Malaysia Properties Incorporation (MPI), has indicated its support for iProperty.com Malaysia’s proposed launch of a high quality illustrative coffee table publication, which will feature the most prominent and renowned developers in the country.
The publication, “Malaysia Top Developers”, is expected to be launched in January next year, and has elicited favourable response from developers.
“The plan has attracted the support of MPI, a government organisation set up under the Economic Planning Unit, to drive investments in real estate into Malaysia,” iProperty said in a statement, today.
The Chief Executive Officer of the iProperty Group, Shaun Di Gregorio said it was an honour to have MPI’s support to jointly promote the unique publication with Malaysia’s leading property and real estate website.
“This maiden venture not only complements the government’s efforts to put the international focus on Malaysian properties but also provides an opportunity to give due recognition to the nation’s top developers.
“Rental yields and capital growth figures rate well amongst today’s emerging markets and a new spurt of corporate investments via investor friendly government policies have boosted Malaysia’s economy to new levels,” he added.
He also said that this, together with a booming tourism industry and the creation of new luxury resorts, is creating an exciting property investment climate in Malaysia.
Gregorio said as a company that constantly strives to work towards enhancing the experience of property buyers and investors, iProperty saw tremendous and untapped potential in having such a publication.
“With so many world-class developers in the country, it is timely that we capture clear descriptions on signature developments by these property developers and provide discerning property investors the peace-of-mind when looking for a property to invest in Malaysia,” he added.
iProperty.com Malaysia will also be creating a microsite on the book directly on the company’s website where keen readers can purchase and download a copy online.
Only a total of 10,000 copies, expected to be sold at RM99, will be available at all major bookstores in Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong.
The publication will also be made available at local hotels, business lounges and other popular locations with high traffic flow from January 2012.
News Source: Bernama