Survey: What do Malaysians think of owning landed property in 2024?

AS the property market in Malaysia continues its upward trend, many homebuyers are seeking homes that meet their preferences, whether for personal use or as investments.

According to Henry Butcher Malaysia's 'HB Perspective 2024' report, one of the main focuses of the residential property market in 2024 will continue to be on landed residential properties.

In terms of landed properties, the options for homebuyers — both new and subsale — are almost endless.

Nevertheless, the search for an ideal landed home is still elusive, as homebuyers struggle to find a unit that ticks all the boxes.

Common challenges faced by homebuyers in the landed property market include "not enough space", "lacking greenery", "not pet-friendly" and "too pricey", among others.

Acknowledging the hurdles customers face during their property search, Gamuda Land understands the need for better solutions.

In an effort to understand the preferences of Malaysian homebuyers regarding landed properties, the leading property developer is conducting a survey.

Take the survey below to stand a chance to win two tickets to SplashMania @ Gamuda Cove!

Thank you for participating in Gamuda Land's survey.

As a leading property developer, Gamuda Land is committed to building homes that stand the test of time, and this survey will help shape the homes of tomorrow.

Stay tuned for the full results on the New Straits Times of what Malaysian homeowners think about landed property in 2024.

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