Some people love living in a condominium. They discovered that life there is happier with more privacy and freedom. Here’s my tip for you if you’d like to live in a condo; just look for Sumang walk EC or Sumang Residences EC in Singapore. It is a high rise condominium perfectly designed with modern amenities to provide you a perfect home you always wanted. If you don’t want to live in a condo just hear me out. Read those benefits you’ll get in owning a condominium.
5 Advantages/benefits of having a condo…
- High Maintenance – one of the benefits in living in a condo is that you don’t have to do the maintenance. Other people will do the maintenance for you e.g. cutting of the grass, fixing the roof and maintaining the ground and the surroundings clean.
- Away from Danger – condominiums have security personnel and before someone enter the premises it is being checked to ensure the safety of the people living inside the condo units. Aside from that, they also have fire prevention facilities that are able to detect smoke. If you live alone, it’s okay because you can easily call for help in emergency situation.
- Good Facilities – condominiums nowadays offer different amenities that are out of reach for the average home owner. An example of this is a swimming pool, fitness centre or gyms. These facilitations can also make it much easier to get to know your neighbours and if you love to socialize, It’s become livelier.
- Saves Money – another advantage when you have a condo is savings. Why? Because condominiums are cheaper than buying a single-family house family. When you buy a house you have to pay for the land but when you buy a condo you don’t have to pay for the land. Statistically speaking, condos are 25-30 percent less expensive than single family house.
- Accessibility – condominiums are usually located in the city. Well, mostly or perhaps near the city. If you’re work place is located in the city. It’s good for you because you can access easily to your office; thus, help you save time to travel.
So have you made a choice? Or would you like to consider living in a condominium? It’s your call.