DEVELOPER Team Keris Berhad (TKB) will be launching its “Inisiatif Hartanah Bumiputera” programme this weekend that will showcase interesting property packages and discounts for the bumiputra market.
TKB’s corporate communication vice-president Anuar Abu Hassan said with the success of the group’s Bumiputra Property Expo in February, the initiative programme was being launched next.
He said during the year-long programme, bumiputras can get their free “passport” to a multitude of attractive and dynamic promotions on all of the group’s properties.
Anuar said in the “passport” the potential bumiputra buyers can choose from a total of 28 different projects consisting of residential, commercial, high-rise, landed and industrial properties.
He said holders are able to enjoy discounts of up to 15% on selected properties, enjoy good rental returns, down payment as low as RM100 to sign the sales and purchase agreement (SPA), and waiver on legal fees during the launch period.
“Not only that, we are even offering special wedding promotions for newlywed bumiputra couples who purchase property at the Treetops Residency.
“This newly weds will get to enjoy a four-day-three-nights honeymoon package to Medan in Indonesia inclusive of air tickets, hotel accommodation, and a tour to the scenic Lake Toba.
“There are a wide range of properties in multiple prime locations to choose from, with easy to own homes as low as RM35,000,” he told reporters at the Ipoh South Precinct Show Village on Tuesday.
The two-day programme this weekend will be held at the show village itself from 9am to 7pm.
Anuar said potential buyers could either register for their “passports” at the site, or any of the locations of the other property development.
The promotion for the great offers and deals, he said is valid from April 25 this year until April 24 next year.
“To celebrate the launch of the special programme during the two-day event, light food will be provided as well.
“So be sure to be present at the event to get information on ways to enjoy exciting and dynamic property discounts,” he added.