The year 2021 is proving to be on the up and up for leading property developer IJM Land Berhad as their latest housing development project, Rimbun Kiara witnessed rapid interest from potential homebuyers – achieving 100% of its Phase 1 sales target since its launch on April 17, 2021. This demand was fuelled by rising demand from homebuyers and investors for modern and practical yet affordable homes.
Situated next to the self-contained Seremban 2 township offering modern amenities and city conveniences while maintaining country charms with a Gross Development Value (GDV) of RM145.9 million, Rimbun Kiara sits on a 21.46-acre land comprising 255 units of two-storey linked homes. Phase 1 offers three land sizes: 20’ x 75’, 20’ x 70’ and 20’ x 65’, with prices starting from only RM498,000. Phase 2 comes with a 20’ x 70’ land size and is now open for registration.
Dato’ Hoo Kim See, Senior General Manager of IJM Land Berhad says Phase 1’s 110 units was 100% fully booked within a day of the launch. Meanwhile, Phase 2’s 145 units will be launched soon.
“The pandemic along with the lockdown restrictions have certainly changed the lifestyles of the majority of Malaysians. Apart from it being an escape from daily urban routine, the house now is considered a ‘safe retreat’ from the pandemic. It is also considered the only safe haven during the lockdown whereby Work From Home (WFH) is a normality with kids also attending online classes at home.
“As such, space will become essential for the current generation of homebuyers who are looking for space flexibility to include work privacy and personal space at the same time. Thus, we believe that the take-up rate will be quick as well as there is already strong buying interest building up for Phase 2,” observes Dato’ Hoo.
“Homebuyers now desire spatial flexibility in creating a comfortable work environment within their living space. We are confident that Rimbun Kiara has that edge to cater to this necessity – where people choose to live and how they want their houses to function in the Rimbun Kiara development,” he summarises of this low-density freehold development.