NCT Group sees strong demand for Ion Belian Garden in Batang Kali


Homebuyers of Ion Belian Garden Precinct B recently gathered to place bookings and select their preferred units.

PETALING JAYA: NCT Group of Companies sees strong demand for its Ion Belian Garden (IBG) in Batang Kali, with 92% of Precinct B units sold out within three hours of launch.

In a statement, NCT said a session held recently saw 168 homebuyers queuing up as early as 7.30 am to place bookings and select their preferred units.

The previously launched Precincts A, D and E also received an outstanding response from homebuyers, achieving 100% take-up rates.

Comprising 186 units of single-storey terrace houses, Precinct B of IBG is slated for completion in 2026.

NCT said the units are affordably priced starting from RM350,000, featuring a land size of 20’ x 65’ and a freehold status.

"The overwhelming response, with close to 168 units booked upon the launch clearly demonstrates the high value and desirability of this development with current take up rate of 92% for Precinct B," founder and group managing director Datuk Seri Yap Ngan Choy said.

"Our resolve in transforming this landscape into a premier township echoes our unwavering commitment to excellence and sustainable development as IBG stands as the biggest green township development in Batang Kali integrated with commercial activities. The development is poised to enhance living standards in Batang Kali, and we are pleased to contribute to the development of this area.”

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NCT , of Ion Belian Garden , Yap Ngan Choy

   

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