Consider these top points while buying a new home, and save a lot of trouble. What’s more, it is very convenient!
1. Choose the reputed builder
It is always better to go with a builder who has an established presence in the market. A builder who has a good reputation in the market may charge a slight premium over the other builders, which could be well worth it. Consider it as an investment for your peace of mind.
Selecting a new home can be very challenging, especially when you wish to move to a location which is convenient, developed as well as calm and peaceful. Ensure that your new home is close to essential facilities such as schools, colleges, parks, shopping malls, technology, and other amazing amenities.
2. Room and floor size
Ensure that the rooms are spacious, airy, and allow natural light. The room sizes can make a huge difference to your home décor, and your home should boast of your personality.
There should be easy access to each section of the house, which will ensure convenience.
3. Parking space
So you are hoping to settle down in your new home for a long time? Hopefully forever? Make sure that there is ample of parking space; enough to fit in your vehicles!
4. Ceiling height
Some rooms have less than adequate ceiling heights. If someone in your household is tall, bring them along to the open house to make sure the fit in all the rooms is comfortable.
5. Kitchen & bath fixtures
Check whether the sinks, toilets and other fittings are quality fixtures. Do they work properly? Is the water pressure good when you turn on the faucets and flush the toilet?
6. Hassle-free home loans
Builders often rope in banks for hassle-free financing. These banks do a thorough check of the property, and the prospective buyer does not have to go through the hassle of getting the project approved by a bank surveyor for a loan. A bank, especially a government one, will not associate itself with a risky project. Therefore, a state-owned bank on the developer’s board means the project is safe.
7. Wish list / Priorities
You should have clear understanding of what you want from your new home. Consumers should have absolute clarity on facilities or specifications for which they are not ready to compromise.
Priorities must be clearly defined before making decisions.