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Jun 21, 2020 1 min read

BORNEO POST: MHub helps property ecosystem players in technology, digital adaption

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COVID-19 related shutdown or slowdowns in business activities

have definitely given many property developers the push in picking up their pace of digital transformation. Before, tech adoption was seen as a matter of speed and efficiency, now it has become a matter of safety and in many cases, business survival.

MHub, the leading end-to-end property transaction platform has responded to the global pandemic by refining their suite of apps to meet the needs and challenges of the market.

“The past 5 years we’ve supported close to 500 property projects from more than 70 developers. We have set in place industry standards that bring together property developers, real estate agents, bankers, lawyers and buyers ” says Quek Wee Siong, Co-Founder & CEO of MHub.

He adds: “This online-based model has been proven effective as MHub successfully transacted 222 bookings during the first 2 weeks of the Movement Control Order. When the country was in lockdown, we launched our own ‘MCO - MHub Can Online’ which enabled developers to conduct virtual walkthroughs, online unit selections and online transactions despite the obvious limitations. The overwhelming response from developers attests to MHub being an ideal solution to an unprecedented challenge.”