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The Public Sector Housing Financing Board (LPPSA) and the Department of Valuation and Property Services (JPPH) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to exchange information and improve housing finance assessment in the public sector while also enhancing their connection.

LPPSA CEO Mohd Farid Nawawi and JPPH director-general Datuk Seri A’zmi Abdul Latif were in attendance at the virtual event.

The signing also signalled the start of efforts to improve the work process for federal officials.

JPPH has authorised LPPSA to act as an intermediary in determining the worth of a property purchased and assessing home prices for loan construction.

 

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THE Public Sector Housing Financing Board (LPPSA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Department of Valuation and Property Services (JPPH) yesterday to exchange information and improve the housing finance assessment in the public sector while strengthening the relationship of both parties.

The virtual event was attended by LPPSA CEO Mohd Farid Nawawi (picture) and JPPH director-general Datuk Seri A’zmi Abdul Latif.

The signing also marked the beginning of improving the work process to assist civil servants.

In order to determine the value of a property purchased and assess home prices for loan construction, JPPH has authorised LPPSA as an intermediary.

“I hope that everything that is conducted would bring continuous benefits to LPPSA and JPPH in providing the best service to all civil servants,” Mohd Farid said in a statement yesterday.

 

Source: The Malaysian Reserve

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