Under the new strata management act, all car parks must be allocated by the developer and approved by relevant authorities before the developer can begin the selling process. No changes to car park bays can be made after the submission.
All car parks have been allocated to the respective units for SIFUS and Schedule of Parcel. No changes can be made after the submission.
You may submit an enquiry to Property Management for permission to rent a car park bay (usually using the visitor car park).
No. The allocated car park bay is deemed as part of your parcel purchase in the Sales Purchase Agreement (SPA).
Owners are not allowed to keep any pets within the building. You may refer to the Owner’s Handbook for more information.
No. All clothing, textile, towels, and linen are not allowed to be seen hanging on the balcony and building common area. You may refer to the Owner’s handbook for more information.
Land Title Ownership
MOT also known as Form 14A, is required where the Land Title will be transferred from the developer or seller to the buyer. It comes with a stamp duty charge.
POT is an essential legal document setting out where a property purchase has been made, but before the Strata title has been issued.
POC is required when a property owner obtains a home loan to purchase the property. It is another title transfer document covering the transfer of ownership to the bank.
Due to safety reasons, the public is not allowed to enter the project site during the construction period. Purchasers can view the construction progress photos through our SkyConnect App and the project website.
Updates are available through the SWC app where you are able to view the construction progress photos or you may also refer to the project website.
A Maintenance Fee is collected monthly by Property Management as a pull fund for daily repairs and upkeep around the building. The total expenditure will be split among all owners based on the built-up size (in sqm).
The Maintenance fee will be used to cover the costs of security guard service, electricity and water for common areas, cleaning services, landscape services, lift maintenance and minor repair works on common property.
A Sinking fund is collected monthly by Property Management and kept in a separate account for maintenance fees and reserved to cater for emergencies and major works such as building painting or major refurbishment works.
It is set at 10% of the total maintenance fee charged to your unit.
Quit rent is the land tax imposed on private properties by the state governments in Malaysia. It is billed annually and requires property owners to pay by the 31st of May each year.
Parcel rent also known as cukai petak was introduced in 2018 to replace quit rent for strata properties. The payment for a strata building is divided between all the owners of parcels and it is charged directly to individual owner.
Quit rent = Property Size X State Rate The rate differs in each state.You may check the quit rent amount at the Pejabat Tanah Galian webpage.
Assessment tax, also known as Cukai Taksiran in Malay is a local land tax collected by local councils to develop and maintain local infrastructure and services.
Annual Rental Value X Rate= Yearly Assessment Rate Imposed. Assessment Tax is calculated based on the estimated annual rental value of your property and will be collected by 2 payments across the year – the first before the end of February(for Jan – June payment) and the second before the end of August(for Jul – Dec payment).
Residensi Wilayah is an affordable home for middle-income earners who were born, residing, and working in the Federal Territory.
Malaysian citizens aged 21 and above may apply.
Priority is given to first-time home buyers in Wilayah Persekutuan.
Priority is given to applicants who are currently working and living in Wilayah Persekutuan.
Gross household income for the individual applicant can be no more than RM10, 000 per month; while a combined household income can be no more than RM15, 000 per month.
The head of household is eligible for only ONE unit of RESIDENSI WILAYAH in WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN.
Applicants who have never been declared insolvent.
Applicants are not allowed to sell their RESIDENSI WILAYAH home or transfer ownership within 10 years after the purchase without any permission from the government except to heirs e.g.spouse or children only.
Applications can be made online at https://residensiwilayah.kwp.gov.my. The applicant should ensure that the email address is accurate as all notifications will be sent via email.
Yes, provided that the applicant has no other property/residence in the Federal Territories and is subject to terms and conditions that are in effect from time to time.
RESIDENSI WILAYAH requires a restriction of sale for 10 years from the date of the first Sale and Purchase Agreement signed.