5 Things to Avoid When Buying a Condo Unit
Be on the lookout for these items
Given that buying a condo unit is a huge undertaking, thoroughly reviewing brochures and checking amenities should be part of your must-dos. But if possible, it is also better if you can see the actual unit before signing the contract. You need to make sure that the space is properly planned and designed.
Interior designer Tina Periquet shares a list of things to avoid when scouting for a new home.
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