If you have decided that you would like to live in a condo, then you are definitely making a good choice. First of all, condos are at the center of the metro; meaning they are surrounded by all kinds of opportunities. It isn’t hard to find a condo unit that you can rent. Almost every six blocks, you would find condos open for renting, especially in growing business districts. If you are moving into a foreign country, you should also know that condos are probably the easiest place to live in as there are only a few restrictions regarding it.
But before you move into a condo unit, make sure that you carefully study the following points first:
- The Landlord. The leaseholder would probably give you a good background check but it wouldn’t hurt if you conduct your own research or investigation. Remember, you are going to live in the condo unit owned by a different person so it is important to learn all you can from the person you are renting from.
- The State of the Condo Unit. Before you move into the unit, you should first do a thorough inspection. Check out the physical state of the condo unit and look for important physical issues that need immediate attention and solving. If you find an issue, never ever hold this information from your landlord as it would not be beneficial to you in any way.
- The Location of the Condo. Where is the condo unit? Are there any particular important establishments it is near at? It is always good to get a firm understanding on the area of the condo you will be living in. Is the condo near a hospital? Or a school? Or even your workplace?
- The Contract. Leasing the condo means there would be a contract for you to sign. Make sure to read and go over the contract many times. Double check whether there are any hidden charges that you may not know about.
- The Building Rules. There are many luxury condos for rent in Hua Hin and each of them has established rules that tenants should abide when they live there.