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Monday, March 10, 2008

Free SMS service for seekers of property

PETALING JAYA: Zerin Properties has launched a for your home free SMS service, on March 3, to assist those interested in purchasing or renting properties in the Klang Valley.

Zerin’s assistant head of agency Terence Yap said, initially, only properties in the Kuala Lumpur city centre area would be listed but other areas in Kuala Lumpur, such as Mont’Kiara, Bangsar and Damansara, will be featured in the coming months.

“Its very easy and convenient to use, and its absolutely free,” said Yap. “All one needs to do is type the keywords KLCCS to view properties for sale, KLCCR to look for properties for rent, and KLCC to get a listing on both categories,” he said.

Send the keywords to 36600 and the reply together with the listings will be received almost immediately. Yap said unlike other companies, which charge a fee for any type of SMS notification, Zerin will bear the cost for each SMS sent and received so users will not be charged.

“This is part of our value-added service in an effort to keep up with modern technology to allow anyone with a mobile phone to access our service from anywhere,” said Yap.

“Users will also receive an SMS stating our contact number and web page address so they can get in touch with us if they are interested in buying or renting a particular property,” he added.

This is the second free property service from Zerin Properties. Just two months ago, the real estate consultancy launched a property portal – www. – to provide a complete guide on all residential and commercial properties, shopping areas, restaurants, clubs, embassies and other developments in the KLCC area. The website, according to Yap, averages 100,000 hits per month.

“We hope to get a similar encouraging response with our free SMS service,” he added.

By theSun (by Tim Leonard)

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