The double-storey terrace is the bread and butter of the Malaysian property market, and the semi-detached (commonly referred to as semi-D) is a choice upgrade for many. It is popular with the middle-upper class section of society as it gives ample building space for the growing and grown families and at the same time adds spaciousness with a bit of land on the side.
The following transactions are gathered from our database and represent the preferred addresses for many as for as it goes. There are many other places that I may have included, but these areas are synonymous with the middle and middle-upper class of Kuala Lumpur. It should present a general picture of the prices post-pandemic. Further write-ups will follow for the areas outside these, such as Melawati, Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam, Kajang and Bangi.
TTDI, Kota Damansara, Bandar Sri Damansara and Sierramas are located in a belt hugging the main thoroughfares such as Lebuhraya Puchong Damansara (LDP) and the North-South Highway. The transactions are 2021, analyzed in terms of the land area and the built-up area (LA & BU). This will give a general scope that the market sees when selecting and making a purchase decision. The rest are self-explanatory.