Why is Johor property a good investment?

First of all, it is close to Singapore. Connected to Singapore via the Maasin Long Beach and the Second Corridor, it is an opportunity to live in a larger home at a fraction of the price you would pay in Singapore. This is attractive because it is located within a short distance, but still has free access to Singapore.

In addition, there is good accessibility. Johor Bahru is only a short drive from Singapore and has an international airport at Sinai. The airport has direct flights to Incheon, Haikou, Guangzhou, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, Surabaya, Jakarta and several cities in Malaysia.
And with its vast land mass and proximity to Singapore, Johor is an attractive real estate option. We talked to Knight Frank about the most exclusive and expensive parts of Malaysia’s vibrant southernmost state
Johor is popular with locals and expats alike, especially before the COVID-19 pandemic, when Johor did a great job of attracting high-end homebuyers with record brokerage deals. As Malaysia and Singapore begin to open up again, investors in Johor will grow and drive the local economy.