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TERKINI!!! PELANCARAN OASIS 1 CONDOMINIUM MUTIARA HEIGHTS - DIBUKA UNTUK PENDAFTARAN MULAI 9 SEPTEMBER 2014! HUBUNGI 019-676 0020 UNTUK TEMPAHAN SEKARANG!

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Pearl Avenue condo for rent and sale

 

Pearl Avenue Condominium Fasa 1 & 2 adalah projek pembangunan hartanah oleh TLS Holding Sdn. Bhd. di kawasan maju di Sg. Chua, Kajang pada 2010. Pre-sales Fasa II projek ini telah dilancarkan pada Jumaat, 6 Ogos 2010. Terletak di berdekatan Taman Sepakat Indah dan TLS Fitness Center, Pearl Avenue Condominium Fasa 1 & 2 adalah projek kondo yang julung kalinya dibangunkan oleh TLS Holding. Semua unit fasa 1 dan fasa 2 selesai dijual pada penghujung March 2011 atau April 2011. Sila lihat progress pembinaan terdahulu. Kondominium ini telah siapa sepenuhnya pada Mei 2013 dan penyerahan kunci telah dibuat pada bulan yang sama. Kerja-kerja renovation giat dilakukan oleh pemilik rumah yang akan mula menyewakan unit-unit mereka seawal Julai 2013.

TAHNIAH KEPADA SEMUA PEMBELI PEARL AVENUE CONDOMINIUM KERANA BERJAYA MEMILIKI HARTANAH DI KAWASAN KAJANG YANG STRATEGIK DAN MAJU.

RENOVATION WORKS IN PROGRESS BUT SOME TENANTS MOVE IN STARTING JULY 2013!

Untuk mengetahui projek hartanah TLS Holding yang akan datang, sila hubungi saya, melalui emel di mohd_azeri@yahoo.com!

Sekian. Terima kasih.

MOHD AZERI HAIRUDDIN

TLS VIP PARTNER

H/P: 019-676 0020

MAKLUMAT RINGKAS:

Location:

Taman Sepakat Indah, Sg. Chua, Kajang.

Size:

 

1101 Sqft.

Features:

- 3 Lifts

- Security access

- 2 car parks/unit

- Private garden*

- Balcony

- Swimming pool

- Gymnasium

- Jogging track

- MP Hall

- Surau/prayer hall

 

* Only applicable for units at 4th floor.

Completion date:

Jun 2013 (Phase II)

 

 
 

EARLY BIRD PACKAGE

CASHBACK RM5000

# FREE Clubhouse Membership

# FREE Kitchen Cabinet with Hob.

# FREE legal Fees for S & P

# FREE Disbursement for S&P Agreement

# FREE Legal Fees for Loan Agreement

# FREE Disbursement for Loan Agreement

Maklumat di laman web ini akan dikemaskini dari semasa ke semasa untuk memberikan info paling komprehensif bagi membolehkan anda membuat keputusan tepat dan terbaik!

STATISTIK KRITERIA PEMILIHAN HARTANAH

...83.3 peratus rakyat Malaysia bersetuju bahawa lokasi masih merupakan kriteria paling penting dalam pemilihan hartanah; diikuti harga 77.3 peratus manakala 48.6 peratus melihat potensi peningkatan modal dengan 35.5 peratus mementingkan pemaju dan jenama sebagai kriteria utama - iProperty.com dalam Utusan Malaysia 20 Januari 2010..

 


TLS Kondominium Projects:
1. Ivory Residence Condominium
2. Ameera Residence Condominium
3. Oasis 1 Condominium (NEW)
Kondominium Ivory dan Ameera dibangunkan di Mutiara Heights, Kajang dan akan siap pada 2015.

Kondominium Oasis 1 Mutiara Heights Kajang akan mula dibangunkan pada 2014 dan akan siap pada 2017.


 

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 TLS handing the keys to the owner units of Pearl Avenue Condominium in June 2013. During the first 3 months, June to August 2013, the unit owner is allowed to do renovation work. For units that are rented without furniture (basic unit), tenants will begin moving-in as early as July 2013. Before this, many people sceptical with rents rate, either it can be rented at higher prices or not. However, after handing over the keys, it appears that demand for this condos is very high, particularly for sub-sale. Units for rent also can be easily rented at RM1, 400/month for basic units!. Congrats to all buyers!

 

ARTICLES: The Advantages of Condo Living

Here the advantages to condominium living because of the growing trend of city living, and the active on the go lifestyle of our young professionals.

Living in a condominium requires less maintenance than a home because are governed by the Home Owners Association that means maintenance and repairs are the responsibility of the HOA (Home Owner’s Association).

Condos are always built near sections of the city where there lots of amenities and luxuries for our active lifestyle, such as banks, grocery stores, and retail stores, and even hospital. Condos have security systems for the safety of the residents. Living in a condominium is a wise choice and maybe safer than a single family home.

The difference between a house and condo when it comes to garbage disposal is that, people living in condos have a “tidier” and “organized” way of throwing stuff, while people living in houses normally put their trash in one area (communal) for the germs and flies to feast on. Uh-oh! Watch out for the neighbor’s cat!

What to consider when buying a condo?

If you are consider buying a condo, you likely know that condominium purchases are one of the hottest real estate transactions going during peak home buying season. This is because for both first time homebuyers as well as those who are looking to downsize their housing needs, condos still remains quite affordable. While at one time condos had somewhat of a bad reputation in the real estate industry, today they continue to appreciate in market value at a rate that is almost as fast as that of single-family residences.

In the past few years, most condo owners have found they remain quite satisfied with their purchase provided they took the time to make the right purchase. If you are thinking about buying a condo, it is important to make sure you know what to look for as well as what to avoid in order to find a condo that won't make you regret your purchase later on.

For example, there are several things to look out when buying a condo and which can be reasonably avoided.

First, it is important to check into how the condo is managed. Quite simply, some condo complexes are badly managed. It is also important to do some research and make sure you are aware of the fees that are associated with maintenance of the condo. While fees may be common enough, you want to make sure they are no absurdly high in relation to the level of maintenance quality the complex receives.

It is also important to take the time to find out who occupies the other units of the complex you are considering. Unfortunately, there seems to be a trend in many complexes for units to be occupied mainly by renters rather than owner occupants. This can create a problem when the occupants have very little pride of ownership; making it almost unbearable for those who have paid good money for their own units.

When considering a condo purchase there are two main factors that you should first look into.

  • Ponder on the thoughts when preparing to buy a condo. Is it the right move? Will it fit my budget? Will it fit my Lifestyle?
  • Check the advantages and disadvantages of an urban lifestyle. Check out various Condos and note their strengths and weaknesses and also take note of the price range.
  • Get pre-qualified for a mortgage.
  • Inspect the building complex of your desired condo location.
  • Make an offer and close on the deal.
When selecting that residential area, you also need to consider a number of things regarding the neighborhood:
  • The buildings within the area: check the proximity of schools, hospitals and other buildings to your chosen area, so that you know where to go in times of emergency and also so you can estimate whether your area is a passing-thru area for other people who have to go to these places.
  • Traffic situation: The closer you are to business establishments and other major institutions, the greater the chances that your neighborhood will be exposed to noise and to heavy traffic.
  • History. What was the area before they put up your house? It pays to know what was once there.

Buying a Condo as an Investment.

There is no hard and fast rule when it comes to investment condos. A lot of it depends on what exactly you are looking to get out of it. Some people think of investment condos as rentals, while others are thinking of sales value down the road.

If you are looking to buy a condo to rent out, then there are a few factors you need to consider.

Don't just buy the smallest and/or cheapest unit you can find. Not too many people are going to want to live in it - would you? Instead, think of who your target market is going to be. If you want singles, then one bedroom condos would be fine. Once you get to couples (with the possibility of children), then you are going to want to think more in terms of larger units with two bedrooms.

First is to buy large. Buy as big a condo as you can afford. Second is to look for up-and-coming areas. Third and last is to try to find something as unique as possible. Again, when it comes time to sell, you need something to help you stand out from the crowd. Many people don't want the norm, they want something interesting. Think about a loft, especially a conversion. Something with a unique layout or different location. Anything that is not the same as 99% of your competition.

How about apartment? Apartments require special consideration before purchasing. We look at why and recommend steps to invest carefully.

The special concerns of apartment dwellers include:

 

  • How close is the building to shops, cafes, nightclubs and other amenities? Is this going to impact on noise, for example is the building in the main nightlife area of town? Invariably, the nature of apartment living means there will be some noise you have to contend with.

 

  • Is there car parking and do you have to pay extra for it?

 

  • What security measures are in place, for example, can anyone walk into the building? Are there any security cameras?

 

  • Do you have a view and sunlight, or are you blocked by other buildings or facing the wrong way for the sun? Find out if there are any pending resource consents that will affect your apartment block, for example, plans to build a high-rise hotel next door.

 

  • Does it have a balcony so you can enjoy the view or afternoon sunshine?

 

  • What other facilities, such as a gym and swimming pool, are in the complex? This may or may not be important to you.

 

  • Is the lift system reliable and are there enough lifts to cope with the flow of people at busy times? How easy will it be to get your furniture in and out of the building?

 

  • Living in close proximity with your neighbours. Find out about the neighbours and decide if noise could be a problem. Are most of the apartments rented - with a constantly changing parade of neighbours? The type of neighbours could lower the value of your apartment.

 

Now I’m sure that some of my readers might have some valuable tips to share on this topic. Feel free to post a comment with a tip or an advice, and the most useful tips will be published with your name & website in this article

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Tarikh Terbitan: 19 Januari 2010 oleh Mohd Azeri Hairuddin. Last updated: 29 June  2013.