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  1. Villa Amanzi Modern houses by Original Vision Modern
  2. Breezy Court Residential Apartment Modern houses by Oui3 International Limited Modern
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  4. Hawaiian Tropic Houses by Nicole Cromwell Interior Design
  5. Aedas embraces beauty of Repulse Bay with the design of Pulsa Classic style houses by Architecture by Aedas Classic Metal
  6. Aedas embraces beauty of Repulse Bay with the design of Pulsa by Architecture by Aedas Classic Metal
  7. Aedas embraces beauty of Repulse Bay with the design of Pulsa by Architecture by Aedas Classic Metal
  8. Need help with your home project?
  9. Aedas embraces beauty of Repulse Bay with the design of Pulsa by Architecture by Aedas Classic Metal
  10. White House Modern houses by Original Vision Modern
  11. The Signal House Modern houses by Shape London Modern
  12. Pier House by Shape London Modern
  13. Villa Saengootsa Modern houses by Original Vision Modern
  14. Sava Sai - Phuket, Thailand Modern houses by Original Vision Modern
  15. Sava Sai - Phuket, Thailand Modern houses by Original Vision Modern
  16. Sava Sai - Phuket, Thailand Modern houses by Original Vision Modern
  17. House in Shatin Modern houses by Millimeter Interior Design Limited Modern
  18. Sea Casa Modern houses by Another Design International Modern
  19. Kirby Lobby Modern houses by Sensearchitects_Limited Modern Glass
  20. Kirby Lobby Modern houses by Sensearchitects_Limited Modern Stone
  21. Kirby Lobby Modern houses by Sensearchitects_Limited Modern Stone
  22. Kirby Lobby Modern houses by Sensearchitects Limited Modern Glass
  23. Kirby Lobby Modern houses by Sensearchitects Limited Modern Stone
  24. Kirby Lobby Modern houses by Sensearchitects Limited Modern Stone
  25. Aedas designs iconic residences at Dubai Marina Modern houses by Architecture by Aedas Modern
  26. Hawaiian Tropic Houses by Nicole Cromwell Interior Design
  27. Hawaiian Tropic Houses by Nicole Cromwell Interior Design
  28. Hawaiian Tropic Houses by Nicole Cromwell Interior Design
  29. Hawaiian Tropic Houses by Nicole Cromwell Interior Design
  30. Hawaiian Tropic Houses by Nicole Cromwell Interior Design
  31. Hawaiian Tropic Houses by Nicole Cromwell Interior Design
  32. Hawaiian Tropic Houses by Nicole Cromwell Interior Design
  33. Happy Valley Residential Apartment. Colonial style houses by Oui3 International Limited Colonial

Choosing a house is one of the biggest and most exciting projects a person will ever embark upon. But, building or buying a home can be a daunting task. A person should pour down on the page, all the features that the new home could include, then use common sense and practical considerations to rule out what’s not practical or possible, or out of the budget. Afterwards, they’ll be left with a realistic dream that’s even more exciting for the knowledge that it’s actually achievable. The first step is to design a home – one of the most thrilling phases of a housing project as it’s when the designer gets to put all your dreams down on paper and watch as the dream home begins to take shape on the page.

What are the prices of properties in Hong Kong? 

While it is true that Hongkong is considered as one of the most expensive cities in the world, and is reportedly home to the world’s most expensive property in terms of dollar per square meters. The British-style villa is located on Repulse Bay, a posh residential area known as the address for the country’s richest. But, despite the rising prices in HK, there are other areas where you can easily find a one-bedroom home in a suburban areas such as West Kowloon or Kowloon Tong for as little as $5 million, but the price can most likely rise up to $100 million for bigger-sized properties situated in more central areas like Wan Chai, The Mid-Levels, or Happy Valley. 

How do I find the right house? 

Getting out and about is the best way. Taking a stroll through preferred neighbourhoods speaking to estate agents and browsing the listings in several of the local papers all helps.A couple with no children could well get by in a one bedroom home, but if they’re thinking of adding to the family they should look into at least one extra room they can turn into a nursery. If there’s a home business, looking for another room again to turn into a home office is a good idea. Ultimately, it comes down to both what is needed for the size of the family, and what the budget allows. If you are unsure, you can visit homify’s free consultation page for free advice. 

Which home is right for me? 

There are many types and styles of properties out there, not to mention sizes. A single family home is perfect for couples with or without children, or, if they plan on splitting the cost of a home by sharing with friends, a multi-family home may be just what the group is looking for. Where a person is thinking of living has a bearing too, especially on the materials they might want to look at. A concrete house will suit future home owners considering an area prone to high winds or floods, but if they’re thinking about somewhere without any weather extremes, a rustic wooden house could be a dream come true. For those who regularly dream of upping sticks and hitting the road, destination to be determined, investing in a mobile house could be ideal, as that way there is no tie to any one place.

How do I decide if I should renovate my house or build a new one? 

Simple. If the current home is still in good stead, aiming to stay in it by renovating is best. However, if a family has outgrown their house or it just won’t stand up to the sorts of improvements planned, building anew is a better option. If you choose to build you own house from scratch, sitting down and designing a dream home is the best start. You can then start using homify for hints and tips, and find a builder or construction company to do the work. 

What are the important things to consider when buying property? 

A couple of things to consider include: building materials (traditional red brick design? Or maybe modern wood panelling, or even a home built from clay?), roofing (small tiles, grey slate or perhaps an old fashioned thatched roof?) and finishes and renders (will only exposed beams and raised ceilings do? Or is concrete finishing and modern metal sheeting more the thing?). Ideally, someone looking for a new home needs to know exactly what they want before committing their ideas to paper (and definitely before hiring a builder or speaking to a real estate agent), so thinking it through ahead of time is a must.