Key steps in renovating your home in Singapore – Part 1 – Budget and Plan first
After you collect keys for your new house, the next thing you probably will do is renovation. Parc Central Residences will share with you Key steps in renovating your house Singapore.
If you moved to Singapore, you probably have an impression common among many other fellow ex-pats in Singapore. It’s easy to think that you are living in a great Southeast Asian cosmopolitan paradise with all the creature comforts that you’ve grown accustomed to in your home country while located in a fairly exotic part of the world.
Budget and Plan first
It’s not unusual for a lot of foreigners in this part of the world to conclude that they have the best of both worlds. As awesome as that impression may be, if you buy your own house in Singapore, please understand that the issues that you’re going to be dealing with are going to be the same as your home country.
You have to deal with budgets, you have to have a plan, you have to pay close attention to priorities of repairs, that kind of thing. So, just because your property is located in an awesome part of the planet, doesn’t mean that you will let that sense of exoticism distract you from the fact that there is a practical day to day realities that you need to be on top of.
Prioritization is required
With that said, here are some key considerations in renovating your house. Make sure to prioritize the sections of your house that need to be renovated as soon as possible. One common issue that a lot of homeowners face is that they put themselves under a ridiculous amount of pressure to renovate on a wholesale basis.
They adopt this one-time big-time mindset when it comes to updating their home. It’s easy to understand this because if you’re going to be renovating one part, why not just go all the way? Why not just change the interior and overall mood of your living space in one fell swoop?
Why go halfway when you can take it to its logical conclusion? While this is understandable, it is not always financially feasible. Also, keep in mind that you may not have the time to be able to supervise a thorough renovation of your home.
Renovation on a sectional basis
If you are an expatriate in Singapore, chances are you’re probably very busy with the company that you work for. This is especially true if you work for a multinational corporation with its regional headquarters in Singapore.
Your hands are probably going to be full and if you commit to total renovation, you might quickly find out that you have too much on your plate. The quick workaround to this is to renovate on a sectional basis. Maybe you can start in the bathroom. Once that’s done, move to the kid’s room. And then move on to the kitchen and so on and so forth.
Stay tuned for Parc Central Residences floor plan. Interested buyers can now look at the CPF Housing Grants for EC /EC Eligibilities and book appointment to view the Parc Central Residences showflat which will be ready in H2 2020. Meanwhile, you can check out more information at CPF website if you plan to use CPF for down payment or installment.