The Downsides in the Singapore Property Market

If you are considering selling your Singapore property for a large sum of money, you should consider the risks in the property market before selling it. With so many real estate agencies in Singapore, choosing the right one can be a challenging process.

One way to find the right real estate agents is to go through an online directory of real estate agents. You will have the opportunity to view agents’ profiles and read reviews about the different companies.

Another option would be to ask real estate agents that you know how to trust to help you decide if you should purchase the property through them or other agents. If the agent is working for an agency, you will also be able to check their client list and inquire if they have any outstanding issues to be resolved.

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Independent Agents required

In cases where real estate agents are working independently, you will have to check that the agency has proper qualifications to operate. A government-approved degree in commercial real estate planning is important in this regard.

You should also know if the company has any experience dealing with the current market conditions. If the agent has shown their previous property in the past, this will be a valuable asset to any potential buyer.

Be sure to ask questions about what the agent can do to ensure that your property sells quickly. If there are any inspections or repairs required, be sure to ask the agent to tell you about them.

A good property agent will offer to give you advice on how to improve the home in the near future. For example, they might suggest that you replace some of the appliances or remodel the kitchen or bathroom.

Number of agents working

It is also important that you look at the number of agents that are working for the same company. Although you want to choose the agent that will maximize your profit, the more agents that the agent has, the more competition they will face in the long run.

One way to choose the best real estate agent is to know the portfolio of the agent. You can check out his previous sales and testimonials to see if he is reliable about selling properties.

You can also look into their fees for completing the transactions such as appraisal, legal costs, and broker fees. If you decide to go with an agent, check out their home inspection reports to verify the quality of the property.

The best place to find these downsides in the property market is through referrals. Ask family and friends who have experienced selling properties and the reputation of the company.

My Neighbour Used to Think Three-Room Flats Are Low Class

My neighbour used to think three-room flats are low class. She would always accuse me of having three bedrooms; if I had four then she didn’t need a four-bedroom house in Essex!

Neighbours sometimes think like this because they see only a shared kitchen and bathroom. This is not true in most cases but it can be if you only have one full bath.

If you can see your partner’s bathroom or conservatory, then you should see that they also have certain characteristics. These are probably all common to both couples. But as with a house, there are some differences.

Most kitchens are not large enough for four people to sit around the table. This is not an option in a three-bedroom flat. Many flats would consider these as ‘shared space’.

A four-bedroom house would be the ideal situation, but a three-bedroom one is not. Only if you really have a problem with sharing a kitchen can you consider having a smaller flat?

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Neighbours will be a concern

Neighbours with small children might not want to share a kitchen with two teenagers. If your partners’ bedroom is already full of sleeping children, then you might consider using one room for cooking and one for the living room.

The living room could become a spare room with the intention of transforming it into one room for the children. This is not difficult if the two bedrooms are still large enough. This could save money, but you need to consider how you would get to the spare room.

With one bedroom taken up by the children, you could have the extra room in the hall to separate the two areas. You could even build a set of stairs to separate the living room from the kitchen.

Keeping an extra room

You would then be able to keep the extra room you needed in the attic, which could easily accommodate two beds. If you wanted to keep the main room for reading, music or painting, you could just make one corner bigger than the other.

If you could fit two bedrooms together, then this would be a very good idea. It would make it easier to use the attic and would provide more space for the other rooms.

Neighbours who are now divorced are used to getting on well when there are only two rooms available. This can now happen with three bedrooms, although it may take some time before the children grow out of the idea of being alone in a flat.