The average rental is between RM1,300 and RM1,500
RM300,000 - 750,000
The high-rise price range. Hotspots include Section 7 near UiTM and Section 13 near MSU.
The population has grown from 41,614 in 1985 to 395,637 by 2000. In 2015, the city population further increased to 614,136.
The lower population density ensures comfortable and quality living in Shah Alam.
RM400,000 - 1.45mil
Price range of double-storey terraced homes.
Land used for property development: 16.85%(5108.47ha) for residential, 10.35% (3135.9ha) for industrial, and 3.05% (923.51ha) for commercial.
Bumi-reserved landed properties Prime
Section 13 (Shah Alam city centre)
RM500,000 - RM700,000
Section 18 to 20