MUCH has been said in the last few years about gated-and-guarded communities. The fear of rising crime rates has ensured this phenomenon will continue to be in everyone’s mind when purchasing a property to live in.
In recent years, crime incidences, such as snatch thefts and break-ins, have escalated to a level where the general man in the street is genuinely afraid for his safety and well-being. So the market is now demanding for properties within a gated-and-guarded community. And even it weren’t for such property, the developer must provide some form of assurance of safety to the occupants.
MediaTitle New Straits Times
Date 25 Jan 2018