VPEX is back with great deals!

Malaysia’s first Virtual Property Expo (VPEX) is back with exciting offerings from reputable developers. Organised by, VPEX 2019 will run from July 19 to Aug 9, 2019.

A total of 10 established developers are participating in this year’s VPEX and will be showcasing 18 handpicked projects in various locations, of various price ranges and built-ups. Those looking for their dream homes should grab this opportunity as many developers are offering attractive packages and freebies during this period including incentives under the National Home Ownership campaign, rebates, free legal fees, easy homeownership packages and free electrical goods vouchers. It is definitely a good time to buy.

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VPEX 2019 participating developers are Berjaya Land Bhd, I&P Group Sdn Bhd, Matrix Concepts Holdings Bhd, Paramount Property, Platinum Victory Holdings Sdn Bhd, Rawang Lakes Sdn Bhd, Sime Darby Property, S P Setia Bhd, Tropicana Corp Bhd and Villamas Group.

Participating projects are located in prime and emerging areas in the Klang Valley, offer easy access to highways and are close to amenities.

Among these projects are Rawang Lakes’ Acacia Park at Bandar Tasik Puteri; S P Setia’s Amantara, Peranakan Straits and The Grove at Setia Eco Templer in Rawang; Sime Darby’s Reesia at Elmina Gardens in Shah Alam; Paramount’s Berkeley Uptown in Klang and Greenwoods at Salak Perdana in Sepang; Villamas’ meta_residence in Seri Kembangan; Berjaya Land’s The Tropika at Bukit Jalil; Platinum Victory’s PV9 Residence at Taman Melati and Platinum Arena at Old Klang Road in Kuala Lumpur; Tropicana’s Tropicana Aman in Kota Kemuning, Tropicana Heights in Kajang, Tropicana Metropark in Subang Jaya and Tropicana Gardens in Kota Damansara, Petaling Jaya as well as I&P’s Althea at Alam Impian and Temasya 8 Business Suites in Shah Alam; and Matrix Concepts’ Cadena II at Ara Sendayan, targeting buyers who are looking for a property in Negeri Sembilan.

Launched in 2017 at an event officiated by the then Secretary-General of the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia Malaysia Datuk Seri Dr Sharifah Zarah Syed Ahmad, VPEX is Malaysia’s first virtual property expo serving as a platform for buyers to check out new properties and meet the developers behind them online before visiting the show galleries.

VPEX has changed the conventional way of buying/selling properties as buyers could “meet-up” with the developers online, any place and anytime, to view the property virtually and have a quick online chat with marketing representatives to learn more about the project.

VPEX also makes it convenient for people to check out numerous projects in one place especially for those who find it too troublesome to visit every sales gallery of the property projects they are interested in or do not want to deal with sales people directly.

Loan eligibility checks and prizes

For those interested in a property but unsure about whether they can afford it, VPEX 2019 offers them the opportunity to check and download their own free credit report and even get an instant loan eligibility check.

For VPEX 2019, visitors to the site who post enquiries to any participating developers on any participating project will stand a chance to win attractive prizes including home security cameras, Bosch tool sets and handheld vacuum cleaners.

Check out now. There are great deals to be had. Who knows, you might end up with your dream home!

This story first appeared in the pullout on July 19, 2019. You can access back issues here.

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