Buying on paper | Check the apartment's size
If you are interested in buying an apartment on paper (in a building under construction), I suggest you check the apartment's size.
Usually, the broker or the company will tell you that the apartment is "x" sqm.
Ask (and better check what's written in the specification sheet) if the value they tell you includes the external walls or not.
In most cases, it includes the external walls.
It means that the apartment's surface will be about 10% less than the number they tell you.
To give you an idea, if the total surface is 140 sqm, about 14 sqm are lost for the walls. So you will have 126 sqm usable.
Read here all the details of the consultancy service before purchasing on paper: https://www.dsearc.co.il/consultation-before-buying-on-paper
If you are about to buy on paper, download my free workbook! I will give you some advice and guidance before signing the agreement and deciding to buy the property. If you follow all the steps, you will have an in-depth knowledge of the property, and you will be able to decide whether to buy it or not.
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