Getting a property in Malaysia can be tedious for foreigners regardless with or without an agent. Before taking a huge step that you are unsure of, here is the foreigner’s survival guide to make Malaysia your second home.
The time has come and the decision has to be made: to rent or to buy?
Old Klang Road, alternatively called Jalan Klang Lama is a rapidly developing area and one of the oldest roads in Kuala Lumpur. It was constructed by the British Federated Malay States in 1908, a significant part of Kuala Lumpur history as it was believed to be the only link connecting Port Klang to KL decades ago.
A vibrant suburb of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Bukit Jalil has come a long way since it was first developed for the 1998 Commonwealth Games. Well-connected and placed in a strategic location, on the east, there is the National Sports Complex, the Shah Alam Expressway on the north, city boundaries to the west and the Puchong-Sungai Besi Highway to the south.
Minutes away from Kuala Lumpur lies a tastefully modern residential unit by the name of Maxim Residence. Strategically situated in the lively township of Cheras, beside Taman Len Sen, Maxim Residence comprises of a variety of shop lots and serviced apartments.
A low-cost apartment in Kampung Pandan, KL, Residensi Pandanmas houses 700 apartment units with 2 towers.
With fully furnished units starting from 590 sq ft, Ridzuan Condo is set in Petaling Jaya and hosts various facilities.
Located at Batu Tiga, Avenue Crest is a high-rise building which comprises of studio units serving as either office suites or serviced apartment. All units are designed to be user-friendly while integrated with modern technology and equipped with around-the-clock security. It also boasts various features like a swimming pool and studio.