House Hunt Guide

There are mistakes that are cost a little. And then there are mistakes that cost a lot! Buying a piece of property is a financial commitment that can be a smart move or a deadly one.

 

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When a foreigner is in Singapore, he or she might face difficulty finding an apartment, very much of a time is when you can’t decide on the location, and you don’t know what’s best for your family and yourself. Here are some useful hints you will need ask yourself before taking further action. For further assistance, we have our friendly consultants who can help you look for that perfect home.

Budget – How much am I allocating for my housing in Singapore? It is a personal lease or my company paying? How much should the maximum be? Give yourself a flexible range like $3,000- $6,000, so you will not find yourself being stuck in a situation where you are not able to find a place with a firm budget, in an area or apartment that you like.

Budgeting yourself will also evaluate which are the areas and apartments are suitable for you. If you have a budget of $5,000 a month for rental, you can get an apartment of about 1,000 sq ft to 1,300 sq ft. (Also much depending on the district). If you have $15,000 a month budget, you can rent a spacious luxurious apartment with facilities such as swimming pool, tennis courts and gym or even a landed home with a private swimming pool. If you have a budget of $18,000 – $30,000, you can rent a first class …

 

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