Semenyih no longer a sleepy hollow
Sonia Ramachandran | 19 May 2017 00:30

Once a backwater in rural Selangor, Semenyih has transformed into a desirable property location in recent years, especially for those looking for affordable quality landed homes.


The ready availability of land, reasonable prices, accessibility and infrastructure developments are some of the reasons Semenyih is considered one of the hotspots to look out for this year, say property experts.


They add that the presence of Nottingham University’s Malaysian campus there is also a major pull factor that stirs the interest of developers.


Raine and Horne International Zaki & Partners Sdn Bhd partner James Tan Keen Meng tells FocusM that big developers such as SP Setia Bhd and Eco World Development Group Bhd have chosen Semenyih for their developments because “the southern corridor is the next growth area”.

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