LOYAL Andaman Group property buyers were given a unique opportunity to understand the world of investments thanks to a reward programme by the developer.
Over 170 tickets for the coming Property Investment Convention and Exhibition 2015 were given to its clients.
The attendees of the event will have the opportunity to learn about new investment strategies, opportunities, solutions and trends for the year.
Andaman, one of the sponsors of the event, gave away 20 VIP tickets worth RM1,700each and 150 tickets worth RM800 each to randomly selected buyers of its properties.
Andaman group managing director Datuk Seri Vincent Tiew said the group is known to offer gifts and rewards that were different.
“Our aim is not just to reward them but we also want to educate our clients to be smart property investors.
“The exhibition will be a great place for people to listen to a few gurus at one place and gain knowledge about investments and the current trends,” he added.
The conference will take place at Intercontinental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur on Aug 8 and 9 and will feature more than 10 speakers.
The speakers include Tiew, property guru and best-selling author Milan Doshi, and Reapfield group chief executive officer and futurist Gerard Kho.
The lucky VIP ticket holders will get to enjoy the food and refreshments provided throughout the convention.
This time around, most of the buyers chosen were from Anda-man’s latest project Evo Soho Suite @ Bangi, Upper East @ Tiger Lane, Ipoh, and Taipan in Slim River.
Tiew also announced the launch of the company’s latest property – Arc @ Austin Hills in Johor Baru.
The freehold development with three blocks of 34- and 35-storey luxury apartments has a gross development value of RM600mil.
The units vary between 650sq ft and 850sq ft with two- or three- bedroom layouts and are priced at RM420psf.
“We looked at all the developers in the area, chose the lowest price from the pool and added another 20% discount as our launch price,” Tiew added.
Construction will begin in September and the project is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2019.