Susan (4th from right) hands over the keys to enthusiastic owners, who have been selected to receive RM2,300 in free gifts from WSG Group.
Kota Kinabalu: Strategic location, connectivity, extensive amenities and facilities, good maintenance and value for money are among the reasons buyers are drawn to The Palm Condominium developed by WSG Group. Nur Hidayati Razali, 31, said she decided to buy a unit in Tower B because of the condo’s location near the Pan Borneo highway. “In a few years, this region will certainly prosper thanks to the Pan Borneo highway.
“There are more and more new developments and businesses in this area, and I believe Kinarut will be a populated residential area in the future,” she said. Also, Nur Hidayati said the price of The Palm Condominium was reasonable compared to the rising cost of housing in central Putatan. The SMK Putatan teacher also expressed her confidence in the craftsmanship of the WSG Group led by its General Manager Datuk Susan Wong Siew Guen, as her family currently lives in Palm Beach Villa developed by the Wong Kwok Group. Nur Hidayati was among 10 selected buyers who received free gifts from WSG Group worth RM2,300 during a key handover ceremony at the condominium. She has also benefited from a stamp duty exemption as part of the 2021 home ownership campaign as a first-time home buyer. Meanwhile, Christy Claire De Guzman was drawn to The Palm Condominium because of the convenience of having retail stores, supermarkets, recreation and entertainment venues right outside. The civil servant and mother of two said she wanted to buy a house close to her sister and mother in Kinarut and came across the condominium. “It’s a good investment because there are shops and resorts here. You don’t have to travel to Kota Kinabalu for shopping.
“The management company takes good care of the facilities here and one good thing about staying in a condominium is that I don’t have to worry about mowing the grass on my lawn,” she said, adding that being flood-free is also an important element. postman for her. Mohd Zubri Jaafar, construction manager for a consulting firm, bought a sea view unit in Tower B after staying in a rented unit in Tower A for a year. “I like staying here because it’s centralized and located not far from my place of work and the city center. “It’s only 10 minutes from the airport too. “They have everything here – restaurants, laundromats and retail stores,” he said. Mohd Zubri, originally from Kedah but who previously worked in Shah Alam, said he decided to buy a unit in Tower B as a second home when he next visits after returning to West Malaysia, or as accommodation for his friends, family or loved ones. who travel to Sabah. Alternatively, he said the unit could also be rented out cheaply if he no longer lives there. On the other hand, Fakhrul Faiz Ja’afar, an aeronautical engineer at Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA), said The Palm Condominium was reasonably priced for a condominium unit over 1,000 square feet. “It is almost impossible to find a condominium over 1,000 square feet under RM400,000 in Kota Kinabalu,” he said.
Furthermore, he said that his new house, which he will be moving into with his future wife, is located less than 20 minutes away by car. On another note, Susan said Tower B was launched in December 2019 and completed six months ahead of schedule despite the Movement Control Order (MCO). At 18 stories, she said Tower B has 136 three-bedroom, two-bathroom units with a built-up area of 1,180 square feet, as well as four penthouses. There are approximately 30 units still available at Tower B. The company is offering a 10% discount on remaining units by September 30 in conjunction with the Malaysia Day celebration. * Follow us on Instagram and join our Telegram and/or WhatsApp channels for the latest news you don’t want to miss.
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