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Saturday, March 17, 2012

Property carnival in Kajang

MKH Berhad, formerly known as Metro Kajang Holdings Berhad, has launched a property carnival at MetroPoint Complex Mall in Kajang which is open until Sept 30.

The MKH Berhad Property Carnival 2012 showcases projects from the developer for buyers to select their dream houses or for investment.

There are eight projects — apartments, condominiums, terrace houses, semi-detached houses, bungalows and shoplots — available.

The built-up areas range between 850sq ft and 5,000sq ft with price starting from RM220,000.

Customers who bought property during the carnival period only need to pay 5% for downpayment and a rebate up to 5% will be given.

Buyers need not pay the legal fee for sale and purchase agreement and memorandum-of-transfer stamp duty.

They will also get an MKH buyer programme worth up to RM3,000 and can sign up for loyalty programmes for more benefits.

Visitors to the fair can also take part in many interesting games and there are attractive prizes worth RM50, 000 up for grabs.

MKH Berhad group managing director Datuk Eddy Chen Lok Loi said the company thanked the public and business partners for all the support it received over the past 35 years.

“We will always improve ourselves and hope we can meet the demands by our customers.

“We are expanding and have developed housing areas outside Kajang such as Puncak Alam, Melawati and Bangsar,” he said.

Chen said the abolishment of toll charge for two toll plazas at the Cheras-Kajang Highway and the MyRapid Transit Sungai Buloh-Kajang line should be seen as a plus point by homebuyers.

“With property prices ever increasing, they should buy now especially in the affordable range,” he said.

For details, call 03-8737 2323 or visit

By The Star

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