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Saturday, May 22, 2010

Attractive investments on display at expo

Property hunters and investors can expect another round of exciting properties to be showcased at the upcoming EXPO at the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre until tomorrow.

Organised by Malaysia, the exhibition brings together the hottest local and international properties from India, the Pacific Islands, Bali, the UK and more.

Some 50,000 home buyers and property agents are expected to visit the three-day exhibition that also features property seminars by renowned industry experts.

Whether one is looking for properties in the heart of the city, by the sea or amidst lush greenery, the expo has it all.

Over 100 property developments across Penang, Ipoh, Seremban, Johor and Klang Valley by well known developers such as Gamuda, SP Setia, Mah Sing Group, Mutiara Good Year, Mayland Group, MK Land Group, Dijaya, AP Land and many more will be on display.

Also in the lineup are top developers from Penang like Ivory Properties and Belleview Group while famed UEM Land will be showcasing properties in Johor.

Experts Michael Tan, Juanita Chin, Dr Peter Yee and Milan Doshi are among the speakers who will be presenting talks during the expo.

There will also be topics catering to real estate agents. Tips on selling to investors, closing sales and personal real estate success stories are guaranteed to catch the attention of rookies and veteran agents alike.

“The expo is the perfect opportunity for property hunters to view the latest properties in the market,” Malaysia country manager Ken Tsurumaru said.

The next expo will be held from July 30 to Aug 1 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) and Oct 23 to 24 at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.

By The Star

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