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Published: Monday June 2, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Monday June 2, 2014 MYT 9:21:24 AM

Fair attracts serious house hunters

SHAH ALAM: The StarProperty Fair 2014 has attracted a focused and driven group of potential house hunters.

Thousands turned up at the three-day event at the Setia City Convention Centre that ended yesterday.

Many young couples and families looking for a home of their own grabbed the chance to look for property over the weekend.

The fair also marked the first time Star Property.my had its event outside of Kuala Lumpur and Penang.

StarProperty.my marketing head Janice Yeap said the move to bring the fair to Setia Alam was to bring it nearer to The Star readers in the vicinity of Klang and Shah Alam.

“The fair has always been held at KLCC since its inception in 2009. This time, we wanted to focus on this side of the Klang Valley and cater to our readers who are potential buyers from this area,” she said, adding that StarProperty.my was always on the lookout for new venues.

Yeap said this time, visitors at the fair were mostly serious house hunters.

“Many were interested and made serious enquiries compared to onlookers who simply walked into the fair to have a look-see. I believe we managed to draw the right crowd for the exhibitors,” she said.

Yeap said quite a number of transactions took place while many signed up with developers to register their interest in new property launches.

A total of 28 exhibitors opened booths at the fair.

Visitors who registered at the fair are in the running to win 50 units of Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite as part of a lucky draw contest in partnership with CIMB Property Mart.

The winners are expected to be announced next week.

For more information visit fair.starproperty.my.

The Star Property Fair will make its next stop in Penang in July.


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