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Shah Fiq

on 19 May 2015

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A house is a building that functions as a home for humans or other creatures like animals.
The social unit that lives in a house is known as a household. Most commonly, a household is a family unit of some kind, although households may also be other social groups or individuals.
Housing generally refers to the social problem of ensuring that members of society have a home in which to live, whether this is a house, or some other kind of dwelling, lodging, or shelter
Before independence
The housing provided by the government for employees only, in every department of the government to provide housing for workers in their departments (Institutional Quarters)
After independence
The Government has introduced the concept of low-cost housing (low-cost public housing), medium cost, and the cost of luxury.
Third Malaysia Plan (RMK-3) states that all people will have their own home, regardless of income. Government made a commitment to provide housing to all citizens.

Rapid urbanization in Malaysia led the government should review and reassess the situation and the lives of the urban population as a group that plays an important role in economic growth and national development.
1976 - The National Housing Department (JPN) under the Ministry of Housing and Local Government (KPKT). The objective is to ensure proper development of the housing sector, quality, and more regularly to be enjoyed by all walks of life.
JPN has taken the initiative to formulate a National Housing Policy (DRN) to ensure housing scheme in Malaysia can be implemented perfectly well able to ensure a sustainable life among Malaysians

1. Migration
Migration has led to an increasing number of people in an area
Tendency to migrate either to continue their education, employment or marriage.

2. Government Policy
The government has planned and provide some kind of home categories, namely low cost houses, boarding houses and boarding houses modest luxury.
In 1970 and 1980, many government agencies such as the (SEDC), (DARA), the Urban Development Corporation (UDA), Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA), (FELCRA), (KETENGAH), (Fund).
In May 2013, the government launched the "Affordable Housing Program". This program will be launched by the Housing Company (NHC). Affordable Homes Program will be priced as low as RM 35000 by state.

Implications and Problems of Construction
in Malaysia
3) Market demand
Developments in technology and the increase in population there has been a high demand in the housing market. This has prompted the provision of housing by the developer to meet such demand, especially in big cities like Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam, Johor Bahru and so on

i. Low Cost Housing and Medium Low Cost
ii. Medium Cost Terrace House
iii. Cluster House
iv. Detached house "Zero Lot Boundary“
v. Simple and Low Cost Apartments
vi. Medium cost apartments and high costs

Low Cost Housing and Medium Low Cost
Medium cost housing affordable by malaysian
Consists of 3 rooms and equipped 1 or 2 bathrooms
price for these houses was started by RM 50,000 and above
The house is also classified as a separate house built in rows, but they shared a wall with the house on the left or right or both.

Medium Cost Terrace House
among the most popular in Malaysia
has 3 bedrooms and 1 storeroom.
Prices for these houses is in the range of RM 200,000 and above.
Porch of his house can accommodate at least 3 cars in front of the house

Cluster House
is the type of housing that is built without a fence in a residential area.
Residential area is accompanied by the main gate as the advantages in terms of security.
Each house is also available for personal safety fence. This home watching concepts such as the construction of the house in the garden of this house comes with a variety of green plants and flowers that looked more beautiful and refreshing.
Prices for this type of home is found on average rates start from RM 1,100,000 and above

Detached house "Zero Lot Boundary"
The property has a plot of land close to the edge structure property line.
built close to the property line to create more space comprehensive.
The house is an attractive option for buyers who do not have the time or inclination to maintain a large area.
Prices for this type of housing unit is started by RM 500,000.

Simple and Low Cost Apartments
storey building containing several separate units
The basic amenities provided by the developer or management include open parking, waste disposal and lifts.
Low cost house
these houses usually do not have security guards
Houses of this type are also controlled by the government of RM2 500-income individuals who are qualified to have this house
The price for this house unit is starting from RM 42k and above.

Medium cost apartments and high costs
such as apartments, condominiums and apartments.
There is normally a busy urban areas and a lot of development such as in Kuala Lumpur.
The facilities provided by the developer or management is better than flats
Examples of the amenities available in the apartment house type is a mosque, a covered car park or not covered, recreation areas, playground, lift, security services (security guards) and surrounded by a fence.

For home condominiums, it is the kind of luxurious and exclusive property.
The facilities and services provided by the developer or management is better
Special parking spaces for each owner, swimming pool, gym, laundry, elevator, fenced area and security system services such as tighter security guards and "access card" for each owner.

Medium cost apartments and high costs
Low quality houses
abandoned house
The supply of land and materials
Rising prices of construction
Reduced water absorption area
Dust and odor

Housing Issues
Low quality houses
Tiles cracking
card access system does not functioning
Low water pressure
intrusion of outsiders

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