CONDOMINIUM units with round-the-clock security and resort-style amenities seem to be on the checklist of house buyers nowadays.
Writer Chee Kok Donq, 29, and his girlfriend Yeoh Yin Yin, 30, were looking for a high-rise property with a swimming pool and gym at StarProperty.my Fair 2017.
“It will be easier for us to unwind after a hectic day.
“Security is another concern, with house break-ins happening more in landed properties,” said Chee, adding that their preferred location is Tanjung Tokong.
Visitors gathering more information about Aman Setia Group’s Valencia project at the fair.
Self-employed Diyana Abdullah, 27, was hoping to find an apartment priced at less than RM500,000 in George Town.
She is now staying with her husband Mohd Fahmi Sehak, 31, in Shah Alam, Selangor.
“Since my work requires me to travel between the Klang Valley and Penang, having a property here with nice facilities will be ideal in case I need to stop over for a night.
“I can soak myself in the pool, or sweat it out in the gym after a day of hard work,” she said.
Accountant Gerlyn Lim, 38, said she was looking for an ‘upgrade’, preferably a condominium unit surrounded by greens and shored up with top-notch security features.
“I am staying at an apartment in Bandar Baru Ayer Itam and I want to move to a bigger space.
House hunters seeking more details about the Mont Residence project by VST Group of Companies.
“Safety and security are my primary concerns.
“A place with a nice balcony overlooking the sea or hills, or a yoga deck would be great, as I enjoy doing yoga,” she said.
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