QUOTE(shadow_bayangan @ Aug 1 2020, 06:38 PM)
Hi Sifus, I had booked a unit at Block B, however recently I have been seeing too many negative reviews from Berjaya customers. I am now concern on these bad reviews eventually happening on myself if I signed the SPA later. At least its not too late if I still decided to cancel the booking.
I really like The Tropika's strategic location. I am aware its maintenance fees is consider very high among most of the condo. With SPA price at RM850k++ I am now worrying if The Tropika actually giving me more trouble like what other Berjaya Customer having.
1) Base on this Link 2 tenants, other than poor workmanship problem (I just ignore this poor workmanship seems like everyone recognize Berjaya has poor workmanship), what really catch my attention is the Washing machine yard water overflows, Both toilet have terrible smell of cockroach infestation, Lift is not working, he had bring this issue more than 5 times to the management, however the management doesn't seems like giving helpful response. Click the link to see the videos & images, you will be surprise to see that disgusting condition, and was happened at Link 2. If not I thought it would be any low cost condo.
From my point of view, if I'm as a future Tropika resident and I am having the same issue, some more I'm paying RM500 every months for maintenance, yet they do not response to my complaints. Am I actually risking myself into endless debts but treating us like had not paying any fees??
2) I also found the same issue for Link 2 commercial retail owners, the shop is flooding many times, they claimed that management requested for high maintenance fees but don really care about the owner/tenants. Their furniture is broken n cant even operate the shop due to floods. I have no idea if the issues has been resolved.
3) Residensi Lanai, most of the units has water leakage issue, grow fungus, many defects. The owners cannot move in because since Feb - July 2020 the developer did not take any action to fix their defects (Sadly it falls under MCO period, but still, berjaya can arrange the contractor after CMCO rite??). Its very frustrated.(I am understand that this is Rumahwip project, however as a consumer I think everyone deserve to receive a quick response and effective services from developer, somemore Berjaya is a reputable developer)
There are too many negative comments in Berjaya Properties Official Facebook Page. I am very dilemma now. If i did not see all these reviews I probably sign the SPA agreement dy. Any berjaya owner can advise?????
base from berjaya past record , yes , it might not be only rm0.42 psf maintenance fees .
1,2) quite bad review for link 2 , from facebook/google review .
better ask from link 2 owner OR commercial shop owner for the flood issues is it settle or havent .
before u make decision , do some homework ur own first .
3) mco period , no choice .
i believe alot developer also affected ,not only berjaya .
i believe no owner can give 100% accurate advise to u on purchasing a property .
somehow i see u did some homework already before it ,
maybe u should walk-in ur own to all shops & ask about it .
Or ask agent bring u to view link 2 unit first before u make decision on tropika .
Good luck !