Seremban lure for expats


Mont Jade, a new gated housing scheme in the heart of Seremban, has potential to become the most sought-after address among expatriates working here but living in Kuala Lumpur.

Negri Sembilan Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan said some of the expatriates had indicated that they would prefer to stay here if there was adequate housing with security.

Mont Jade, developed by Aspect Potential Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of OSK Property Holdings Bhd, is about 45 minites from Kuala Lumpur City Centre.

OSK executive chairman Datuk Nik Mohamed Din Nik Yusoff said Aspect Potential had revived a 15-year-old abandoned project and turned it into an exclusive, private, secured and gated one to meet the booming demand for upmarket development.

He said there would be 221 freehold bungalows with a starting price of RM455,000, and a 5% discount offered to bumiputras.

“Purchasers can choose from five designs with built-up areas of 2,096 to 4,346 sq ft,” Nik Din said.

He said limited number of units offering a bigger built-up area of 5,959 sq ft was also being offered.

Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan (third from left) chatting with Datuk Nik Mohamed Din Nik Yusoff before the launch of the Mont Jade housing scheme

He said the project would be undertaken in three phases, with 66 units in the first phase, 70 in the second and the rest in the final phase.

“We expect to complete construction within five years. We are confident of encouraging support from the people in Seremban,” he said, adding that the company was investing RM125mil in the project.

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