Tips On Buying Housing

Because buying a house must match the buyer, then you who want to buy a house will certainly find a house that suits you.

Seeing the function of the house as a shelter and habitable forever, then choosing a home should be done with careful and wise steps. With varying offers, your choices become more widespread. In choosing a house in “housing / real estate”, to keep in mind is the location factor as the main factor in choosing a home. After getting the location, then you decide which housing you will choose. To avoid wrong steps in choosing housing, here are some things to consider inchoosing :

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  1. Who is the Developer or Developer?

Houses purchased through the developers are generally marketed under the condition of the house has not been built. Even sometimes the land where the house will be built is still not in shape, still raw. This means, the buyer buys the “promise” of the developer at the time of purchase. When you give up a sign or a down payment, then you believe that the developer will keep your trust. You believe that the developer will realize the house you bought and submit it on time. Consider the big name, track record, and developer commitment, in choosing the home you buy. How? Find out whether the developers are on time in the delivery of homes that were marketed on previous projects. Including whether the certificates on the houses are also timely given to the buyer. In some cases the law happens where the developer does not build the house or who does not give the house a certificate to the buyer.

  1. Theme and Masterplan of Housing Project

Each developer has determined the theme and masterplan of his housing project. Both are the identity of the housing project. This can be seen from their brochures or ad campaigns. If the theme and masterplan is a green city, then in the region certainly not built industry. Very wise if you pay attention to the theme and masterplan of the housing in addition to the model of building a house that you are interested in. Because ultimately the housing environment will be realized in accordance with its masterplan.

  1. How is the Clean Water Supply?

The problem of clean water in Jakarta and other big cities remains a classic problem. Until now the problem has not been solved, although there have been regional water companies (PDAMs) some of whom cooperate with foreign companies. The supply of clean water to residents’ houses often stagnates, and even stalled completely. Water quality is also a matter of complaint. In this case, well water appears to be the solution. The reason, well water can be spelled free, beyond the cost of electricity for the pump. However, not forever well water well. Now more and more we hear that well water contaminated with sea water or industrial waste. If consumed for many years can disrupt health.

  1. Completeness of Public Facilities

In general, houses in residential complexes are offered in conjunction with public facilities and social facilities such as swimming pools, water reservoirs, electricity lines, telephones, fire extinguishers, sewage treatment plans, worship facilities, and health facilities. The facility meets consumers’ needs for home and lifestyle functions. Careful selection of the availability of facilities will provide greater opportunities for capital gains. Generally developers avoid the construction of complete facilities since the beginning because it potentially cost the developer with high cost at the beginning, and if there is a recession the cost is not returned. Complete facilities from the beginning make buyers pay bigger.

  1. Quality

Without such a standardization institution as in developed countries, property units can be built with different qualities. It is said that this is one of the obstacles that make mortgage-based securitization business difficult to develop in Indonesia. In this regard, it is important for prospective home buyers to consider the quality aspects, both physical quality of the house, road, and environment.