MyBenefits Relief on Housing - Supply of Affordable Homes

Low-cost homesSPNB Aspirasi Low-Cost Housing  

Supply of low-cost houses nationwide  
Last updated: November 12, 2017  
All information has not been verified by the relevant Ministry/Agency

What is this programme about?  

SPNB Aspirasi offers a wide range of residential projects with prices ranging from as low as RM35,000 for low-cost properties to above RM400,000 for bungalows. 
Buyer’s qualification to purchase the low-cost properties are subjected to the eligibility criteria set by the respective Setiausaha Kerajaan Incorporated (SUK) where the project is located. The other mixed residential and commercial property projects which are priced closer to market pricing are open for sale to all Malaysians unless stated in the sales materials. 

Who can apply? 

General Eligibility Criteria

(Contact ministry/agency for all other requirements, if any)

  1. Malaysian citizen.

  2. Resident in Malaysia

  3. Respective State Setiausaha Kerajaan Incorporated (SUK)

  4. Other qualifications to purchase properties are projects and property specifics (check projects)

What are myBenefits? 

Assistance: Supply of low-cost properties
Income Group: Low-income Malaysians
Target Group: Low-income households

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Contacts

Ministry/Agency: SPNB wholly-owned by Ministry of Finance

Website: http://spnb.com.my/

Email: aduan@spnb.com.my
Mailing address  :

Tingkat 8, Wisma Perkeso, Jalan Tun Razak,  50400 Kuala Lumpur

Telephone: 03 2618 55557 

Fax:03 2618 5882

Online registration: http://e-respon.spnbonline.com.my/eApps/system/index.do

Conditions

Property Price: Residential RM35,000 to RM65,000

How to apply? 
Application process

.Contact ministry/agency to find out the procedures and processes)

 

What documents do I need for application?

The general requirement of documents needed for the application

(Contact ministry/agency for all other requirements, if any)

  1. Copy of the identity card (myKad) of the applicant and spouse 

  2. Completed application form

  3. Income Statement or Letter of Confirmation from     (i) Employers/Income Declaration (ii) If Self-employed - Reports from other relevant agencies 

  4. Other income supporting documents (If any): Socso/Epf/Pension/Investment Book

  5. Copy of Utility Bill (Water/Electricity/Phone/Astro etc) 

  6. Completed application form

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