At a joint press conference by Rehda and Rehda Institute on Thursday (Dec 16) titled "Current issues facing the marketing and sales of properties in Malaysia", he said: "In 2022, we still wouldn't be back to that level. So, given that the economic scenario is challenging, one of our major requests is to extend the Home Ownership Campaign (HOC), so that economic growth can continue and the sector can be supported in the coming year.
According to Sime Darby Property group managing director Datuk Azmir Merican in a statement on Dec 10, the response to the company's industrial products launched this year has been encouraging.
M Astra, which means "star" in Latin, will have three-bedroom and four-bedroom units, with indicative built-ups ranging from 850 sq ft to 1,044 sq ft. Prices start from RM399,000. The project sits on a five-acre land, which is envisioned to feature retail lots and drive-thru food-and-beverage outlets. Its architectural design incorporates the idea of courtyards to create a garden city living concept.
According to a statement on Tuesday (Dec 7), the development is located on a 95.16-acre freehold land near Gunung Lambak. It is a freehold masterplan residential development featuring six phases comprising 545 homes with a gross development value (GDV) of RM336 million.
According to a statement on Dec 7, the estimated gross development value (GDV) for Rafflesia 2 is RM37 million. The residential development consists of three layout types, with built-up sizes starting from 1,615 sq ft. The starting price is from RM411,300 per unit.
“Our primary aim remains to deliver unparalleled value and a variety of branded sports gear but now in a fresh, easy-to-shop format across our various sports and lifestyle zones, [which] include informative LED screens at both the entrance and in-store to highlight latest promotions, trends and activities,” Gibbons added.
The 100% take-up rates for both developments mark Sime Darby’s third and fourth consecutive booked-out new launches, including Elmina Green Five in City of Elmina and Trilia in Bukit Jelutong.