It’s true that buying a condo in the strategic area will be very expensive. Not only that, even though if you have the money, you will have to buy it fast, due to the strategic location will attract a lot of investors and other buyers as well. Finding a condo which is located near the CBD can be very difficult. Unless you’re choosing a great condo with the affordable prices just like the Paya Lebar Quarter. However, if you’re planning to buy a condo far from PLQ, and you want to find it by yourself, here are the tips to find a good condo to live:
1. Check the developer’s license legality
When you’re planning to only buy a good-quality condo, then you should only buy it from the legal developer. Checking the developer’s license and permits are crucial in order to buy a condo without any problem, especially with the authorities. By buying a condo from a legal developer, you will also save yourself from many kinds of scams as well. Therefore you won’t only get the high-quality condominium, but you will prevent yourself from being tricked by a lot of fraud condo developers.
2. Location is vital
It’s understandable if you’re planning to buy the cheaper one with the good quality. However, you have to be careful, due to the cheaper one might be located far from the public facilities such as the hospital, police stations, MRT stations, schools, CBD, and airport. Therefore, if you want a convenient location for your condo, make sure that your condo location isn’t far from those important facilities.
3. Check its surroundings
If you want a quite condo it’s not a good idea to buy one near a nightclub or MRT station, due to you won’t be able to have a peaceful night for sleeping. However, if you love to go to a party, buying the one which is near a nightclub will be very beneficial, as along as you can stand the noises when you’re sleeping in your condo during the night. It will be a very good idea to investigate about the crime rate in the area as well. Although the Singapore is a relatively safe country, it’s better to be safe than sorry.