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CITING political instability and poor handling of the Covid-19 situation, many Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) applicants have cancelled their passes and returned to their own countries, agents said.The applicants were also fed-up that the programme was put on hold for more than a year following the closure of the country’s borders to curb the spread of the pandemic.The agents said foreigners who had initially signed up returned to their home countries after selling their properties as Putrajaya reviewed and refined the programme’s policies.Putrajaya announced this week that the programme will resume with the Immigration Department set to process new applications from October, but the move comes with 10 new terms and conditions for participation which the agents said were extreme.MM2H agency Starcity Global Market director Florence Ten said in the past year, many of her customers have expressed disappointment over the government’s handling of the epidemic and the political instability.
“Some foreigners are puzzled as to why Malaysia is unable now to control the epidemic which it did so well when the virus first broke out last year,” Ten said.“Some Chinese nationals have returned to China which has managed to control the epidemic at home. So they asked us to help them sell off their properties in Malaysia.”Ten said 80% of those who acquired properties lived on their own. Some of them could not return to Malaysia to manage the properties once the borders closed.She said at least 20 homeowners are now looking to sell their properties.Ten said real estate agents are now providing virtual viewing of properties due to the pandemic.Between March and April, the company held several virtual viewing sessions for at least 100 foreigners.“We need to list the cost for virtual viewings. We gave up on newspaper advertisements four months ago as foreigners were no longer interested.“We tried to do it again before April. I watched the property expo online, and it turned out that less than 10 people participated.”Ten said three customers decided not to renew their leases and returned to Hong Kong. She added their children too will not return to Malaysia to continue their studies here.The pause on the programme also prompted many Hong Kong citizens to turn to the United Kingdom for second home programmes. As a result, Malaysia has lost many potential customers.The MM2H programme was established in 2002, with 1,087 Hong Kong citizens obtaining residence visas in MAlaysia. Almost half of them were issued in 2017 and 2018, which reflected the positive impression Hong Kong citizens had of Malaysia.The Malaysian Insight has reached out to the Home Ministry for cancellation figures.