3. Ensure Your Financial Situation is Right
An investment of such magnitude should be carefully thought out, whereby it should fall in line with your financial capabilities. You should be able to understand all the costs you are going to incur for you to own the condo. These costs should fall within your TDSR (Total Debt Serving Ratio) limits. Basically, ensure that you can be able to service the purchase of the condo and all the costs that comes with it without making your financial life miserable.
4. Read and Understand the Fine Print
Be very keen to understand everything written on the fine print, and question the agents where you need clarification. Ensure that you fully understand what you are getting for the final price. You should not assume that everything you saw on the showflat will be included in your condo. Be particular about knowing the final floor area that will be usable. This will help you select between various available condos.
5. Make a Choice of the Unit you Desire
It is important that you look at the developments floor plans and get detailed information of how the flats will look like. Make your choice regarding accessibility to communal spaces, or window placements. You will have a chance at selecting the condo that will meet your tastes and preference.