PETALING JAYA (June 3): UEM Sunrise Bhd has partnered with Affin Bank in the “Home Step Fast/i” campaign to offer financing solutions to homebuyers.

The Home Step Fast/i campaign is specially tailored for fresh graduates, young homebuyers and property investors. The programme allows purchasers to pay low monthly repayments for the first five years upon completion of the project without a lock-in period and no early settlement fee for buyers. Purchasers can also convert the loan into a savings scheme for those who need access to emergency funds.

“We understand that it can be daunting, especially for first-time housebuyers. Not only do they have to be faced with choosing the right development that can cater to their needs, there are also a plethora of options for end-financing,” said UEM Sunrise’s CEO Sufian Abdullah in a media statement on Thursday (June 2).

He added that RM300 million has been allocated to the programme to help UEM Sunrise’s customers realise their dream of home ownership.

This campaign covers many of UEM Sunrise’s exciting and high-quality projects including the multi-generational freehold gated and guarded communities in the Southern region such as Aspira ParkHomes, Aspira Gardens, Aspira LakeHomes and Estuari Gardens, as well as the guarded neighbourhood of Senadi Hills in the burgeoning and new township of Iskandar Puteri.

In the Klang Valley, participating projects include KAIA Heights in Equine Park, Seri Kembangan; Residensi AVA in UEM Sunrise’s flagship development of Kiara Bay, Kepong; Residensi Solaris Parq and Residensi Astrea in Mont’Kiara; and Verdi Eco-dominiums in Cyberjaya.

“With our Affin Bank tie-up for this campaign, we hope that our attainably-priced products are made even more accessible, especially for young housebuyers looking to set up their first homes built by a reputable property developer with a strong track record such as UEM Sunrise,” said Sufian.

Edited by Racheal Lee

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