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EdgeProp.my Symposium poll: Majority opt for properties built for sustainable maintenance in next purchase

Close to 100% of the respondents of the EdgeProp.my Symposium agreed that their future property purchase should be those built for sustainable maintenance.

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During the EdgeProp.my Symposium on “Excellent Property Management 2021: Future-proof your investment in the new norm”, a total of 200 members of the audience were invited to participate in two live poll sessions.

In responding to the question, “When buying your next property, should you ensure that it has been/will be built for sustainable maintenance?”, 99% said “Yes, definitely!” while another 1% of the respondents answered “No”.

On another question: “How happy are you with your property manager?” the audience was invited to rate their property managers in a scale ranging between one star (unhappy) and 10 stars (happy and satisfied).

Overall, the result showed an average satisfaction rate of around seven stars.

A total of 48% of the respondents rated their property managers eight stars to 10 stars, while 23% gave six and seven stars, with 29% giving five-star and lower ratings.

This story first appeared in the EdgeProp.my E-weekly on April 16, 2021. You can access back issues here.

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