Property Hunter Real Estate Awards act as a hallmark of achievement as well as the utmost recognition for players in the real estate industry. Only deserving developments or personalities with respectable achievement are bestowed with such honor.
Qualified nominees will go through critical scrutiny by a panel of judges, after which the voting process is carried out in the form of secret balloting. The votes are all collected and verified by an independent auditor Baker Tilly CKF.
The inaugural Property Hunter Real Estate Awards Gala Dinner will be held on 1 November 2019 at Kota Kinabalu Marriot Hotel, a prestigious 5-star waterfront establishment commanding one of the most dramatic sunset view in the world.
Property Hunter Real Estate Awards is a collective effort of the industry initiated by Property Hunter. Established in 2012, Property Hunter is the most established property media network in East Malaysia. Its media platforms consist of a web portal, mobile app, publication and a series of exhibitions that covers 6 cities in East Malaysia.
Property Hunter attained an MSC Status (Multimedia Super Corridor) in 2017 for its ongoing effort in digitizing the property search process.
The Property Hunter Real Estate Awards trophy is designed by our Chief Designer Mr Stephenson Foo, combining inspiration drawn from the natural habitat of our tropical rainforest as well as urban building architecture.
Its cylindrical form is made to signify a towering victory, a celebration we share with all the deserving winners. Each trophy is made entirely out of Seraya wood and handcrafted by local artisan fabrication house - Artistry Fab Lab.
Unlike some awards which participants can pay to enter or even pay to win, Property Hunter Real Estate Awards is free to enter, and the winners are selected by a panel of judges. As such, it gives the awards high credibility for being fair and transparent.
By participating in the awards, you stand a chance to emerge as a nominee or ultimately a winner, with the following benefits attached to it: