A new property can be exciting, especially if it’s a unique property that would change the way people look at city living in Singapore.
But when you combine this with just being a “new” property that’s not yet on the market, you run the risk of overlooking some very important details. So, to save you from making mistakes and wasting your time, here are all the important things to take care of before you start looking for a new home to rent or buy!
Location: This is important because it affects your search for property as well as your decision about whether to buy or rent. You want to be sure that what you’re looking for is within walking distance from where you live. A lot of people forget this when they set out their ideal location. They end up looking at places that are far away from where they actually live, thus putting themselves at a disadvantage in comparison to those who live near by. However, if you do take the time and effort to check out properties nearby, you will find that there are plenty of options available near Bukit Timah Road without having to go far off-site.
Price: This also matters since it affects how much rent/sale price you can expect as well as your ease of access when dealing with local agents and solicitors on your behalf.
Condo Info: Look for information about current deals and special offers on condo units at Perfect Ten and other nearby developments like Bukit Merah Gardens & Bukit Timah Place . If there aren’t any special offers available on these properties yet, then what’s the point? They would have already been announced!
Parking: When looking for a new property in Singapore, it is crucial that we do our research carefully before making a final choice on which one is best suited for our needs. It might be tempting to consider renting or buying an apartment with only a small parking space due to its location being convenient but don’t forget that parking spaces at residential units is usually included in their rental price so it might not be worth paying extra if we don’t need it during the initial term of our lease (as opposed to buying an apartment without any parking space). That said, most apartment owners tend to provide parking spaces so if we are able to accommodate our needs during rental periods (such as going shopping), then we can afford such extras without breaking our budget too much. You also need to talk