The most important thing in buying a house is first and foremost the location. We all know that once a commodity is sold, it itself is constantly depreciating in value, but we will find a strange phenomenon, but the property, whether old or new, is constantly appreciating in value, this is why? In fact, the essential reason is that because the price of land is constantly rising, the part of the price appreciation is actually the premium value of the land. Therefore, the core of property value is the location. The more quality the lot, the more quality the asset, the stronger the ability to resist risk in the future, so it is also recommended that you try to choose a house in Shah Alam with a good lot.
Once you have selected the area based on the location, it is a matter of selecting the building. It is generally best not to buy a building with street frontage or a ground floor shop. The proximity to the roadside is noisy, noisy, dusty and has poor air quality. Having a commercial on the ground floor is also prone to decoration disputes, grease pollution and unsafe staff. Generally speaking, the closer the block is to the central landscape location, the higher the price of the block will be. If you rule out not choosing the street, then it is good to choose the right one inside the block according to your purchasing power.
The house type, firstly, choose the right size according to the actual needs. Then, try to choose a north facing south orientation, so that both sunlight and wind direction are more ideal to meet the requirements of weather conditions. North-facing is the complete opposite and is best avoided. In terms of house type, try to choose a square house type. Nowadays it is popular to have odd designs which then lead to house types with missing corners or irregularly shaped rooms, which are actually very badly used and have poor feng shui symbolism. From a design and space utilisation point of view, the more square the house type, the higher the utilisation of space and the higher the room-getting rate will be.
The focus here is on hospitals, easy access to doctors and medical check-ups, after all, health is important. The vicinity of good tertiary hospitals are in short supply in the future. Especially with the future surge in the ageing population, demand for this area will continue to grow. In particular, wealthy people with the means to reach a certain age will give priority to quality properties near hospitals for their own health and convenience. With higher purchasing power and also a need for healthy survival, the premium value of this asset will also be higher.