Asian digital real estate business iProperty last week received over 10,000 visitors looking for their dream home or next property investment at its Home & Property Investment Fair in Malaysia.
The three-day event, held between 22-24 April at the Kuala Lumpar Convention Centre, showcased a wide variety of prominent local developers, prestigious international property developments and real estate agents, all under the one roof.
Top developers at the expo included L&G, Mah Sing Group Bhd, PKNS , UDA Holdings bhd, Sunsuria Berhad, UEM Edgenta Berhad, One City Development (MCT Bhd) and Sanichi Property Sdn Bhd, among many others.
iProperty CEO Georg Chmiel says apart from obtaining the best deals in town, visitors to the expo benefited from the free advisory services available from leading property experts that shared valuable tips on the property market.
The expo also featured a millionaire forum session with the topics, 'Property Investment in General on Saturday' and 'Property Investment for Commercial Properties on Sunday'.
"The sessions, open only to platinum credit holders, allowed property buyers and investors the opportunity to gain in-depth information on the current property market in the country," Chmiel says.
Chmiel says the turnout at the expo reinforced the findings of iProperty.com's recent Asia Property Market Sentiment Survey for the first half of 2016.
"This revealed that property buyers and investors are still keen in investing property despite the current challenging market," Chmiel says. "They still viewed property as the most preferred investment choice."
Chmiel says the exhibition provides a key platform for buyers looking for property which complements services offered by the iProperty.com website.
"The Home & Property Investment Fair provides property buyers and investors with a one stop platform to view the latest developments and at the same time obtain information directly from the developers without any hassle," he says.
"As per every expo that we hold, we review and continue to improve the way organise the exhibitions to ensure that it meets the needs and demands of both our consumers and customers."
The expo also provided Southeast Asia property buyers direct access to the latest Perth-based luxury development, The Towers at Elizabeth Quay. The property is developed by Far East Consortium (FEC), one of Asia’s largest property developers, with a strong presence in Australia.