The decision to move into a condo is a big one since you are making a shift from an apartment to something new, and while condos and apartments do share a lot of similarities, their most daunting difference is the fact that condos, unlike apartments, are bought. So there is a permanent property investment involved when you make the decision to go for a condo. With so many new condominium projects launching, it can get confusing to choose the right one, so we have mentioned a few things you need to keep in mind when choosing a condo for yourself.
First of all, you want to make sure that the developer of the condominium has prior experience with condominiums or other real estate projects. Next, you want the condominium to be located in an area that is convenient for you. So, do not go for a condo that is on the opposite side of the city from your workplace just because it is cheaper, your convenience comes above the cost of the condo.
All condominiums offer some facilities to its residents, be it a pool, a fitness center, parking or surveillance etc. Get to know about them and see if you are okay with these facilities because you will be charged for them regardless of whether or not you actually use them, so might as well go for condominium whose facilities you actually want to utilize. Read through the fine print of the contract to find out the amount you have to pay monthly, along with the Home Owner’s Association fee that you will have to pay every month as well. Lastly, find out the different policies of the building regarding different things and see whether or not it for your liking before making your decision. Currently, You can find a Sugar Wharf Condo available for booking if you happen to be interested.