5 Things Every Condo Buyer Must Consider

Hands up if you are one of the people who are planning to buy a condo in Philippines

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Buying a condo is not as easy as buying a piece of cake at the store, there are things that you need to consider and reconsider in buying one. Being meticulous in choosing the right condo is also an important thing to do for you not to regret later.

The Budget

Ask this to yourself, do I have enough money to buy a condo?

It is the right of the buyer to know the price of the condo whether they can afford it or not. If the condo you really want to stay is expensive enough for you to pay, do not force yourself to buy that particular condo. Even though you have a stable job, there are still a lot of things that needs to be prioritized. 

You also have to consider the budget for the electricity bill, the water bill and other bills that you have to pay. Being wise is a must when it comes to your budget or money matters for you to avoid any problems in your future stay in the condo.

The Accessibility

Ask this to yourself, is it convenient for me living in that place?

Do not choose a condo that is far from your workplace, from the malls, from the markets and from the other places where you mostly go. It will really be difficult for you when you want to go somewhere, especially when it is an emergency yet you are too far from the place where you need to go. You have to consider whether it is easy to go to the different places from the condo where you want to stay.

Easy transportation is also one of the things you have to consider in choosing a condo. Especially when you are a commuter, you have to know whether the transportation in going to the places from the condo is accessible and hassle free on your part.

The environment

Ask this to yourself, do I like the settings of the condo and the people who are also living in there? Or am I safe to live in that condo?

When you think safety is compromised, don’t pursue to buy that particular condo. Even though you think that you want to live in that condo because it is nice, yet you are not sure whether if it is safe for you and for your families, and especially when you have kids to stay in that condo, do not compromise your safety and for them as well.

You have to consider the settings of the condo, whether the condo is properly constructed and not easily be destroy when an earthquake happens or is it along the highway where crossing the streets is dangerous. You have to think of the safety for you and for your families.

The service

Ask this to yourself, do I like the treatment they give to me to whatever I’m concern with? Or are they just treating me or other buyers like a crap?

Admit it! We are persuaded when the agents of the condo treat us as buyers or customers in a friendly and nicely way. We like it when they are approachable when we need their help. Of course, who would like to be treated like a crap by someone you barely know?

When you meet or notice that the services from the agents or the staffs of the condo give to you is rude, you have to reconsider their offer on buying their condo. You don’t want to be rude and create a heated argument with them in the future since you don’t like the way they treat you.

Well, you can just ignore rude agents or staffs and treat them back nicely instead. That if you really want to buy and live in that particular condo.

The level of Satisfactory

Ask this to yourself, am I satisfied with the overall quality the condo have? Or will I feel happy and contented if I’m going to buy that condo?

Assessing and assuring yourself whether you’re satisfied or not can sometimes be critical. Sometimes, it will be your dilemma whether to pursue the buying of the condo or not. Well, it is really up to you to decide on that matter.

Also, assessing the condo from the accessibility, the price, the environment and the services they give to you as a buyer can help you decide something for the future.

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