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Friday, November 23, 2007

Free lifts for Villa Yarl buyers

UOA Holdings Sdn Bhd is offering free lift installation or a full ID package to buyers of its Villa Yarl bungalows in Overseas Union Garden (OUG), Old Klang Road, Kuala Lumpur, for a limited time. These two packages come at no extra cost and will be offered from this weekend onwards in conjunction with the project's sales launch.

The 19 units of exclusive bungalows in Villa Yarl

UOA marketing and sales general manager Teh Heng Chong said 50% of the units have been sold since the soft launch three months ago.

“Following feedback from customers, we are providing individual lifts to the units to cater for the elderly who visit or live in Villa Yarl while the full ID package would appeal to the younger generation,” Teh told PropertyPlus.

Villa Yarl comprises 19 units of luxurious boutique bungalows in a 2-acre gated and guarded freehold development with condominium facilities. Each strata-titled unit, priced from RM2.3 million, has built-ups of 6,000 sq ft onwards and land areas from 2,697 sq ft to 4,859 sq ft. The project has a gross development value (GDV) of RM46 million.

Teh said prices for traditional semi-dee units range between RM1.4 million and RM1.6 million while bungalows are priced from RM1.8 million to RM2 million in the OUG area. “At a slightly higher price, one would be able to own a 3-storey bungalow with 5 + 1 bedrooms in Villa Yarl, without having to worry about the safety of the home when they are travelling outstation or
overseas,” he added.

The project is based on the build-then sell (BTS) concept. Teh said buyers would be able to see for themselves what they would be getting while saving them the interest incurred during construction. “At our end, the group would also be able to sell the product based on the current market price, which is about 10% to 20% premium, compared to selling it prior to construction,”
he added.

UOA’s current ongoing projects include Prima Setapak II in Setapak, Plaza Menjalara in Kepong and Halimahton in OUG. Future projects for the group include Menara UOA Bangsar and Bangsar South City.

By theSun (by Yap Yew Jin)

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