IN A bid to ensure apartment owners are satisfied with their purchased property, SkyWorld is eager to win buyers’ confidence by having quality standards in its affordable homes series.
The newly launched SkyAwani is the first Rumah Mampu Milik Wilayah Persekutuan (Rumawip) that is compliant with the Quality Assessment System in Construction (Qlassic) standard.
SkyWorld Development Group founder and group managing director Datuk Ng Thien Phing said only a small number of homes were certified to Qlassic standards.
“There are about 7,600 developments constructed every year in Malaysia, and only about 5% of homes are certified to Qlassic standards.
“Buyers are in for a treat as they can be assured of the building aspect and quality.
“We have achieved 76% Qlassic score, approved by the Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB).
“Also, this is the first Rumawip handover with strata title,” he said during the launch and handover of keys to the buyers at SkyAwani in Jalan Sentul Pasar, Kuala Lumpur.
Ng added that the Rumawip project was to help the low- and middle-income group own homes.
“Building affordable housing is part of the company’s corporate social responsibility and our contribution to society,” he said.
“SkyAwani Residence has an early handover of six months ahead of schedule, and we have successfully handed over 750 units to our purchasers since July.”
More than 600 purchasers attended the event. There were also lucky draws to build up the excitement.
Also present were Federal Territory Minister Khalid Abdul Samad, Kuala Lumpur mayor Tan Sri Mohd Amin Nordin Abd Aziz, SkyWorld deputy group managing director Datuk Lam Soo Keong, chief operating officer Lee Chee Seng and chief financial officer Andy Leong.