Hi! Good day! It's time to make a choice as in where and how you want to live. Come to Rimbun Suria and the choice will be obvious. Beautifully designed homes inspired by nature and set in a backdrop of harmonius community with diverse ammenities. Live in a place that provides a condusive environment for you and your children, a perfect environment for your to unwind and live peacefully. Choose one of three houses to call home. Meranti, Sena and Cengal. Welcome to Rimbun Suria for a nature - inspired living.


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ANJUNG SUASANA BANDAR SERI PUTRA

Bangi Heights Development Sdn Bhd (236433-V)

34, Jln Seri Putra 1/2, Bandar Seri Putra , Bangi 43000 Selangor

Phone: +603-8927 1611 / 8925 4972

Fax: +603-8925 5058

 

rimbun suria

RIMBUN SURIA

INSPIRED BY NATURE

   

 

The 898-acre, RM1.3 billion township of Bandar Seri Putra has already attracted 14,000 residents, drawn by its well-planned seamless design. Capping its final capacity at 35,000 residents, this self-contained township comes complete with residential, commercial and recreational facilities, providing a pleasant, safe community feel in a tranquil, open suburban setting.

 

Its features include a systematic road network for the ease of its residents and plentiful necessary amenities for their convenience. The grounds feature extensive landscaping to create a pleasant and refreshing nature-based ambience, and a dedicated township management to take care of maintenance and co-ordinate with residents to keep the community pleasant.

 

By: mohd_azeri@yahoo.com

 

cengal - rimbun suria

CENGAL - Land Area: 26' x 70'   |   Built Up Area: 2,142 sq.ft

meranti  - rimbun suria

MERANTI - Land Area: 22' x 70'   |   Built Up Area: 1,741 sq.ft

sena - rimbun suria

SENA - Land Area: 24' x 70'   |   Built Up Area: 1,970 sq.ft

   

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Archive Articles: UMLand’s Rimbun Suria more than 50% sold, target 100% sales by year-end.

United Malayan Land Bhd’s (UMLand) latest launch, Rimbun Suria, has achieved a take-up rate of more than 50 per cent to date and the developer is targeting to complete sales by year-end.

 

Located in the Bandar Seri Putra township, Rimbun Suria comprises 87 double-storey terraced homes with a tropical theme. Inspired by nature, the homes feature “flexibility of useable space and modern contemporary features” and are set amidst greenery and tropical foliage.

 

The homes, officially launched in early October, are developed by UMLand’s subsidiary, Bangi Heights Development Sdn Bhd.

 

The homes are available in three designs with land areas starting from 22ft by 70ft and built-up areas from 1,741 sq ft. Prices begin at RM268,770 for Bumiputra and from RM289,000 for non-Bumiputra buyers.

Bandar Seri Putra was first introduced by UMLand in 1997 and is home to some 14,000 residents. The freehold township is located in the southern part of Klang Valley, and is easily accessible from the Kuala Lumpur-Seremban highway and only 20 minutes to the city centre via the Putra Mahkota interchange.

 

UMLand is listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia. Its township division has three integrated township developments with a total land area of over 5,000 acres in Johor (Bandar Seri Alam and Taman Seri Austin) and Selangor (Bandar Seri Putra).

 

UMLand is also the developer of Suasana Sentral Loft, a 600-unit luxury condominium development in KL Sentral and Seri Bukit Ceylon, a 246-unit condominium in downtown Kuala Lumpur. It is also working on several new projects, one of which is Suasana Bangsar, a 190-unit residential development located in Bangsar.

 

PRESTIGIOUS LOCATION

Kuala Lumpur-Seremban PLUS Highway

Highway Kajang-Seremban (LEKAS)

Cyberjaya & Nilai Township

KLIA International Airport

Within Multimedia Super Corridor

Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)

Multi Media University (MMU)

Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN)

Kolej Universiti Islam Malaysia

RIMBUN SURIA MASTER PLAN.

 

 

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Rimbun Suria Bandar Seri Putra

A haven with high potential

 

The latest phase of the Bandar Seri Putra growing township, Rimbun Suria, offers attractive, affordable and functional homes in a serene setting for the modern family.

 

United Malayan Land Bhd (UMLand) has made waves with the newest component at Bandar Seri Putra featuring Rimbun Suria, a RM28 million phase of tastefully designed and limited double-storey terrace homes spread over 6.6 acres.

 

Attractive and Affordable

 

This low-density development offers an exclusive number of units in three attractive designs, with built-up areas from 1,741 sq ft to 2,142 sq ft. The Meranti line offers 22 units of 22 ft x 70 ft homes, Sena offers 44 units of 24 ft x 70 ft homes and Cengal offers 21 units of 26 ft x 70 ft homes. Pricing starts affordably from RM268,770 for Bumiputras and from RM289,000 for non-Bumiputra housebuyers.

 

The modern architectured Rimbun Suria homes boast quality workmanship and come with 4+1 bedrooms and three bathrooms. These homes were designed to be beautiful and functional to suit the modern family’s needs, set against a backdrop of refreshing foliage and wide streets to create an open, relaxing feel. With their affordable price tag, these FREEHOLD homes are perfect for upgraders as well as first-time houseowners.

 

With their flexible layout, the homes reinterpret the flexibility and extensibility of useable space, thus allowing homeowners to change the function of internal layout in future according to evolving needs.

 

Built according to contemporary lifestyle needs, the modest living and dining area can be converted into a larger living hall, while a full-height glass sliding door allows the living area to be bathed in natural light. A generous car porch area allows two cars to be parked side by side.

 

Ideal Township

 

The 898-acre, RM1.3 billion township of Bandar Seri Putra has already attracted 14,000 residents, drawn by its well-planned seamless design.

 

Capping its final capacity at 35,000 residents, this self-contained township comes complete with residential, commercial and recreational facilities, providing a pleasant, safe community feel in a tranquil, open suburban setting.

Its features include a systematic road network for the ease of its residents and plentiful necessary amenities for their convenience. The grounds feature extensive landscaping to create a pleasant and refreshing nature-based ambience, and a dedicated township management to take care of maintenance and co-ordinate with residents to keep the community pleasant.

 

Bandar Seri Putra is designed for a progressive community of residents and businesses. Its recent launches including the S P Retail Centre shop offices, Anjung Suasana bungalows and semi-D homes as well as Castanea Residences consisting of terrace and semi-D homes reflect the growing affluence of its community. Other amenities in this integrated township include a post office, police station, petrol station and schools (that are under construction).

 

Quality, Timeliness and Profitability

 

Project developer Bangi Heights Development Sdn Bhd is a subsidiary of UMLand which of course needs no introduction as a major property developer that is listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia.

 

Known for its hallmark values of quality workmanship and delivery ahead of schedule, UMLand has made its mark with highly popular mixed developments to its credit, including the Bandar Seri Alam and Seri Austin townships in Johor and niche high-rise condominium developments of Seri Bukit Ceylon, Suasana Sentral in KL Sentral and Suasana Bangsar that are all located in the heart of the city centre. Bangi Heights Development is a 70:30 Joint Venture (JV) between UMLand and CapitaLand Ltd.

 

Well-placed for Transport, Business and Education

 

Centrally located between the financial/commercial hub of Kuala Lumpur and the Putrajaya administrative centre, Bandar Seri Putra enjoys close proximity of only a 20-minute drive to the city centre via the Putra-Mahkota interchange off the Kuala Lumpur-Seremban highway.

 

The township is also close to Cyberjaya and Nilai, placing it within the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) and in the vicinity of institutes of higher learning such as Universiti Putra Malaysia, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Universiti Multimedia, Universiti Tenaga Nasional and Kolej Universiti Islam Malaysia. The Kuala Lumpur International Airport is also within easy reach.

 

Rimbun Suria in Bandar Seri Putra offers an incredible opportunity for the astute homeowner. For more information, call +603-8927 1611 / +603-8925 4972, fax +603-8925 5058, email salesbh@umland.com.my or visit www.umland.com.my

PROPERTY NEWS BY iPROPERTY MALAYSIA

Malaysia Residential Property Market before Election 2013

Landed Property Still Favorite in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 5 — Asia’s number one network of property portals, iProperty Group, expects the residential property market to be soft in the first quarter of this year as investors stay on the sidelines.

The group said with the exorbitantly high selling prices, stringent banking rules and uncertainty from the upcoming general election, more property investors are being cautious in their approach, thus limiting property
speculation activities.

Chief Executive Officer Shaun Di Gregorio said this, however, would present a good opportunity for home owners to enter the market as prices would likely remain stable and be less prone to rapid increases.

“The property market is expected to remain stable this year, subject to the election being done and out of the way,” he told a press conference on the group’s Asia Property Market Sentiment Survey (H1) 2013.

Di Gregorio said although property prices in Malaysia have accelerated in the past few years, they are still deemed good value due to the good infrastructure by regional standards, good hospitals and schools.

For the second half of this year, he said, assuming the election is held in the first half, the property market should be fairly good and stable.

On key findings in the survey, he said Malaysians have the highest annual household income compared with respondents in Indonesia, Hong Kong and Singapore.

“From over 8,000 respondents in Malaysia, with the majority aged 26-35 years old, 57 per cent had an annual household income of RM30,001-RM80,000, while 41 per cent of the local respondents owned significantly more than one property, compared with respondents in Indonesia (16 per cent), Hong Kong (18 per cent) and Singapore (22 per cent),” he said.

The survey findings also indicated that 34 per cent of the respondents’ budget was between RM350,001-RM500,000, with landed properties the most popular choice.

“Half of the local respondents said property prices were too highly priced, while 16 per cent answered that they could not find a suitable property and 69 per cent of the respondents called for more affordable housing, as it is likely that many families are starting to feel the weight of soaring property prices,” he said.

Di Gregorio said respondents were largely split between wanting the government to do more and believing that the recent increase in income limit for the My First Home Scheme would be enough to assist people on their home-ownership journey.– BERNAMA

 

THE residential property market in Malaysia is expected to remain stable this year, with more transactions expected for landed properties priced between RM350,000 and RM500,000.

iProperty Group chief executive officer Shaun Di Gregorio said developers have shifted their focus to build houses in that price range.
Based on the iProperty.com Asia Property Market Sentiment Survey 2013, 79 per cent of the 8,048 respondents indicated their intention to buy a property worth RM350,000 to RM500,000 over the next six months to 24 months.

Speaking at the launch of the survey findings yesterday, Di Gregorio said landed properties remain the most popular choice compared to condominiums and apartments. "Apartments are good investment options but they want to buy land, hence, the rising demand for landed properties. However, for that price range, buyers will have to go out of town.

"The light rail transit (LRT) extension and the MyRapid Transit (MRT) projects will offer good potential for out-of-town developments," Di Gregorio said. Based on the data released by the National Property Information Centre (Napic), the residential segment accounted for RM61.83 billion of the total RM137.83 billion worth of properties sold in 2011. Napic has not released the data for 2012.

"We expect the first half of this year to remain soft but with the general election out of the way soon, the market represents a good buying opportunity for first time or second property buyers. "A soft market by definition means a stable one, where you won't see rapid increase in price. No one is overly optimistic or pessimistic. They expect a stable market this year, slightly better than 2012," said Di Gregorio.

The survey showed that price and location were the two key factors that the respondents viewed as important ahead of political/economic climate when deciding to purchase a property. According to Di Gregorio, the current global uncertainty is having an effect on the local property market but demand for new housing will improve if Malaysia's economy and employment rate remain strong.

The survey showed that the most important issue of concern in the local property market currently was affordability and rising house prices. A significant number of respondents also expressed high concern about home financing policies and interest rates, as well as errant developers and building quality.

Read more: Landed properties still favourites

 

 

 

Tarikh Kemaskini: 26 Dis 2012 oleh Mohd Azeri Hairuddin