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billycomeback
post May 7 2007, 07:02 PM


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Has anyone heard of this project in Shah Alam? I went to see the show houses there recently and some of the build up areas where people have moved in. I was impressed with the overall layout of the area.

Was wondering what people think about it as I am interested in owning a house there someday. blush.gif

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Setia Alam project is under their Klang Valley area.
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post May 9 2007, 12:23 AM


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it is very good project i would say.but abit too far for me , for now.
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post May 9 2007, 12:30 AM


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QUOTE(billycomeback @ May 7 2007, 07:02 PM)
Has anyone heard of this project in Shah Alam? I went to see the show houses there recently and some of the build up areas where people have moved in. I was impressed with the overall layout of the area.

Was wondering what people think about it as I am interested in owning a house there someday.  blush.gif

Setia Homes website

Setia Alam project is under their Klang Valley area.
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<<Was wondering what people think about it as I am interested in owning a house there someday. blush.gif >>

For what purpose?? To live or invest??

Somehow, I believe Bukit Tinggi is better.

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post May 9 2007, 09:43 PM


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QUOTE(dreamer101 @ May 9 2007, 12:30 AM)
<<Was wondering what people think about it as I am interested in owning a house there someday.  blush.gif >>

For what purpose?? To live or invest??

Somehow, I believe Bukit Tinggi is better.

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More for living actually. But I will check out Bukit Tinggi when I have the time.
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post May 9 2007, 09:58 PM


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I personally had did booking on it. Me too hunting for property and of course with limit budget. I had check bkt raja and setia alam. Both is just beside but is difference by its municipal, shah alam and klang.
What impress me with SA is the well develop plan and the traffic design. You don't see longkang or any poll there except lamp post. The road between houses is very wide. Density is good, near to NKVE but pay toll lar.
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post May 24 2007, 07:31 PM


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post May 24 2007, 09:22 PM


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post May 28 2007, 06:24 PM


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setia alam got good potential .....better be there...
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post May 29 2007, 09:30 PM


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The cheapest house is 18x65, now the price is around 202k. New launch will be above 220k but slightly bigger built up area. The house design is not so great, if compare with others. For those lower price houses, they gave those power points and tv points very few. Imagine single tv point, and phone, no bell point or water heater, only single ac point.
Only thing is the area is plan by one developer, means the town planing is based on research and good planning before they decide where to buid what and what to build. If compare like other town area. There will be a lot of developers, some built a bit like this and like that , then this and that. It will makes the town area became congested.
They build thouse in quite a big area where there are walking path and good and simple landscape. One big park for resident, and a football field as well. Schools are also planed in the town area. Not bad if you won't feel bad on the toll and distance.

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post Jun 7 2007, 11:17 PM


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Setia Alam is the best la, actually anything Setia is worth buying.

Why am I promoting? Because I've bought some Setia shares lo. LOL.

But seriously, at least you know it's a very solid company. The CEO and the COO are geniuses.

CEO is from Johor. Any Johor lang here?

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post Jun 8 2007, 08:51 AM


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flipped on the sun (tuesday, i think) just now. sp setia ecopark won an international fiabci award. proud of malaysia.



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QUOTE(quintessential @ Jun 8 2007, 08:51 AM)
flipped on the sun (tuesday, i think) just now. sp setia ecopark won an international fiabci award. proud of malaysia.
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That true they did win.... not bad...

Anyway I think SP Setia is a reliable developer and I've seen their housing development in Puchong.

The residential area is nice planted with lots of greenery and a big central park together with several smaller niche playgrounds close to houses thumbup.gif

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post Jun 9 2007, 07:16 PM


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And all of their houses use clay bricks instead of sand bricks, therefore pushing up the construction cost.
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post Jun 9 2007, 09:35 PM


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QUOTE(sellihcA2005 @ Jun 9 2007, 07:16 PM)
And all of their houses use clay bricks instead of sand bricks, therefore pushing up the construction cost.
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Whats the difference between clay bricks and sand bricks?
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post Jun 10 2007, 12:26 AM


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I thought only cheaper houses use sand brick. But I think most of the terrace using clay brick. I know clay brick is much hot becoz it easily adsorb heat. Correct me if wrong.
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QUOTE(smwah @ Jun 9 2007, 08:26 AM)
I thought only cheaper houses use sand brick. But I think most of the terrace using clay brick. I know clay brick is much hot becoz it easily adsorb heat. Correct me if wrong.
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I think sand bricks are not as strong... flex.gif <--not professional advice.





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QUOTE(billycomeback @ May 7 2007, 07:02 PM)
Has anyone heard of this project in Shah Alam? I went to see the show houses there recently and some of the build up areas where people have moved in. I was impressed with the overall layout of the area.

Was wondering what people think about it as I am interested in owning a house there someday.  blush.gif

Setia Homes website

Setia Alam project is under their Klang Valley area.
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we bought a semi-d at Ecopark and will move in later this year. very impressed with the masterplan for Eco-park and hopefully, the home prices will continue to appreciate.
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Good area and house smile.gif recommended for all price is getting up my friends bought 150k house now the price already 195k just only 1 year
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have seen this at Mapex.......the location = after the TTDI Jaya rite...... hmm.gif
terrace from 250k....hmmm.....
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QUOTE(limboonsiang @ Jun 7 2007, 11:17 PM)
Setia Alam is the best la, actually anything Setia is worth buying.

Why am I promoting? Because I've bought some Setia shares lo. LOL.

But seriously, at least you know it's a very solid company. The CEO and the COO are geniuses.

CEO is from Johor. Any Johor lang here?

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Hehe i m Johor lang actually batu pahat lah, and i've bought a unit there last august. Will be getting my keys this nov/dec. I think it'll be a great place to stay lah. Good planning and development, house price oso considered ok (when i bought my unit last year, now a bit expensive), and it's got potential to grow biggrin.gif

Anyone interested to buy please add me as referer hehe, i will get electrical appliances for free haha biggrin.gif
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