From the colour of the walls to exactly what kind of furniture we’re gonna buy, many of us have fantasised about our dream homes
But the reality of actually buying your first home isn’t all rainbows and sunshine. Millennials, in particular, tend to have many worries and uncertainties when making that big life decision.
What if you choose the wrong location? What if you end up not liking the place? There are just too many things to consider! And if you’re thinking about buying a high-rise unit, that comes with a whole different set of concerns.
Looking for a high-rise unit that ticks all the boxes? Check out duduk by EcoWorld. They house two gorgeous new high-rise properties within existing EcoWorld townships, namely, Huni D’ Eco Ardence and Se.Ruang D’ Eco Sanctuary. More deets at the end of the story!
But first, here are some things you should be looking out for when shopping for a high-rise unit:
1. Choosing the right location is of the utmost importance
You want to make sure that you’re choosing a location that’s strategic for you. Even if others have highly recommended a particular location, it may not be suited for your lifestyle.
Things to consider about the location include distance from major highways and/or public transport, how close it is to your workplace and loved ones, as well as proximity to conveniences such as schools, malls, and hospitals.
The last thing you want is having to go out of your way to get to work, visit family and friends, or run a basic errand.
2. Look for mature townships built by trusted developers
When it comes to high-rise buildings, you have to consider more than just the unit you’re eyeing. Look at the big picture. What’s the whole township like? Are the developers who built it reputable? What are their other developments like?
Finding out about these things will ensure that you don’t end up living somewhere of subpar quality or having to do a tonne of repairs after you move in.
3. Avoid odd layouts
Your unit’s layout will determine everything from what kind of furniture you can have to what each room is going to be used for. Make sure the layout of the unit you’re getting is practical, spacious, and comfortable. Odd layouts may seem unique but aren’t a good idea in the long run.
4. Find out what facilities the building has
One of the biggest perks of living in a high-rise building is undoubtedly all the perks you get to enjoy right at your doorstep. This convenience is definitely a huge selling point, as you won’t have to leave your building to go to the gym or take a swim. Plus, you can save on the costs of having to sign up for extra packages outside.
However, don’t take for granted that the building you’re considering will have all the facilities you need. Some have more than others. Before buying a unit, find out exactly what facilities the building has, so you can get the most value for your money.
5. Make sure you know how many car park lots each unit gets
This may seem like something minor, but it’s actually a lot more important than you think, especially if your family drives more than one car. You don’t want to end up having to park one or more cars outside the complex.
Before you buy, make sure to find out how many car park slots are allocated to each unit. Do also check on the security measures of the car park, as well as the rules regarding visitor parking.
6. Find out how furnished the units are
Knowing how furnished a unit is can actually go a long way in helping you decide whether or not to buy it. Carefully weigh the pros and cons of each option and figure out which one suits you best.
Semi-furnished units tend to give you the best of both worlds, as you’ll usually be given the most important items, while also still having the freedom to spruce up your place as you wish.
Looking to buy a high-rise unit? Check out duduk by EcoWorld, a brand that introduces an exciting new concept of vertical living
duduk consists of two new high-rise properties within existing EcoWorld townships, namely, Huni D’ Eco Ardence and Se.Ruang D’ Eco Sanctuary. The former is located next to Setia Alam, while the latter is south of Kota Kemuning.
The units at both these places are suitable for millennials, young couples, small families, and newlyweds. Each one has a built-up of 1,000 square feet, with practical and well-thought-out layouts. They have three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and come semi-furnished, along with various smart home items.
These new-age vertical townships offer loads of perks! Enjoy access to all kinds of clubhouse facilities, including swimming and wading pools, gym, multipurpose hall, and more. Plus, you’ll even get two complimentary car park spots!
Best of all, you won’t have to leave the area. Get all your daily necessities, services, and amenities right at your doorstep. Both Eco Ardence and Eco Sanctuary are matured townships surrounded by schools, shopping malls, grocers, retail shops, parks, banks, hospitals, and other amenities.
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This story was originally published on SAYS.