Welcome To REHDA Institute

REHDA Institute is the training and research arm of the Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association Malaysia (REHDA). It was established in 2001 to address the research and educational needs of the housing and property industry.....

About REHDA Institute

Originally spearheaded and supported by REHDA Malaysia, REHDA Institute is a not for profit charitable foundation ….

History & Background

The Housing Developers’ Association (HDA) Foundation was the brainchild of four distinguished founding members in 1992 …

Board of Trustees

The affairs of REHDA Institute are governed by an independent Board of Trustees led by REHDA Institute Chairman.

Upcoming Events

REAL ESTATE DATA ANALYTICS CONFERENCE: Why The Real Estate Industry Needs To Wake Up To Big Data | 25 May 2021 @ Wisma REHDA
Property Developers Sales Summit 2021 | 8 June 2021 @ New World Hotel Petaling Jaya

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  • Better quarters ahead for SKP Resources August 3, 2021
    KUALA LUMPUR: SKP Resources Bhd's growth prospects remain promising as the electronic manufacturing services (EMS) industry stays resilient due to steady global demand and the cost past-through mechanism. Read full story
  • GLOBAL ECONOMY-Resilient factories battling with delays, rising costs August 2, 2021
    LONDON/TOKYO: Factories across the world are suffering from supply bottlenecks which sent prices skyrocketing in July, while a new wave of coronavirus infections in Asia demonstrated the fragile nature of the global recovery. Read full story
  • Singapore's Wilmar International targets US$605 mln Indian IPO for Adani Wilmar August 2, 2021
    Singaporean agribusiness Wilmar International said on Monday it was pursuing a listing of its joint venture Adani Wilmar in India through an initial public offering worth up to 45,000 million Indian rupees (US$605.19 million). Read full story
  • Oil falls over 3% on concerns over demand and OPEC supply boost August 2, 2021
    NEW YORK: Oil prices fell more than 3% on Monday after weak economic data from China and the United States, the world's top oil consumers, and higher crude output from OPEC producers stoked fears of weakness in oil demand and oversupply. Read full story
  • US manufacturing growth cooling; bottlenecks starting to abate August 2, 2021
    WASHINGTON: U.S. manufacturing activity grew at a slower pace in July for the second straight month as raw material shortages persisted, though there are signs of some easing in supply-chain bottlenecks. Read full story


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  • Legal bids mean UK deportation flight to Zimbabwe takes off just one-third full
    Multiple challenges, as well as Covid self-isolation, result in only 14 of people being on board, it is believedA controversial Home Office deportation charter flight to Zimbabwe took off at about 10.30pm on Wednesday evening with only around one-third of the passengers on board that officials had hoped to remove.It is the first mass deportation […]
  • ‘Contraception divides opinion’: tackling taboos in Zimbabwe as teen pregnancies soar
    With Covid lockdowns blamed for rising rates, MPs and teachers say it’s time to ‘face reality’ and allow younger teens access to birth controlMalet*, 14, stands in the long queue at the maternity clinic in Harare. She is here for her routine checkup. Most of the people in the queue are teenage girls.Malet fell pregnant […]
  • Anna Kasese obituary
    My mother, Anna Kasese, who has died aged 47 from complications following routine surgery, dedicated her life to serving others, as a mental health nurse and as a parent to four sons.Anna was born in Salisbury, Rhodesia (now Harare, Zimbabwe). The first of the four children of Bella (nee Maxwell) and Michael Kasese, both ministers […]
  • UK Home Office’s mass deportation flight plan criticised as ‘grubby’
    Plans for chartered plane to Zimbabwe risks delivering activists to political persecution, say campaignersPlans for the UK Home Office’s first mass deportation flight to Zimbabwe have been criticised as “a grubby operation” that risks “delivering democracy activists to political persecution”.For decades, the Zimabwe government has not accepted people being forcibly returned from the UK, meaning […]
  • ‘We cannot vote or get jobs’: plight of 300,000 Zimbabweans without documents
    Amnesty is calling for action to help those with no papers who are denied access to education, employment and healthcareAt 45, Philimon Mashava has never had a bank account or a phone in his name.He has never had a birth certificate and, without documents, Mashava’s stateless existence has meant him missing out on school and […]


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