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Saujana Rawang: Contemporary homes next to lakes and with lots of greens and still within our budget?

Saujana Rawang: Contemporary Homes next to lakes and with lots of greens and still within our budget?

[Sponsored Post] Rawang as a home choice? Did you know that Rawang was one of the top 10 most searched areas when it comes to property? In fact in the most recent property demand based on how visitors search for properties on, these were the top 20 most in-demand areas in Selangor. This is demand for rental properties.

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Based on data a year ago, this was what said about Rawang.

“Rawang may not have been on the top of the list in the eyes of homebuyers years ago, but it seems times have changed. Rawang has now become a hotspot with new projects seen all over and selling at good prices. It started as a township offering a place to work and live. Rawang now offers more job opportunities with entertainment elements, transforming itself into a self-sustained township. This had led to buyers becoming less hesitant to the idea of moving to Rawang.” Click here to read the full article.

My personal experience with Rawang?

I love visiting sales galleries and I visited many of them in Rawang. Just before COVID-19, many of these developments launched their latest phases. Then COVID-19 arrived and I did not get to visit them again until July 2020. While I was expecting these homes, mostly landed, to sell well but what I found out was that nearly all the sales galleries were reporting very positive numbers. I do not believe people are speculating on Rawang, thus these purchases are mostly for a home sweet home

Greater Kuala Lumpur’s growth and expected growth in future

Before we proceed further, let’s look at how Greater Kuala Lumpur has been growing over the years. This is a slide I used in one my recent presentations. From 1990 – 2019, the average population growth is around 200,000 per year. If everyone thinks that this is because of new babies, it’s actually more because of continuous urbanisation.

Most of these were due to the continuous urbanisation in Malaysia. People from smaller towns will move to bigger cities for tertiary education and work. This is why population in smaller towns may get smaller but population in Klang Valley will be growing bigger with every passing year.

Demand and Supply due to urbanization

What this number also tells us is that if we intend to buy a property and we want it to be an investment, then it’s good to buy into areas which are still growing in both demand and supply. Let’s understand that it’s always demand and supply that will drive demand and supply.

A totally new township may not have many residents, yet. When residents start moving in, then that row of shophouses within the neighbourhood starts to open. Whether it’s the 24-hour convenience stores or a self-serve laundry shop or even that friendly kopitiam or mamak restaurant, these would open.

Due to property prices being more affordable in these newer areas / townships, more would come and take a look. When these prospective buyers came, they could see these shops are already open and they think it’s convenient enough. More residents would soon move in.

When the economies of scale is reached, a neighbourhood supermarket will open its doors. Beyond just the population in that new township, there are also population from a few nearby ones which will now sustain demand for a supermarket. Then even more residents would move in.

When it’s now a mature neighbourhood

Of course, once all these continue to happen, the prices would also slowly inch upwards or the size of the home would become smaller for the same price. This is why when we need a home, quickly save up for it and proceed to buy it. That same price cannot last forever and assuming it lasts much longer, that means the size of the property starts getting smaller. There’s a term for it in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) world. It’s called shrinkflation. Read about it here, interesting.

Saujana Rawang: Contemporary Homes next to lakes and with lots of greens and still within our budget?

There’s one potential home sweet home in Rawang which you may like to know more. Just 4 very basic reasons for consideration to drop by and drive around and get to know more.

#1 – It’s already a growing township and within the top 10 most searched areas in Klang Valley.

#2 – It’s being built by a profitable listed property developer which has been building homes for over 33 years. Read about Glomac here. It was founded in 1988.

#3 It offers choices of affordable and well-designed landed homes

#4 – It is for the generations; couples, growing families and even suitable for the grandparents who wants a stroll every morning.

Image: Acadian @ Saujana Rawang

Glomac’s township project in Rawang is known as Saujana Rawang. This is a growing township which has seen its population growing steadily since 2006. It has been a home to many families and has provided an affordable and comfortable option to many growing families over the years.

This project is about contemporary homes within the tranquility and peacefulness from the nature. It is a 345-acre self-contained development next to a pristine tropical forest which meant that right next to your modern home would be nature itself.

Within Saujana Rawang are 10 acres of scenic recreational lake with gardens, palm trees, flowery shrubs, pavilions, jogging tracks and meandering walkways too. This is not all, another 20 acres of recreational lake will be ready for the township too, a very good sign that the township continue to mature with every passing year.

Choices range from terrace homes, semi-detached homes, apartments and even zero lot bungalows which will cater to everyone’s different needs. For those who are inclined towards commercial units, please do drop by or contact us so that we could show you the commercial hub catering to a growing population here in Saujana Rawang and adjacent areas too.

Our Sales Gallery and contact details as below:

Address: Jalan SR 8/1 Persiaran Tasik Saujana Rawang, 48000, Rawang, Selangor

Phone:  03 -6093 5160

For an overview of the whole Saujana Rawang, this is us. (Google Map image below) As you can see, Rawang is an area where you can already find many existing townships and this is an important fact for home buyers when they consider Saujana Rawang here within Rawang. Buy a good property and continue to enjoy the capital appreciation.

saujana rawang

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Charles Tan The Founder The Writer Kopiandproperty
Charles Tan

Charles is Founder of He writes from his investment experience for the the past 20 years in investments including property, stock, unit trust and more as well as readings and conversations with many property gurus in the industry. is an independent property blog which is not affiliated to any media company, property developer or even real estate agencies.


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