Property Fair back in town

  • Nation
  • Saturday, 02 Oct 2010

PETALING JAYA: Riding on the success of last year’s Star Property Fair, the one-stop property extravaganza returns with the country’s major industry players under one roof.

This year’s event, to be held in November at the KL Convention Centre, has drawn more than 30 exhibitors.

The much-awaited sequel, themed Stylish Living II, is aimed at providing a showcase of high-end property developments.

Star Publications (M) Bhd marketing services general manager Iris Tan said the fair was also conceptualised to complement the Government’s efforts to stimulate the economy, especially in the property market.

“In view of the many property development projects springing up throughout the country, consumers are looking at lifestyle and quality aspects before investing.

“There is no better way to do so than to gather the best from the property market in one single exhibition,” she said.

Tan addded that after the inaugural Star Property Fair last year, many firms expressed their interest in taking part again this year. More than RM60mil sales was generated at last year’s fair.

Included in the line-up of premier exhibitors are property developers Mah Sing, SP Setia, Naza TTDI and Sime Darby as well as ICI Paints Malaysia.

“With an increase in the number of exhibitors, we are confident that more premier properties will be sold at this year’s edition,” Tan said.

This year’s event, which is from Nov 19 to Nov 21, will also feature a host of talks ranging from interior and home design to Feng Shui as well as property and wealth management.

The event opens daily from 11am to 7pm at Hall 4 and Hall 5 of the KL Convention Centre.

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