Knight Frank’s Commercial Real Estate Investment Sentiment Survey 2020 showed that 58% of respondents are looking at developing co-living accommodations.

With Kuala Lumpur becoming more expensive, co-living offers an agile lifestyle without having to worry about a mortgage. However, until a Covid-19 vaccine is developed, co-living occupancy will be impacted as social distancing is difficult when you are sharing with others including strangers and transient renters.

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