When a potential property buyer scouts for a suitable property, a developer’s reputation is often one of the most important considerations. More often than not, property buyers are intimidated to purchase properties especially if those properties are developed by unknown or less popular developers. The developer of Adora, Perdana ParkCity, has truly demonstrated its credibility with more than 15 years of experience and proven track record in property development. Among the many properties which were successfully completed are One Ampang Avenue as well as Bintulu ParkCity. Adora’s design and concept is very much the same as Adiva, another development within Desa ParkCity. However, Adora’s landscape where there is an “inner garden” positioned between the houses is deemed to be safer for kids, as the little ones could play and also run around without being scared of incoming cars. Many reckoned that this concept could possibly cause privacy concerns among the residents at Adora even though the “inner garden” was built with the idea of bringing the neighbours closer to each other. Also, this is due to the fact that the properties at Adora are built very close to one another. Many property buyers tend to compare both of them when making decision on which property to purchase as both Adiva and Adora look similar. All Adiva units come with 2 designated car parking areas, whereas some of Adora’s units only have one car parking lot even though the subsale value for Adiva is lower than Adora. Adora is sited at a less favorable location compared to Adiva with reference to Desa ParkCity’s master development plan. Directly opposite Adora, there are a few blocks of apartment which is currently under construction as well as the presence of a few mid or high rise buildings is definitely a turn off to the panoramic view of Adora units. Besides that, Adora is sited somewhat near to two huge water tanks, opposite the road which is on the Sunway SPK development side. They do contribute to the “ugly” sight of the area even though the tanks do not cause any health hazards. Adora may be situated within a wonderfully landscaped resort style residential development, which currently has a “comfortable” density status, but many have expected the whole area to become congested in a few years time. Many potential buyers are still worried that this place would be densely populated in the next few years even though Desa ParkCity is a well-planned development. This is because the developer had earlier claimed that there will be approximately 7,278 residences in total consisting of 4,500 high-rise condominium units, whilst the remaining are landed houses in the next few years. A few years ago before Adora and the other developments within Desa ParkCity were launched, many people had doubted the appeal of this resort style development, as they believed that there would be massive traffic jam at the U-turn area along LDP as well as the need to pay RM1.60 of toll charges in order to get to Damansara. However, the negative perceptions eventually went off as the beauty of Adora has left most property buyers speechless when this development was completed. This has left a significant effect on the property prices within Desa ParkCity, as the prices of most properties have sky-rocketed to an unbelievable level. However, to some other property buyers, many still feel that Adora is overpriced for a terrace house. Investment wise, many think that it is a little too late to benefit on capital appreciation from a new investment at this place. Many property investors have already bought and sold their units and have even cashed out big profits from the time the property was launched until the vacant possession period. However, as there have been high records of expatriates moving into properties like Adora from other established areas like Mont Kiara, Adora may appeal to those who are interested in generating rental returns.