Taman Serdang Perdana, Serdang, Seri Kembangan

Taman Serdang Perdana is a leasehold low-cost flat & commercial development located in Serdang, Seri Kembangan. It comprises Cheong Hin Commercial City, East Lake Residence, Fortune Park, One South, Perdana Selatan, Rivertree Avenue, Serdang Skyvillas and South City Plaza. The built-up available at this project is 650 sf to 775 sf for flats and 7,000 sf for shop-offices. Other neighbouring projects around are Megaria Daisy, Megaria Lili, Megaria Ros, Pangsapuri Bayu, Pangsapuri Kiambang, Pangsapuri Seri Indah, Pangsapuri Seri Siantan, Pangsapuri Sri Impian, Pangsapuri Timur and Seri Indah Mas.

Property Type
Low-Cost Flat & Commercial
Land Tenure
Leasehold
Built-up
650 sf - 775 sf (Flat)
7,000 sf (Shop-Office)
Market Price
RM110,000 - RM150,000 (Flat)
RM3,010,000 (Shop-Office)
Density
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Completed In
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Developer
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Launch Price
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The only amenities nearby this low-cost flat & commercial development are universities.

The current rental yield of Taman Serdang Perdana is 5.2% for flats and 11.75% for shop-offices. The highest rental yield ever recorded was 7.09% in Q2 2019 (Flat) and 11.75% in Q4 2021 (Shop-Office); while the lowest one was 5.14% in Q4 2020 (Flat) and 2.88% in Q2 2021 (Shop-Office). Meanwhile, the most common unit layouts and sizes available here are as follows:

Low-Cost Flat Layouts

The most popular layout and size combination at Taman Serdang Perdana for flats is 3-bedroom / 650 sf with a median price of RM190 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is 3-bedroom / 775 sf with a median price of RM190 psf; while the cheapest one is 2-bedroom / 650 sf with a median price of RM170 psf.

Shop-Office Layouts

Lastly, the most popular layout and size combination at Taman Serdang Perdana for shop-offices is 7,000 sf with a median price of RM430 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is 7,000 sf with a median price of RM430 psf; while the cheapest one is 7,000 sf with a median price of RM430 psf.

Latest Taman Serdang Perdana for sale listings:

DateTypeBuilt-upPrice
TodayCondominium450 sfRM230,000
TodayApartment1,065 sfRM439,000
TodayCondominium1,082 sfRM432,000
TodaySOHO450 sfRM280,000
24 Nov 2021Condominium1,065 sfRM397,000
24 Nov 2021Condominium1,250 sfRM325,000
24 Nov 2021Low-Cost Flat678 sfRM100,000
24 Nov 2021Condominium1,093 sfRM390,000
23 Nov 2021Condominium1,385 sfRM500,000
15 Nov 2021Condominium1,215 sfRM387,000

Latest Taman Serdang Perdana for rent listings:

DateTypeBuilt-upRental
TodayRoom-NA-RM550
TodayRoom In Shop-House-NA-RM380
TodayCondominium1,065 sfRM1,800
TodayRoom In Shop-House-NA-RM400
TodayRoom In Apartment-NA-RM350
TodayApartment-NA-RM400
TodayRoom In Shop-House-NA-RM490
YesterdayRoom In Apartment-NA-RM450
YesterdayCondominium1,000 sfRM1,500
YesterdayStudio450 sfRM1,000
5 user comments on Taman Serdang Perdana

Big shopping complex but less crowd. Most of the lots are empty and full of foreigners hanging around. From a shopping mall it became one stop centre for smartphone accessories and spare part.

Kian
14 Oct 2021 @ 1:27 PM

Worst place to stay in ever, parking in basement was dark like in bat cave, security guard is just hiding somewhere else to smoke, a place full with foreigners, shops mostly closed with no access to Malaysian foods, not recommended at all. Soon the place will be rotted into garbage.

Kian
14 Oct 2021 @ 1:27 PM

Worst place to stay in ever, parking in basement was dark like in bat cave, security guard is just hiding somewhere else to smoke, a place full with foreigners, shops mostly closed with no access to Malaysian foods, not recommended at all.

Kian
14 Oct 2021 @ 1:28 PM

Worst place to stay in ever, parking in basement was dark like in bat cave, security guard is just hiding somewhere else to smoke, a place full with foreigners, shops mostly closed with no access to Malaysian foods, not recommended at all.

Kian
14 Oct 2021 @ 1:36 PM

Worst place to stay in ever, parking in basement was dark like in bat cave, security guard is just hiding somewhere else to smoke, a place full with foreigners, shops mostly closed with no access to Malaysian foods, not recommended at all.