| James Kon |
MEMBERS of the public can now own a piece of the Expressionz Professional Suites, the latest property located at the heart of the central business district of the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur following the start of a two-day exclusive phase launch yesterday.
The event is being held at the Conference Room of The Empire Hotel & Country Club.
This latest property from KL being marketed in Brunei Darussalam came from EXSIM Development Sdn Bhd from Malaysia who is working with the local Real Estate Company Tchung Sdn Bhd.
John Lee, Deputy Head of Planning and Development from EXSIM, explained some of the reasons for investing a property in Malaysia, saying, “Malaysia’s economy is in transformation and the Central Business District is really booming. Our property is in the new financial hub of Malaysia which is just four minutes drive to KLCC and six minutes drive to Bukit Bintang”.
He added, “It’s a good opportunity for investors to buy property in Malaysia as the value of property is expected to rise in the future.
“The current trend in Malaysia for property is that it will rise about 10 to 15 per cent from launching to the completion of the project.”
With price ranging from B$400,000 to B$800,000, Expressionz Professional Suites offers the option of one bedroom or two bedrooms properties and also two bedrooms dual-key units.
As for the provision of security in these properties, there are CCTVs located at strategic positions as well as 24-hour security.
Other facilities available at the Expressionz Professional Suites are courtyard garden, swimming pool, sculpture water pool, eco kitchen, sky lounge, sky gymnasium, sky viewing deck and many more.
The Expressionz Professional Suites is designed based on a modern unique concept with fully furnished interiors.
EXSIM has its own corporate sales and leasing team to offer their quality services to assist buyers to look for tenants or even to resell the property. Currently 70 per cent of Expressionz Professional Suites have already been sold.
Those interested can visit the exhibition from 10am to 6pm today.