Before Buying a Condo in Malaysia, Keep These Tips in Mind

Are you considering buying a condominium in Malaysia? Condos are a wonderful investment opportunity and make a great choice when looking for a home in Malaysia. Purchasing a condo is very similar to the process that goes on when purchasing a home, but there are certainly a few differences. By keeping the following tips in mind, you will be well prepared to shop for condos in Malaysia.


The Price of a Condo Isn’t Always What it Seems

You will probably find that the price of a condo is lower than a single family home. This makes it a more affordable option for many. However, it is important that you keep in mind the condo fee. In some instances, you might find that the fees are just as much as the mortgage on your condo are. Even if they aren’t, they could add several hundred ringgit to the monthly price.


Icons Residence, Mont Kiara Malaysia
Icons Residence, Mont Kiara Malaysia



Most Condos Have Public Spaces Where People Can Gather

Another thing that you should remember is that many condos have public areas where you can interact with other members of the community. Some people love this about living in a condo, but others do not. If you don’t like a sense of community, living in condos might not be right for you.


You Should Understand the Rules

Finally, keep in mind that you will need to understand the rules of living in a condo before buying. For example, even though you own the condo, you still might not have the freedoms you think you will. One instance of this is pets. If you have a pet cat, for instance, some condos will not allow it to live with you. Another example is that you might be restricted on how you can decorate your condo. Certain renovations might not be allowed. In most cases, you will need to check on restrictions before beginning any project.

Is condo living right for you? It might be. Before you find out you will need to keep the above information in mind and talk to those who live in condos. At that point, start looking. Only by seeing condos in person and asking the right questions can you find out if this living situation is right for you.