UOA sets up Singapore office

New sales gallery and service centre to target S’porean, foreign buyers

MALAYSIAN developer UOA Group has set up an office at Suntec City as it looks to grow the number of Singaporeans and other foreigners who buy its high-end commercial and residential projects.

‘It is a common worry for buyers of properties overseas that there will be poor after-sale services for leasing, sales, repairs and payments, etc,’ said UOA senior general manager David Khor.

‘By having this office and bringing our service standards to them right here in Singapore, buyers can have more confidence in our group.’

‘Singaporeans and (other) foreigners, from countries such as China, make up about 10 per cent of the buyers for our high-end commercial and residential developments. With this property sales gallery and service centre in Singapore, we aim to increase that proportion to 25 per cent,’ Mr Khor added.

Buyers can now attend previews to the group’s property launches at the sales gallery. The new office will also serve as the group’s investor relations office for its shareholders.

UOA is based in Kuala Lumpur. It has a land bank of more than 60 acres with a potential estimated gross development value of RM4 billion (S$1.7 billion) to be realised. Also, its investment portfolio is valued at around RM1.2 billion.

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