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From August 2019, Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) will allow B40 singles to start applying for its "micro home" rental.
DBKL announces that plans to increase assessment rates on property in the Klang Valley have been put on hold.
Owning property in Kuala Lumpur is now going to cost you much more than before as City Hall confirms the increase in assessment fees despite protests.
Get out your moldy cheese and rat traps, DBKL is starting a new kind of rat race where you can earn an extra buck. Literally.