Its chief executive officer Ken Ng said the website was part of the Government’s effort to create awareness of all the affordable housing projects available throughout the country.
“Property Queen has digitised all the housing schemes and products such as Penang E-rumah, PRIMA, PPAM and Rumah Mampu Milik Johor to make the information readily available to the general public.
“With just a click of the mouse, all the relevant details and data are at your fingertips.
“Property Queen has made it very convenient for new home- buyers to search for suitable projects based on their eligibility,” he said during the launching of Property Queen’s Affordable Homes, Primary & Secondary Market Expo.
The three-day fair was held at PECC Exhibition & Convention Centre, Sunway Carnival Mall in Bandar Seberang Jaya, Penang.
Star Media Group was the media partner.
Present at the launch of the property fair were also Property Queen Hong Kong CEO Sam Yeung, Star Media Group client brand marketing general manager Simone Liong, Sunway Carnival Mall general manager Chai Wen Yew and social media influencer Yii Yii Tan.
The event saw the participation of some 20 esteemed developers featuring a wide selection of affordable homes as well as primary and secondary developments.
Captivating seminars by renowned speakers were also lined up for visitors.
The seminars focused on property investment, property internet marketing, financial planning and feng shui.
Buyers who registered for units and paid their booking fees during the fair were entitled to a special edition of Property Queen stamps issued by Pos Malaysia.
Established in 2015 and having since ventured into Singapore, Australia and Hong Kong, Property Queen connects buyers with sellers through a hassle-free platform providing a quick and easy solution to buying, selling and renting property.
Accessible on both web and mobile devices, the complimentary search platform strives to cater to every individual’s property needs.
Property Queen has also co-founded three digital platforms specialising in property-related news in Bahasa Malaysia, Mandarin and English.