IJM Land’s Latest Housing Project Achieves 100 Percent Phase 1 Sales Target

Property developer, IJM Land Berhad latest housing development project, Rimbun Kiara has achieved 100 percent of its Phase 1 sales target since its launch on April 17.

Strategically located next to Seremban 2 with a GDV of RM145.9 million, Rimbun Kiara sits on a 21.46-acre land offering a total of 255 units of 2-storey linked homes.

Phase 1 offers three land sizes, 20′ x 75′, 20′ x 70′ and 20′ x 65′, with prices starting from only RM498,000.

Hoo Kim See, Senior General Manager of IJM Land Berhad said that Phase 1 consists of 110 units, where it’s now 100 percent fully booked within a day of the launch, while preparing to launch Phase 2 soon, which comprises 145 units. 

“The pandemic along with the MCO and CMCO restrictions have certainly changed the lifestyle of the majority of Malaysians. Apart from it being an escape from routine and urban bustling, the house now is considered a “safe retreat” from the pandemic and has also become our only quarters during these periods where we are forced to work and kids attend online classes at home. As such we know that space will become essential for the current generation of homebuyers who are looking for that space flexibility to include work privacy and personal space at the same time, thus we believe that the take-up rate will be quick as well as there are already a strong buying interest building up for Phase 2,” Hoo said.

“At IJM Land, we are constantly pushing ourselves to provide the best living conditions based on the circumstances and demand of our people. Seremban may not be famed for its tourist sites, however after being accorded the city status, the township has seen a spike in population as more homebuyers opt to move to this developed township that allows them to acquire affordable landed properties.

“We are confident that Seremban has a huge potential that we at IJM Land need to tap into, by constantly strengthening and innovating new developments to open up vast opportunities not just for investors and homebuyers to start a new chapter and build a comfortable life, but to sustain and contribute to Malaysia’s economy growth,” Hoo said.  

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