Choosing a home can be interesting and frightening, you must be careful not to step in and be disappointed later on.
Choosing a home in housing can be an option for those of you who are looking for a home. Having a home in housing will provide many benefits, namely new neighbors and new experiences of living together with large communities.
So that you do not step in wrong, see tips on choosing the following house!
1. Affordable Home Prices
When most people dream of having a spacious and luxurious family home, you don’t have to force it if the budget is insufficient. It is possible that home financing can be assisted with housing loans or abbreviated KPR.
But if you are not comfortable making installments over a large period of time and amount, it is better to choose a house at a price that suits your ability.
To meet these needs, housing developers, especially in big cities compete to build small dwellings due to increasingly limited land.
At present the community is looking for properties that already have the status of SHM (Certificate of Ownership Rights) and SHGB (Certificate of Right to Build).
Ownership Certificate or SHM is a certificate of full ownership of a person on one land or land of the certificate holder. SHM is the strongest proof of ownership of one land.
Building Use Rights Certificate or SHGB is a type of certificate for certificate holders who can only utilize one land to construct buildings or other purposes within a predetermined period of time.
Ownership of HGB land itself is held by the state. Usually, the SHGB deadline itself has a time limit of 20 to 30 years and can be extended. After passing the deadline, the certificate owner must take care of the SHGB extension.
Make sure you buy a house with the status of Ownership and HGB. Both of these status will be accepted by the bank.
In choosing a location can you choose whether it is close enough to the workplace? Easy access to transportation such as KRL or LRT? Is it safe from the danger of flooding? What kind of access to the main road to the house? Is the condition full of holes or difficult to reach because it is too narrow for cars to pass?
In addition to the physical form of the house, we must also include intuition in it. What was the first impression in the first few seconds when you were at a residential location? Does this house give the impression of being happy or is it pressing you?
4. Home Directions
It is better to choose a house that faces east, that is the direction of the morning sun coming, because it is healthier and your house conditions will not heat at night.
5. Home Position
Home positions will determine the price of a house in a housing. For example, if we get a house in a corner, the price will be higher than the house in the middle. Keep in mind the position of the hook or corner is often the target of many buyers because you can develop your home with a larger size.
6. Home Status
Usually the developer provides two choices, a house ready to live or an indent house (purchase of goods by ordering or paying in advance).
The house is ready for habitation, usually the house is ready and ready to be occupied. You can see the house directly and can immediately occupy when you have paid or the credit is approved by the bank.
While the indent house means you can only choose the location from the map of the housing site then wait 8 months to two years for the house construction process.
If you have children adjust the environment to the needs of the child. Like the existence of field facilities or parks where they play. Are there children around the age? Are environmental conditions safe and conducive to child development?
8. Close to Activity Center
The location of a house that is close to schools, shopping areas, hospitals, libraries, is equally important to “spoil” your small family.
Even better if a number of these facilities can be reached on foot or by bicycle. That way children can reach school easily and cheaply. Most importantly, parental access to a place of work can also be taken into account.