High-End Living: An Introduction to Executive 3 Bedroom Apartments in Singapore

  • Mark
  • 17 April 2023

Owning a home may be a lifelong goal for many, but it doesn’t mean that it’s the same for everyone else. In fact, there are some who actually prefer to rent their own space. For bigger groups of people, especially families, 3-bedroom apartments seem like the most optimal alternative.  However, with all the various factors one needs to consider, how can you find the perfect apartment for you? In this article, we will discuss 3-bedroom serviced apartments, what to look for when renting, and the benefits that these spaces offer.

What to Look for When Renting a 3 Bedroom Serviced Apartment

  • Price

First and foremost, it is important to consider your budget. You must carefully plan out your financial strategy and if you can reasonably afford to live here. You can do so by doing a bit of online research to get a sense for the typical rental rates in the neighborhood. The higher the price, the more premium the location is and the better quality of the unit. If you find yourself willing to pay a higher price for a certain location, then you’ll need to find other ways to cut back on other expenses. If possible, you can also explore finding roommates to help cover said costs.

  • Quality

Never trust pictures posted online. Before you rent an apartment Singapore, always make sure to schedule a site visit to fully assess whether the unit is really what is claimed in the listing. Take careful note of all the cosmetic issues, such as broken blinds or scratches on the wall. Essentially identifying which can be fixed by your landlord and those that are deal breakers for your preference. With that, it is important to spot whether or not this unit has been properly taken care of. Furthermore, look for health and safety issues, such as bug problems, rodents, leaky faucets, water damage, lead paint, asbestos, dirty air filters, mold, broken heat and air conditioning systems, rust, broken windows, and electrical problems.

  • Landlord

Your landlord can make or break your renting experience. If you have a bad landlord – either with a bad ethics or a lack of boundaries – you may end up in a horrible situation. To prevent this from happening, try to meet with your landlord first, whether this is in person or through a chat on the phone. If moving into an apartment with roommates already, then make sure to ask them about their overall experience with their landlord.

  • Neighborhood

Before signing a lease, try to walk around the neighborhood. This helps you get a sense of the community and assess the general age and demographics of the neighborhood. Apart from safety and demographics, look into whether the community has any specific rules. If there are certain rules and expectations listed, make sure to have a clear understanding before pushing through with renting. Lastly, you should also look into any specific traffic or parking regulations in the area.

  • Lease

Before signing a lease, it is important to have a local realtor or lawyer look over the lease. This is to make sure it’s a standard lease with no surprises and is legitimate. You must also make sure that the following conditions fit your needs as well. For instance, if you plan on subletting your apartment in the future, does this lease allow you to do this? Along with this, check the duration of your lease, whether it’s a 6-month, one year or month-to-month type of lease. The due date for the rent each month, whether roommates are allowed, who is responsible for the maintenance, any parking rules, and whether your deposit is refundable, are also important things to have in writing.

  • Utility Costs

Apart from rent costs, you must also consider utility costs. These utilities include electricity, water, gas, air conditioning, sewer and garbage. Your lease should clearly lay out what utilities you are responsible for covering. However, some utilities may be included in the rent. With that, it is important to double check with your landlord if you are confused.

  • Amenities

When renting a 3-bedroom apartment, you must also consider the area’s amenities and if they fit with your lifestyle. For example, is having extra security and a doorman of utmost importance for you? Do you need an elevator? Does your apartment building have a gym for free use? What appliances come with your apartment? Is your building near any accessible stations or bus stops? What services are offered nearby?

Invest in Your Own 3 Bedroom Paradise Today!

A home is a long-lasting asset, and should meet your needs now, as well as in the future. However, with so many factors to consider, how then can you find the perfect apartment for you? At Fortville Serviced Apartments, we offer the most optimal living spaces when it comes to comfort, style, safety, and functionality. Contact us today to invest in your own 3-bedroom paradise today!