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Johor properties see lower selling prices

THE Johor market has been quiet in the past year. Both property prices and rent have seen minimal movements, and there have not been many new launches. KGV International Property Consultants (Johor) Sdn Bhd executive director Samuel Tan expects the situation to remain the same for at least the next two years, with some bright spots in between.

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Kundang Estates to be launched next month

Gamuda Land Sdn Bhd, the property arm of construction group Gamuda Bhd, is known for its successful township developments such as Kota Kemuning, Bandar Botanic, Valencia and Jade Hills in the Klang Valley as well as Horizon Hills in Johor. Kota Kemuning, Bandar Botanic and Valencia, with a total area of more than 3,000 acres, have been fully developed.

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OCR Land to launch The Pano by 3Q

OCR Land Holdings Sdn Bhd, formerly Ong Chong Realty Sdn Bhd, has been a low-key developer since its establishment almost 27 years ago. It hardly made news until it emerged in 2014 as a substantial shareholder in the then loss-making Takaso Resources Bhd — public-listed manufacturer and exporter of rubber and baby products.

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TSA Land ready to launch maiden project

Kuala Lumpur’s Melawati area has been a property hot spot for the last decade, with prices soaring and new developments from major developers such as Sime Darby Property Bhd, Sunway Bhd and Nadayu Properties Bhd.

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Nadayu offers commercial component in Melawati

Nadayu Properties Bhd’s latest offering in Taman Nadayu — the mixed-use development Nadayu63 — is seen as a catalyst for the township, with the commercial component set to bring dynamic lifestyle and retail activities to residents.

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Building a township around Xiamen University Malaysia

For Sunsuria Bhd, developing the freehold, 525-acre Sunsuria City in Salak Tinggi has been a journey of faith. The core of the township, which has a gross development value (GDV) of RM10 billion, is the 150-acre Xiamen University Malaysia, China’s first overseas campus. The rest of the township will grow around the university.

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