Gamuda Land Introduces Mix And Match Financial Assistance Campaign

Property developer Gamuda Land has introduced its Booster Shot Campaign which includes a range of financial assistance solutions and incentives for Malaysian home seekers. 

The campaign enables potential home buyers to personalise their property packages by mixing and matching available incentives according to individual needs. Property seekers will be exposed to incentives which include furnishing packages and complimentary Memorandum of Transfer (MoT), SPA (sales and purchase agreement) and home loan legal fees in conjunction with the national Home Ownership Campaign (HOC).

It also offers rent-to-own packages for selected units through Home Convert, in partnership with Maybank’s HouzKEY programme. Under the scheme, home seekers can move into a Gamuda Land property immediately

The Booster Shot offer is available for more than 250 properties under the developer’s portfolio nationwide. 

“We recognise the impact of lockdown restrictions on livelihoods in Malaysia and the home ownership aspirations of Malaysian everywhere. With this in mind, and acknowledging the role of shelter as a basic human need and fundamental component of national growth, we are doing our part to help home seekers achieve their dream to own a place they can call their own, even in these challenging times,” said Gamuda Land Chief Operating Officer Aw Sei Cheh.

In addition to Home Convert, the campaign offers two financial assistance routes: Home Assist, with interest-free home loan instalments over five years for up to 20% of the property price; and Home Extend, with free home loan instalments over a year.

Gamuda Land Booster Shot applicants can opt for either Home Convert, Home Assist or Home Extend for financial assistance according to their individual needs. In addition, they can choose between a complimentary furnishing package or MoT fees to sweeten the deal.

Applicants  can also enjoy complimentary legal fees for their SPA and home loan, as well as interest-free home loan instalments over two years for up to 10 percent of the property price, under the Home Ezy programme.

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