Based on 1836 units sold preceding 12 mths.
Compound annual growth rate in median price.
Labu is a small town that is located in Seremban in Negeri Sembilan. It was founded in the start of the 19th century and was used by the Japanese as one of their headquarters during World War II. The town has remained underdeveloped but it still has retained its charm. For those who prefer a quieter and secluded lifestyle would find Labu a fitting place to settle down in.
Although Labu is a small town, it is still fairly easy to access. There are a few major roads and highways that connect Labu to its surrounding towns and cities. Jalan Labu, Jalan Seremban – Labu – Nilai, Jalan FELDA LB Johnson, Seremban – Bukit Nenas highway and Jalan Seremban – Port Dickson are among the few roads and highways that residents of Labu can utilize to get to the neighbouring towns and cities. The towns and cities that are connected to Labu through these roads and highways are Mambau, Nilai, Seremban, Sepang and Tiroi.
Labu is a town that is located not far from Seremban town. Although there is not much to do in the small town itself, one can head to Seremban to enjoy some leisure activities alone, with family or with friends. In Seremban, Recreational Park is a must visit when in Seremban. For those who have yet to experience the age old culture of kite flying, they can experience it here where they would be able to enjoy the colourful kites decorating the skies as they fly high and freely in the sky. Families and tourists would be able to enjoy it and even experience it on their own. Apart from that, the magnificent landscape of S2 City Park will be a view to remember. Seremban is a hub for shopping. For those who enjoy doing a little shopping on their holidays or during their free time would enjoy Seremban as there are numerous numbers of malls available. Shopping complexes such as Seremban Parade, Terminal 1, Centre Point, Plaza Ampangan, AEON Jusco Seremban 2, Era Square and Carrefour are among the many that one can go to enjoy a shopping spree.
Labu is a town that is mainly populated by Malays. Those who would love to enjoy traditional Malay Negeri Sembilan dishes would be able to find them in Labu. Apart from that, for those who enjoy cooking and preparing their own meals, there are supermarkets in the area that they can frequent to get their groceries from. Pasar Mini Hup Hin Sdn Bhd, Tesco Extra Seremban 2 and Family Store Taman Jasper Jaya are among the many supermarkets that are available in and around Labu.
Labu is a quiet and relax town to settle down in. There are a variety of amenities that residents can make use of while living in this town. Labu does not lack medical attention either as there is hospitals and clinics in the surrounding area such as KPJ Seremban Specialist Hospital, Seremban Hospital and Poliklinik MUC Labu among many others in the area.
Labu is the perfect location for families to settle down as they have easy access to schools in the surrounding area. SMA Persekutuan Labu, SJK (C) Kampung Baru Batu 8, SJK (T) Ladang Labu Bahagian 1, SK Labu ulu and SMK Dato’ Shahardin are some of the public schools available in Labu.
Labu is an area that is made up of mainly freehold properties. The median price for the properties in Labu is RM 441 k and the median price per square feet of the properties in Labu is RM 245. There are a total of 182 project listings as of now in Labu. This showcases the variety of property type that home owners and investors can browse through to find the one they fancy such as Taman Gading Jaya, Persada Damai and Kampung Felda LBJ.
Buying, selling, or investing property is a very big decision. Even moving to your desired location can sometimes be very emotional. Using data from more than 266 listings in Labu, PropertyGuru aim to help you make the right decisions on selecting property, by providing you helpful news and property statistics such as median and growth in the area, but also our opinion on local neighborhood area.Read More