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Pearl Avenue Condominium adalah kediaman yang mempunyai rekaletak yang moden dan praktikal untuk seisi rumah. Pearl Avenue direkabentuk untuk memaksimumkan ruang dan keselesaan penghuninya.

Rajah di sebelah kanan menunjukkan contoh pelan lantai unit Pearl Avenue Condominium yang bersaiz 1101 sqft.


Mulakan di bahagian ENTRY - lihat rajah. Beberapa langkah sahaja, anda akan memasuki ruang DINING atau boleh juga terus ke ruang LIVING. Ke hadapan daripada itu, anda akan terus menuju ke balkoni (3 sliding doors).

Apabila melangkah masuk ke MASTER BEDROOM, anda akan bertemu bilik air dahulu di sebelah kiri. Ia direkabentuk sama seperti sebuah bilik hotel.

Note: Tile ditinggikan 2 kaki melebihi ketinggian tile biasa dalam bilik air anda.

Bilik tidur utama juga direkabentuk setentang dengan KITCHEN yang terlindung (hidden).

BEDROOM 2 dengan BEDROOM  3 terletak bersebelahan dan sesui untuk bilik anak-anak. Kedua-dua bilik tidur ini berkongsi bathroom (BATH 2).

Satu ciri yang menarik dalam kondominium ini adalah ruang dapur (KITCHEN) yang luas. Anda boleh membuat ubahsuai untuk meletakkan 'pulau' di tengah-temgah ruangan tersebut.

Untuk meletakkan mesin basuh, anda akan menggunakan ruang YARD yang berhampiran dengan KITCHEN. However, the space for yard is quite small. So, do not buy a big washing machine.



H/P: 019-676 0020


Contoh Pelan Lantai

Pelan lantai Pearl Avenue Condominium. Pelan ini adalah berasaskan pelan lantai Sri Ixora Apartment. Perbezaannya adalah dari segi keluasannya sahaja (Pearl Avenue 1101 sqf manakala Sri Ixora 1028 sqft).

Buying a Home Guide to Getting Started

Guide to Home Buying a Home Step-by-Step


Let's say one morning you wake up and realize that, yes, buying a home is the right thing to do for yourself. You're tired of throwing away money on rent and figure that it's time to get into a home of your own. But you have reservations.

After all, if it's your first time, you've got questions. You might be a little nervous that you'll mess up, and it's normal to feel that way. You are probably spending hundreds of thousands of dollars and making the most important financial purchase of your life.


You will find that being an informed individual about the home buying process is empowering for you. Lucky for you that you came to the right place. So let's get started buying your first home!


Consider if Buying a Home is For You

Many people harbor secret fears about buying a home, and some of those fears are justified. Not everybody is cut out to own a home, and if you're one of those people, it's better to find this out now than when you're under contract.



You might decide that renting is better for you than buying, because buying a home has its drawbacks.


Reason to Buy

On the other side of the coin, there are many more benefits to buying. Keep these reasons in mind if you start to get cold feet.Pride of ownership is the number one reason why people yearn to own their home. It means you can paint the walls any color you desire, turn up the volume on your CD player, attach permanent fixtures and decorate your home according to your own taste. Home ownership gives you and your family a sense of stability and security. It's making an investment in your future.


Should you buy a home before getting married?

Tips for home buying with a partner or significant other before tying the knot, plus how to handle the financial details of homeownership without plans to ever marry. Best wishes on your upcoming nuptials. I believe that every engaged couple wants to choose a home to buy as carefully as they had selected each other. Many couples buy today before marriage because they find it's more convenient.


Before buying a home, get your finances in order

Line up your financing, set aside a down payment and study the loan programs available. By doing your homework, you will know exactly how much you can pay and what it will cost you.


Order a Free credit report

Give yourself time to clean up a credit report that contains mistakes. Dispute errors. Try to reduce your monthly debt obligations now by paying down those loan balances.


Find a Lender

Check out places to get a mortgage and compare rates and fees. Start with your own financial institution, then interview a few mortgage brokers and choose a loan product you completely understand.


Determine a down payment

The more you put down, the lower your monthly mortgage payment. Here are 12 places to find a down payment.


Consider FHA Loans

FHA loans carry competitive interest rates, come with minimum down payment requirements and allow sellers to pay some or all of your closing costs.


Get a Preapproval Letter

Showing the seller you are already preapproved for a loan gives you an edge during offer negotiation.


Pick a Real Estate Agent to Help With Buying a Home


With so much information available online, you might wonder why you need an agent at all. But all local markets vary from one another, and a good agent can guide you by giving you information based on experience and market knowledge.


Why Hire an agent?

An agent with experience can help you to avoid making mistakes such as choosing the wrong home or offering too much. With so much information readily available online, clients sometimes ask me, "Why should we hire a real estate agent?" They wonder, and rightfully so, if they couldn't buy or sell a home through the Internet or through regular marketing and advertising channels without representation, without a a real estate agent. Some do OK, many don't. So if you've wondered the same thing, here are 10 reasons why you might want to consider hiring a professional real estate agent.

You don't need to know everything about buying and selling real estate if you hire a real estate professional who does. Henry Ford once said that when you hire people who are smarter than you are, it proves you are smarter than they are. The trick is to find the right person. For the most part, they all cost about the same. Why not hire a person with more education and experience than you? We're all looking for more precious time in our lives, and hiring pros gives us that time.


Find a Real Estate Agent

Start by asking your friends and family member for referrals. Make sure you are comfortable with your agent before committing to work with that person.


Follow Protocol for working with agents

Here are 10 tips to prevent you from messing up or saying the wrong thing to an agent.


First Time Home Buyer Tips.

The best way to avoid making a mistake it to learn from the mistakes others have made. Buying a home in a desirable location is your best defense. Remember: location, location, location.


Preview Homes for Sale

Start your search online, and don't rely on print because most homes are not advertised in the newspaper.


Avoid the top 3 home buyer blunders

Ask your agent to look at homes before showing them to you, and tour only those that fit your parameters.

Protect your earnest money deposit by writing contingencies into your contract. Here's how to make sure you buy the right home.


Make an Offer and Negotiate Like a Pro


Although buying a home is not like buying a car, for example, you can still negotiate to get a good price.


Top Three Negotiation Tips

Price isn't the only consideration. Sellers often accept lower-priced offers for other considerations.


Facing Multiple Offers

If you really love the home, chances are another buyer will want it as well. Here's how to win your offer.


Dealing with counter offers

It's common for sellers and buyers to negotiate back and forth through counter offers.


Get a Home Inspection and Read Disclosures

Never buy a home without getting a home inspection. Most states have laws about the types of disclosures you are entitled to receive.


Go through this list and make sure your home inspector doesn't miss anything crucial. Besides disclosing lead-based paint, which any home built before 1978 can contain, sellers should notify you of major defects. Always do a final inspection a few days before closing to make sure the property is in the same condition as when you agreed to buy it.


Closing on Your Home


Transactions generally close within 30 to 60 days after your offer has been accepted. Remember to reserve movers or a moving truck early because many people move at the end of the month.


Home Insurance

Shop for insurance rates carefully. Often, the company that insures your automobiles may offer you the best policy rates


Title Insurance Policy

You might think you don't need a title policy, but it's the cheapest form of insurance you can buy, and you pay the premium only once.


Tarikh Terbitan: 9 Jun 2010.

Tarikh Kemaskini: 23 September 2014 - oleh Mohd Azeri Hairuddin