The extra fees that you should consider before you buy a condo

It’s true that before you’re buying a condo, you should also consider other fees as well. There are the car gas fee, public transportation fee, and much more fee. Therefore you should remember about all of the extra fees before you even think to buy a condominium. There are many condominium owners who’ve complained about the waste of money for the car gas fee, due to the location of their condo is too far from their office. It happens because they’ve been tempted by the cheap price of a condo, but they haven’t considered about those extra fees. That’s why it’s a very good idea for you to buy a condo which is near a business district just like the queens peak.

In order to help you to understand more about the extra fees that you will need, we’re going to share with you about the extra fees that you will have to pay after you’ve moved to a new condo.

The first thing for you to consider is the building. It’s important for you to know, whether your condo company is willing to pay for the building repair cost or not. Some of the condominium companies are not willing to pay for it. That’s why it’s important for you to ask them before hand, so when you’re being charged by the building repair fee, you won’t be surprised at all.

The next fee is your gas or your public transport fee. If your condominium is located near your office, then you can consider yourself lucky. The farther your condo from your office is the more gas or public transport fee that you must pay.

The furniture fee is another thing that you must pay. Although there are many condo advertisements that show the condo has been fully furnished, it doesn’t mean that your condo will be furnished as well. You need to know about the type of your condo. Is it unfurnished, semi-furnished, or a fully-furnished condo? If it’s the unfurnished one, then you also need to buy some furniture, due to you don’t want to live in an empty room, and sleep on a cold floor.

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