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Monday, March 14, 2011

PKNS plans to sell its properties

SHAH ALAM: The Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) aims to sell 80% of its properties worth RM608mil this year, its Deputy General Manager (Administration and Development) Noraida Mohd Yusof said.

She said the properties included new housing projects being developed in Alam Nusantara, Antara Gapi, Kota Puteri and Kuala Selangor. “Consumers are confident and are realistic about our properties which are strategically located and priced reasonably,” she told Bernama after attending the PKNS 2011 Clients Day celebration at Kompleks PKNS last Saturday. PKNS sold 89.7% of its properties last year worth RM669mil, involving a total of 2,244 residential units. Bernama

She said PKNS would also take advantage of the My First House scheme launched by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak last Tuesday.

The scheme, a government initiative with the cooperation of Cagamas Bhd and financial institutions, has been launched to reduce the burden of young people facing the high cost of living and the high prices put on properties in specific locations in Malaysia.

Through the scheme, individuals, especially the younger generation with income of less than RM3,000, would be able to get 100% loan from the selected financial institutions to buy houses priced between RM100,000 and RM220,000, with a repayment period of up to 30 years.

On the programme, Noraida said it was in line with PKNS' efforts to form a new division under its Customer Services Division starting from April.

The focus will be on enhancing the quality of services to customers, she said.

Besides being the place for looking into clients feedback and so on, PKNS would also use the platform to promote its latest products, she said.

Six counters were opened to clients today including the property sales division, land matters, technical and public relations.

By Bernama

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