iProperty.com.my spoke to Suyen Pang, a lifestyle content creator with a keen interest in DIY home projects, for insightful tips on how you can embark on your DIY home renovation journey.
This article will help shed light and offer helpful references to familiarise yourself with before embarking on a renovation plan.
In Malaysia, you can rent or buy homes – houses, condo units, apartments or flats – that are unfurnished, partially furnished or fully furnished. We describe what can be found in each property type, their respective pros and cons and which option would suit you best.
This guide on basic home renovation costs according to the different areas in a house will help you get started on your remodelling journey. Also, find out what are the key renovation items you can't avoid, other cost factors to consider for a home renovation and interior design cost estimates.
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Don’t worry, there are other ways to afford that dream renovation. We take a look at what you should know about renovation loans, loan refinancing, developer rebates and easy payment plans.
Oftentimes, when embarking on a home renovation project, house owners only think about things like interior design, budget and contractors. However, home renovation also requires groundwork that includes obtaining a permit from the local authority and educating oneself on building rules and compliance.
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