HOUSES are big-ticket items and buyers want a good deal when purchasing one.
Location, pricing and condition are three key factors in determining if a home is a good purchase.
If you are buying a unit in the secondary market and the price is too good to be true, especially if it is located in a prime area, something may not be right — unless the owner is selling it because he/she is migrating, or he/she desperatelyneeds funds for children’s education.
Anyone who has bought a house at below market price should know that there could be hidden problems and challenges that could crop up and aren’t easily identifiable, even with the best of home inspections.
Media Title: New Straits Times
Date: 12 Sep, 2019