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Johor’s Home & Property Fair: A Smashing Success


Johor’s Home & Property Fair: A Smashing Success

From 19th to 21st May 2017, more than 800 visitors flocked to Johor Bahru City Square to check out the Home & Property Fair 2017, featuring a wide range of residential, commercial and industrial properties. The fair presented 25 exhibitors promoting an extensive range of middle to high-end residential and commercial properties, all under one roof.

Visitors to the fair were mainly interested in property development projects ranging from RM300,000 to RM500,000, and were there to research the market, check-out investment opportunities and purchase their first property.


Sean Liew presents certificate and prize to one of the colouring contestants

Apart from properties, the event also showcased interactive activities such as free seminars, a video launch by Master Paw and a book launch by property stalwart Ishmael Ho. Visitors were also given the opportunity to engage in interesting activities namely, Spin the Wheel, lucky draws, children’s activities and colouring contests. Also on the list was a special contest for property purchasers. Winners walked away with attractive prizes that included home appliances.


Winson Lim, 44, Singaporean

“I was shopping at City Square and noticed this exhibition and so I decided to explore and do some homework on the property market. I am considering a landed weekend or retirement home.”

With visitor, Winson Lim from Singapore

Ferdinand Robert, 72, Singaporean

“I caught sight of the exhibition while shopping but I only visited the Sunway booth to enquire about Sunway Johor’s project updates. I have business interests in Johor Bahru and so this is a convenient location for me.”

Karen Khor, Malaysian

“I am interested in what’s out there for upgraders and investors. This fair also gave me the opportunity to do some market research on the kind of developments available.”


Karen Khor, a KL Lite sharing her thoughts on the expo

Daisuki Usugi, CEO, Daiwa House

“Daiwa House has a joint venture project with Sunway Iskandar. We are registering buyers and will invite them to an open house next organised by Daiwa next Saturday. The potential buyers who are interested so far are mainly Malaysians working in Singapore.”


Daisuki Usugi, CEO of Daiwa House sharing his feedback about the expo

Ng Yin Meng – Director, Tinta Anggun Engineering Sdn Bhd

“Our target market is mainly Singaporeans who are considering weekend homes or to garner rental yields. We chose this fair because has proven to be a major property portal with a prominent presence in the market. Furthermore, this property fair is strategically located near the causeway thus attracting Singaporean buyers.”

Dato’ Sri Jacky Ker – Managing Director, Premier Plus

“ Malaysia has managed to attract a good balance of visitors comprising both Malaysians and Singaporeans. With this quality crowd, we are able to reach out to the right target market.”

Hatten Group Sdn Bhd – Steven Kort

“ is a good brand and City Square is an excellent venue for this event.“


Steven Kort, Branch Manager, Hatten Group highlighting its Malacca project

Southkey Properties Sdn Bhd – Agnes Wong, Deputy GM

“ iProperty is the one of the best brands and partners to work with”.


Mock cheque ceremony to Amitabha Malaysia in conjuction with Iskandar Feng Shui video launch by Master Paw



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