How did you find One Holland Village showflat which then make you have the interest in considering condo living? Now condos are easier to rent than houses, especially for condos that are strategically located. If you are interested in investing your money in the property business, this is a good time to consider investing in condo. There are things to consider to ensure that you won’t choose the wrong condo unit as follows:
Choosing a condo investment does not always have to be in a new unit, buying a second hand can still be profitable. Dig up as much information as possible which condos are the most interested, how much the rent per month costs, then how quickly the condo can be rented. To get this information, you can dig from property agents around the area of interest in the condo. Get information from them and then collect to consider what units in the condo you want to buy.
2. View Unit
After finding out in the condo where you want to buy the unit, start contacting property agents to show the units you want to sell. It would be better to contact about 3 property agents in the area so you have a large selection of units. Then start looking at each unit. Write down the unit you are interested in and the property agent and note the price. From the results of the analysis of the view of the unit, you will be able to guess what the right price is for the unit you are most interested in.
You also need to know what facilities are contained in the apartment that you are looking for, usually apartments that are fully furnished are the best for investment.
It is very important that you know how the security system in the apartment is, whether the apartment is safe or there is frequent theft in the apartment complex. Avoid buying an apartment that is notorious for its security.