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The price of properties that falls in the 25th, Median (50th) and 75th positions based on 8,073 Transactions available between 2012 and 2017.
25% of properties are below this price and 75% are above. Also known as 25th percentile or Lower Quartile.
The middle point price of total properties sold, in which 50% of properties are below this price and 50% are above.
75% of prices are below this price and 25% are above. Also known as 75th percentile or Upper Quartile.
104 Projects/Townships (8,073 Transactions)
Rent and Sale Prices in Rawang
|Bedrooms||Sale Price||Monthly Rent||Rental Yield|
Price per Square Foot in Rawang
|Sector||Price per ft2 (Non Landed)||Price per ft2 (Landed)|
Highest Price Growth
|Pangsapuri Taman Bukit Rawang Putra||0.19%|
Lowest Price Growth
|Taman Setia Rawang||-0.07%|
Rawang is a town situated in the Gombak district of Selangor. It was founded in early 19th century as tin mines were opened and explored. The Battle of Rawang which took place in 1871, as a part of the Selangor Civil War, led to the unofficial demarcation of Rawang as the boundary of Tengku Kudin’s dominance in northern Klang Valley, when his troops repelled his opponent Syed Mashor’s troops towards Serendah and Kuala Kubu Bharu. The installation of the first electric generator in Rawang (1894) for tin mining, hallmarks the entry and first ever usage of electricity in Malaysia and subsequently Rawang became the first town to have electric street lights and electricity supplied railway station which enabled a growth spurt for Rawang.
Over the years the economic output of Rawang expanded as rubber estates were established, the first cement factory was opened, oil palm plantations were established and industrial areas were set up. With the increase in job availability, there was an influx of foreign workers and a rapid growth in population that was diversely multi-racial.
Amenities and Facilities
The multi-racial community is served by multiple SRA, SMK, SK, SJK (C), SJK (T) and International schools located close to each other. The various places of worship are Masjid Jamek Nurul Iman Rawang for Malays, Sze Yeah Kong Chinese Temple founded by Hakka immigrants, Sri Veerakathy Vinayagar Temple for Hindus, Gurdwara Sahib Rawang for Sikhs and the St. Jude’s Church for the Catholics.
Other amenities and facilities include Tesco, Parkson, AEON, Giant, landscaped recreational parks, police station, gas stations, hardware stores, auto repair shops, banks, clinics, suraus, mosques, churches, post office, night markets, Tasik Puteri Golf & Country Club, Bukit Beruntung Golf & Country Club, Ganesan Medical Centre and Mani Dental Surgery. On the South eastern edge of Rawang is the Hutan Lipur Bukit Lagong Park, Templer Park Golf & Country Club and Commonwealth Forest Park and Resort which are hot spots for jungle trekking and camping activities.
Within Rawang are many residential neighborhoods, new and old. The older neighborhoods include Bandar Country Homes, Taman Rawang Putra, Taman Rawang Perdana, Taman Bukit Rawang, Taman Pelangi, Taman Tun Teja, Taman Bersatu, New Green Park, Kuala Garing, Taman Garing, Taman Sri Rawang, Kampung Dato Lee Kim Sai, Kampung Sungai Terentang and Kampung Kenanga. More recent developments include Emerald East, Emerald West, Bandar Tasik Puteri, LakeClub Parkhome and M Residences.
Accessibility and Transportation
It is easily accessible via North-South Expressway (Exit 116), Guthrie Corridor Expressway (Exit 115), Kuala Lumpur-Kuala Selangor Expressway (Exit 115) and B27 road from Batang Berjuntai. For access via public transport, a KTM Komuter station along the Seremban Line is present in Rawang.
Note: Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact [email protected] All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.