Tips for Not Being Fooled When Buying a New Home

Buying a new home needs a strategy. Moreover, the house that will be purchased has not yet been built, aka it is still only empty land that just has planning. In order not to be deceived, here are the things you must know;
Property is one promising investment. This type of investment is increasingly in demand because property prices are increasing every year. Not a few enthusiasts are still young. Based on an online survey, the results of which were published in 2014, young people under the age of 25 have started searching for property information. And those aged 25-35 years are those who are eager to buy the first house (first time home buyer).

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The survey was conducted from June to August 2014 involving 2,590 correspondents who answered 65 questions. The results revealed that property enthusiasts consisted of 31% of women and 69% of men. In terms of status, the percentage is mostly found in married correspondents, which is 72% compared to single correspondents, which is 26%.
But often, the lack of knowledge in property makes you young people not observant before buying. In the end, it would be profitable to be stumped because of being tricked. For those of you who are buying property for the first time, this is the reason that you should not buy property that has not been built.
Make sure the building is not built in the disputed land
Before deciding to pay Down Payment, find out first about land ownership status. Whether the project land has a certificate or not. Consumers must also ensure that the project land has been controlled by the developer with proof of ownership certificate. If it is not searched, fear that your money will be used by the developer to finance land acquisition and control.


Ensure complete licensing
Permit for Land Use Appointment (SIPPT) is needed so that consumers have the certainty of buying property with a clear object, namely residential (house or apartment), not commercial. Finally, the legality aspect of technical licensing is Building Permit (IMB). This legality is equally important, because developers cannot build without joining the IMB.
Find out if the developer has been involved in “delinquency”
Another aspect that must be considered is the credibility of the developer. A simple way to check the developer track record is to find out whether the developer is a member of a government-recognized association such as Real Estate
This association membership is very important. Because if there is a fraud case it will be easily traced and held accountable. At a minimum, REI or Apersi can be a mediator. Developers who cannot build their projects completely can be categorized as rogue developers. Even though they have other portfolios that are successfully built.
Don’t choose a developer who only seduces with false promises
Do not be easily entangled with the sweet mouth of the developer who seduces with large price discounts, furniture gifts, or ease of payment (installments and gradual cash without interest). Many consumers are trapped then just pay some money. While in reality the developer does not necessarily have mastered the land or fulfilled permits to build property
There have been many reports telling about the things mentioned. However, if you can be more careful, then the risk can be minimized to occur.