Established since 2007, Homesign Network has been building communities for people of Kota Kinabalu to live, work and play. Our success reflects our commitment and our dedication to quality construction, innovation, sustainability and customer satisfaction. We apply our experience and innovation to turn our developments into a success – separating ourselves from the pack, and creating inspired spaces that maximise the living experience.
With more than seven development projects that include commercial, residential and business park across Kota Kinabalu, Homesign Network continues to lead and create legacy for the future. Our reputation of excellence in property development is achieved through team members with ample experience in property development, personal integrity and the continuing working relationships we established with our stakeholders.
We believe our commitment towards excellence in all aspects of our operation are more than just promises, they are standards we have been delivering to our investors since the company was founded. With our mission to redefine the lifestyle of the community of Kota Kinabalu, we shall continue to embrace and uphold our commitment in everything we do.
Over RM$200 MILLIONS properties sold since 2007
Over 70 ACRES of land developments
6 projects to be launched in year 2017-2018
10 CONSECUTIVE YEARS of growth since 2007
“Building communities with a future”
We strive to be a property developer that are committed to improve people’s living standard through excellent quality, innovative and sustainability product for each project we undertake.
We don’t just build buildings, we aim to redefine lifestyle of the community in Kota Kinabalu.
Lee Chee Kiang
As the founder and Managing Director of Homesign Network Sdn Bhd, Lee has been involved in the Construction and Property Development Industry for over 20 years. A Quantity Surveyor graduate, Lee has extensive experience in developing a variety of products, ranging from shopping centres, high end luxury apartments, integrated developments and boutique projects worth RM478.3 million.