“Residential Property, Still the Most Sustainable Investment” – Edward Chin
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In conjunction with the Chinese New Year festivity, Hap Seng Land hosted an OC Party at their Kingfisher Inanam property on 1 Feb 2020 to celebrate the issuance of Occupancy Certificate for Block A. Over 200 happy buyers and guests showed up for the occasion.
During the event, General Manager Mr Edward Chin mentioned that residential property, amongst other categories, is still the most sustainable form of investment. Given its lower price per square foot, there is much more room for capital appreciation in the long run.
Besides this, home is a primary need for mankind, as such the demand for residential property will only continue to grow.
Resort facilities, but NO Airbnb!
Kingfisher Inanam is one of the first condominium development in Kota Kinabalu to offer a 2 acres sky recreational facilities, at an affordable price. There are club house for event purpose, a children wading pool, timber pool deck, children playgrounds, full sized basketball court, outdoor badminton court, lawn laid with natural grass, 40m infinity pool, 4 built in jaccuzi, 2,000 sqft gym, fitness studio and a yoga deck. Some even say that their facilities are better than many 5 star hotels in town!
To ensure the quality of living and value of property, the developer reiterated that Kingfisher Inanam will not allow Airbnb operation. Hap Seng envisions the place to be an environment where families are raised with quality values. The security in place ensures that children can wander around freely and safely.
Subsidy, rebate and more rebates
Hap Seng is offering an exclusive sales promotion package from 1 January to 30 June 2020:
- Sales rebate of up to 10%
- Free legal fee and disbursement fee for Sales & Purchase Agreement and loan documentation
- Additional sales rebate of RM10,000
- MyHome scheme subsidy worth of RM30,000 for first time homebuyer.
You can enquire or learn more about Kingfisher Inanam here: https://bit.ly/31gKRzq