SIBU: The local community have gained first-hand information about Naim Land Sdn Bhd’s latest hot-selling property developments in Kuching, Bintulu and Miri through its “Grow Your Money” roadshow here.
The three-day event at RH Hotel, which ends today, has been attracting crowds as early as 9am.
In addition, visitors also attended a special investment seminar by Chris Tan, winner of the Prestige “Top 40 Under-40 Outstanding Young Malaysian Award” on Friday and yesterday.
Today, the speaker will deliver at 3pm, sharing tips on wealth enhancement as well as pitfalls to watch out for when it comes to investing in properties.
Naim’s general manager for sales and marketing Alice Ting was encouraged by the response from locals so far.
“We are showcasing our new upmarket brand, the Naim Signature Collection, which features a range of residential and commercial properties with benefits of integrated development, branded finishes, multi-tiered security and other special facets.
“We are introducing the first product under the collection, the Sapphire On The Park condominium units, which are part of the Kuching Paragon integrated development at Jalan Batu Lintang in Kuching,” she said.
Adding further, Ting also noted increased interest on Naim’s Bintulu Paragon’s Street Mall and Small Office Versatile Office (Sovo) units.
“As there are limited prime Street Mall spaces for sale and leasing, as well as Sovo units for purchase, we urge all to come to the roadshow for more information,’ she urged.
On other projects, Ting saw that the newly launched Bahagia Residences four-storey apartments in Miri was also gaining good responses.
“With their strategic location and affordable prices, the units provide a good investment proposition to all.”
In addition, Naim is also offering exciting promotions and lucky draws in conjunction with the roadshow. Participants stand a chance to win free return air tickets for two to Phuket, Thailand.
“Some of the visitors have won themselves few attractive prizes from lucky draws, such as free air tickets to local destinations,” Ting added.
SOURCE: The Star Online (6 April 2014)