A home is a place of residence or refuge and comfort. It is usually a place where an individual or usually a family can rest and relax, communicate, share, feast and be able to collect and store their personal properties. Therefore it is important that when you consider a place to call your home, it must be a safe and pleasant place to be in.
Buying a house is more often than not, the single largest investment most people ever make; yet all too often it’s a decision made in rush without adequate thought and preparation. In this article we will explore some of the house-buying mistakes to watch out for in your property hunt.
One Man Shows
Buying a house is a complex transaction and should not be undertaken alone. You need to enlist the help of these individuals early in the buying process: Real Estate Agent, Banker, Lawyer and Property Inspector. It is also wise to get referrals and advice or tips from family and friends. When assembling your team, select rightly. Lack of experience in the person who does suppose to be your guide can make your property hunt a frustrating experience.
The person that I knew is a former oil & gas services field engineer in Baker Hughes and currently serves as Kuwait Country Head at a leading Oil and Gas service company, after having worked over 12 years in the oil & gas industry, he realized that his life’s passion is in food and beverages.
He then traded his official Dishdasha (middle eastern official suits for men) and Gutra (head scarf) after working hours and weekends to a baker’s uniform and found culinary success in doing something that he loves – baking/cooking, frozen dessert, cookies, brownies and cheesecakes. But he comes not from a long line of cooks.
The fine skills in food preparation were learned from his mother who is renowned for her distinctive Kuwaiti dishes which she cooks for family and friends.