Frequently Asked Questions

Project Related

Home Purchase

  1. Select a unit.
  2. Fill up the booking form and pay the booking fees.
  3. Sign off a package letter (if applicable), a PDPA form and a TNB form
  4. Apply for a housing loan from bank.
  5. Once the housing loan is approved from the bank, the purchaser is required to sign the letter of offer.
  6. Sign loan agreement and SPA.
  7. Proceed for SPA stamping and pass the loan agreement to bank for execution.
  8. A stamped copy of the SPA will be forwarded to purchaser for their self-keeping.


It is an affordable home for the middle-income group who is born, residing and working in the Federal Territory.

Malaysian citizens 21 years old & above when the application is made and born, residing or working in the Federal Territory. Household income should not exceed RM10,000 per month for single / non-married applicants or RM15,000 per month for married applicants.

Yes, provided the applicant’s household income is RM10,000 per month and below.

You may log on to the KWP website for more information.

No. Every application of RESIDENSI WILAYAH project must have the original copy of letter of oath which have been signed by a Judge/Magistrate/ Commissioner Of Oaths. A photocopy or scanned copy is not accepted.

Firstly, select the project you’re interested in and fill up your particulars in the project portal. Print out all the documents and go to the Commission of Oath for a “sumpah” procedure. Upload the sumpah copy to the project portal with the necessary supporting documentation as per checklist. Hand over the original copy of the document to the developer, preferably by hand.

Yes, retirees are eligible to buy Residensi Wilayah units, subjected to the terms and conditions which have been enforced.

RESIDENSI WILAYAH requires a restriction of sale for 10 years from the date of the first Sale and Purchase Agreement signed.

Carpark Allocation

All car parks have been pre-allocated to the respective units for SIFUS submission in order to obtain the APDL approval. No changes of car park lots can be made after the submission.

Under the new strata management act, all car parks must be allocated by developer and approved by the relevant authorities before developer may begin selling the units. Therefore, we are unable to change your carpark location after approval.

You may refer to the Joint Management Body (JMB)/Management Committee (MC) for permission rent it out (usually using guest car park). However, buying an additional lot is definitely not permitted as the car park allocation has been submitted to authority and no further changes / add on can be done.

No. Your car park lot is deemed as part and parcel of your purchase in the SPA.


Purchasers are not allowed to enter the project site during its construction. This is strictly due to safety reasons and non-coverage of insurance under the Contractor All Risk Insurance Policy.

However, purchasers can view the construction progress photos through the MY Mah Sing App. Photos will be updated on a quarterly basis.

Project Update

You may access the updates through the MY Mah Sing app which is updated every 3 months Or you may refer to the project website.


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