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So you’ve already purchased that dream house of yours. It is very likely that you’ve sunk all your savings into it. On top of that, owning a new home will often come with unexpected expenses. You are probably wary of what you are willing to spend, especially with the uncertainties in the current economic climate.

Here are some simple tips that you can take note of when you move in to your new home and save money in the long run.


1. Plan your moving budget

Moving is expensive. In fact, most people aren't prepared for the costs that include mover fees, truck rentals and packing supplies. Knowing what you'll need to spend, what you can save on, and budgeting appropriately can help keep you from burning a hole in your wallet.



2. Check the plumbing of your house

Check the toilet, sinks or faucets for any signs of leakage. That constant dripping of water also means that your money is dripping away in the form of water bills, and not to mention a mouldy bathroom. If your toilet is running constantly or you find a leaky faucet, you should probably report it as a defect and get it rectified.



3. Install LED light bulbs

Installing LED bulbs around your house can save you a lot of money on energy use. They have much longer lives than your regular bulbs, making them well worth the investment over the long run.



4. Get energy saving appliances

Major appliances like an air conditioner, a refrigerator or a washing machine are seldom included in the purchase of a new home. If they are not, spend extra upfront to get energy efficient models. It will be worth the effort in cutting down the costs in electricity bills.



5. Shop smart

Put in a little bit of time and effort to do some research. You can save a great deal of money on household items by discovering great deals, especially during festive seasons. From there, you can map out your shopping list.

A great place to start is Panasonic’s Brighter Celebration Sales happening from 15 December 2017 until 15 February 2018. You’ll be able to net yourself some really great deals on high quality and reliable home appliances to go with your new pad.

Check out your nearest dealers or you can find out more information at www.panasonic.com.my


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@seanlow31 @sam123

Ya, besides that, we can also get it from browsing Ikea online, sometime they do have some good discount on certain products.

Fyi, not all the products sold by the unknown merchants are cheap, need to slowly scroll through and do some homework.

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@JohnL That's true, it's not wrong to use online website, but it is always an unforeseen risk to purchase the item as it may turn out faulty or even lost during delivery. If only we can purchase straight from the main source, i'm sure it will gain more confidence of the home buyers.

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@sam123 

Agree with you on the convenience of online shopping nowadays.

If your credit card comes with 24 months interest free installment. It really helps a lot when you are buying furniture and electrical appliances.  Since you have spent a fortune on house renovation, which must be paid in cash.


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@admin_ps thanks for sharing