PETALING JAYA, 6th November 2013 – In an effort for Perbadanan PR1MA Malaysia (PR1MA) to address the housing needs of the urban middle income group in providing affordable, quality houses and integrated communities nationwide, PR1MA made further strides in delivering on its mandate by touring Sabah this November. PR1MA roadshow will come to Sabah and the details are as follows:-
1. Giant Superstore Sandakan – 8th and 9th November
2. Suria Sabah Shopping Mall, Kota Kinabalu – 15th and 16th November
Booth will be opened from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Everyone is invited to come and learn more about PR1MA and the developments that are in store for Sabahans.
“This roadshow reiterates PR1MA’s commitment in providing affordable quality housing for the middle-income group. We are excited about the potential developments in Sandakan and Kota Kinabalu for the middle income group in Sabah. We hope that with this initial awareness campaign the people in Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, Tawau and Lahad Datu who are looking to own a home would register online,” said Dato’ Abdul Mutalib Alias, Chief Executive Officer, Perbadanan PR1MA Malaysia.
As PR1MA looks to roll out more projects by the end of the year, those who have not registered online are encouraged to do so for the opportunity to own a PR1MA home. To register and get more information on PR1MA Homes, please visit www.pr1ma.my.
To be eligible for a PR1MA Home, applicants must meet several key criteria. Applicants need to be a Malaysian citizen aged 21 years and above, with preference given to residents in the area were the PR1MA development would be built.
They should also have an individual or combined gross household income of between RM2,500 and RM7,500 a month to qualify. Additionally, they should not own more than one property in Malaysia.
Eligible applicants must apply for the balloting of the homes through the PR1MA registration system via www.pr1ma.my. Applicants are also required to submit the relevant documents for screening purposes.
End financing for the homes are to be arranged by the successful applicants themselves. There is a 10-year moratorium, whereby the properties cannot be sold or transferred to another party. The homes must be owner-occupied and no subletting would be allowed.