When it comes to the topic of real estate investment, there are a number of things that flash across your mind- what to do, how to do, what if it doesn’t work, etc. etc. Its in the nature of an investor, particularly newer ones in the business, to be doubtful and apprehensive before investing into a pet project or anything else that he wants to.
Upcoming businessman or investors are generally advised against venturing into this field as its full of risks and pitfalls. With tales of downfall far, far exceeding the ones of success.
It is done so for different reasons as the people who have firmly established themselves in the murky world of business are do not always privy or game for competition from newer talents in the profession and therefore prevent the rookies from joining in with them with either open threats (on rare occasions) or, as mentioned above, tales of downfall and penury.
So most people, to be on the safer side, avoid from treading on this path which is seen as a slippery slope to the success that is awaiting at the top and there are only a fortunate few who reach it.
Also, its a known fact that all kinds of investments, be it business or real estate, have their fair share of risks and shortcomings, as there is a famous saying that ‘there is no business without risks and if there are no risks in the business, then it is not a business at all’.
Having ensured this two fold connection between risk and business, a businessman or investor prepares himself, both physically and mentally, to start out on a venture for which he is ready to put everything on the line as he is of the firm belief that these will provide him with financial benefits in the future.
However, the best laid plans of mice and men do not always tend to succeed as destiny and fate have their own roles to play in success and failure of ventures and business and investments are no exceptions in this regard.
More often than not, the carefully planned strategies tend to backfire disastrously on the investors and leave them in ruins, both socially and financially. You need to be very careful when it comes to dealing in finances and if you tend to invest them for something bigger and better, it becomes all the more important to do so.
Today, we are going to talk about condominiums or, as it is known by its short form, condo. Now, what is a condominium? It is quite similar to an apartment in looks and structure but has enough of space for people to occupy and bigger enough to be compared to a room.
A condo plays a very important role for people who are looking out for a small apartment or room to accommodate atleast two people into it, as it is spacious enough to be classified as an apartment and generally cheaper and affordable for paying guests and used for rental purposes.
Condo is unique in that it that the buildings and areas are shared by different families at the same time and the house occupants have access to each others’ houses. The balconies are shared only the rooms and are different.
Today’s topic of discussion is the 5 condominiums for rent that are close to Singapore’s top food spots. Here it is important to mention the Ola EC, an upcoming project firm to be launched in Singapore that will prove to be a widely talked about tourist destination in the years to come with its splendor and grandeur.
Top 5 condominiums:
Its no secret that Singaporeans are fond of food. Who isn’t? But they are the ones who have a natural affinity to and are most of the times seeing munching on some delicacy or the other. Here are some important hotspots for food lovers there:
- The Warner Court: It is full of food courts and restaurants with the choicest meal available for natives and tourists. For night lovers and disco aficionados, that is one place that is not to be missed.
- La Regal: While it is infamous for being close to the red light area, it does not stop food lovers from coming there quite often and fulfill their fantasies and trying out something new to eat.
- City Square Residence: It is just a stone’s throw away from malls that are house to food courts that are serving delicious food to customers, with Chinese food at the top of the list.
- The Kensington Park: There is a famous food centre there that is generally good for suppers and snacks, especially after workout that is called Chomp Chomp.
- The Red House: It is nothing short of paradise for food lovers, with healthy food and complimentary mouth watering desserts with a good discount for frequent visitors.