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Kediaman milik PKNS raih permintaan tinggi

Kediaman milik PKNS raih permintaan tinggi

Lokman Abdul Kadir menunjukkan pelan projek Puncak Tropika dalam sidang akhbar projek Puncak Tropika yang dimiliki oleh PKNS.

SHAH ALAM 1 Jan. - Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor (PKNS) yakin projek perumahan yang dibangunkannya di negeri Selangor sepanjang tahun ini dan pada tahun depan laris dan masih mampu dibeli walaupun proses pemulihan ekonomi perlahan.

Malah, PKNS tetap optimis bahawa kediaman mewah yang dijual pada harga RM1.2 juta sebuah turut mendapat sambutan daripada pelanggan terutamanya golongan Bumiputera.

Pengurus Bahagian Jualan Hartanah Wilayah Utara Jabatan Kemajuan Shah Alam PKNS, Lokman Abdul Kadir berkata, para pembeli masih menaruh keyakinan terhadap projek-projek hartanah yang dibangunkan oleh PKNS.

Katanya, salah satu faktor yang merangsangkan penjualan hartanah milik PKNS adalah konsep bina dan jual yang dijalankan PKNS yang begitu 'mencuri' perhatian pembeli.

Menurutnya, pihaknya juga memahami trend pembeli pada waktu ini yang mahu segera memasuki kediaman selain mahu mengelak risiko projek terbengkalai.

"Setakat ini, projek di bawah PKNS tidak ada yang terbengkalai dan kami masih mengekalkan rekod baik tersebut.

"Kami dapati orang ramai yakin dengan konsep bina dan jual ini dan ia amat membantu jualan hartanah milik PKNS,'' katanya kepada Utusan Malaysia ketika ditemui pada pelancaran jualan kediaman teres tiga tingkat Puncak Tropika di sini baru-baru ini.

Kediaman Puncak Tropika dibina dalam unit terhad iaitu sebanyak 28 buah dan terletak di Seksyen 9 di sini.

Ia dijual pada harga serendah RM1.2 juta hingga RM1.5 juta sebuah.

Kediaman di Puncak Tropika mempunyai keluasan 3,680 kaki persegi untuk jenis A manakala 4,170 kaki persegi (jenis B) dan 3,170 kaki persegi untuk jenis C.

Pasaran sasaran bagi kediaman tersebut yang dibina sejak dua tahun lalu adalah untuk golongan berpendapatan tinggi.

Sementara itu, Lokman menambah, satu lagi tarikan projek PKNS adalah harga jualan yang ditawarkan PKNS masih di bawah paras harga pasaran semasa.

Katanya, kadar harga yang ditentukan amat berpatutan selain lokasi yang dipilih amat strategik dengan memikirkan kemudahan infrastruktur yang lengkap.

Ketika ditanya mengenai projek yang dijalankan PKNS sepanjang tahun ini, Lokman berkata, PKNS menjual rumah teres dua tingkat yang dinamakan Idaman Suraya (RM485,000 ke atas) di Seksyen 6 di sini pada April lalu.

Pada Julai lalu pula, PKNS melancarkan jualan projek Citra Seni di Seksyen 7 di sini dengan harga jualan RM890,000 ke atas.

Bermula bulan ini, PKNS melancarkan jualan projek kediaman Ayuqaseh di Alam Nusantara, Setia Alam di sini dengan harga jualan serendah RM335,000.

Ketika ditanya sama ada PKNS akan menjual kouta Bumiputera kepada bukan Bumiputera sekiranya jualan perlahan, Lokman berkata, PKNS tidak akan berbuat demikian berikutan permintaan di kalangan pembeli Bumiputera tetap tinggi.

Cuma, katanya, kouta kediaman sebanyak 30 peratus yang diperuntukkan kepada bukan Bumiputera habis dijual dalam tempoh sejam berbanding 60 peratus kouta untuk Bumiputera.

"Setakat ini, kami masih mempertahankan kouta tersebut dan yakin ia dapat dijual sepenuhnya,'' ujarnya.

Article from :http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?y=2010&dt=0102&pub=Utusan_Malaysia&sec=Korporat&pg=ko_02.htm

PKNS to focus on high-end projects in Shah Alam

SHAH ALAM: The Selangor State Development Corp (PKNS) plans to develop more than 20 acres of land in Shah Alam over the next three to four years.

Its development controller for Northern Region, Noraida Mohd Yusof said PKNS will be focusing on high-end projects.

"We have some pockets of land in Sections 7, 16, 17 and 24 which we plan to develop high-end projects, depending on market demand," she told reporters at the sales launch of Puncak Tropika on Dec 16.

Puncak Tropika is a high-end development comprising 28 units of 3-storey semi-detached houses (with a built-ups 3,680 sq ft) priced between RM1.2 million to RM1.5 million.

The project is currently 80% completed and will be completed by April 2010.

Noraida also added that PKNS is looking for joint-venture partners to develop strategic landbank and its pockets of land in Shah Alam.
"We are currently in the process of looking for landbank in the Klang Valley as well as Ijok and Kuala Selangor," she said.

Articles from : http://www.theedgeproperty.com/news-a-views/1094-pkns-to-focus-on-high-end-projects-in-shah-alam-

PKNS optimistic of good take-up for RM140m Shah Alam projects

PKNS optimistic of good take-up for RM140m Shah Alam projects


SELANGOR State Development Corp (PKNS) will launch three new projects in Shah Alam, Selangor, worth RM140 million over the next two months.

The projects, called Ayu Qaseh and Ayu Puri, offering 170 units and 144 units of two-storey link houses respectively that are priced from RM335,000, are located in its 243ha Alam Nusantara development.

General Manager Othman Omar said he is optimistic that the properties will be taken up within three months from its launch, beginning the end of this month.

"We expect response to be overwhelming as it is the first project by PKNS with a freehold status. We are selling with the certificate of fitness (CF)," he said.

Early next month, PKNS will also launch Puncak Tropika in Kota Damansara, featuring 28 units of three-storey semi-detached houses and priced between RM1.2 million and RM1.4 million, Othman told Business Times.

The units are 80 per cent completed and their CF will be obtained in January next year.

PKNS is currently running a home ownership fair themed "Kediaman impian@PKNS" until November 25, where it will offer for sale 1,073 units of low-, medium- and high-end houses and commercial properties, priced from RM99,000 to RM1.2 million each, or a combined RM286 million.

A bulk of the properties are existing stocks in Antara Gapi, near Rawang, consisting of link houses, semi-dees and bungalows, Othman said.

Some are terraced houses in Bernam Jaya (between Sabak Bernam and Tanjung Malim), one- and two-storey shophouses and one-storey terraced homes in Kota Puteri, which is on the way to Kuala Selangor, and semi-detached houses in Cheras Jaya.

The rest include two unsold units of semi-dees in Puncak Bangi, priced from RM835,000, 111 units of medium to high-end Kasturi Idaman apartments, priced between RM205,000 and RM365,000 in Kota Damansara, and 20 units of high-end apartments, dubbed Banjaria Court, in Gombak.

"While the properties are attractive in terms of product offering, sales have been slow due to the current economic situation. We are optimistic the two units at Puncak Bangi will be taken up soon mainly because they are the last landed properties by PKNS in Bandar Baru Bangi, Othman said.

On Banjaria Court, PKNS has launched the first of four blocks. It will open for sale the remaining blocks next year, Othman said.

To boost sales, PKNS is offering RM500 downpayment and cash rebates of RM3,000 to RM8,000, including free legal fees, for all the properties.

It is also giving a RM50,000 rebate for the semidees in Cheras Jaya.

"We hope to sell 391 units worth RM55 million this month. We have achieved RM12.7 million from the sale of 48 properties since the launch," he said.

The home ownership fair also applies to Ayu Qaseh, Ayu Puri and Puncak Tropika projects.


Articles from : http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_News/BTIMES/articles/PKS12/Article/