Seremban

Median Price

RM 895k

Based on 32292 units sold preceding 12 mths.

Annual Growth

7.9%

Compound annual growth rate in median price.

Seremban is a beautiful city and the capital of Negeri Sembilan. Seremban was previously named Sungei Ujong after a river nearby and was discovered due to the existence of tin ore. After being renamed as Seremban, the town developed not only as a mining area but also as a business centre. The development of the Keretapi Tanah Melayu electrified commuter network, KTM Komuter, allowed the connection to neighbouring towns such as Rembau and Tampin to the south of Negeri Sembilan. Seremban was actually recently announced as a city on 20 January 2020.

Seremban is a city that is the main link to other towns and cities in the vicinity. The road network in Seremban is vast as it connects Seremban to other states such as Kuala Lumpur with ease. Federal Route, the oldest major roadway that runs through Seremban, connects the major towns and cities of the West Coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It helps as a connector to neighbouring towns such as Kajang, Selangor to the north. Through Seremban – Port Dickson Highway (SPDH), Seremban is connected to the well-known coastal town of Port Dickson. Other routes such as North South Expressway and Kajang- Seremban Highway are also available and links through Seremban.

Seremban is a beautiful city that has managed to retain its charm despite many years that has passed. Seeremban 2 Recreational Park is a must visit when in Seremban. For those who have yet to experience the age old culture of kite flying 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 city known for the variety of cuisines available. Various dishes from Malay, Chinese and Indian background can be easily located in Seremban. There are also dishes of Minangkabau origin that one can enjoy in this beautiful city of Seremban. Living in Seremban can truly be a beautiful experience. One can also get their groceries with ease as the options for groceries as big. There are supermarkets such as Tesco, The Store and Econsave that provide large options for fresh produce and dry produce that one can choose from.

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, Carrefour are one of the many that one can go to enjoy a shopping spree. Apart from that, one can get groceries from spots such as Tesco Extra and Giant Hypermarket where there are diverse options for produce be it fresh, wet or dry.

Seremban has come a long way from when a tin ore mining spot. Many entertainment industry and recreational spots have popped up to make the small city a lively one. Schools have also been growing in a vast number and quality. International and public schools that have been pushing the quality of education have been developing over the years. International schools such as Zenith International School, UCSI International School Springhill and Nilai International Schools are one of the many options that are in Seremban and in the surrounding area of Seremban. Apart from international schools, public schools such as SMK Methodist ACS, SMK King George V and SK St Paul can also be considered when looking for schools.

Properties in Seremban are mainly freehold properties. The median price for the properties in Seremban stands at RM 1,038 k while the median price per square feet stands at RM 201. There are a total of 3,112 projects as of now in Seremban. This showcases the variety of property type that home owners and investors can browse through to find the one they fancy such as Semaya @ Iringan Bayu Seremban, Rimbun Impian @ Seremban 2 Heights, Embun @ Bandar Ainsdale, Rimbun Alam and Hijayu Aman @ Bandar Sri Sendayan.

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