Rumah Impian Bangsa Johor (RIBJ) Opens again for Application

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His Majesty Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar at the Bandar Dato’ Onn’s RIBJ construction site in November, 2018 (PC: Royal Press Office)

Second chance for Johoreans to own their first home

On 1st December 2019, Yayasan Sultan Ibrahim Johor (YSIJ) made an announcement to give a second chance to Johor citizens to own Rumah Impian Bangsa Johor (RIBJ) for both its projects in Bandar Dato’ Onn and Bandar Baru Majidee by signing up and applying at YSIJ’s official website, https://ribj.sijf.my/

The RIBJ project under the observation of YSIJ was first launched on 22nd March 2017 in the order of His Majesty Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar to ensure every Johoreans could own a house in a good and comfortable area at an affordable price.

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Buyers who meets the terms and conditions, may take up this golden opportunity by signing up at Sistem Permohonan Rumah Impian Bangsa Johor (SRIBJ) through YSIJ’s official website to revise their record in order to see if they can be considered for the home.

The terms and criteria required to be an eligible applicant are; Malaysian citizen, aged 25 years old and above while for a married couple, only one application is allowed. Priority goes to applicants and couples who are yet to own any properties with household income of not more than RM5,000 for Bandar Dato’ Onn project and RM8,000 for Bandar Baru Majidee project.

Infographic for YSIJ’s Rumah Impian Bangsa Johor (RIBJ) for Bandar Baru Majidee

The RIBJ project constructed 808 residential units of which 320 were built in Bandar Baru Majidee and 488 units in Bandar Dato ‘Onn and are priced between RM85,000 and RM150,000 per unit. Both projects are expected to be completed by January 2020 for the Bandar Baru Majidee and August 2020 for the Bandar Dato ‘Onn, Johor Bahru.

YSIJ secretariat advises the public to apply via one channel only that is through YSIJ official website and it emphasises that it has not authorised any third party from any individuals, organisations, companies, agents or other entities to manage their applications.

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