Taman Desa Kasia, Putra Nilai

Taman Desa Kasia is a freehold landed housing estate located in Putra Nilai, Nilai. It comprises Kasia Greens. The built-up available at this project is 1,327 sf to 2,286 sf. It was developed by Nilai Resources Group Bhd (fka PK Resources).

Nilai Resources Group Bhd (fka PK Resources) is a mid-scale property developer listed on Bursa Malaysia, and it has developed about 18 property projects in Malaysia. Other similar projects by the same developer are Desa Kolej, Desa Melati, Impiana Residence, Jati Heights and Nilai Springs Heights.

Property Type
Landed Housing
Land Tenure
1,327 sf - 2,286 sf
Market Price
RM410,000 - RM620,000
Completed In

This landed housing estate has some amenities nearby, i.e. universities and schools. The following are some of the main universities here:

The current rental yield of Taman Desa Kasia is around 6.0%, compared to 2.87% a year ago in Q3 2020. The highest rental yield ever recorded was 6.0% in Q3 2021; while the lowest one was 2.87% in Q3 2020. Meanwhile, the most common unit layouts and sizes available here are as follows:

The most popular layout and size (built-up) combination at Taman Desa Kasia is 4-bedroom / 2,000 sf with a median price of RM230 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is 3-bedroom / 1,327 sf with a median price of RM310 psf; while the cheapest one is 4-bedroom / 2,000 sf with a median price of RM230 psf.

Latest Taman Desa Kasia for sale listings:

26 Dec 2021Terrace2,230 sfRM640,000
11 Oct 2021Terrace2,400 sfRM520,000
1 Sep 2021Terrace1,700 sfRM420,000
30 Jul 2021Terrace1,600 sfRM380,000
19 Jul 2021Terrace1,560 sfRM460,000
14 Jul 2021Terrace1,800 sfRM520,000
14 Jul 2021Terrace2,000 sfRM500,000
14 Jul 2021Terrace2,000 sfRM460,000
2 Jul 2021Terrace2,000 sfRM389,000
2 Jul 2021Terrace2,200 sfRM635,000

Latest Taman Desa Kasia for rent listings:

21 Oct 2021House Room-NA-RM400
1 user comments on Taman Desa Kasia
1 Apr 2020 @ 4:12 PM

This is a guarded residential area and there are many amenities available around this area such as banks, convenience stores, eateries and shopping centres.