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Part 1 What You Should Know About Living in a Strata Landed Property in Malaysia

Strata non-landed property owners have their own set of rights but if you live in a strata landed property, they aren’t the same. Some of these differences include responsibilities pertaining to property maintenance and fire insurance.

In Malaysia, many are familiar with non-landed strata properties or what's often called high-rises such as condominiums and apartments, but not as much when it comes to strata landed properties


Even though these are both strata properties, strata landed properties aren’t the same as their counterparts.


What Is A Strata Landed Property?


strata title is a form of ownership, usually meant for multi-level apartment blocks, and horizontal subdivisions with shared areas and facilities.


strata scheme is thus defined as a property development that divides buildings or land into parcels and common property under a management system.


A strata landed property is basically a landed house, but with condo-style facilities such as a swimming pool and gym.


These developments may consist of bungalows, terrace, or semi-detached houses, ranging from 2- to 3-storeys in height.


What Should I Know As A Strata Landed Property Owner?


In Malaysia, many are familiar with non-landed strata properties or what's often called high-rises such as condominiums and apartments, but not as much when it comes to strata landed properties


Even though these are both strata properties, strata landed properties aren’t the same as their counterparts.


What Is A Strata Landed Property?


strata title is a form of ownership, usually meant for multi-level apartment blocks, and horizontal subdivisions with shared areas and facilities.


strata scheme is thus defined as a property development that divides buildings or land into parcels and common property under a management system.


A strata landed property is basically a landed house, but with condo-style facilities such as a swimming pool and gym.


These developments may consist of bungalows, terrace, or semi-detached houses, ranging from 2- to 3-storeys in height.


Continue reading Part 2 of this article here. 


 


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