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An art and craft festival for children held at Bandar Botanic in Klang on Sunday not only turned out to be the perfect event to keep the more than 100 children busy, but also gave parents some much-needed recreation.
PROPERTY developers are generally positive of the industry's performance in the second half this year although concerns over escalating oil prices, the performance of the stock market and potential interest rate hikes are viewed with some degree of apprehension.
Chow Chee Wah, Gamuda Bhd executive director, says: We are optimistic that the property market will be able to sustain the moderate growth it has enjoyed in the first half of 2005.
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DEMAND for houses will remain robust in Malaysia despite the lower forecast of 5% to 6% growth in gross domestic product (GDP) this year, FIABCI-Malaysia president Datuk Teo Chiang Kok said yesterday.
IT took a while for Klang folks to come to terms with the new concept of lifestyle resort living offered at Bandar Botanic, but the number of properties sold there to-date shows that they have finally been won over by the developer, Gamuda Land Sdn Bhd.
CONSTANTLY improving on their previous best should be a good tenet for property developers that want to build up brands and rake in more sales. With more of such developers, buyers will get to enjoy better quality homes and value for money from their purchases.
WITH construction jobs, especially government projects, hard to come by these days, some industry players are reeling under near bankruptcy while others have emerged stronger by venturing overseas and into other value-added activities to sustain their operations and earnings.
GAMUDA Land Sdn Bhd is looking to extend its lifestyle developments outside its stronghold, the Klang Valley, to new growth markets in Penang and Johor Baru.
CAN you imagine having two master bedrooms in a terrace house? Wow! You can do wonders with them! writes S.C. Cheah in his weekly column 'Property Talk'.