Malaysia's IProperty.com.my updates its website with new features

July 15, 2019
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iProperty.com.my is optimizing how users search for properties in its database

The property portal has announced that it has launched new features and changes to its website that will change the way Malaysian users sell, buy, and rent homes.

Users can now toggle between English and Bahasa Malaysia. Through the Bahasa Malaysia version of the website, users will have the same seamless experience as the existing English version, beginning on the homepage and continues in the search results for: Properties for sale (Hartanah untuk dibeli), Properties for rent (Hartanah untuk disewa) and New launch property (Perumahan baru).

The Bahasa Malaysia version also allows users to play around with the features to refine their search; from setting up their search in a preferred state, the type of property they’re looking for, setting the maximum and minimum price, square foot of space as well as the number of bedrooms.

Through its database of property listings, a list of properties will then appear based on the user’s refined search.

“We are very excited to launch our website in Bahasa Malaysia. This has been a long time coming. With iProperty.com.my now available in Bahasa Malaysia, the website will now be able to reach more than 69 per cent of the local population.

“This comprises the Bumiputra crowd, which is not only an important market for us, but also a segment that is eager for real estate knowledge and information as well.

“We can now help to serve more Malaysians to look for a place to call home by utilising our platform,” said iProperty.com Malaysia Sdn Bhd General Manager David Mawer.

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