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17March 2021

First Time Home Buyers In Malaysia Are In For The Best Deals Ever. Here Is The Latest Guide To Assist You.

Table of ContentsFew Assumptions To NoteStep 1: Your BudgetStep 2: Finding Out The Real Cost Of Your New HouseStep 3: Qualifying For A LoanYou Must Read This: The Sweetest Bargain Ever For First Time Home BuyersMust-Have Deal: House Ownership Campaign (HOC) 2020-2021 Sun Tzu, [...]

12October 2020

3 Criteria You Should Know Before Getting An Apartment In Shah Alam

Shah Alam, Selangor's state capital, is a modern township surrounded at its periphery by Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya and five other major townships including Klang, Bangi, and Kajang. Situated halfway between Kuala Lumpur and Port Klang, the city is about 25 to 30 km west of the country's capital, [...]

8October 2020

Damansara Apartments Or Landed Properties? Some Pros & Cons Identified

Did you know that the word ‘Damansara’ was a result of a spelling mistake made in the 1890s? The mistake was made when a land registrar mistook the letter "r" as "n", and wrongly merged the original two-word name. The name itself has no meaning; the original name has [...]

3October 2020

Sungai Buloh’s New Property In A Growing Gated And Guarded Township

Sungai Buloh with its new properties is making a considerable comeback with the growing demand for landed properties, particularly with gated and guarded facilities. Situated about 20km away from the heart of Kuala Lumpur, there is still so much to be offered in this town for comfort and greenery [...]

28September 2020

Alam Perdana Started Just Like Damansara, Invest Now!

Damansara Perdana, the 750-acre township has been thriving alongside its neighbours Bandar Utama and Mutiara Damansara. It is highly accessible via three major highways: SPRINT Highway (Penchala Link), Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong and NKVE, which makes it a great choice for those working outside of the city centre as well as [...]

21September 2020

3 Key Factors People Invested & Stayed In Shah Alam Property

Shah Alam’s properties are a viable choice for young families, professionals and students to live, especially for those who work around Klang Valley. Shah Alam’s growing population has fuelled housing demand, which has grown by 38.5% after it gained city status in 2000. Unlike Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya [...]