Nominate your favourites for South East Asia Property Awards (Malaysia)

Mangalesri ChandrasekaranJune 1, 2016

 

The South East Asia Property Awards (Malaysia) 2016, a highly anticipated and prestigious real estate award in the country is just around the corner. It is just about time to nominate your favourite real estate developers and developments!

Organised by Asia’s No. 1 online property group, PropertyGuru, the third annual awards will celebrate Malaysia’s established and emerging developers, with categories covering the condominium, housing, retail, hotel and office developments.

All the eligible entrants will be reviewed by the panel of experts who will determine and announce the official shortlist of nominees by mid-July.

According to PropertyGuru’s Malaysia Property Market Sentiment Survey Report H1 2016, investors are warming up again to the idea of purchasing properties in Malaysia despite the sluggish market.

The return of the South East Asia Property Awards (Malaysia) will provide a much-needed boost for the developers and industry players as they can aid to rebuild investor confidence with their impeccable developments.

Nominations are accepted until 3rd June and entries are accepted up to 10th June. The developers, industry players, consumers and the public are welcome to nominate their favourites, and the result will be announced at a prestigious gala dinner on 11th August, at the InterContinental Kuala Lumpur.

 

To submit nominations and book early bird tickets (offered until 15 June), visit Asia Property Awards

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