Things new BTO homeowners didn’t know they need

Five items new BTO homeowners should not overlook when furnishing their new homes.

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27/11/2021 1:45:00 AM

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Five items new BTO homeowners should not overlook when furnishing their new homes.

·2-min readMoving into your new house? (Photo: Gettyimages)Recently, I passed my second year being the "new" homeowner of a Build-To-Order flat, while friends around me are also gradually moving into their new homes. I've had the time to reflect on my past two blissful years of living by my own rules. At the same time, I also wished that I had taken advice from my parents about what to purchase (and leave out!) when it comes to building a home.

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