Having taken the lead as Malaysia’s No.1 property website based on third-party sources, PropertyGuru is now commemorating this significant milestone with fellow Malaysians, by giving away a fully-furnished free home worth over RM600,000.
Starting February 1, people can nominate a deserving Malaysian home seeker for the ‘PropertyGuru Home Giveaway’ initiative.
In a climate of escalating Covid-19 cases daily, Malaysians are being tested like never before. It is also more evident that many desire a home of their own, especially after experiencing lockdown, where personal space comes up as a priority amongst younger Malaysians.
1 in 3 Malaysians are intent on purchasing their own homes despite Covid-19 challenges, according to the recent Consumer Sentiment Study findings by the No. 1 property website, PropertyGuru. Nevertheless, Malaysians continue to cite inability to afford the down payment and unstable job salaries as top barriers to taking on a home loan.
Sheldon Fernandez, Country Manager, PropertyGuru Malaysia said, “Purchasing a home is already a task that requires a huge commitment and consideration from all aspects, so we can imagine how much more difficult it has been made by the pandemic. We’ve always stood with Malaysians when it came to finding a home and now, more than ever, we would like to give back. “
“We would like to pay forward to fellow Malaysians with the PropertyGuru Home Giveaway by giving a free fully-furnished home worth over RM600,000. To be a part of this initiative, nominate a deserving Malaysian home seeker who does not own a home, and share with us why they deserve this free home,” he added.
Nominations for the PropertyGuru Home Giveaway will begin on February 1, to turn a deserving home seeker into a proud homeowner of a fully-furnished, freehold home at Tropicana Metropark, Subang Jaya. More information can also be found on www.PropertyGuru.com.my.
Fernandezfurther commented, “We also hope that the Malaysian spirit of ‘muhibah’ – our own true brand of goodwill and compassion, will shine through in this exercise of sharing stories and looking out for each other”.