KUALA LUMPUR (July 7): Property developer Hua Yang Bhd has launched the first phase of its Seri Andaman homes under the government’s MyHome Scheme that was announced in Budget 2014.

In a statement today, Hua Yang said interested buyers must fulfil certain criteria set by the Ministry of Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government to receive the RM30,000 subsidy for the homes.

It said Seri Andaman was located within the Bandar Universiti Seri Iskandar (BUSI), which is the Group’s premier 777-acre township in Perak.

Hua Yang said the first phase of Seri Andaman consists of 186 units of 22' x 65' single storey terrace homes, with a built-up area of 850 sq.ft. (square feet) and above.

It said each unit comes with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, which are ideal for small families.

The price per unit of these leasehold units range from RM180,000 to RM200,000.

The property developer said that from the 186 units, 56 units were Bumiputera lots, while 130 units are non-Bumiputera lots.

It said there was also an additional 5% discount for Bumiputera lots.

Hua Yang's assistant manager Tony Ng said the Seri Andaman homes were built with the same commitment towards quality, innovation and value creation that are embraced by Hua Yang.

“In addition, with the numerous amenities and facilities located close to where they live, these homes also offer its occupants the convenience and comfort of a contemporary urban lifestyle.”

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