Roaring Deals for GEM Residences during this CNY

Events/ 25 January 2022 No comments

Let’s have a ROAR-some and Prosperous Year of Tiger that comes with an Auspicious Angpow up to RM48,888! * 🐯

Book a unit during this CNY and get a Mystery Gift! *


Kindly contact Belleview at 016-422 6006 or click: https://wa.link/k9bsai for viewing appointment or visit GEM Sales Gallery from 2nd Feb onwards during this CNY:
Mon – Fri: 9am – 6pm
Sat – Sun: 10am – 6pm

*T&Cs apply, for a limited time only

GEM Residences consist of 978-unit condominium, four 38-storey residential towers 15-unit shoplots at Level 1; it is primed to bring a new standard of living to Prai, Penang by offering a range of well-designed modern living spaces for a wholesome lifestyle experience.

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Developing The New Heart of Seberang Perai, Penang
GEM Residences, GEM Shoppes, GEM Mall and 330-room 4-star Hotel

A 20-acre mixed development along Jalan Baru, Seberang Perai, consists of Gem Residences featuring 978 units of well-designed modern living spaces housed within four residential blocks of 38-storey each – Coral, Ruby, Sapphire and Diamond, and Gem Shoppes, a row of 15 commercial shops on the ground floor, GEM Mall touted to be the northern region’s biggest shopping mall with 1.2million sqft net lettable area is anchored by Sogo department store, a 20-screen Golden Screen Cinemas and an Olympic sized ice skating rink, and a 330-room 4-star Hotel.

Poised to be the new ‘Heart’ of Seberang Perai, the development is located along Jalan Baru with convenient access to the North-South Highway and Butterworth Outer Ring Road (BORR), and also the future public infrastructure LRT and Monorail under the Penang Transportation Master Plan (PTMP).

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New low-cost apartment at Taman Nagasari turned into a hostel for foreign workers

Property News/ 24 January 2022 No comments


The excitement of some residents receiving the keys to occupy a new house in Block A, Taman Nagasari, Prai here more than a month ago turned into concern due to the presence of a group of foreigners who are said to also rent there.

It is understood that about 10 of the total 150 units of low-cost apartments in the block have started to be occupied by locals while most of the other occupants have not done so.

However, according to the residents, the number of foreigners who rented the apartment is more, involving about 20 units and some live there earlier than the residents who should be.

Even more disappointing, they said, there were apartment units that were misused to be workers’ dormitories equipped with My Sejahtera QR Code openly at the entrance.

Residents’ representative, Amirul Adli Ahmad, 28, said, according to the agreement, the 11-storey apartments worth RM42,000 per unit built by the state government cannot be rented out to either locals or foreigners.

“So, we wonder how these apartment units can be rented to foreigners at will by the owner. In fact, we were informed that a grocery store will be built on the ground floor of the apartment while commercial activities are also not allowed to be carried out in this block, ”he said.

He and several other residents were met by reporters while receiving a visit from Bukit Tengah State Assemblyman (ADUN), Gooi Hsiao Leung to complain about the matter, here last weekend.

Commenting further, Amirul Adli said, he and the rest of the residents there wanted the issue resolved as soon as possible to prevent more foreigners from living there until the situation became out of control.

“Residents here have also agreed to use access cards to control those who come in and out of this block in the future.” said the father of two.

In the meantime, Hsiao Leung said, the issue of misuse of residential units for rent to foreigners like this should not happen because the apartments are reserved for low-income locals who do not yet own a house.

“I have also written a letter to the State Housing, Local Government, Town and Country Planning Committee chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo after receiving complaints from residents and asking the state government to investigate the matter accordingly,” he said.

Source: Utusan Malaysia


Ideal Venice Residency

Island Glades/ 22 January 2022 3 comments


Ideal Venice Residency, the second phase of PR1MA affordable housing development by Ideal Property Group at Island Glades. Strategically located near the intersection of Jalan Bukit Gambir and Jalan Lembah, next to Ideal Residency. It’s just a stone’s throw away from University Science Malaysia (USM), about 5 minutes drive to Penang Bridge.

This development comprises two blocks 46-storey residential towers, featuring 1,632 affordable housing units with six levels of car parking podiums and two levels of facilities.  They are two different layout types with a standard built-up size of 850 sq.ft. Indicative price starts from RM300,000 onwards.


Project Name: Ideal Venice Residency
Location :
 Island Glades, Penang
Property Type : Affordable housing
Built-up Area: 850 sq.ft.
Indicative Price : RM300,000
Developer : Ideal Capital Venture Sdn. Bhd. (Ideal Property Group)

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Grab the best resort home in Penang from only RM1,080* per month

Events/ 21 January 2022 No comments


Have a growlingly auspicious Lunar New Year and own a move-in ready luxury resort condo too!

Book Now and The Prosperity Ang Pow with 999 Gold Piece is awaits you.

Easy to own Ferringhi Residence 2 :

  • From RM1,080*/month
  • 0% downpayment
  • Spacious layout from 1,494sf onwards
  • 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms
  • Mesmerising hill and sea view with good Fengshui
  • Large 4.3-acre lifestyle facilities
  • Close to the beach

Hurry up! Call Mah Sing for viewing actual show unit 04-291 3109 or WhatsApp https://wa.me/60104419010 .

Make a show unit viewing appointment at https://ferringhiresidence2.com/booking/

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BNM to keep interest rates at record low

Property News/ 20 January 2022 1 comment /中文版


Bank Negara Malaysia has decided to maintain the Overnight Policy Rate (OPR) at 1.75 per cent, after concluding its Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting today.

In a statement today, the MPC considered the stance of monetary policy to be “appropriate and accommodative”.

It added that fiscal and financial measures would continue to cushion the economic impact on businesses and households and provide support to economic activity.

“Given the uncertainties surrounding the pandemic, the stance of monetary policy would continue to be determined by new data and information and their implications on the overall outlook for inflation and domestic growth,” said Bank Negara.

The central bank remains committed to using its policy levers as appropriate to foster enabling conditions for a sustainable economic recovery.

Bank Negara said the global economy remained on a recovery path, driven by expansion in manufacturing and services activity.

However, it said inflation had risen amid continued strength in global demand, supply chain disruptions, higher commodity prices and labour shortages.

Nevertheless, it added that global growth prospects would likely be supported by further progress in vaccination coverage and relaxation of containment measures.

In several major economies, Bank Negara said sizeable fiscal and monetary policies would continue to support the recovery momentum.

“Overall, the balance of risks to the global growth outlook remains tilted to the downside,” said Bank Negara.

This was attributed mainly to uncertainty surrounding the emergence of variants of concern, the risk of more prolonged global supply chain disruptions, and potential risk of heightened financial market volatility amid adjustments in monetary policy in major economies.

For Malaysia, Bank Negara said economic activity had weakened in the third quarter, amid the imposition of nation-wide containment measures to curb the resurgence in Covid-19 cases.

However, in line with the relaxation of restrictions, latest high frequency indicators showed that economic activity has recovered from the trough in July.

“Going into 2022, the growth momentum is expected to improve, supported by expansion in global demand, higher private sector expenditure in line with the resumption of economic activity and continued policy support.”

Bank Negara said risks to the growth outlook remained tilted to the downside due to external and domestic factors.

These include a weaker-than-expected global growth, a worsening in supply chain disruptions, and the re-imposition of containment measures due to the impact of new Covid-19 variants of concern.

Bank Negara said headline inflation was likely to average within the projected range of between 2.0 per cent and 3.0 per cent for 2021, having averaged 2.3 per cent year-to-date.

Underlying inflation, as measured by core inflation, is also expected to average below 1.0 per cent for the year.

Bank Negara said headline inflation was projected to remain moderate, while core inflation is expected to edge upwards as economic activity normalises, but it remain benign given the continued spare capacity in the economy and slack in the labour market.

“The outlook, however, continues to be subject to global commodity price developments and some risk from prolonged supply-related disruptions,” it added.

Source: NST Online