PETALING JAYA: Sunway Property has revised sales target to RM2.2bil this year, after surpassing its initial target of RM1.6bil in the first half of the year.
The property arm of Sunway Group launched its “Always with You 2021” campaign in conjunction with the soft launches of its four new developments yesterday.
The four new developments are Sunway Artessa, Sunway d’hill, Sunway Velocity TWO Tower D, and Sunway Belfield Tower C, with total gross development value of RM1.8bil.
In a statement, the company said the participating projects of the “Always with You 2021” campaign are Sunway Serene, Sunway Velocity TWO, Sunway Belfield, Sunway Artessa and Sunway d’hill. The campaign will run from Oct 15 to Dec 31.
“Purchasers will be able to leverage on up to 12 months interest-free payments for savings up to RM23,000,” it said.
“An option to exit is also provided as a safety net in case of loss of employment, disability or critical illness for a period of 12 months from the date of booking and subject to the applicable terms and conditions,” it added.
In conjunction with the Home Ownership Campaign, new homeowners would enjoy a waiver on the memorandum of transfer and loan stamp duty savings up to RM32,000.
During the campaign period, purchasers will also stand a chance to win weekly giveaway prizes worth a total of RM63,888.
The group’s central region executive director Chong Sau Min said all the new launches would incorporate sustainable design considerations that deliver more connected developments supported by lifestyle conveniences, better quality buildings, improved air quality, as well as provide cost savings on energy and water.
“There is a renewed interest in homes that prioritise wellbeing due to shifting consumer preferences since the lockdowns due to the pandemic.
“Each development is strategically located with thoughtful designs, lush landscaping and new norm features including natural ventilated lobbies, co-working spaces and other features for sustainable living with prices starting from an affordable RM525,000,” he said.
“We also prioritised natural ventilation and sunlight, with views to the outdoors which would provide the much-needed respite from relentless patterns for online work and learning.
“Each development comes with abundant facilities which double up as spaces to exercise and recharge,” he added.
Source: The Star