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General Discussion / Re: Want to get a Home Loan and do not know where to start?
« Last post by kathmendez on December 12, 2017, 12:25:57 PM »
I just got a house loan for a townhouse. You might want to check them out. Super okay nung mga deals nila.
« Last post by haleysantos on December 07, 2017, 03:17:36 PM »
This can be a good time to re-introduce this kind of topic now that 2017 is ending. This can serve as a reminder as well for everyone that you need to take good care of your financial status and standing in order to really have a good credit standing not just for the moment, but also when you will be needing it in the future.

2018 is fast approaching, and I really think and believe that things would be good and well for all of in the start of the new year. Most people don't follow the new year's resolutions, but to head start everything, is one of the best things that you can do for it.
Real Estate in the Philippines
Great tips! I actually just got mine through a house loan. Thank you for sharing this.
Wanted to Buy / Lease / Re: Buying a property in the Philippines
« Last post by kathmendez on December 04, 2017, 03:47:11 PM »
I just got mine on a house loan in San Juan. I think the neighborhood is actually great.
I think that it's a great article about having a Home Loan. Though from experience, you really need to check out your financial capability on how to pay your loan in the long run. Also, you need to look for several options when considering where you would acquire the Home Loan. In this way, you may check the interests, the terms of payment and how easy can you offset the loan in the long run. You may continue to find out other options just in case you'll be needing all the knowledge that you may want to get in terms of Loan. Housing Loan is one of the most important things an adult must face and it is a daunting responsibility, but in the end, the fruits of the payment is evident and worth it.
Real Estate Philippines
I want people to win. Come home with me.
1. Look for a real estate property that suits your needs
If you have a job, make sure that it's near your workplace. If you have a family of your own, a real estate property that is near schools, shopping centers and government offices are great.

2. A property that gives value to your money
If a real estate property is expensive, make sure that its amenities fit your needs and lifestyle. It should also be spacious enough that it can let you move freely, and is not claustrophobic.

3.There should be balance
Because a lot of cities are overcrowded, finding a comfortable home in a subdivision can be difficult. A friend of mine who owns a house and lot in Alabang lives in a subdivision where there is a fusion of living closer to nature and the style and comfort modern houses give.

Don't be scared to ask your real estate agent for a house tour so you can get a feel of the property so you will have an idea what it will feel like living there. If you don't feel comfortable, don't purchase. But if you feel like it's the solution to your house and lot worries, contact the developer right away and purchase your prospect house and lot.
Reading this topic about considering to buy a new (or even an old) home, it is very interesting to see all the things that you've mentioned. It is a very good thing that someone wrote this kind of an article. I think this can also be stated to all other Real Estate Philippines. It can be a condo, or a house, or an apartment, the important thing is that you need to consider these essential things that you have mentioned. Thanks for this article. Really helpful for all, especially the first time buyers of home.
General Discussion / Re: Want to get a Home Loan and do not know where to start?
« Last post by marksmith on October 27, 2017, 01:30:10 AM »
Great and informative article.
Thanks for sharing the post.
General Discussion / Re: Your opinion on buy and sell of Memorial lots
« Last post by marksmith on October 22, 2017, 07:04:28 PM »
Hi jasonconferido,
I totally agree with you. It can be a risky investment.
If you still have any confusion, consult with a local real estate agent in your area.
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