Karnival Rumah Malaysia Closes Show in Sandakan, 4-5 Aug
The appetite for local investment remains strong with the people of Tawau. Last weekend, Property Hunter and its team introduced its Karnival Rumah Malaysia (KRM) roadshow in Tawau, bringing in a handful of notable investments.
KRM has reached its final destination â€“ Sandakan â€“ for its roadshow this year. The property carnival will be held at Yu Yuan Secondary School on 4 and 5 August.
The event, organized by East Malaysia's leading property portal, Property Hunter, is aimed at first home buyers, small and growing families, middle to low income groups, and investors looking for an affordable range of properties. Despite the current subdued market, KRM is designed to create public awareness on the latest affordable properties in the local market.
According to the director of Maxx Media, Mr. Elson Kho, although the property market condition is still generally weak due to various sentiments affecting the business since last year, people are advised to take advantage as property is always a secure investment in the long run.
Kho also revealed that Hap Seng Land (Kingfisher Inanam and Kingfisher Sandakan), Mah Sing (M Vertica), Titijaya Land (The Shore), Landmark Property (Puncak Gloxinia), Gamuda Land (Bukit Bantayan), and Bright Eclipse Sdn Bhd (The Aru) are amongst the developers that will be at KRM, showcasing projects from as low as RM90,000 onwards. LaurelCap and Twins Realty will be promoting Greenfield Residences and Uni Suite respectively.
"Take the opportunity to attend the event, whether you are looking for your first home or for future investment" he added.
Highlights of the event include a Spin and Win, Treasure Hunt, unlimited fun on the Bouncy Castle and Kids' Colouring Sessions.
KRM will be held in Yu Yuan Secondary School on 4 and 5 August. The two-day event will be open to public from 11am to 9pm. The admission to the event is free, however, visitors are encouraged to pre-register their interest at the Property Hunter website to avoid the long registration queues.