Location

When buying a home, it is important to give due consideration to the location of the home. Buying a house in the city can enjoy convenient transportation, with bus lines now available in all directions, and the underground lines under construction and already in circulation bring great convenience to our lives and save time costs for commuting to and from work. Buying a home in the suburbs forces you to consider the cost of time, and without a private car it can be inconvenient to get around. In addition, the cost of a private car and fuel are not insignificant expenses.

Environmental factors

In urban areas, especially in some large cities, the air quality is poor, the population flows frequently and urban noise pollution is serious. Most of the houses in the city are high-rise towers or a combination of slabs and towers, with high density of buildings in the district, high density of living population, low greenery rate and a big problem in terms of lighting. In the suburbs, the air is fresh, the greenery is high, the traffic is low and it is relatively quiet. Most of the houses in the suburbs are small low-rise slab buildings with low community density, large spacing between buildings, plenty of sunlight, good ventilation and high living comfort.

Amenities

In the city, the buildings have good amenities and are very convenient to live in. Some large shopping supermarkets are located in the city, and there are many options for large department stores, hospitals, schools and banks. In the suburbs, daily shopping can be a major challenge, and hospitals, schools and banks are not as widely spread.

An urban fringe location like Kajang with relatively backward economic development and low prices, which is suitable for those who just need to buy. If you are a new home buyer, I would like to give you the following advice. First of all, you can choose a house close to your parents, so that you can go home to look after them. And if you are too busy at work, at least you can still come home for a delicious meal. Secondly, it is advisable to buy a house that is close to your workplace. If you live too far away from your workplace, you will spend a lot of energy on the way. If this is not achievable, then you should at least choose a location that is easy to travel to for your workplace. Proximity to the metro can go a long way to alleviating the displeasure caused by the excessive pressure of surface traffic and can also significantly reduce travel costs.