Good news to property hunters, now you check the property valuation online. Currently its only cover sub sale transaction in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor areas. Their database will be updating on a monthly basic.
This gives buyer/investor a better idea on property valuation with ease and with this guide, you don’t have to worry for the unit you are going to buy is overpriced or under bargain.
Swiss Garden Residences @ 1,208Psf
Zetapark The Loft @ 639Psf
Villa Wangsamas @ 453Psf
I bought a service apartment in 2012 using EPF as down payment and the rests of 70% is under loan. Unit price is about RM650K. It is a leasehold property with size of 1271sqf – about RM520 per sqf. The unit is partial furnish – lighting, wardrobe, fridge, hob, stove and washing machine. It is on top of Festival City Mall. The reason I bought this unit mainly because of its location and very convenience to access to public transportation.
After 2.5 years of waiting, I finally received a letter from developer, stated that my unit is ready for inspection & keys collection.
Last weekend decided to go to do the inspection of the unit. I went there at 11+am and got hard time to find the management office as there is no signboard leads to their office. Had to call them up to get the direction – the office is located at the 3rd floor, parking area.
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When you buy a new house, have you ever wonder how much is required to furnish the house before you can really move in and stay in the house? I just do a rough estimation cost for a double storey Semi detached house. You need at least minimum of RM$100k to spend for the house even without the renovation work. See below:
This is a lot more than I thought! Above example haven’t included the alarm system and auto gate. If you can save RM$2k a month, you still need 5 years to get this amount.