Sold for: RM800,000 (RM168.07 psf based on land size); Concluded by: Visaghan Naidu Thanagavalu (PEA 2466, 012-449 9175) of CBD Properties (Puchong) Sdn Bhd; When: December 2019
According to a notice by DBKL’s Project Implementation and Building Maintenance Department yesterday, this includes main contractors, nominated contractors, sub-contractors, construction site staff and related personnel.
“The number of illegal and unregistered real estate brokers is becoming more rampant despite strict laws governing the act of buying, selling and renting of real estate."
“Perhaps in 3Q2020, if the situation did not improve, the OPR could be revised once again to preserve the competitiveness of the economy and maintain price stability,” suggested Persatuan Perunding Hartanah Muslim Malaysia (PEHAM) president Ishak Ismail.
“We have received a large number of complaints from the public that this firm has been appointing illegal brokers to sell housing projects on behalf of property developers and perhaps, members of the public.”
Prime properties in KL cost about US$280 (RM1,172) psf, while in the next cheapest city, Cape Town, South Africa, they cost around US$310 psf. Hong Kong topped the list with a whopping US$4,610 psf.
The refurbishment works include converting the existing sports courts into bigger multipurpose sports courts with a colourful design that will attract residents to spend time outdoors, be it for sports or for community activities.
Under the joint development agreement, Ivory Interpoint Sdn Bhd (a subsidiary of Exsim) will be granted the rights to the 1.86-acre plot to develop MET 6, Naza TTDI announced in a statement following a signing ceremony between TTDI KL Metropolis Sdn Bhd (a wholly owned subsidiary of Naza TTDI) and Exsim today.