Property fair extended following popular demand

PETALING JAYA: The StarProperty Stay-At-New Home Virtual Fair 2020 has been extended to Oct 7 following popular demand from property developers and visitors.

Nineteen projects are listed in the virtual fair by some of the nation’s sought-after developers including Matrix Concepts, Symphony Life, Platinum Victory, Paramount Property, HCK Capital Group, Tropicana Corporation, Worldwide Holdings and Putra

With the virtual fair, visitors can browse through the sales galleries of all these developers without the need to travel there physically.

Communication is made easy and conducive through the available chat function.

In addition, interested homebuyers can also engage with developers through WhatsApp, phone or email.

The StarProperty virtual fair is also equipped with matchmaking, sorting and filter functions, allowing potential buyers to narrow down their preferred choices.

To top it off, 20 visitors will get a chance to win daily prizes. All they need to do is to visit the booths, download the brochures, watch the videos and participate in activities to collect points daily.

The top 20 with the highest points will each be awarded RM10 cash in their e-wallet.

There will be a whole lot of winnings at the StarProperty virtual fair, which rewards both visitors and homebuyers.

This year’s Win Kaw Kaw campaign ensures that those who attend any StarProperty fair will stand a chance to become a winner.

Three levels of competitions, namely Visit & Win, Book & Win and Buy & Win, are offered this year.

Visit any of the StarProperty fair and stand a chance to win over RM50,000 worth of prizes and holiday packages. To win additional prizes and vouchers, simply place a booking at the fair.

Upon completion of the purchase, there will also be RM100,000 worth of rewards up for grabs, including trips to Greece, Japan or Korea.

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