19 September, MALAYSIA – PropNex Malaysia, Master Licensee of PropNex Singapore, celebrated the opening of its first Malaysia branch in KLCC.
Marcus Teng, founder of PropNex Malaysia, believes the real estate market in Malaysia has lots of potential, with an increase in the number of expatriates living in Malaysia and the number of new projects and developments lined up in the country.
“This opening marks a very important milestone in the history of Malaysia’s real estate industry and for me personally,” shared Mr Marcus. PropNex agency leader Stefanie Loh added, “PropNex believes that it is the opportune time to introduce its professional and qualified salespersons to promote the KLCC properties to other regions in the ASEAN countries.”
Presently, the real estate industry is divided and diluted due to the different conventional ways of running the business. Agency owners fear that their trained agents will later become their next competitor and this resulted in agents not willing to pass their knowledge to the next generation. Marcus explained how this is different for the case of PropNex Malaysia.
“PropNex believes in the unconditional sharing and trainings for our agents. In the last 9 months, PropNex Singapore has deployed their top management, leaders and champion agents to openly share their experience and strategies to the Malaysia team,” said Marcus.
This has resulted in record breaking sales for PropNex Malaysia and well-trained professional real estate agents who are able to provide value added services to overseas clients.
Currently, PropNex has expanded its reach to Indonesia and Vietnam with hopes of penetrating more markets effectively in the up and coming future. To date, PropNex has over 7,000 sales professionals in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam.
“We believe with the expansion of the PropNex offshore networking, PropNex will definitely enhance the sales performance and create ever more value to our customers either developers, property investment group and individual,” Marcus highlighted.