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Another 10 owners receive keys to Palm Condominium
Published on: Tuesday, August 30, 2022
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Lau and his family members receiving the keys from Susan (fourth left).
Lau and his family members receiving the keys from Susan (fourth left).
Kota Kinabalu: The developer of  The Palm Condominium, WSG Group handed out another 10 keys to the respective buyers from here, Sipitang, Labuan and Iraq, among others, recently.

Its managing director Datuk Susan Wong said all of them had expressed satisfaction of the spacious layout of the condominium units and convenience of having extensive amenities nearby. 

Lau, 78, and his wife Chong Nyuk Choon said Susan’s credibility as a property developer and her workmanship were the main factors that contributed to his purchase of the condominium. 

Lau, who hails from Keningau, said he often passes by Kinarut on his travel to the State Capital for business purposes. 

“I purchased a shoplot soon after the groundbreaking ceremony of the Palm Square because I have confidence in the quality of properties developed by the WSG Group,” he said.

When the company launched The Palm Condominium, he immediately bought a unit without hesitation due to the comprehensive facilities provided. 

Lau said he has no qualms about buying properties developed by Susan because the latter is a perfectionist and often personally handles issues raised by customers. 

Another buyer Ridwan Mokhtar, 39, previously worked as a mechanical engineer with Petronas in Sembulan before he was transferred to Iraq. 

He returns to Kota Kinabalu every month. In 2014, he bought a double-storey terrace house at Rose Garden, also developed by the WSG Group. Upon knowing the company is building The Palm Condominium, he immediately purchased two units to be rented out as short-term accommodation. 

“The location of the condominium is very strategic and near to the airport, which is convenient for me as I fly all the time.

“Another reason I bought the condominium is because of the comfortable living environment and facilities such as the swimming pool and gymnasium.”

Meanwhile, Mohd Kasmin Kasim, 36, said he likes the environment and facilities at condominium, not to mention the variety of stores and supermarkets within walking distance. 

As for Cham Sieu Cuen, 32, who is a nurse at Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), said she purchased a unit at the condominium to make it easier for her to visit her parents in Beaufort every week. 

“I have searched high and low for a home before finally deciding on The Palm Condominium. 

“The condominium offers residents the convenience of having the amenities nearby, such as KFC, 24-hour convenience stores, supermarkets, clinic and coffee shop. 

“My father is keen to stay here and enjoy the view for a few months,” she said, adding that the condominium is her first home. 

Rozalia Marubin, 32, a nurse at Sabah Women and Children Hospital in Likas, said the reason she bought a unit was because she wants to live nearer to her parents in Beaufort and the airport. 

Yuzneeza Yazid, 37, from Negeri Sembilan, was transferred to Sabah in 2009, where she served at QEH before being assigned to work as a doctor at the Women’s Prison in Kota Kinabalu. 

She had searched many places for a perfect home before deciding to buy The Palm Condominium owing to its extensive facilities, spacious unit, and reasonable price and close proximity to the airport and mosque. 

Irwan Ishas, 39, said he was attracted to the sea view at condominium and its close proximity to the airport. 

More importantly, he said the WSG Group always provides excellent service to its buyers.  

Also present was WSG Group director Vanessa Wong. 

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