The main FACTORS objective of this study was to investigate the relationship between the number of different items and household purchasing behavior during the COVID-19 epidemic in Malaysia. This paper will use several methodological studies to assess the growth of property trends related to the culture of residential profits, costs, and finances, location, and property economy. A total of 180 question groups will be assigned to participants each year over the age of 21, and the results of the answers will be obtained using SPSS to collect data for this study. The study will identify factors that influence the behavior of home buyers and their participation in the construction of houses with teachers.
The expansion of the real estate industry has benefited Malaysia as a developing country. The Malaysian government believes that everyone needs a FACTORS home for the needs and share of the urban economy. There has been an increase in quality in the commodity market over the years. However, thanks to Covid-19, FACTORS housing prices have begun to fall and buyers are unable to pay for housing these days because many of them have lost their jobs. The supply and demand for rental housing will affect the economy. When there is a high demand and a low supply, commodity prices will go up, on the contrary (Rom, 2020). In addition, Khoo and Chung (2020) have noted that housing costs in Malaysia are still high, which is free of charge for the younger generation. In the first quarter of 2020, a sudden outbreak of Covid-19 disease continued to cause severe instability and created real estate problems. The locking of goods in Malaysia has led to a sharp decline in the number of buyers and sellers as well as a decrease in inventory. As a result of the negative impact of the disease on the economy, consumer behavior has changed dramatically. As seen in the first half of 2020, fewer housing projects and lower rents were seen in Kuala Lumpur. On the other hand, there are also buyers waiting for the right rental property to invest in (B, 2020).