Aset Kaya­mas to un­veil 2 more projects

New Straits Times - - Business -

KUALA LUMPUR: Aset Kaya­mas Sdn Bhd will un­veil two more af­ford­able hous­ing projects this year.

Founder and man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Tan Sri Chai Kin Kong said this was in line with the com­pany’s fo­cus of of­fer­ing more af­ford­able hous­ing projects.

“We are look­ing at two new devel­op­ments in Kuchai Lama and Ke­pong, but have yet to de­cide which would be launched first,” said Chai.

Aset Kaya­mas projects are com­pet­i­tively priced and strate­gi­cally lo­cated in the Klang Val­ley, said Chai, ex­plain­ing why the units are sell­ing out fast.

“Most of our buy­ers are new home own­ers who have never owned any prop­er­ties. Their pri­mary de­ter­rence to pur­chase a house are high mar­ket rates.

“We are glad that with us, they can fi­nally af­ford a prop­erty of their own,” he said at the sales launch for The Holmes 2, Ban­dar Tun Razak, late last week.

Most re­cently, all 479 units of The Ham­stead con­do­minium project in Desa Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur, were snapped-up in three hours dur­ing its launch on April 8 while the launch of The Hamil­ton con­do­minium in Wangsa Maju, Se­ta­pak, in Jan­uary had seen all 435 units sold out in less than four hours.

“Many buy­ers did not man­age to se­cure a unit in The Ham­stead.

“We in­vited the buy­ers to buy units of The Holmes 2, Ban­dar Tun Razak, in­stead, of­fer­ing them a price that was able to match the price of The Ham­stead.

“The price of The Holmes 2 was slightly higher than The Ham­stead but we tried to match the prices to help buy­ers ful­fill their wish to own a house,” he said.

Aset Kaya­mas group ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor Michael Chai said it is the com­pany’s vi­sion to be a bench­mark in the prop­erty in­dus­try, not in terms of price point but value for money. Soo Wern Jun


Aset Kaya­mas founder, man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Tan Sri Chai Kin Kong (right) and group ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor Michael Chai at the sales launch of The Holmes 2 last week.

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