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Park View Residences @ Juru Auto-City

May 25th, 2011 Leave a comment

Park View Residences, a new gated and guarded residential development strategically located next to Juru Auto-City. It is only 1km from the Juru Toll and mere minutes drive from the Penang Bridge.

This project comprises of 2-storey semi-detached, 2-storey clustered semi-detached and 3-storey bungalow houses. The Residence Clubhouse will be able to cater to all your recreational and leisure requirements.

(This project was formally known as Greenpark Avenue / Green View Park)

Project Name : Park View Residences
Location : Juru, Penang
Property Type : 2-storey Semi-D, Clustered Semi-D and 3-storey Bungalow
Indicative Price : RM438,000 onwards
Developer : Seraimas Bina (X-Scan)
Contact Number : 04-398 9100

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  1. strawberry
    February 27th, 2013 at 12:20 | #1

    i’m new here. Looking for a house less than 600k which convenience for my sons to kindy and primary chinese school. any good recommended area house? Tq

  2. chan
    March 2nd, 2013 at 15:38 | #2

    @strawberry
    Chinese primany school & kinddy is not a problem around this area. About 5-10min driving distance. Even jit sin high school is not far away

  3. T
    March 2nd, 2013 at 18:01 | #3

    traffic is a big problem, jam pack with trailer during rush hour. if can come through crest ultrasonic then will be better

  4. Kim
    March 2nd, 2013 at 23:14 | #4

    @strawberry
    Pls read through the comments before consider this project. There are many projects near BM and Alma area that you may want to consider. Tq.

  5. Johnny
    March 6th, 2013 at 22:03 | #5

    Is this project directly underneath the high tension cable?
    I drove pass the site today and from what I saw, basically the high tension cable seems to be located exactly on the vacant land.

  6. Chee H
    March 10th, 2013 at 19:37 | #6

    This project should be named as cable view park. Horrible view and don’t know how on earth this project gets d approval. I don’t think anyone sensible will even consider this project. Probably this project will never be completed as many buyers have pulled out.

  7. Lily
    March 22nd, 2013 at 13:27 | #7

    Anyone know when we can get the OC? I saw the project is progressing fast.

  8. jill
    March 25th, 2013 at 14:53 | #8

    some of the units are 100m away from the nearest HT cables…based on the sales people, 100m is considered safe for people to stay..if this is correct, then it should be fine but just the view would not be nice though…heard early bird is about 400K to 420K for semi d…

  9. Y
    March 25th, 2013 at 15:41 | #9

    @jill

    Earlier research showed that high-voltage lines could give out a weak
    magnetic field extending for about 60 metres. This was equivalent to
    about 1% of the earth’s existing magnetic field. It could not explain
    why the risk of leukaemia was as great for a child living nearly 200
    metres from a line as for one living directly beneath one.

  10. Kl lim
    April 16th, 2013 at 20:17 | #10

    What is happening to this project?

  11. Ooi lk
    April 18th, 2013 at 22:51 | #11

    Good location.. I passed by the project site yesterday. Any sub-sale units available?

  12. Tian
    April 29th, 2013 at 19:25 | #12

    I want to offload my 2storey semi d type B1 for 700k. Pls leave me your contact for those interested.

  13. Tan
    May 1st, 2013 at 14:15 | #13

    @Tian
    What your house plot no?

  14. Tian
    May 1st, 2013 at 17:48 | #14

    Plot number 165 type b1. Interested?

  15. Darryl
    May 1st, 2013 at 17:50 | #15

    When can get OC? Looks very impressive with a great location and gng concept.

  16. MK Tan
    May 12th, 2013 at 13:39 | #16

    @Tian
    So we are neighbour, me and my family 162 163 164

  17. KL Tan
    May 26th, 2013 at 14:08 | #17

    @Y
    Please name the researchers and the title of the book(s) you’ve read as you claimed on the high voltage cables, otherwise you’re just making a mountain out of a mole hill! Don’t bull shit as I doubts very much that you re a learned person!

  18. Joe
    June 22nd, 2013 at 15:18 | #18

    Went to see the site.. I feel pity for the buyers.. The unethical developer who build the houses near to the high tension cable should be brought to be responsible for any health issues suffered by the residents.. This is one of the most pathetic project I have ever seen recently.

  19. Y
    June 30th, 2013 at 12:57 | #19

    @kl tan

    You go and fine yourself since you are one of the buyer.. A simple google will give you all the details…

  20. Sarjeet
    July 11th, 2013 at 23:42 | #20

    Saw advertisement that low cost flats will be built adjacent to this project. Anyone have info?

  21. tan
    July 14th, 2013 at 12:14 | #21

    The land so mahal. How can build low cost flat ? @Sarjeet

  22. Sarjeet
    July 14th, 2013 at 12:42 | #22

    @Tan
    I don’t think the land here expensive. This place has all the problems like high tension cable, quarry and foreign neighbourhood. So, it makes to build low cost flats.. Also, saw that the flat construction already started.

  23. YES
    August 14th, 2013 at 13:36 | #23

    i have one b1 type semi d to sell, anyone interested? please give me your email and i will
    send you the details and price. thanks

  24. KL Tan
    August 23rd, 2013 at 22:52 | #24

    @YES
    Am interested if the price is reasonable and the location is to my like. Email me lot number at tankalock@yahoo.com

  25. YES
    August 26th, 2013 at 21:56 | #25

    @KL Tan
    email sent to you…

  26. tan
    September 3rd, 2013 at 07:40 | #26

    Price? Which lot ? @YES

  27. tan
    September 3rd, 2013 at 07:42 | #27

    mohkeetwp@hotmail.com @YES

  28. oelim
    September 6th, 2013 at 11:14 | #28

    @YES

    To : YES, pls forward detail price/lot of B1 type semi-d to me, oelim@yahoo.com

  29. YES
    September 10th, 2013 at 12:16 | #29

    @tan

    @oelim
    sent to both of you…thanks

  30. Kevin
    September 11th, 2013 at 18:27 | #30

    Is this project still takes off? Heard OC cannot pass due to the quarry and health hazardous of high tension cable. True?

  31. May Kuan
    September 11th, 2013 at 19:03 | #31

    sometimes i feel weird about buyers, that is:
    when the original house area with no high voltage cables around & TNB come & plan to build one, many residences will come out to protest & object;

    when developer build the houses on the area near the high voltage cables (eg: Park View), many buyers no objection & accept to buy, of course, they do not thinking side effect & defend their decision is right. Finally, developer is the winner.

  32. YES
    September 11th, 2013 at 20:32 | #32

    @May Kuan
    hi may, you might think i am a bit biased but since this project is approved by the authorities i am sure this has been taken into consideration…there should be limit on the distance between the cable and house….

    @Kevin
    never heard of it so far from anyone including developer…they build quite fast as this developer is very resourceful….but i will check it out regarding this OC issue… thanks

  33. KLT
    September 20th, 2013 at 16:04 | #33

    YES :
    i have one b1 type semi d to sell, anyone interested? please give me your email and i will
    send you the details and price. thanks

    Hi Mr,
    Thanks for your offer for the B1 type semi-D. The price offered was a bit high side RM600k. Lately I had an offer to buy the A1 corner unit Lot No:16 large compound for RM670k with 5 rooms. Anyway thanks a lot. Bye.

  34. YES
    September 20th, 2013 at 17:32 | #34

    @KLT
    No problem…happy house hunting…

  35. Chocolate
    September 25th, 2013 at 22:43 | #35

    Went to the area today…Ohh gosh! Can not believe the entrance just below the high tension cable..Can not imagine how the developer obtain the approval from MPSP to develop the area?? Mainland no more land? Have to built house in the area?

    Hope years later there is another route to PVR.

  36. Tian Cho
    September 30th, 2013 at 16:48 | #36

    Yes, this is the most pathetic project I have ever seen in my more than decade experience in buying and selling properties. Can’t believe how can buyers make such a decision to buy this project.. The developer is the winner at the end and feel sorry for the buyers…

  37. Rose
    October 19th, 2013 at 17:09 | #37

    @Tian
    Heard some buyers are letting go the unit below the original price to cut loses. Feel sorry for them.

  38. KLT
    October 19th, 2013 at 17:22 | #38

    Rose :
    @Tian
    Heard some buyers are letting go the unit below the original price to cut loses. Feel sorry for them.

    Rose: If what you claimed is true, ask your seller friends to contact me as I am interested to BUY any unit selling below cost. You are smart enough to use the word “HEARD” ? Anyone who want to sell their unit(s) below cost please contact me. Thank you, My email is: kltan@polysun.com.my

  39. Chocolate
    October 19th, 2013 at 17:25 | #39

    Contact me too if anyone wants to sell below the initial selling price, i dont mind to buy too even so close with the HT cable, slowly can become ironman mar..

  40. KLT
    October 19th, 2013 at 17:30 | #40

    Rose :
    @Tian
    Heard some buyers are letting go the unit below the original price to cut loses. Feel sorry for them.Just for your information, I have just purchased a corner unit Lot No:16 , type A1 and am willing to purchase additional units if the price is below cost. Thanks.

  41. Risky
    October 19th, 2013 at 17:36 | #41

    @Chocolate

    Ironman becomes magnecticman and slowly heart-attack man !!!

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    October 19th, 2013 at 17:41 | #42

    My own opinion I don’t think that got seller can let go below original price haha

  43. KLT
    October 19th, 2013 at 17:43 | #43

    Chocolate :
    Contact me too if anyone wants to sell below the initial selling price, i dont mind to buy too even so close with the HT cable, slowly can become ironman mar..

    …Just for your information, the opposite big piece of empty land initially planned for the second phase have been approved for the luxury condo project by another developer. Autocity also plans to build chalets for tourists and invited well known food outlets built at the nearby areas. It’s a very good and high potential investment worth. Confirmed.

  44. Chocolate
    October 19th, 2013 at 18:15 | #44

    Confirmed??? Wow..

    May be good for commercial but don’t think good for residency.

  45. lalazai
    October 19th, 2013 at 19:33 | #45

    last time seraimas bina staff told me that HT cable distance 100m then consider safe, and their company build low cost flat opposite this project, then sold nearby land to another company with 4X original price and comfirm said that condo price at least 400psf due to expensive land they bought

  46. lalazai
    October 19th, 2013 at 19:35 | #46

    any 1 sell with original price pls contact me, no nid sell below orinigal price ==, my email leebc84@hotmail.com

  47. Chocolate
    October 19th, 2013 at 20:10 | #47

    Lala, pls Q ya.. I am in front of u..:)

    Anyway who is the developer bought over the land?

  48. ad
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    October 19th, 2013 at 20:12 | #48

    Yup. kLT I heard from my friend too as what you mention the another piece of land already sold to other developer from KL

  49. ad
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    October 19th, 2013 at 20:18 | #49

    Actually phase 2 suppose build by seraimas but as I listen from my friend due to the offer price good so they sold to 1 of the developer from KL. But what project to be plan no idea

  50. KLT
    October 19th, 2013 at 22:18 | #50

    Chocolate :
    Confirmed??? Wow..
    May be good for commercial but don’t think good for residency.

    The project will be gated and guarded thereby with the commercial activities are just outside the gated premises. With commercial activities and happenings within the auto-city area, all facilities like Banking, automobile, restaurants, pharmacy, telecommunication, sundries, etc the value of assets will definitely appreciate. The newly built 5-storey walk up flats and its Flat shop-lot at the ground floor, I believed also a good investment as it cost about RM270K. The corner unit facing the main road shop-lot No:1 is mine for investment. The rental for the existing 3 storey shop office (at/near Nasmir hotel) in Auto City cost RM5500-RM6000. The Ground floor alone cost about RM4000 monthly rental. Maybe you should consider for investment if there is any unit left? I may be wrong!. God knows?

  51. tan
    October 20th, 2013 at 11:42 | #51

    In the begin all people say this place very bad very dangerous.
    But now say got below original price, the one who say very dangerous now he wan to buy it too.

  52. tan
    October 20th, 2013 at 11:45 | #52

    Someone say seraimas sell to kl developer cheap cheap only coz of the ht cable ????
    Who right ?? Only seraimas and the buyer know.@ad

  53. tan
    October 20th, 2013 at 11:55 | #53

    What the result u all find from net ?? 100meter already safe ?

  54. Why
    October 20th, 2013 at 12:07 | #54

    @tan

    Expensive dangerous but cheap can consider, might not be dangerous!!!.
    Just like car with the same size and cc of Nissan Almera 1500 cc, years
    ago was considered under-powered. But today its good not under-
    powered, Why ? Cheap because it’s Nissan in that sense.

  55. Chocolate
    October 20th, 2013 at 12:08 | #55

    http://www.safespaceprotection.com/electrostress-from-power-lines.aspx

    Read the article if this is your concern.

  56. Chocolate
    October 20th, 2013 at 12:10 | #56

    tan :
    What the result u all find from net ?? 100meter already safe ?

    Search “safespaceprotection.com” if u want to know more.

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    October 20th, 2013 at 14:47 | #57

    Every place have their positive n negatif side see what buyer requirement .

  58. Boon Huat
    October 20th, 2013 at 17:47 | #58

    @KL Tan
    You must be a developer’s proxy to keep defending and promoting the place.. This place has all the negativities, stop defending and give wrong impression to the rest of the forum users. This forum is meant for open and critical discussion so that the potential buyers will benefit, not developers. Please be mindful.

  59. KLT
    October 20th, 2013 at 18:22 | #59

    @Boon Huat
    KLT is not a proxy of the developer but investor as I’ve purchased 2 units fore seeing the potential there. A lot of so called educated persons having inferiority complex like giving negative and unsubstantiated remarks on most projects even without knowing the cause and effect of what they are talking. However, in any forum it’s your rights to criticize and give low marks for any project but please do it in a more Professional way with some research work references with data from recognized institute quoted to prove your concern not just hearsay this and hearsay from that! Sorry if you don’t agree.

  60. lalazai
    October 20th, 2013 at 20:39 | #60

    Chocolate :

    tan :What the result u all find from net ?? 100meter already safe ?

    Search “safespaceprotection.com” if u want to know more.

    after read the web look like dangerous such increase cancer, stunted growth….that HT cable how much kv line? if 765kv line distance 2km only consider safe…zzz

  61. Chocolate
    October 20th, 2013 at 20:50 | #61

    You can opt not to trust the research actually as some said 400m is save enough. But to me, i wouldn’t bet my healthy. As i said before, you earn RM300K but in the end u give to doctor.

    Anyway who plan to sale below original price still can contact me, i will still buy..hehehh..rent out to foreigner or nearby engineer also not bad!

  62. Kim
    October 20th, 2013 at 21:25 | #62

    Yes, we can rent out to Bangla… Only they don’t care abt the health hszardous..

  63. Eddie
    October 25th, 2013 at 08:16 | #63

    Anyone wanna sell at original SPA price ?? I am interested …

  64. KLT
    October 26th, 2013 at 21:17 | #64

    tan :
    Someone say seraimas sell to kl developer cheap cheap only coz of the ht cable ????
    Who right ?? Only seraimas and the buyer know.@ad

    Use a little bit of common sense and we hope you’re not that naive as an Investor!

  65. Jurusun
    November 2nd, 2013 at 23:20 | #65

    Kim :
    Yes, we can rent out to Bangla… Only they don’t care abt the health hszardous..

    The gated and guarded High End Houses with facilities in the PVR will not be rented out to Bangladesh/Indonesians by SANE purchasers. Maybe you, YOU may!

  66. Jurusun
    November 3rd, 2013 at 09:36 | #66

    Rose :
    @Tian
    Heard some buyers are letting go the unit below the original price to cut loses. Feel sorry for them.

    tan :
    Someone say seraimas sell to kl developer cheap cheap only coz of the ht cable ????
    Who right ?? Only seraimas and the buyer know.@ad

    Anyone, if really any, want to sell their unit(s) at original cost please contact us, (0124751552 Mr. KL). Until now only talks that many wanted to sell their units but no truth in it. Most of the sellers want to sell at high price, about 40% higher than the original price. I was told that Serimas is willing to buy back any non bumi unit at the original price if any purchasers want to sell back to them as all the non bumi have been sold.

  67. HouseHunter
    November 3rd, 2013 at 13:10 | #67

    The price in Park View Residences generally have appreciated by 15% to 30% depends on the units’ location. Have checked with developer and confirmed many outstanding customers wanted to purchase the Semi Detached units but the Bungalow still have several units due to high price. The project was almost 90% completed as we went to the site yesterday.

  68. Buyer in Penang
    November 4th, 2013 at 16:38 | #68

    After the site inspection yesterday, I believe that’s a good and high potential investment as compared to the Juru Height., Cendana, Seri Juru, Seri Delima. But the sample house having some cracks and sunk at the outside wall!. Other than that is very OK. Anyone who want to sell their unit with 5% profit margin gain please leave your email to contact.

  69. Gong song
    November 4th, 2013 at 19:26 | #69

    Willing to let go w 50k profit…@Buyer in Penang

  70. Harrier
    November 10th, 2013 at 09:36 | #70

    Gong song :
    Willing to let go w 50k profit…@Buyer in Penang

    Can you let me know which unit number? When is the OC?

  71. tan
    November 10th, 2013 at 10:53 | #71

    @Harrier
    OC I think end of 2014

  72. Harrier
    November 24th, 2013 at 17:36 | #72

    KLT :

    tan :
    Someone say seraimas sell to kl developer cheap cheap only coz of the ht cable ????
    Who right ?? Only seraimas and the buyer know.@ad

    Use a little bit of common sense and we hope you’re not that naive as an Investor!

    Jurusun :

    Rose :
    @Tian
    Heard some buyers are letting go the unit below the original price to cut loses. Feel sorry for them.

    tan :
    Someone say seraimas sell to kl developer cheap cheap only coz of the ht cable ????
    Who right ?? Only seraimas and the buyer know.@ad

    Anyone, if really any, want to sell their unit(s) at original cost please contact us, (0124751552 Mr. KL). Until now only talks that many wanted to sell their units but no truth in it. Most of the sellers want to sell at high price, about 40% higher than the original price. I was told that Serimas is willing to buy back any non bumi unit at the original price if any purchasers want to sell back to them as all the non bumi have been sold.

    Anyone who are willing to part their units, we are willing to pay 5% profit against the purchase price. Kindly let us know or inform the developer’s office as we have given our contact to the office. Thanks

  73. Andy Yap
    December 1st, 2013 at 16:06 | #73

    What is happening with this cable view project? When can get OC?

  74. Goh Chok Tong, Kulim
    December 1st, 2013 at 21:07 | #74

    Anyone willing to sell their unit in the Park View Residences please leave your contact and unit number here as we are interested to own one. We don’t mind paying about RM40 K extra for the Semi-D houses to cover your interest and legal fees. Only serious sellers please. No broker permitted.

  75. Rose
    December 1st, 2013 at 21:37 | #75

    Guys, not bad that there r still people interested in this project… Pls go and see the site yourself before decide to take up the sub-sales unit… I don’t think ppl with the right frame of mind will ever consider this project due to the close proximity of the HT cables and potential health hazardous…

  76. Weng Keen
    December 1st, 2013 at 21:40 | #76

    @Goh
    Pls leave your contact details and will call you… I can get you units at this place…

  77. Tan Gee Peng-Sg Lembu
    December 1st, 2013 at 21:46 | #77

    Went to the project site today as the 2 overhead bridges were passable from Pensonic laterite road entrance, most of the SD houses were completed and checked with site manager that all SD houses were sold out except Bungalow units. Was told that one SD corner-unit lot (land area 3038 sf) was re-sold to a Penang buyer for RM765K lately. Too expensive can’t afford to buy at this location in Auto City!!. The standard SD units were re-sold for RM520 to 600 K!. Penang-lang again buying again without checking the mainland property market prices!.

  78. Chan Chu Kong-Penang
    December 1st, 2013 at 22:03 | #78

    Rose :
    Guys, not bad that there r still people interested in this project… Pls go and see the site yourself before decide to take up the sub-sales unit… I don’t think ppl with the right frame of mind will ever consider this project due to the close proximity of the HT cables and potential health hazardous…

    Hi Rose,

    With your Professional Experiences in the mainland property survey/evaluation, can you recommend any project nearer to Penang Island for family stay/investment. Please bear in mind that we’re working class people and can afford around RM700 K only property. The location must be one of the best facilities for family conveniences on the mainland. ie. shopping, banks, market, school, travelling, public transport, clinic etc2 Penangites. Thanks.

  79. Fair Chinaman
    December 2nd, 2013 at 21:49 | #79

    Rose :
    @Tian
    Heard some buyers are letting go the unit below the original price to cut loses. Feel sorry for them.

    Rose :
    Guys, not bad that there r still people interested in this project… Pls go and see the site yourself before decide to take up the sub-sales unit… I don’t think ppl with the right frame of mind will ever consider this project due to the close proximity of the HT cables and potential health hazardous…

    Hello Friends,
    Can you trust this Pasar Malam Rose for advice! She/He seemed to have inferiority complex and a rejects and not fit to comment on the valued property. She/He is more suitable in the Pasar Pagi/malam road side advisor. U are A fool in the eyes of the public! Rose!

  80. Uncle Wong
    December 2nd, 2013 at 23:11 | #80

    @fair chinaman
    Good catch but Don’t waste your time with this project.You may get some return but cannot be a good return due to all the negative factors of this project.Uncle personally evaluate and monitor this project since its inception.It’s better for us to focus on something that can appreciate and yield better return.
    Good luck!

  81. Rose
    December 5th, 2013 at 09:37 | #81

    @Fairchinaman
    Are you saying this is a great investment? Pls stop insulting people and admit your mistake if you have made a poor investment decision… Don’t mislead ppl to believe this is a good project…

  82. Mok
    December 5th, 2013 at 10:28 | #82

    @Fair Chinaman
    one of the lousy project in mainland, Parkview should change the name to Cables View, how come residential area develop in industrial area & near to high voltage cables? !!

  83. A&A
    December 6th, 2013 at 14:15 | #83

    completion status as of last month

    http://i625.photobucket.com/albums/tt335/alexlow2020/Lowyat%20Forum/IMG_5234_zpsb067638a.jpg

    http://i625.photobucket.com/albums/tt335/alexlow2020/Lowyat%20Forum/IMG_5248_zpsd3867d07.jpg

  84. Cock Talk
    December 6th, 2013 at 21:37 | #84

    Mok :
    @Fair Chinaman
    one of the lousy project in mainland, Parkview should change the name to Cables View, how come residential area develop in industrial area & near to high voltage cables? !!

    Lousy Project?… Can you afford to own an unit? Sincerely ask yourself….! Do you have the Financial Capability to purchase one?….. Hahahaaaa,,,, whether Park View or Cable View doesn’t matter, the location is still ideal. I wanted to purchase a cheapest unit in this project but I can’t afford it. Still think this PVR still one of the best project!

  85. Mr Mok Ka Honh
    December 14th, 2013 at 19:03 | #85

    Many pros and against the Park View Residences project!!. Any serious consultant who can advise us on whether the Bungalow Units in this popular Auto-City hot area worth investing. The cost is almost a Million which is not that expensive as compared to the Island. Those real professionals would you mind to advise on the PVR units. Auto-City now is the most popular happenings area during week days and more congested weekends.

  86. Listeners-Perai man
    December 16th, 2013 at 21:12 | #86

    After going through so many positive and negative comments by the so called “experts” on the properties and some commentators who had written so many stupid remarks about the project, I personally came to conclusion with my own analysis that “Park View Residences” is one of the Best and Ideal project for investment on the Mainland. But the selling prices is slightly on higher side!. Those who can afford it should invest in this PVR project and you can evaluate the positive benefits by yourself!. The HT Cables is still quite far away from the actual premises and does not effect it value. The Hand-phone, TV and WIFI at home sending out higher and more micro waves frequencies than the overhead cables? .

  87. tan
    December 17th, 2013 at 09:47 | #87

    Just wait the project complete. Then we will know the answer.
    May be price go down for 20% or go up for 20% 30% 50% ?
    Just wait for few month every one will know.
    Actually HT cable if u go to KL alot of house under HT cable.

  88. tan
    December 17th, 2013 at 10:02 | #88

    @Listeners-Perai man
    Any thing can test how much the micro waves frequency ?
    The developer tell me that they test before, the frequency low than handphone.
    Don know seraimas got tipu or not.

  89. Purchaser of PVR
    December 18th, 2013 at 22:40 | #89

    A&A :
    completion status as of last month
    http://i625.photobucket.com/albums/tt335/alexlow2020/Lowyat%20Forum/IMG_5234_zpsb067638a.jpg
    http://i625.photobucket.com/albums/tt335/alexlow2020/Lowyat%20Forum/IMG_5248_zpsd3867d07.jpg

    Oh… Went to the site today as the project is running smoothly and have spoken to the experienced contractor in charge there and seek his personal advice on the property was told that the decision to purchase is the right one!. Lucky and feel relieve to hear that!. He told us that he and his family bought 3 units of semi D in this PVR as for investment. Most probably as an experienced man he cannot be very wrong!

  90. Juru Resident
    December 20th, 2013 at 07:20 | #90

    Purchaser of PVR :

    A&A :
    completion status as of last month
    http://i625.photobucket.com/albums/tt335/alexlow2020/Lowyat%20Forum/IMG_5234_zpsb067638a.jpg
    http://i625.photobucket.com/albums/tt335/alexlow2020/Lowyat%20Forum/IMG_5248_zpsd3867d07.jpg

    Oh… Went to the site today as the project is running smoothly and have spoken to the experienced contractor in charge there and seek his personal advice on the property was told that the decision to purchase is the right one!. Lucky and feel relieve to hear that!. He told us that he and his family bought 3 units of semi D in this PVR as for investment. Most probably as an experienced man he cannot be very wrong!

    I have stayed in Juru for 40 years and known the area well, you have made a right decision to purchase the property at the Auto City as definitely the value of the semi D will appreciate more than the Juru Height or Perdana area by now.

  91. Consultant
    December 22nd, 2013 at 10:15 | #91

    Go ahead to buy as not to listen and influenced by the so called ill- afford purchasers. A Good Buy in this Project for sure with my 40 years of experiences in properties investment.

  92. Penang worker in S’pore
    January 19th, 2014 at 16:10 | #92

    Anyone can enlighten me what is the progress of the PVR status as am now working in Singapore. When can the OC obtained? Thanks

  93. tan
    January 20th, 2014 at 13:56 | #93

    End of this year.
    @Penang worker in S’pore

  94. Good rich
    January 31st, 2014 at 16:22 | #94

    Last week I was informed by the sales staff of SM that they will be launching the Bungalow units show-house on the 5th day of the CNY at the site at Auto City Park View Residences. Yesterday I went to the site, entrance just beside the Pensonic Sdn Bhd factory as the 2 bridges have already been completed with tress planted along both sides. Even though I’ve n

    Penang worker in S’pore :
    Anyone can enlighten me what is the progress of the PVR status as am now working in Singapore. When can the OC obtained? Thanks

    o intention/cannot afford to purchase the Bungalow it’s still worth viewing it for exposure! The place is idealistic with all the infrastructures available.

  95. Thong
    January 31st, 2014 at 22:46 | #95

    @goodrich
    U must b kidding to call this place idealistic.. Don;t u see the high tension cable and quarry?

  96. Chris
    February 3rd, 2014 at 14:41 | #96

    Hi, anyone willing to sell his/her double storey semiD? Please email the unit no. and contact details to chriswkz22@gmail.com. Tq.

  97. Peter Tan
    February 3rd, 2014 at 17:09 | #97

    Chris :
    Hi, anyone willing to sell his/her double storey semiD? Please email the unit no. and contact details to chriswkz22@gmail.com. Tq.

    Anybody who want to sell their semi-D unit at a reasonable price in the Park View Residence kindly state the selling price and unit number as we are interested to purchase one. Thank you. email: kltan@polysun.com.my

  98. tan
    February 6th, 2014 at 21:42 | #98

    Semi D cluster type B1 now selling around what price ?

  99. Koh
    February 20th, 2014 at 16:44 | #99

    All, serious buyer here, anyone interest to sell his unit kindly email me (ktslbk@yahoo.com). Thanks.

  100. Chocolate
    May 1st, 2014 at 15:50 | #100

    Went to the site few days ago and i still can not accept the HTC which u can clearly see from the house. Semi-D is still available la for more than 40 units..hahah..why keep asking the subsale here while u cam grab one from developer???

  101. tan
    May 4th, 2014 at 22:42 | #101

    Chocolate….sure?
    Last month I go developer say only bungalow available.
    If semiD only bumi lot available.
    I go to see the bungalow show house.

  102. Chocolate
    May 4th, 2014 at 23:02 | #102

    Bumi lots already release for sale now.

    A condo and hotel will build in phase 2 by others developer.

  103. tan
    May 5th, 2014 at 15:47 | #103

    The 40 unit is bumi lot or normal lot ?

  104. Concern buyer
    May 5th, 2014 at 19:12 | #104

    This place is surrounded by Sungai Juru. Will it flood?

  105. Concern buyer
    May 5th, 2014 at 19:13 | #105

    The smaller semi-d = RM513k
    The bigger semi-d = RM630k

    The smaller semi-d master room is smaller than room behind. Do you guys find it weird?

  106. Chocolate
    May 5th, 2014 at 19:52 | #106

    @tan, The bumi lots already released to non bumi to purchase.

    @concern buyer, your indicated price is for cluster semi-d. Semi-d price is about 70k higher than cluster semi-d with similar BU but bigger land.

  107. Concern buyer
    May 6th, 2014 at 08:14 | #107

    @Chocolate , the semi-d is located nearby a quarry. But anyway, I think bigger is better but price is on the high side. The High Tension Wire is actually just next to the road to this project. So when you drive back home, you’re driving along the high tension wire on your right. Its kinda scary. Some more got the notice there saying beware of high voltage wire. Its like living next to jail or something dangerous. Do you think they will shift away the high tension wire?

  108. Chocolate
    May 6th, 2014 at 09:11 | #108

    Shift away the HTC??? U think the developer so generous are?? They even give up the phase 2 and sold the land to another developer. They intention is only “earn the fast money” then cabut la..

  109. Concern buyer
    May 6th, 2014 at 17:28 | #109

    @Chocolate

    They sold to other developer? Pity the buyer then. Its so scary to stay here.

  110. tan
    May 6th, 2014 at 20:16 | #110

    @Concern buyer

    Hard to say. May be the company earn 1 billion after finish the project, but u still think he pity.

  111. Chocolate
    May 6th, 2014 at 20:25 | #111

    The land buyer is not pity, only pity the housing project buyers!

  112. Marcie
    May 14th, 2014 at 23:02 | #112

    I am one of the buyers of this project and I was so disappointed with the developer!!!
    These houses was build on swamp land and the developer did a horrible job at the foundation/piling stages that right now the land had sunken in and the drainage and the wall had collapse!!! And there’s cracks on the walls and floors of my house as well! It’s insane! Just imagine what would happen if we had moved in and then suddenly the house or part of ot collapse??!! We are considering legal action against Seraimas Bina and it’s director Basir Ahmad if they would not/could not reimburse us for the purchase price of the unit. Anybody here with the same problem? I suggest we get together and take action against this scammer of a developer! They bought the land cheap and did a bad job at piling to save costs and looked what happened now!! I suggest buyers of park view residences should consider making the developer buy back their units before unfortunate incidents happens after you’ve moved in, seeing what happened to many of the units there, I wouldn’t be surprised if there are bigger problems once the keys are handed over

  113. Marcie
    May 15th, 2014 at 11:14 | #113

    Why was my post about the problem where the fencing to my house has sunk and wanting to take legal actions against the developer has been deleted???!!

    Do not buy these houses, not only because of the tension cable, it’s because of the land in which the houses were built!

    It’s previously a swamp land but the developer didn’t do a good job at treating the soil, piling, etc as they’re rushing to make money off buyers like us, hence the house has major cracks on the floors and walls….even the fencing has sunken in as well as the drainage around the houses….

    If you don’t believe me, go and have a look at the project now!

    We are taking legal actions against the developer if they refuse to buy back our unit!

    These are the problems that we see now, what will happen once we have moved in?

    The roof might even cave in above our heads! Or our children’s heads!

    I’d like to see this post gets deleted again, if it does then I’m sure the mod of this site has been paid off by Seraimas!

  114. Concern buyer
    May 15th, 2014 at 11:51 | #114

    @Marcie
    By the way, I think your post is not deleted. There’s some worst in your post that make your post auto delete. Each time my post is under moderation, I will check which word that might cause them to delete my post. Maybe you should check what word you use. Sometimes harmless word also they don’t allow you to post.

  115. Marcie
    May 15th, 2014 at 15:52 | #115

    @Concern buyer

    Ahh right…thank you so much for explaining…I did not use any vulgarities just that I said I wanted to take legal actions against the developer….

    But honestly I suggest all buyers of this project to gather and we together check our units now and together we should get the developer to reimburse or buy back if our units are faulty….from what I see, about 7-8 houses had their fencing cave in and that is what we see now, what will happen later?

    Things like a leeky roof, etc could be fixed, but what do you when the foundation of the house is sinking? From what I heard, even the owner of Seraimas is having a big headache about this and they don’t know for the time being how to solve this…

    Honestly, I don’t trust them and I’d rather have my money back now then wait later on for a bigger incident to happen!

    Seraimas was hoping a shortcut way out of this by selling part of the land to the other developer cause maybe they might have known that the structure of the soil is not 100% safe? Or maybe it’s too close to the HTC? Or maybe future complaints about the Quarry?

    Whatever it is, I felt cheated by the developer…oh and a few weeks ago I found out the cables of houses was also stolen…what kind of security does the developer hire to look after the site?

    I suggest you guys go to the site now and have a look at the place, you can see it for yourself the cracks on the floors and walls of the bungalow houses….and it’s not even superficial cracks, it’s deep deep cracks!

  116. Concern buyer
    May 15th, 2014 at 15:56 | #116

    Marcie :
    @Concern buyer
    Ahh right…thank you so much for explaining…I did not use any vulgarities just that I said I wanted to take legal actions against the developer….
    But honestly I suggest all buyers of this project to gather and we together check our units now and together we should get the developer to reimburse or buy back if our units are faulty….from what I see, about 7-8 houses had their fencing cave in and that is what we see now, what will happen later?
    Things like a leeky roof, etc could be fixed, but what do you when the foundation of the house is sinking? From what I heard, even the owner of Seraimas is having a big headache about this and they don’t know for the time being how to solve this…
    Honestly, I don’t trust them and I’d rather have my money back now then wait later on for a bigger incident to happen!
    Seraimas was hoping a shortcut way out of this by selling part of the land to the other developer cause maybe they might have known that the structure of the soil is not 100% safe? Or maybe it’s too close to the HTC? Or maybe future complaints about the Quarry?
    Whatever it is, I felt cheated by the developer…oh and a few weeks ago I found out the cables of houses was also stolen…what kind of security does the developer hire to look after the site?
    I suggest you guys go to the site now and have a look at the place, you can see it for yourself the cracks on the floors and walls of the bungalow houses….and it’s not even superficial cracks, it’s deep deep cracks!

    Well, since its under warranty, you can ask them to fix it after VP. Just hope for the best bro.

  117. police
    May 15th, 2014 at 16:38 | #117

    If thats serious & deep crack as you stated, modify or touch up work is useless. The structure is no stable already. I think better take photo on that portion & complained direct to housing department, council & politician. Hold the CCC issue date until they solve the problem better than after getting CCC & asked them to do the modified work. If after CCC they sure won’t done a good job.

  118. Marcie
    May 15th, 2014 at 18:54 | #118

    @police

    Yes, there is no point in fixing the cracks, my concern is the foundation is not stable, hence making the land ‘sink’. Even just fencing has collapse and I can’t imagine what will happen to the house in the future if the land does sink further…

    Anyways, any of you guys are buyers of PVR? Hows your unit?

    Two weeks ago there was a meeting with the owner of Seraimas due to this problem of sinking land….I was there but he was pretty much filling us all with excuses after excuses and when we pester for answers, after a while he looked upset or pissed! That’s not the way how to treat your buyers!

  119. Chocolate
    May 15th, 2014 at 19:06 | #119

    Where is “Tan” which own a unit there and looking to buy more units last time???

  120. Marcie
    May 15th, 2014 at 20:38 | #120

    Chocolate :
    Where is “Tan” which own a unit there and looking to buy more units last time???

    Oh please take my unit then! I’d sell him below my cost! But I wouldn’t be able to promise him, how long before the unit would collapse entirely! Ha ha

    I was told by on site staffs that most posts that you find online who are pro-PVR are by the staffs of Seraimas and their associates…

    No buyer who is sound mentally would recommend this project to anyone else. We made a huge huge huge mistake! We we fooled by the whole gated community/clubhouse concept, which looked so good on paper and turns out to be a wreck!

    Well it’s a very costly wreck for me but lesson learned…

    Heard that the developer is gonna start a new condominium project in the Bayan Lepas area….but there’s a delay cause of this mess of a project in Juru and as well as the land for the condo in Bayan Lepas is not meant for housing, especially high rise…I think…but developer wants to proceed anyways….Another Highland Towers in the making?

    Gosh the authorities should put a stop to irresponsible developer like this!

  121. goh
    May 20th, 2014 at 10:46 | #121

    I just brought one units from this project. Is this serious for all this problem arise?
    Why I hear nothing from developer ? Should I drop this purchases?

  122. Concern buyer
    May 20th, 2014 at 10:54 | #122

    goh :
    I just brought one units from this project. Is this serious for all this problem arise?
    Why I hear nothing from developer ? Should I drop this purchases?

    You don’t feel this project got problem when you go to the site with the High Tension Wire and river everywhere? This project really got huge problem. Run now before you got stuck with a toxic property. Toxic property is a property that nobody wants eventhough it is selling below market price. This is one of the worst location for anybody to buy their property to stay.

    And now couple with land sinking problem, crack problem and other major issue, please stay far far away from this project.

    Just follow the property guru here to buy Jesselton Hill and you will be safe.

  123. Marcie
    May 20th, 2014 at 13:27 | #123

    goh :
    I just brought one units from this project. Is this serious for all this problem arise?
    Why I hear nothing from developer ? Should I drop this purchases?

    Hi Goh, get out of it immediately if you can. We are trying to do so with the developer.

    You wont hear any negativity from the developer directly, of course they wouldn’t want to let the public know as there are many units unsold still especially those cracked bungalow units.

    And yes despite knowing all this is going on, they are still pushing to sell the units.

    I suggest you go to the site and have a look at it yourself. They are trying to fix the problem now which I don’t think will do much good in the future as the structure of the houses are not strong to begin with.

    As mentioned earlier, the land is old mining/swamp land and the developer should have treated the soil thoroughly before any piling work is done. But in order to speed up the building of the houses in order to reap the profits fast, they choose to ignore this and now the buyers are paying the price….

    Have a look at the site now and then decide if it’s worth it or not…

  124. Teoh
    May 27th, 2014 at 09:51 | #124

    @Marcie

    Marcie. May i know which number of house that you have bought? i need to have a look before pay a deposit for booking one of the unit near the quarry. i like the concept of the development and the lower price of semi D house that i can get in the BM now.

  125. Marcie
    May 28th, 2014 at 09:33 | #125

    Teoh :
    @Marcie
    Marcie. May i know which number of house that you have bought? i need to have a look before pay a deposit for booking one of the unit near the quarry. i like the concept of the development and the lower price of semi D house that i can get in the BM now.

    I don’t think I should be revealing my unit number here but if you want you can e-mail me instead.

    Are you really sure you want to purchase a project which might sink and cave in after occupation?

    I would suggest you to forget it and look at other projects instead. It’s too late for us as we had paid for it but for you, it’s not, so please don’t make the same mistakes we did. We bought it because it looks good on paper, which did not pan out in the units.

    Yes the show unit looks nice and classy, have a look at the actual units, with the big cracks on the floor and walls – and it’s not even superficial cracks, it’s really deep cracks, the walls that are caving in, the sinking drains and then decide.

    Like someone has said earlier, this project is toxic. It’s not about how close you unit is to the quarry, it’s how bad is the foundation/structure/piling of the project. Trust me, later on the quarry and the HTC won’t be an issue anymore when the units itself would start to sink further into the soil.

  126. gk
    June 9th, 2014 at 20:34 | #126

    Marcie..would you like to let go your unit?

  127. GChun
    June 10th, 2014 at 00:58 | #127

    Marcie :

    Teoh :
    @Marcie
    Marcie. May i know which number of house that you have bought? i need to have a look before pay a deposit for booking one of the unit near the quarry. i like the concept of the development and the lower price of semi D house that i can get in the BM now.

    I don’t think I should be revealing my unit number here but if you want you can e-mail me instead.
    Are you really sure you want to purchase a project which might sink and cave in after occupation?
    I would suggest you to forget it and look at other projects instead. It’s too late for us as we had paid for it but for you, it’s not, so please don’t make the same mistakes we did. We bought it because it looks good on paper, which did not pan out in the units.
    Yes the show unit looks nice and classy, have a look at the actual units, with the big cracks on the floor and walls – and it’s not even superficial cracks, it’s really deep cracks, the walls that are caving in, the sinking drains and then decide.
    Like someone has said earlier, this project is toxic. It’s not about how close you unit is to the quarry, it’s how bad is the foundation/structure/piling of the project. Trust me, later on the quarry and the HTC won’t be an issue anymore when the units itself would start to sink further into the soil.

    may i know ur unit marcie ? i really want to see it myself .. because im purchaser too .. can you send to my email ?? this my email .. gohchun516@yahoo.com

  128. seraimas bina
    seraimas bina
    June 10th, 2014 at 16:06 | #128

    It is not our policy to comment in the blog about our projects since we are only answerable to our purchasers. However the latest comments in this blog are malicious and outright lies that demand our response.

    i) No purchaser had complained about sinking house

    ii) No meeting had been conducted between our MD and any purchasers

    iii) We have not handover the houses to the purchasers and even after the handover, the maintenance period will be for 24 months

    iv) All the houses sit on concrete piles and fully insured

    v) Any purchaser or intended purchaser can request our represantative to conduct the measurement of the electromagnetic radiation in his/her presence. You will find that even the neareast house to the HTC will have similiar reading from any other development

    v) Our coming project in Bayan Baru is on a flat land and therefore it is rediculous to compare it with Highland Tower which is on a hill slope

  129. bull_shit
    June 11th, 2014 at 11:26 | #129

    Why developer can give comment here? Isn’t Comment Guidelines not allowed?

  130. bull_shit
    June 11th, 2014 at 11:29 | #130

    Developer always give good comment for there project, Where got developer said their project lousy & don’t buy it.

  131. bull_shit
    June 11th, 2014 at 11:35 | #131

    High tension cable is there, quarry plant is there. All can see on site. Better don’t misleading people. The worst is the units nearby the quarry plant. When the quarry plant operated, you can feel the ground vibra frequently.

  132. police
    June 11th, 2014 at 12:33 | #132

    Better stay in jungle than here.

  133. teng
    June 13th, 2014 at 15:34 | #133

    Anyone wanna sell thier unit ?? please email to yeongsee80@yahoo.com

  134. dominc lim
    dominc lim
    June 15th, 2014 at 20:36 | #134

    Anyone wanna sell their unit house? sweepinl@yahoo.com

  135. dominc lim
    dominc lim
    June 15th, 2014 at 20:39 | #135

    i’m intersting about 2-storey Semi-D, who interesting to sell let me know or email me.. thank

  136. Kayyin
    June 16th, 2014 at 23:32 | #136

    The developer still having their units, why asking the sub sale here?
    Just wonder if the location is worth to buy why nowadays the units still available??????

  137. Lee
    June 24th, 2014 at 15:41 | #137

    I have purchased one unit at Park View and read the posting on the forum. One of the major concern by prospective purchaser is regarding the Power Transmission Tower. I know that we cannot shift the tower from its location, but the developer Seriamas Bina can certainly do something extra to beautify the area and hide this transmission tower from public view. One suggestion for the developer is to plant more trees, tall green tree. Putting more greenery in this area will certainly divert attention away from the power transmission tower. Right now, the developer are planting tree but they are spaced out apart. I will urge them to plant more tree, similar to the E&0 Tanjung Seri Pinang and SP Setia projects. I hope the developer is reading this message and act on this suggestion.

  138. G.E.M
    August 6th, 2014 at 16:18 | #138

    this is bullshit location. everyday you go home, High tension cable and tower will be the first one to greet you. OMG, i cant believe that someone is keep looking for house here, as there is a ton of house which is pending for sell from developer. Looks cute, isn’t it?

  139. Chocolate
    October 5th, 2014 at 15:42 | #139

    Surprised to see developer install the electric fence for buyers. Or this is already stated in SNP?

  140. KK
    November 25th, 2014 at 19:44 | #140

    G.E.M :
    this is bullshit location. everyday you go home, High tension cable and tower will be the first one to greet you. OMG, i cant believe that someone is keep looking for house here, as there is a ton of house which is pending for sell from developer. Looks cute, isn’t it?

    just went around this Taman…. in fact, location & design of the house is not bad.. to be honest… if you forget about the high tension cable erected nearby the area…….. the electric fencing is a real add on point to the resident staying there…

  141. Jessica
    December 2nd, 2014 at 15:11 | #141

    Yes it’s not bad if you like cracked up houses with sinking land.

    30 units of these houses has been put aside by the developer as they could no longer fix the cracks anymore.

    Right now they are just concentrating on fixing the units that has been purchased by unfortunate buyers like me. This is the 4th time our house has been fixed and the other day almost all the doors at our unit had to be replaced due to massive rat infestation on the site. And till today our unit still keeps on cracking. And just recently our neighbor’s unit had their fence sink into the ground and from what I heard the developer are trying their best to ‘hide’ the problems from the buyers, hence that’s why they’re not selling the remaining 30 units as those are majorly defected units. But other units which has been bought has problems too and they are trying to fix it before the buyers notice the severity of the problem and kicks up a fuss, which like what we did.

    If other buyers notice recently that they even had changed the security guards at the site to prevent buyers from entering the area if they’re fixing the issue.

    If you’re there, talk to Mike, the engineer on site. He would be more then happy to shed the problems they’re facing with the units there….he’s quite honest if you ask me. The developer’s office instead will try to bull their way in telling you they are right and you are wrong….

    How we regret buying this useless of a project. Yes it looks nice on the outside but it’s a catastrophe waiting to happen. The developer are all out to make money that they don’t even care that other people’s life and that huge cracks in those houses and the sinking land could maybe one day lead to a major problem.

  142. Chocolate
    December 2nd, 2014 at 18:14 | #142

    Jessica, your statement will cause the engineer, Mxxx in bad situation.

    I would like to check again the site to see whether you are truth or not.

    The land previously is swampy land and near to the river. So sad if buyers pay more than half million and get a cracked house.

  143. Jack
    December 4th, 2014 at 23:50 | #143

    Jessica,

    Can you reveal your unit approximate location? So that other buyer can check. Also are you willing to sell at original price? I could be as an interest buyer if damage you claim is not severe.

  144. Jessica
    December 5th, 2014 at 11:37 | #144

    @Chocolate

    Yes please do look around at the site, if you don’t believe me, have a look at the Bungalows with the swimming pool at the back nearer to the quarry. Those bungalows have been put aside and will not be sold to the public due to the state of the houses. The developer has tried to fixed it many times but it just keeps cracking.

    They are blaming it on the quarry but the problem from what I heard is the bad piling work which was done by the developer. Plus the cracking has even spread to the show unit, which they are desperately trying to cover up at all costs.

    Yes the land was previously a swampy land but it would have been OK if the developer does a good piling work on the soil. From what I was told the developer tried to cut costs on the piling work.

    Plus the land also has a bad rat infestation. There huge holes on our doors until the recently the developer called in pest control and had to replace all our doors.

    Other buyers if you’re having the same problem with your units, please post here. I would like to hear from you.

    And buyers, if you haven’t gone to see your unit, please do so. It would be easier with the guards in the evenings compared to in the mornings.

    And yes I know this will get the engineer in trouble but I would just like to inform all of you that this is a genuine situation and the sources does come from a reliable source.

    Another person on site that would be able to shed you on this situation is this old man called Lai, if I’m not mistaken he’s in charge of the wirings on site.

  145. Jessica
    December 5th, 2014 at 11:40 | #145

    @Jack

    My unit the semi-D unit but it’s close to 1 mil bungalow units, towards the back.

    Yes I am willing to let my unit go, but not now as I am planning on claiming for compensation from the developer. Once everything is resolved I would be willing to let go of my unit ASAP. Do let me know if you’re interested.

  146. Jessica
    December 5th, 2014 at 19:02 | #146

    I notice there’s also another buyer here @ Marcie that has the same problem as me.

    Marcie, if you’re ready this, please I would like to get in touch with you.

    I would like to know what did the developer do to resolve your problem.

    Thanks!

  147. Buyered Seraimas
    December 9th, 2014 at 21:19 | #147

    Thanks to Miss Jessica for all the problems highlighted!. Why the beautiful name “Park View Residences” changed to Taman Juru Setia? Awkward name!

    The top management of Seraimas should issue statement to rebut these allegations if untrue or incorrect. The buyers must be kept informed of the actual situation and be honest enough to admit the seriousness of the problems.

    We won’t be surprised that the swimming pool and club house will start cracking and sinking within a year or two!!!! Miss Jessica what is the next action if the developer, Seraimas, takes things for granted?

  148. Jessica
    December 10th, 2014 at 16:37 | #148

    Buyered Seraimas :
    Thanks to Miss Jessica for all the problems highlighted!. Why the beautiful name “Park View Residences” changed to Taman Juru Setia? Awkward name!
    The top management of Seraimas should issue statement to rebut these allegations if untrue or incorrect. The buyers must be kept informed of the actual situation and be honest enough to admit the seriousness of the problems.
    We won’t be surprised that the swimming pool and club house will start cracking and sinking within a year or two!!!! Miss Jessica what is the next action if the developer, Seraimas, takes things for granted?

    They kept saying that it’s just part of the ‘building’ process and once the keys are handed over the houses would be in perfect condition and that it’s under warranty for 2 years. What if within that 2 after after we have moved in the sinking land problem gets real bad until they wouldn’t be able to fix it anymore? Just like the 30 houses that they can no longer able to fix due to same problem…or worst what if there’s an accident due to this? Who would be held responsible when our lives are at stake?

    It might look like just a small problem now, but trust me the cracks are deep. Deep enough for the people on site to tell us that it’s a big issue, and that’s why the developer are trying their best to fix it without the buyers taking notice. They’ve even changed the guards and make the security harder for us buyers to go in and have a look. Talk to the people I mention above and they should be able to tell you honestly the problem, the people at the Seraimas office are just liars and they would tell you lies after lies.

    After much research after this problem of mine, I also found out that the developer made a very bad work out of their previous projects, the D’Piazza Apartments and a lot of buyers are not happy with their work…even their other project in Bagan Lalang had very bad waterproofing in the toilets that the houses were ‘flooded’, they had to redo everything again and yet still the outcome was not satisfactory…

    Yes this project looks good on the outside and the price offered was quite reasonable too but I think it’s a big problem waiting to happen here….I have now reported to the council regarding this matter and I am also awaiting the reply on Seraimas’s side…if things do not happen, I will help the local DUN’s help to highlight this matter or maybe the press…that’s why I would like the other buyers to go and check on their homes often and if they come across the same problem as me so that we can work together in trying to get justice from irresponsible developers like Seraimas. If they cannot fix this problem, they should have their license revoked.

    Actually they are going to start an apartment project on Penang Island next year, buyers should stay away from their future projects. All they are interested in is making money at the expense of the buyer’s safety!

    Please anyone else with this problem, please please contact me. Marcie from the post above if you’re reading this, please update us on your current situation. Thank you.

  149. police
    December 10th, 2014 at 18:18 | #149

    This Perai Industrial ground condition really bad. One Indian Steel Warehouse’s slab sinking 600mm in 1 week only due to overloaded, One rubber glove factory steel structure collapse due to floor sinking & the soil push the structure fall down. Another is a Taiwanese Blind factory’s floor & road sinking 600mm in 10 year’s time, The piles useless & pull down together with soil by the weak soil.

  150. Mainland
    December 10th, 2014 at 20:20 | #150

    Housing in Seberang Jaya also neglected by those from Butterworth because
    they know the place very well apart from “High Tension Cables” and the long
    term effects.

  151. seraimas bina
    seraimas bina
    December 11th, 2014 at 17:02 | #151

    JESSICA,

    1. You mentioned you are a buyer in this project and that you have made complaints regarding the defects in this project but at the same time you said that this is a genuine situation and the “sources does come from a reliable source”. If you have inspected your unit why do you rely on a “reliable source” for your facts?

    2. You have mentioned that we are keeping 30 units of the houses because of the serious defects and we are keeping them away from purchasers. We hereby invite you or any purchaser that is willing to buy the remaining units to contact us or our sale representative Suzanne and we guarantee you or other purchasers we are willing to sell and will not hide these unit from you. We will even pay you a commission for every sale you made of these 30 units.

    3. You claimed that we had developed the D’Piazza & Taman Sentral shoddily but can you explained why the properties in these developments have increased in price by 100 – 300% from the original price.

    4. The security guards are employed to protect the properties from vandalism and theft and to stop uninvited guests from coming into the development because we are responsible for any injury sustained while in this development. However genuine buyers are welcome to visit during office and intended purchasers can make appointment with our sale representative to visit the site. Only people with bad intentions try to sneek in at night.

    5. We do not claim that our development is without defects because the houses are handmade and therefore they do have defects which we continually rectify to an acceptable standard. When we handover the houses to our purchasers, again we will handover defect forms for them to complain and we will rectify the defects to acceptable standard.

    6. Finally we have not received any complain so far from our purchasers except to enquire about the date of delivery of keys which will be quite soon.

  152. Buyered Seraimas
    December 11th, 2014 at 21:15 | #152

    @Jessica Jessica, maybe you should leave your email/ phone numbers on this page for contact and discussion on the said problems. Should even held a group meeting to unite all unhappy buyers of the said project for further action!.

  153. Potential Poor Buyer
    December 11th, 2014 at 21:28 | #153

    Any unhappy buyers of the said project and are willing to let go their units at 10% discount of the original price, please email us @ tankalock@yahoo.com Am willing to take the risks if any owners selling below their original price as stated in the S&P Agreement. Thank you.

  154. Jessica
    December 12th, 2014 at 12:23 | #154

    seraimas bina :
    JESSICA,
    1. You mentioned you are a buyer in this project and that you have made complaints regarding the defects in this project but at the same time you said that this is a genuine situation and the “sources does come from a reliable source”. If you have inspected your unit why do you rely on a “reliable source” for your facts?
    2. You have mentioned that we are keeping 30 units of the houses because of the serious defects and we are keeping them away from purchasers. We hereby invite you or any purchaser that is willing to buy the remaining units to contact us or our sale representative Suzanne and we guarantee you or other purchasers we are willing to sell and will not hide these unit from you. We will even pay you a commission for every sale you made of these 30 units.
    3. You claimed that we had developed the D’Piazza & Taman Sentral shoddily but can you explained why the properties in these developments have increased in price by 100 – 300% from the original price.
    4. The security guards are employed to protect the properties from vandalism and theft and to stop uninvited guests from coming into the development because we are responsible for any injury sustained while in this development. However genuine buyers are welcome to visit during office and intended purchasers can make appointment with our sale representative to visit the site. Only people with bad intentions try to sneek in at night.
    5. We do not claim that our development is without defects because the houses are handmade and therefore they do have defects which we continually rectify to an acceptable standard. When we handover the houses to our purchasers, again we will handover defect forms for them to complain and we will rectify the defects to acceptable standard.
    6. Finally we have not received any complain so far from our purchasers except to enquire about the date of delivery of keys which will be quite soon.

    Seraimas,

    I assume you are not the owner of the company, and one of the staffs on the first floor which refuse to let the buyer meet with the owner.

    Anyways, clearly you have diverted from the issue at hand which is the cracking an the sinking of the land at the project site. Why don’t you explain the issue instead of trying to twist and turn your words and trying to make your company look good?

    Would you like me to post photos here? Would you want me to make your company look bad like as though it’s not bad enough as it is right now?

    If you would read my comments again and carefully this time you would notice that yes I have inspected my unit and was very unhappy with it but the other information which I had received on site regarding the problems on hand at the site, etc all comes from your own staffs itself! Please understand what was written before making stupid unnecessary comments which doesn’t justify anything at all.

    And yes all developments have defects but your development has always major issues! The only reason why D’Piazza has doubled up in sales prices is because it’s on the island and the selling price was dirt cheap compared to other properties around that area. Then again the quality that comes from you as a developer is shoddy and not up to par with other developers around. If only I had made that research before putting down my money on this project.

    That aside, the problem here is not the physical or the aesthetic nature of the houses that is in question but the safety and the well being of us as the buyers that is in question. What will happen in the future if the land gives way? What if an accident were to happen? Will you or that boss of yours be responsible for it?

    While he lives his life in luxury from the money he has taken and cheated out of buyers like us, we would then have the bear the problems that will then arise from this hell of a project! I demand you answer the issue at hand truthfully here instead of trying to hide and twist and turn the issues around. It seems that you are not credible and lacks integrity to be handling this sort of matter.

    I challenge Seraimas to why not have an open inspection on the units at hand, including the 30 broken and unsold bungalow units as early as tomorrow. Let all the buyers see the mess you have made. Call all the buyers to the site tomorrow so that you won’t have time to fix any problems that might have arise now.

    And why do you choose to ignore my statement about the pest problem on the site grounds as well?

    And guess what? I just called up Seraimas and pretended to be a buyer and was told that all units are sold! Where is that 30 units that you are willing to sell or even give me commissions in selling them? Stop with all this lying!

    And I’m sure after reading this you will then start to come up with a new set of lies.

    Maybe Seraimas should choose someone a bit more credible in handling this issue.

    Thank you.

  155. peter
    December 12th, 2014 at 21:47 | #155

    Jessica, why not you just post all the photo here to support what have you said. No need to be so kind hearted to consider seraimas image since you feel being cheated by them. No point arguing on this project, too late for you. Let us see the truth so that other people dont get cheated again on their next project is the most important thing. If you dont mind, please let all of us here know which plot belong to you. Maybe we can visit the site during this public holiday. Let us see by ourself how bad the house condition. I really interested to know your unit. Thank you.

  156. kk
    December 13th, 2014 at 17:55 | #156

    @Jessica
    Hi, Jessica,
    Please lodge your complaint to the housing ministry. If you want the address, pls google search. This is the best way to vent your anger. Let the developer answer to the housing ministry.

  157. Jack
    December 17th, 2014 at 08:50 | #157

    @Jessica
    Jessica,
    I strongly suggest that you substantiate your claim in this forum by posting some photo evidence of the claimed defects or state your approximate unit location. If this is true, it may trigger a response from developer to fix your unit, and help other owners like me to check this out ourselves. If this is not true, then your complaints in this forum will give a wrong impression of this project to a potential buyer, thus this will not be good for many existing investors in this forum. Go ahead to substantiate.

  158. Tina
    Tina
    December 17th, 2014 at 09:32 | #158

    This is really dumb move by the (allegedly) developer side arguing on forum with unknown forumer. Even more stupid by pointing out stupid facts and challenging others.
    Just FYI, even the plot of land for burial at Batu Gantong is going up, does being buried there gives you quality of life? (pun intended). If D’Piazza appreciate much like Bayswater, then you start to blow the horn.
    Any sane companies will ask the aggrieved parties to call the Management for FTF talk to settle their grievances.

  159. David
    December 17th, 2014 at 09:40 | #159

    Bayswater, Pearl Regency and Platino are crowded into a small area, nothing
    good. TNB power station is very near to this place.

  160. Curious
    December 17th, 2014 at 11:26 | #160

    Guys. There is no point harassing the developer for answers. They will not be frank and truthful especially when the very foundation of the project is unstable and it is a problem which they know cannot be rectified. Any admission by them concerning the non stability of the soil will result in a huge back lash for them. It doesnt make sense for them to admit to anything. Therefore do not waste your time trying to confront them. Getting the state assemblymen to put pressure on them may not be of much use because this is in the end a private contractual dispute. What I suggest is to gather the forensic evidence required to prove instability of the soil thru expert witnesses and then launch a class action legal suit against the developer. Much money will have to be spent in acquiring the expert witness but unfortunately this is the only way you can obtain legal recourse against an errant developer.

  161. Potential Poor Buyer
    December 21st, 2014 at 21:52 | #161

    Potential Poor Buyer :
    Any unhappy buyers of the said project and are willing to let go their units at 10% discount of the original price, please email us @ tankalock@yahoo.com Am willing to take the risks if any owners selling below their original price as stated in the S&P Agreement. Thank you.

    I am still waiting for any sincere sellers of the said troubled projects as claimed. Still no seller yet despite so many unfavourable and damaging remarks on the project!

  162. Gee Peng-BM
    December 25th, 2014 at 17:26 | #162

    peter :
    Jessica, why not you just post all the photo here to support what have you said. No need to be so kind hearted to consider seraimas image since you feel being cheated by them. No point arguing on this project, too late for you. Let us see the truth so that other people dont get cheated again on their next project is the most important thing. If you dont mind, please let all of us here know which plot belong to you. Maybe we can visit the site during this public holiday. Let us see by ourself how bad the house condition. I really interested to know your unit. Thank you.

    JESSICA: You still have yet to act on it! Please name your unit for our reference if true and got nothing to hide . Who is lying and manipulating? Wasting so much time arguing and names calling but no evidences to substantiate your claims yet. The overall project is generally satisfactory and worth buying…….after we went to the site for inspection just now @ 1300hrs . Just parked the car outside the guardhouse and walk in as the barrier bar was blocking the entrance.

  163. Hisham
    December 26th, 2014 at 23:47 | #163

    Don’t waste your time on this project. Felt sorry for the buyers.

  164. Chocolate
    January 1st, 2015 at 13:57 | #164

    Put aside the workmanship.

    The overall landscape is nice. Flowers and trees, jogging track, interlock pavement and electric fence make me feel good. I round almost all the internal road, but i can not see any wall crack (may be developer already cover up). Feel like Ideal Tree Residency (if u know the project). Nicely done up, too bad too close to HTC.

    This project is gateless in between houses? The wall is about 3ft height only. Open area concept?

  165. House Buyer @ PVR
    January 2nd, 2015 at 22:51 | #165

    Received letter from Seraimas to collect the key from their office within 21 days otherwise they hold no responsibilities and charge 10% late payment. Maintenance fees start from Jan 2015 and to pay 4 months in advance together with sinking fund! Professionals…..Please advise should we collect the key now and pay the maintenance fee in advance or wait until OC obtained as effective date?

  166. Confused Person
    January 2nd, 2015 at 23:04 | #166

    Chocolate :
    The land buyer is not pity, only pity the housing project buyers!

    Chocolate :
    Went to the area today…Ohh gosh! Can not believe the entrance just below the high tension cable..Can not imagine how the developer obtain the approval from MPSP to develop the area?? Mainland no more land? Have to built house in the area?
    Hope years later there is another route to PVR.

    Contradicting statements made by our sour Chocolateman! Professional housing consultant?

  167. Chocolate
    January 3rd, 2015 at 14:21 | #167

    @Confused Person

    Why la? Worry about your property arr?? No worriy la. The project is “excellent”! Lol

  168. ParkViewBuyer
    January 20th, 2015 at 14:34 | #168

    Hi House Buyer @ PVR, have you got your answer, it will be great if you can share with us.

    Also I want to ask, is anyone got the letter from Seraimas telling the buyer to settle the interest charge before can collect the key?

    The interest charge is due to delay payment for the progress billing, which I think is not logic to ask buyer to pay for this, as all the payment and communication was done among Seraimas, Lawyer and Bank. Hope anyone that have experience can share with me. Thanks.

  169. Greg
    February 5th, 2015 at 23:34 | #169

    Pls share the latest update.

  170. nathank
    February 9th, 2015 at 10:37 | #170

    I am interested to purchase any of the bungalow units if any purchaser would like to let go.
    Do contact me at nat-73@live.com

  171. Ling ling
    February 21st, 2015 at 12:19 | #171

    Hi all, I just visited the place and it’s not a bad location.. In fact I love it because it is near to Auto city, the two bridges, and near my office. Also, in future IKEA also gonna be nearby… So having a landed place here is advantageous. I hope to meet and be friends with my future neighbours… I read so many bad comments here, these pessimists (or maybe these people are just wasting time trying to manipulate the property market) – have nothing better to do than to waste their own time. Such a pity. People with no life. If its true u have a problem with ur unit, be professional and deal with the office, not in a blog. Personally i met some neighbours too and they are satisfied with the works and rectification carried out. And never heard of any serious problem also. If the problem is so bad, am sure the authorities would already took action and banned them from building further?? Its an okay location, seems like a nice residential area, and progress seems well. Will continue to visit the place and update. I hope the bad rumours… Ate just rumours.

  172. Kia
    May 22nd, 2015 at 23:51 | #172

    What’s the latest news on this? OC approved?

  173. Chocolate
    May 23rd, 2015 at 10:31 | #173

    Went there last week but very quiet, so guess haven’t get OC.

  174. Kia
    May 23rd, 2015 at 13:54 | #174

    why no OC yet?

    @seraimas bina

  175. Cherry
    May 25th, 2015 at 10:48 | #175

    OC obtained. I am looking for a sub sale unit for type A1. Can be contacted via layinm@yahoo.com, price less than 630K.

  176. Jacqueline
    June 7th, 2015 at 08:57 | #176

    Hi,I also looking for sub-sales unit for semi-d A2,if you want to sell off kindly send email at Jacqueline_tan82@hotmail.com. Thanks

  177. C M Tan
    June 22nd, 2015 at 10:43 | #177

    I hv went through all the comments and found out that the main problem of this project mostly because it is located too near the high tension cable and the workmanship of the house is bad. I personally went to see one of the unit, is true, the unit is bad, may be other unti is okay, i dont know? If the price is below the market value and the condition of that particular house is okay than i dont mind to have a unit, any body is wiling to sell their unit, you are welcome to email me.

  178. magicblueroses
    August 17th, 2015 at 13:02 | #178

    strawberry :
    i’m new here. Looking for a house less than 600k which convenience for my sons to kindy and primary chinese school. any good recommended area house? Tq

    really such a bad place to get?

  179. magicblueroses
    August 17th, 2015 at 13:06 | #179

    really such a bad place to get?

  180. Fats
    December 7th, 2015 at 07:03 | #180

    Hi guys,
    Any unit owner of A1 or A2 looking to dispose unit? Interested to get one.
    Also, if you are an owner, could you please mail me?
    Would like to ask you your thoughts on this place. Really appreciate it.

    Thanks

  181. SeanW
    December 10th, 2015 at 20:46 | #181

    Any available unit? Please do contact me. Thanks a lots

  182. Albert
    April 7th, 2016 at 09:55 | #182

    Jessica :

    Buyered Seraimas :
    Thanks to Miss Jessica for all the problems highlighted!. Why the beautiful name “Park View Residences” changed to Taman Juru Setia? Awkward name!
    The top management of Seraimas should issue statement to rebut these allegations if untrue or incorrect. The buyers must be kept informed of the actual situation and be honest enough to admit the seriousness of the problems.
    We won’t be surprised that the swimming pool and club house will start cracking and sinking within a year or two!!!! Miss Jessica what is the next action if the developer, Seraimas, takes things for granted?

    They kept saying that it’s just part of the ‘building’ process and once the keys are handed over the houses would be in perfect condition and that it’s under warranty for 2 years. What if within that 2 after after we have moved in the sinking land problem gets real bad until they wouldn’t be able to fix it anymore? Just like the 30 houses that they can no longer able to fix due to same problem…or worst what if there’s an accident due to this? Who would be held responsible when our lives are at stake?
    It might look like just a small problem now, but trust me the cracks are deep. Deep enough for the people on site to tell us that it’s a big issue, and that’s why the developer are trying their best to fix it without the buyers taking notice. They’ve even changed the guards and make the security harder for us buyers to go in and have a look. Talk to the people I mention above and they should be able to tell you honestly the problem, the people at the Seraimas office are just liars and they would tell you lies after lies.
    After much research after this problem of mine, I also found out that the developer made a very bad work out of their previous projects, the D’Piazza Apartments and a lot of buyers are not happy with their work…even their other project in Bagan Lalang had very bad waterproofing in the toilets that the houses were ‘flooded’, they had to redo everything again and yet still the outcome was not satisfactory…
    Yes this project looks good on the outside and the price offered was quite reasonable too but I think it’s a big problem waiting to happen here….I have now reported to the council regarding this matter and I am also awaiting the reply on Seraimas’s side…if things do not happen, I will help the local DUN’s help to highlight this matter or maybe the press…that’s why I would like the other buyers to go and check on their homes often and if they come across the same problem as me so that we can work together in trying to get justice from irresponsible developers like Seraimas. If they cannot fix this problem, they should have their license revoked.
    Actually they are going to start an apartment project on Penang Island next year, buyers should stay away from their future projects. All they are interested in is making money at the expense of the buyer’s safety!
    Please anyone else with this problem, please please contact me. Marcie from the post above if you’re reading this, please update us on your current situation. Thank you.

    @Albert

    Hi Jessica or other house

    @Jessica

    @Jessica

    Hi Jessica, your unit still available?
    @Jessica

    @Jack

  183. Margaret
    November 4th, 2016 at 16:24 | #183

    I used to own a detached house at this project but I was lucky that I managed to sell it off soon after completion with a little bit of profit to be made.

    Lucky because from what I heard from others, the developer is now in a lot of problem. Their current project which they are doing right now after Park View – is sinking. If I am not mistaken someone pointed out with the issues they were having with Park View, their current project would be like the Highland Towers – and true enough that person was right. From what I have heard from old neighbours that they’re current apartment project named Mahsuri Apartments in Bayan Baru is sinking. The developer is trying to fix the issue but nothing seemed to work. I pity anyone who has put their money down on this project as it seemed doomed.

    To top it off, I also heard that the developer is under investigations for tax fraud for huge sum and will be charged soon. A friend happened to drop by their office in Seberang Perai to inquire about vacant units at Park View when the office was under LHDN siege where around 20 officers were raiding their office.

    I am lucky cause I had sold my unit because it seemed that looking like what is going on right now, the developer might actually flee in the night. I don’t think they would even be able to complete the current project. So please be aware of this everyone.

  184. skyler
    August 28th, 2018 at 17:52 | #184

    Any owners still wants to sell? Can email me at skyler88.ong@gmail.com

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