Demand for landed properties still good in Iskandar

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  • Wednesday, 22 Jun 2016

JOHOR BARU: Demand for landed residential properties is still good in Iskandar Malaysia as domestic and foreign property buyers still preferred landed properties over high-rise living.

SP Setia Bhd (Property South) divisional general manager Stanley Saw said the progress and development taking place in the country’s first economic growth corridor was the main attraction to buyers.

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