Kopar at Newton

Kopar at Newton

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Kopar at Newton, latest new condo at Kampong Java Road, 5 mins walk to Newton MRT. With 435 residential units, Kopar @ Newton is developed by CEL Developments.
Kopar At Newton Showflat Condo By CEL at Kampong Java Road. Official Review.
The advantages of owning condos and lofts include both their attractive pricing and their relatively low maintenance requirements. When compared to detached residential housing, a condo or loft provides a lower-cost alternative that keeps weekends free of endless lawn mowing and home improvement projects. Additionally, buyers will often find a condo or a loft in a prime urban location, for easy access to the amenities of city living.
In some cases, people use the terms “condo” and “loft” interchangeably. Both a condo and a loft are single units inside buildings that contain multiple residencies. The loft, however, tends to have more open floor plans. In some lofts, the floor plans are so open that homeowners are responsible for sectioning off individual rooms.
A hard loft is a traditional warehouse turned into residential space. Just because lofts are formerly warehouse spaces, however, does not mean that they aren’t beautiful places to live. People who transform warehouses into lofts have a great deal of expertise in transforming industrial spaces into comfortable residential spaces. Any loft will have many eye-catching architectural features, including brick walls, open duct work, and large, factory-style windows. A soft loft will have a similar look, but is built as residential space from the ground up, rather than being remodeled from an old warehouse.
Condo or loft ownership has many distinct advantages. The primary advantage of owning a condo or loft is its purchase price. A condo or loft will cost less than a detached single or multi-family home, which makes either a great option for first-time buyers, or for buyers who are only eligible for smaller loans.
A condo or a loft will be a great option for downsizing. After their children move out on their own, many parents or retirees choose to downsize from a large home to a condo. As baby boomers retire, many of them are selling their homes, buying cheaper condos, and keeping the cash for retirement.
For homeowners who are not handy, condos and lofts make great living options. While condo owners may have to do some occasional painting or minor interior remodeling, homeowners’ associations take care of roofing, exterior coverings, and other major expenses. By paying a reasonable homeowners’ association fee every month, condo and loft buyers will ensure that they will not be saddled with large home improvement projects.
A condo or loft is good for people who do a great deal of traveling. For certain professionals, like pilots or salespeople, condo ownership may be a lifesaver. Instead of spending time off mowing the lawn, trimming the trees, or cleaning the gutters, professionals will spend their time off relaxing at home. The homeowner’s association typically handles all regular maintenance projects, enabling busy professionals to enjoy their time off.
On the one hand, living in condos and lofts means living in close quarters with other residents. However, the style, location, and maintenance-free lifestyle associated with these living spaces makes condo life an attractive option for many homeowners. Before making a purchase, buyers should consult a real estate professional in their area, to discuss the ins and outs of the condo market.