2 Things to Do Before Deciding on a Home in Malaysia

Moving to Malaysia is a fantastically exciting thing to do, and it will allow you to enjoy a new culture and new opportunities. However, as with any big purchase decision, it is important to make sure that you do these two important things before you decide on a piece of real estate in Malaysia.

1. Find Out About The Locations

The first thing you need to do is to do a little bit of research about the area that you will be living in. Most major cities in Malaysia are going through a huge amount of development right now, and so there is a good chance that your property is going to change over the course of the next couple of years. To find a good ecample of this, look up Ipoh properties or properties in Penang.

It is important to know if any major roads are going to be build, and if there are going to be any major roads running through the area. Develop can be a very good thing for the area as it means that that property value may suddenly skyrocket. However, there is a chance that your new home may end up right next to a railway.

 

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StarProperty.my – Find exciting new properties from the best developers in Malaysia here.

 

 

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Propwall.my – Comprehensive research analysis, classifieds, photos, answers, and maps for Malaysia property and real estate investment.

 

 

2. Have Your Property Appraised

The second thing you need to do before purchase a home in Malaysia is to have your new home properly appraised. It is important to have a professional look over the home. This will allow you to know the current value of the home, and how much it has increased in value since the last inspection was done. The inspector can also determine if anything in the home is not up to the Malaysian building code, which will allow you to know how much it will cost to have things fixed.

A good inspection will even allow you to know if there are any serious problems that may deter you from purchasing them home. You should also do a good inspection by yourself. You should check to see if the home’s footings are in good condition, and if it will work for your growing family. How should also walk around the neighborhood, and if it has everything you want in it. This should include things like access to markets and public transportation systems.

 

IPPEH.gov.my - The Board of Valuers, Appraisers and Estate Agents Malaysia

IPPEH.gov.my – The Board of Valuers, Appraisers and Estate Agents Malaysia

 

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