Hello Francis Warren,
I am planning buy a 2-bedroom condo unit in The Amaryllis or in Zinnia Towers (both located in Quezon City). Is there a way to finance my purchase thru PAGIBIG Housing Loan?
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Hello Erika Fe “Kaye” Francisco,
Please include the price lists of the latest projects of DMCI Homes in Quezon City: The Amaryllis and Zinnia Towers. These projects are still under construction, and the expected turnover dates are on 2014 and 2015. Check out The Amaryllis’s Project details here. You may also check the Zinnia Towers’ project profile here.
Or you may want to keep your options open by visiting DMCI Homes' website as it offers you a variety of its state of the art, contemporary and comfortable living spaces in forms of condominiums or residential developments.
You might also want to look at Paloverde Tower, Dansalan Gardens. It has 3 tall towers comprising of 31- 31- 18 storeys. You may know more of it in this listing: http://realestatemlsphilippines.com/...nsalan-garden/ or in DMCI Homes' website: http://www.dmcihomes.com
Try visiting its new project developments: Zinnia Towers, Rhapsody Residences and The Amaryllis.
Annem, I've been there twice sa Paloverde Tower, Dansalan Gardens when I visited my close friend. 'Dun kasi siya nakatira. And I must say na ang ganda ng area. Complete sa amenities at masarap lang sa pakiramdam na mapalibutan ng mga puno at garden sa loob mismo ng city.
PS. Magkano po ang downpayment sa mga nabanggit ninyong bagong developments?
Aside from its steep price, what are the things that make mobile homes impractical? If you ever have the privilege to buying one, will you? Can it compete with the existing real estate properties such as house and lot or condominiums? Share us your thoughts.
Johnrick, PHP20,000 ang downpayment. Ang baba di'ba? Isa pa, kapag 2BR unit na nagkakahalaga ng PHP2.5M ang kinuha mo, makakatipid ka ng PHP300,000, dahil iyon sa bagong VAT threshold na ipinatutupad ng BIR na sinusunod namang DMCI Homes.
The link you've attached has been helpful Ms. annem. I was able to look for good developments, actually all of them. But I will be eyeing at Zinnia Towers, and hopefully, be able to reserve at the end of the month. Do you how to reserve a unit in that development? Thank you in advance.
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Yes, you might want to read this thread for guidance. http://www.pinoyexchange.com/forums/...1#post63243279
To add more good news, purchasing any 2BR from any DMCI Homes development will save you a whooping amount of PHP300,000. This is because of the new VAT threshold, ordered by BIR. To know more of this, visit DMCI Homes official website at http://dmcihomes.com
What you should know before buying a home (house and lot or condo) (in bullets.)
•Don't buy if you can't stay put.
•Start by shoring up your credit.
•Aim for a home you can really afford.
•If you can't put down the usual 20%, you may still qualify for a loan.
•Buy in a district with good schools.
•Get professional help.
•Choose carefully between points and rate.
• Before house hunting, get pre-approved.
• Do your homework before bidding.
• Hire a home inspector.
Hey carlamontoya. What if I acquire a 3B unit with balcony in a DMCI Homes development, which some can cost PHP7M, will that PHP300,000- turned savings double? Enlighten me with this new VAT threshold. Thank you.
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I am not quite sure though that in our country, this issue is resolved. Hiring a lawyer would be the best move. A real estate agent may also interfere since real estate property (house and lot or condominium) acquisition is disccused.
It really is impractical to own a mobile home in the Philippines because of the following reasons:
Many banks make a distinction between site-built houses and prefabricated houses when it comes to eligibility for a mortgage. Mobile homes have a reputation for not holding their value over time, unlike in condominiums.
Mobiles houses are mass produced by large companies in centralized factories. Because these companies do this for profit, they don't use the highest quality or most expensive materials available.
Lack of Personalization
For homeowners who are interested in a highly personalized living environment, a mobile house may seem unacceptably standardized and lacking in character.
Not Site Specific
One of the ways that highly efficient buildings decrease their energy use is through proper siting to take maximum advantage of the lay of the land and the sun. Mobile houses don't.
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- Secure a copy of Owner's Duplicate TCT from the owner/representative (you must insist Owner's Duplicate not Certified True Copy). Then compare this to the Certified True Copy from the Registry of Deeds. The 2 TCTs must be the one and the same.
- Make sure the technical description indicated in the title should be closed. To save on money, if you have a licensed real estate broker, he/she should plot the description to save money. brokers should know this since they took seminars on this. Once plotted, the orientation (shape) of the lot should be the exactly the same with the actual property
- Secure a copy of the SPA (consularized and authenticated by the DFA) from the atty in fact. It should be with red ribbon and seal.
- Request for a copy of the Owner's Passport or any gov't issued ID with signature to verify if signatures in the SPA / any other document are one and the same. Hingi mo na rin yung IDs ng Atty in Fact.
- Finally, get the owner's contact number (cel number, email, or skype) and get in touch.
In real estate investing, buyers should exercise proper due diligence.