CHANGING strategy midway can be a gamble, but for Gamuda Land, its maiden Australian venture – 661 Chapel St in Melbourne – has paid off handsomely. To date, the project has already achieved a 70% take-up rate.
KAJANG (Dec 19): Some 85% of Gamuda Land’s latest launch of two-storey Hana Gardens terraced houses in Jade Hills, Kajang were sold in a soft launch over a weekend.
Jade Hills is a luxury gated-and-guarded residential development in Kajang.
“Despite the soft market, more than 85% of the 32 units priced around RM1.2 million each were taken up in one weekend, demonstrating home owners’ confidence in Gamuda Land’s track record in creating uniquely designed houses which meet their needs,” said Gamuda Land chief operating officer Ngan Chee Meng in a press statement today.
He believes buyers have seen the value of the properties at Hana Gardens which is a low-density project with only six units per acre. “Each house is designed to look like a luxurious semi-detached unit. In fact, there is already a waiting list for the next phase which will be launched in 2017,” he said.
Ngan added that most of the buyers are growing families looking to upgrade their homes as well as working professionals living in Cheras, Kajang, Bangi, Serdang and Semenyih.
“Our buyers including those of Hana Gardens are well-aware that we are committed to delivering value-sustainable developments. In each of our developments, we place great emphasis on comprehensive master planning underpinned by a good location and well-crafted environment that balances natural surroundings with extensive facilities. All these ensure residents enjoy an enhanced quality of life and home value appreciation over time,” Ngan said.
Set in 258 acres of hillside land, Jade Hills offers a resort club, health and recreational facilities, entertainment centres, public and international schools and amenities, as well as excellent connectivity via six major highways.
Source: The Edge Property
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