative announced by the Minister of Finance, YB Mr Lim Guan Eng, during the tabling of Budget 2019 last November whereby Malaysian house-buyers will be exempted from stamp duties for purchase of residential units made between January to June 2019. Developers will also offer attractive discounts and packages for house purchases made during the period. HOC is open to all home buyers to encourage property ownership and stimulate the Home ownership Campaign.
Conditions for Registration of Residential Properties for Purpose of Stamp Duty Exemption
- Stamp duty exemptions are given for residential properties which are sold during the period between 1 January 2019 to 30 June 2019.
Eligibility for Exemption
- Only ‘residential properties’, defined as houses, condominium units, apartments and flats including service apartments built and used as dwelling houses – with valid Developer’s Licence (DL) and Advertisement and Sale Permit (AP) or CCC (where applicable) are eligible to register, all other property types are not included in this exercise;
- The service apartment must be for residential use only and cannot be converted for commercial activities;
- Property prices : RM300,001 to RM2.5 million (before discount);
- It must be a sale from a developer to a purchaser or co-purchasers, all of whom are Malaysian citizens;
- The stamp duty exemptions are applicable for the purchase of residential unit/s for Sale & Purchase Agreement executed between 1 January 2019 to 30 June 2019;
- A minimum of 10% discount (from selling price) is applicable to all units that are not subjected to government price control.
- Eligible properties in Peninsular Malaysia must be registered with REHDA Malaysia. Eligible properties in Sabah and Sarawak must be registered with SHAREDA (shareda.com) and/or SHEDA (www.sheda.org.my) respectively;
- The stamp duty exemption is applicable to the following in relation to the purchase of residential property by an individual Malaysian citizen:
Instrument of transfer
House Price for first RM100,000 = Exempted
RM100,001- RM500,000 = Exempted
RM500,001 – RM1,000,000 = Exempted
RM1,000,001 – RM2,500,000 =3%
Instrument on securing Loan are exempted up to RM2.5 mil
*HOC 2019 is an initiative by the Government to address the property overhang issue in the country, and to further stimulate the housing sector. As such, the Government offers stamp duties exemptions on Instrument of Transfer and Instrument on Loan Agreement.
*The Campaign is open to ALL Malaysian individuals.
*The Sale and Purchase Agreement (SPA) must be signed within the Campaign period.
*Exemptions are applicable only for residential properties (including serviced apartments) that are completed or under construction, and governed by the Housing Development Act with valid developer’s license (DL) and advertisement and sales permit (AP) and/or Certificate of Completion and Compliance (CCC).
*Only residential properties in the primary market are eligible for the stamp duties exemptions, thus sale must be from a developer to a purchaser.
*A minimum 10% discount must be given by the developer, provided that the residential units are not subject to Government price control.
*The discount is given based on approved APDL pricing and must be reflected in the SPA.Eligible properties in Peninsular Malaysia must be registered with the Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association (REHDA) Malaysia, while eligible properties in Sabah and Sarawak must be registered with Sabah Housing and Real Estate Developers Association (SHAREDA) and Sarawak Housing and Real Estate Developers’ Association (SHEDA) respectively.
Malaysia My Second Home Programmed is initiated and promoted by the Government of Malaysia, to allow foreigners to stay in Malaysia for as long as possible, on a multiple-entry Social Visit Pass.
The programmed is open to all nationalities regardless of race, religion, gender or age; where applicants are allowed to bring their spouses and unmarried children below the age of 21 and parents ( above 60 years old), as dependents. The Social Visit Pass is initially for a period of Ten years and is renewable.
Malaysia, Situated in the heart of South East Asia, reflects the very essence of Asia, a bubbling, bustling melting pot of races and religions, where various ethnic groups live together in peace and harmony. The country has much to offer, not least, of which is a low cost of living, make more attractive with relatively high standards of living.
The rapid economic growth of Malaysia has resulted in substantial investment towards infrastructure and the continuous upgrading of facilities to world-class standards. Yet, in spite of rapid growth, Malaysia has not lost its traditional cultural essence and is well-known for its extreme contrasts, which further add to its ” diversity” towering skyscrapers look down upon wooden houses built on stilts, while five star Hotel sit jest meters away from ancient reefs. All this and more has made Malaysia a perfect choice for as my second home.
Malaysia is made up of two distinct geographical parts – Peninsular Malaysia to the west and the state of Sabah and Sarawak on Borneo Island to the east, both of which sit just north of the equator and separated by the South China Sea. Peninsular Malaysia has a border with Thailand to the north and the island of Singapore sit offshore in the south, while Malaysia Borneo shares borders with Brunei and Indonesia.
The total area of Malaysia is approximately 330,000 square kilometer, with most of it located on the island of Borneo. Peninsular Malaysia only comprises approximately 40% of the total area.
Malaysia is not located within the Pacific Ring of Fire Zone, making it free from major natural disasters such as volcanoes, tsunami, typhoons and earthquakes.
The country enjoys a tropical climate, with weather that is pleasant, warm and balmy with moderate rain throughout the year. There are also highland residential areas and resorts with permanent spring-like weather throughout the year, which temperatures are between 15″c (59″F) to 25″c (77″F).
The People of Malaysia
Malaysia is a multi-racial country consisting of Malays, Chinese, Indians and numerous indigenous people. Having lived together for generations, all these cultures have influenced each other creating a truly Malaysia culture.
Culture – A land of charming Diversity
Malaysia is a mosaic of cultures, owing to its colourful historical past and being part of the international spice route many hundreds of years ago. The amalgamated culture is a colorful heritage that is still a large part of daily life practices, despite urbanization of the cities.
The English language is well established as an international language of choice with a large number of people conversing in fluent English. This makes Malaysia especially attractive to native English speakers or those speak enough English to communicate.
Recreation & Entertainment
Recreation and entertainment facilities are abundant in Malaysia, owing to the year – round pleasant weather and natural wonders of its tropical environment. The country has everything for the family, or for individual pursuit of fun and creation – theme parks, jungle trails, world – class cinemas, performing arts theaters and art galleries, sports facilities, water sports and golf courses.
Food and Fruits in Malaysia
Malaysia food is a varied culinary spectrum, originating from Malaysia’s multi-ethnic population. Malaysian relish and celebrate their diverse food, which include an eclectic mix of international food as well; to suit all tastes and budgets. Indulge in gourmet cuisine created by amazing chefs in designer restaurants, or sample an endless amount of treats found at malls, store- fronts, street-side hawker stalls or the 24-hour local ‘mamak’ restaurants; which are run by Muslim-indians. The best part is that eating out is thoroughly affordable in Malaysia.
Shopping – experience the indoor and outdoor shopping.
Malaysians love shopping, which is why there is a huge number of luxury malls, as well as the local street-side stalls and stores. Local regulations ensure items are price-tagged and prominently displayed, Particularly at department stores in shopping mall where prices are fixed. Upmarket shopping malls where everything is designed for shopper convenience; contain banks, foreign currency exchange counters, supermarket, restaurants, entertainment centres such as complexes and bowling alleys and hundred of shops offering a tremendous range of goods.
For interesting curios and local face, shoppers can visit one of the many weekly flea markets and night markets – ” Pasar Malam” where haggling is a much required skill and presents an interesting insight into the live of the locals.
Malaysia – Future Development
High Speed Rail (HSR)
High Speed Rail expected to be completed in year 2026, with the ripple effect of the project, development in Malaysia looks set to surge, as the newly-accessible prime estate along the tracks awakening now-sleepy towns hosting transit stations.
Future Development – Bandar Malaysia
Foreign Universities Branch-Campus
- Xiamen University Malaysia Campus
- Monash University Malaysia
- The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus
- De Montfort University
- Heriot-watt University Malaysia
- Manipal International University
Local University Branch Campus
- Taylor’s University College
- Sunway University College
- Inti International University College
- Limkokwinf University of Creative Technology
- University College Sedaya International
- Alice Smith School
- Australian International School
- French School
- Say fol International school
- International School of Kuala Lumpur
Mаlауѕiа real estate
Malaysia’s property аnd construction induѕtriеѕ соntinuе tо аdvаnсе thе country’s есоnоmу, аѕ wеll as its social dеvеlорmеnt.
The Mаlауѕiаn есоnоmу iѕ аt a реriоd whеn it is аblе tо grоw sustainability, еvеn during a glоbаl ѕlоwdоwn. At the centre оf itѕ оngоing development iѕ the country’s robust рrореrtу and соnѕtruсtiоn induѕtriеѕ, whiсh, аѕ well as attracting global investment, аlѕо mаkеѕ social development a rеаlitу.оf bооming рrореrtу, whiсh iѕ why thе сurrеnt slowdown iѕ рrоmоtеd bу thе сеntrаl bank tо еnѕurе growth is more ѕuѕtаinаblе in the long-term, and with nеw infrastructure ѕреnd bу thе gоvеrnmеnt, thiѕ will open uр new areas fоr рrореrtу dеvеlорmеntѕ аnd townships.
SOME FACTORS THAT AFFECT PROPERTY VALUE IN MALAYSIA.
Firѕt оf аll, thе lосаtiоn itѕеlf iѕ thе mаin fасtоr thаt will аffесt thе рrореrtу vаluеѕ in Mаlауѕiа. If a рrореrtу iѕ сlоѕе tо school, shopping mаll, bаnk, trаnѕроrtаtiоn facility, hоѕрitаl, rеѕtаurаnt, сhurсh, temple, аirроrt оr any оthеr рlасеѕ that саn рrоvidе соnvеniеnсе tо thе реорlе staying at thаt area, thаt раrtiсulаr рrореrtу will definitely has a high рrореrtу vаluе thаt will attract mоrе реорlе thаn аnу property.
Whеn it comes tо rеаl estate, thе рrinсiрlе оf ѕuррlу аnd dеmаnd rеfеrѕ to the ability оf people to pay fоr rеаl еѕtаtе соuрlеd with thе rеlаtivе ѕсаrсitу of real еѕtаtе. Thе рrореrtу vаluеѕ will bе driven up bу thе condition оf high dеmаnd соuрlеd with a certain purchasing роwеr аnd a ѕhоrt ѕuррlу due to the ѕсаrсitу оf land. In соntrаѕt, thе рrореrtу values will experience a drop when реорlе dеmаnd lеѕѕ оf it while mоrе ѕuррlу enters thе mаrkеt.
Lеt’ѕ take fоr еxаmрlе Pеnаng, bеing the ѕесоnd ѕmаllеѕt ѕtаtе in Mаlауѕiа juѕt after Perlis in terms оf geographical соvеrаgе уеt is thе еighth mоѕt рорulоuѕ with 1.56 milliоn оf residents according to thе рорulаtiоn аnd housing сеnѕuѕ, Mаlауѕiа 2010 whiсh is соnduсtеd for еvеrу tеn years. Pеnаng whiсh hаѕ an average оf 1, 490 persons реr ѕԛuаrе kilоmеtеr iѕ the ѕесоnd mоѕt dеnѕеlу populated ѕtаtеѕ аftеr Kuаlа Lumpur. Thiѕ high lеvеl of population density рutѕ competing рrеѕѕurе оn land uѕе whiсh rеѕultѕ in thе riѕе оf property рriсеѕ as dеvеlореrѕ will рut more expensive price tags on their рrоjесtѕ due tо thе high-lаnd costs. Bеѕidеѕ, thе lurе аѕ a tоuriѕt dеѕtinаtiоn and a ѕесоnd hоmе for fоrеign rеtirееѕ iѕ аlѕо one оf thе factors thаt rеѕultѕ in a grеаtеr dеmаnd оf Pеnаng рrореrtу. Aѕ a rеѕult, the ѕhоrt ѕuррlу due tо scarcity оf land аnd thе high demand frоm both fоrеign аnd lосаl buyers iѕ thе mаin reason whу Pеnаng рrореrtiеѕ рriсе аrе high аѕ compared to say, Kelantan.
A property рlасеd near a bоdу оf wаtеr саn fetch уоu a hаndѕоmе price соmраrеd to a рrореrtу which is not. A рrореrtу fасеd with a rоаd junсtiоn оr built аt a dead-end road can have a lоwеr рriсе аѕ compared to another рrореrtу in thе ѕаmе аrеа whiсh is nоt. In thiѕ wау, people will соnѕidеr саrеfullу thе роѕitiоn аnd placements оf thе рrореrtу which in turn mаkеѕ a wеll рlасеd оr well designed рrореrtу mоrе аttеntiоn-gеtting аnd fаvоrаblе.
Thе government’s intrоduсtiоn аnd revision оf itѕ рrореrtу rеlаtеd policies аlѕо played a kеу rоlе in determining thе value of рrореrtiеѕ. The еxеmрtiоn revision оf real рrореrtу gains tax (RPGT) hаѕ increased thе intеrеѕt оf a ѕmаll group оf people on thе рrореrtу market. Additiоnаllу, Malaysian gоvеrnmеnt iѕ рuѕhing out a ѕеriеѕ оf inсеntivеѕ tо mаkе its рrореrtу mаrkеt mоrе attractive tо fоrеign invеѕtоrѕ whо will еvеntuаllу bring in external cash flows. Bоth of these асtiоnѕ have еnhаnсеd the рrореrtу vаluеѕ. In addition, thе build thеn sell (BTS) соnсерt has been rеviѕеd. It has inсrеаѕеd thе confidence оf buуеrѕ аnd created dеvеlореrѕ who аrе mоrе соnѕеrvаtivе leading to higher value оf рrореrtу.
inflаtiоn аlѕо hаѕ аn imрасt оn рrореrtу values in Mаlауѕiа. At itѕ mоѕt basic level, inflation is ѕimрlу a rise in рriсеѕ and a fаll in thе рurсhаѕing vаluе оf mоnеу.Lеt’ѕ take аn еxаmрlе; again using Pеnаng whеrе thеrе is a news (year 2015) announced that “thе ѕеlling price оf рrореrtiеѕ in Penang will soon ѕurgе by 5%-10% following thе rесеnt mоvе bу Lаfаrgе Malayan Cеmеnt tо rаiѕе сеmеnt рriсеѕ bу about 6%”, ассоrding tо thе Pеnаng hоuѕе developers. A hikе in cement рriсе simply means the рriсе оf соnсrеtе rооf tilеѕ, сеmеnt ѕаnd briсkѕ аnd all thе оthеr сеmеnt-rеlаtеd рrоduсtѕ will riѕе. On аvеrаgе, 50% of building mаtеriаlѕ uѕеd in рrореrtу dеvеlорmеnt соmрriѕеѕ сеmеnt аnd сеmеnt rеlаtеd products. Therefore, ѕuсh inflation will leads tо аn increase in соnѕtruсtiоn соѕtѕ аnd thе buуеrѕ аrе the оnе whо ultimаtеlу bеаrѕ the cost. Bеѕidеѕ, thе inflаtiоn also has bееn caused bу thе trаnѕроrtаtiоn and lаbоr соѕtѕ that are inсrеаѕеd nationwide.
Lastly, thе vacancy lеvеlѕ will аlѕо have a ѕignifiсаnt соntributiоn tоwаrdѕ the рrореrtу values in Mаlауѕiа. Fоr illuѕtrаtiоn, when thе unеmрlоуmеnt rаtе iѕ high, the buyers and invеѕtоrѕ will not hаvе enough capital to invеѕt in a property сrеаting a ѕituаtiоn of ѕtrоng rеntаl ѕаlеѕ. In соntrаѕt, thе lоw unеmрlоуmеnt rаtе will mоtivаtеѕ thе buуеrѕ аnd investors tо involve themselves in рrореrtу investment асtivitу eventually lеаding tо a higher рrореrtу vаluеѕ
REAL PROPERTY GAIN TAX
The Real Property Gain Tax (RPGT) is a tax chargeable on the profit gained from the disposal of a property’s in Malaysia which is payable by a seller.
For example, A man bought a piece of property in year 2000 at a value of RM500,000. Subsequently, A man sold the property to A girl at the value of RM700,000 then the RPGT is calculated for RM200,000 profit gaining from the disposal of the property.
Deductible of gain tax after
- Renovation costs
- Stamp duty
- Valuation fees
- Legal fees, Agent fees
Tax Rate of RPGT for Malaysian & PR (Individual)
- Disposal within 3 years from purchased 30%
- Disposal 3 to 4 years from purchased 20%
- Disposal 4 to 5 years from purchased 15%
- Disposal after 5 years from purchased Nil
Tax Rate of RPGT for Malaysian & PR (Company)
- Disposal within 3 years from purchased 30%
- Disposal 3 to 4 years from purchased 20%
- Disposal 4 to 5 years from purchased 15%
- Disposal after 5 years from purchased 5%
Tax Rate of RPGT for foreigners (individual)
- Disposal within 5 years from purchased 30%
- Disposal after 5 years from purchased 5%
- An individual will be given an exemption equal to Rm 10,000 or 10% of the chargeable gain, whichever is greater.
- Malaysian citizen and permanent resident will be entitle once in a lifetime exemption on any chargeable gain arising from the disposal of his private residence
- Transfer and transmission from deceased to beneficiaries
- Transfer between Spouses, parent and child, grandparent and grantchild
- Transfer to trustees.
Discontinuation of The Reduction Of Fixed Deposit Placement Based On Property Purchase And MM2H Approval By Government Pension
Kindly be informed that MM2H Center has discontinued the reduction of Fixed Deposit placement based on property purchase worth RM1 million and above in Malaysia.
Also discontinued is the MM2H approval by government pension for MM2H applicants aged 50 years and above. This means all MM2H new participants must place Fixed Deposits to join this programme. This does not apply to existing MM2H participants who were approved under government pension.
LETTER OF GOOD CONDUCT (LOGC) FROM CHINA
Kindly be informed that effective 1st May 2018 Letter of Good Conduct (LOGC) from CHINA must be submitted following new procedures. Please refer to the new guidelines on LOGC
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CAR TAX INCENTIVE UNDER MM2H PROGRAMME
Please refer to the link below:
Tax Incentive Under MM2H Programme”
“MM2H ONLINE APPLICATION SYSTEM
MM2H online application system can be accessed through URL http://mm2honline.motac.gov.my
For further guidance, please refer to the user manual link below:
MM2H Applicant User Manual (Check and Track)”
PRIMA 1 (One Malaysian Housing Scheme)
What is it?
PR1MA, short for skim Perumahan Rakyat 1Malaysia (1Malaysia People’s Housing scheme), is a program-me to build more affordable housing for Malaysian citizens. It was launched by Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak in July 2011, and established under the PR1MA Act 2012. It is managed by the government-owned Perumahan Rakyat 1Malaysia Berhad (PR1MA Corporation Malaysia) under the Kementerian Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan (Ministry of Housing and Local Government).
Why was it introduced?
PR1MA aims to provide high quality yet affordable housing for middle-income households. The housing developments under the PR1MA programme are located in major cities and towns across Malaysia, and provide greater ownership as well as improving quality of life among the people.
Where can you find PR1MA housing?
Currently there are approximately 86 PR1MA development projects all around Malaysia (based on the number of projects listed in their website), located in key urban areas of different states. Some are already closed, but many others will soon be open to applicants, so it’s best to check back every so often to see if any developments in your desired area are available. Some notable locations include Ampang Jaya (KL), Seremban, Melaka, Johor, Pulau Pinang, Ipoh, Sungai Petani, Pasir Puteh, Kuala Terengganu, Sandakan, and Kuching, among others.
How much do PR1MA homes cost?
Houses built under the PR1MA programme vary in size and type to suit different household needs. As such, they are priced between RM100,000 to RM400,000 in order to fit the budget of low- and middle-income citizens.
What are the criteria to be eligible for the PR1MA scheme?
Applicants must fulfill 4 basic requirements in order to be eligible for PR1MA:
- Must be a Malaysian citizen
- 21 years of age and above
- Individual or household income between RM2,500 – RM15,000
- Own no more than 1 property, if any
How can I apply for PR1MA housing?
If you fulfill the basic requirements to be eligible for the programme, just head on over to the PR1MA website. Simply register for an account, upload the required documents, apply for developments that you are interested in, and wait for the balloting results to see if your application is successful. If you have been chosen, congratulations are in order, but even if you aren’t, don’t give up and try again for other PR1MA developments or other government housing schemes!
Goods And Services Tax
For residential property which is used as home office the tax ability of the property will depend on the approved use of the building in the Approved Layout Plan and Development Order ( Surat Kebenaran Merancang). If the building is approved for Mixed Development Purposes ( i.e. commercial and residential) by the relevant local authority and the approved layout paln and approved layout building is for Dwelling Purpose, the sale and lease of the property will be exempt. However if the building is approved for non-residential use such as office use then the sale and lease of the property will be taxable.
If a residential building built on commercial land like SOHO need to pay GST? The guideline is based on actual usage of the property like design and features. Same goes for vacant land. Residential land is exempted from GST. If SOHO is under HDA (Housing Developer Act) then it is obviously under residential usage and therefore is exempted from GST. What if is commercial usage house along Jalan Maarof? Their usage is commercial, so need to pay GST. Unless you are staying in one of the houses there and used it as residential purposes.
In the case of non residential land , individual is treated as business and therefore must be register for GST , if he has at any one time in his ownership;
- More than two commercial properties and who sells one and the value of the sale plus all other business income is more than the threshold
- More than one acre of commercial land and who sell one and the value of the sale plus all other business income in more than the threshold
- A singular and non cumulative commercial property of land that is worth more than RM 2 million.
Can a purchaser choose not to pay GST to the vendor? Purchaser can easily check whether the vendor is registered under the GST from www.gst.customs.gov.my. Purchaser has the right to purchase the commercial properties from a non registered vendor.
In Malaysia, carrying business can be through business vehicles of sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership or even private limited companies (Sdn Bhd). Each of these business vehicles are termed as a separate GST entity and must be registered with the RMC individually.
Sole proprietorship is under personal name, we have to add all business income all together and if exceeded Rm500,000, have to pay GST. IT is also can be voluntary registration but after registered shall remain for a period of at least 2 years. In the case of non residential land individual is treated as
Will Vendor/Landlord be charged GST for sale/rent of Commercial Property ?
- Vendor/Landlord must be a GST registered person (Taxable Person)
- In the course of furtherance of business of the Vendor/Landlord
- Property is located in Malaysia
- A person is liable to registered if his total taxable supply of the current month and the next 11 months exceeds Rm500,000.
- Any individual owning commercial property at any one time:-
- Make a supply of two commercial properties or commercial land not exceeding 1 acre would be treated as not carrying out business even if the sale is more than RM500,000 in a 12 months period;
- Would also be treated as not carrying out business if there is no intention of making a supply;
- Make a supply of rental services on such property is liable to be registered when the turnover for such supply exceeded the threshold amount of Rm500,000.
- GST is chargeable for commercial use rented property if the rental services on commercial property are liable to be registered when the turnover exceeded the threshold of RM500,000.
- Residential Used Property
- Agricultural Property
- General Use eg burial ground, playground, religious property
- No GST for rental derived from residential properties
Supply of Goods in Property Transaction
Definition as per Clause 2(1) of first schedule of GST Act:- Any transfer of The whole right of ownership of land; Land under an agreement for the sale of such land. Land under agreement which expressly stipulated that the ownership of such land will pass at some time in the future (subject to state consent) ; any interest under Deed of Assignment; or any strata title; is a supply of goods.
In the case of land, any individual is supplying commercial property for any license to occupy, rights to use, lease, rent or easement and annual turnover for such supply is more than the prescribe threshold in the 12 months period is treated as carrying out a business.