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Buyers take advantage of attractive deals at iProperty Home & Property Investment Fair


The premiere property event draws in the country’s best developers, experts and investors to advance the nation’s property sector forward.

The return of the iProperty Home & Property Investment Fair once again served as a platform for Malaysian real estate, drawing in investors, developers as well as experts who came together to showcase their latest projects and share their expertise.

Organised by Malaysia’s No.1 property site,, the event held from Friday, 23 August to Sunday, 25 August 2019 at the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre drew a crowd of nearly 10,000 over the three-day period.

Attractive developments and deals

Continuing its stellar track record of showcasing some of the best property developments under one roof, the most recent addition of the iProperty Home & Property Investment Fair clearly did not disappoint.

Eager visitors lined up as early as 9.30am prior to the official opening of the fair at 11am on the 23rd in order to be the first to peruse the exclusive deals, discounts and rebates on offer. The event featured the participation of 25 property developers with over 80 projects on display, providing ample choice for visitors looking out for a home or investment opportunities.

This year’s fair featured projects from leading developers such as S P Setia Berhad, Mah Sing Group Berhad, Tropicana Corporation Berhad, Gamuda Land, GuocoLand (Malaysia) Berhad, Matrix Concepts Holdings Berhad, Sunsuria Berhad and many more.

Some of the exclusive deals visitors were able to access during the three-day event included rebates of up to 17% for SetiaSky Seputeh and Buyers Rewards worth RM20,000. Malaysia’s go-to web platform for renovation and home improvement solutions,, also offered a 15% renovation discount for property buyers and a 10% discount for visitors at the fair.

Many units were snapped up over the duration of the event with buyers taking advantage of the attractive offers and deals given by developers especially with the extension of Home Ownership Campaign (HOC) 2019, which ends on 31 December.

Educating and inspiring property investors

As before, the event also presented valuable insights presented by leading property and investment experts in the country. 13 industry and professionals took to the stage at the iProperty Home & Property Investment Fair’s Expert Talks session to share their wealth of experience over a wide range of issues pertaining to real estate.

Topics that were covered during the Expert Talks included, ‘3 Keys to Managing Rental – Investment Properties’, ‘12 Things to take note of when buying a new property’ and ‘Housing B40 via fractional ownership’. One of the main highlights at the fair was also the official launch of the H1 2019 Portal Demand Analytics, an analysis of current property demands for residential properties in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Penang and Johor. 

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The analytics, not only provides valuable insights for all relevant stakeholders in the Malaysian property market but also valuable data involving policy makers and property developers in the country in relation to residential preferences.

With enticing deals, along with an extensive property showcase and expert insights and opinions that covered all matters of real estate, the iProperty Home & Property Investment Fair once again solidified its position as the country’s leading property expo. It remains an unmissable event for investors and home owners to gain insights and ideas to further their investment journey in Malaysia.

To find out the date and locations of iProperty’s upcoming property expos and roadshows before HOC end, please click here.

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