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Rent to own 3 Bedroom House and Lot in Crestwood Heights Antipolo

House model, Carmina Uphill, Crestwood Heights AntipoloFloor area: 65 sqmLot area: 96 sqm3 bedroom2 toilet and bath1 car garageterrace and provision for dirty kitchenCash - March 15, 2020 - less Php 100,000 (Php 2.2 M)Payables :Payment Scheme for the remaining 2.3 M Cash - March 15, 2020 - less Php 100,000 (Php 2.2 M)Installment Payment - 2 years at 7% Interest per Annum - Php 2,622,000Inclusive Dates: (Jan-20)Amount: (615,250)Payment Terms: (Issue post dated checks)Inclusive Dates: (Jun-20)Amount: (615,250)Payment Terms: (Issue post dated checks)Inclusive Dates: (Jan-21)Amount: (615,250)Payment Terms: (Issue post dated checks)Inclusive Dates: (Jun-21)Amount: (615,250)Payment Terms: (Issue post dated checks)Monthly Ammortization - 6 YearsInclusive Dates: (April 2020 to March 2026)Amount: (Based on BDO's computation )Payment Terms: (To issue post dated checks from April 2020 to March 2026)Fire Insurance - 6 YearsInclusive Dates: (For the years 2020 to 2026)Amount: (Based on BDO's computation )Payment Terms: (To deposit annual payment to BDO Account on or before April 1 of the current year)Mortgage Redemption Insurance - 6 yearsInclusive Dates: (For the years 2020 to 2026)Amount: (Based on BDO's computation )Payment Terms: (To deposit annual payment to BDO Account on or before April 1 of the current year)Electric Bills:Ensure payment of Electric bills consumed starting from the time of occupancy (April 2020)Water Bills:Ensure payment of Water bills consumed starting from the time of occupancy (April 2020)Home Owners Association Fees:Ensure payment of Fees effective April 2020Taxes:Documentary stamps tax: 1.5% of purchase costs in most casesTransfer Tax : 0.5% to 0.75% of the house price depending on the municipalityNotary Fees 

Safe as Houses

Real estate is one of those investment vehicles that are sure to offer a healthy return of investment. And houses? Even more so. This is because real estate is finite resource, which cannot be reproduced. As more people buy real estate, the less becomes available. This is one of the reasons why the adage “safe as houses” holds very true on real estate.

 

Who Can Buy Houses in the Philippines?

Buying a house in the Philippines is reserved for those deemed by the constitution as Filipino citizens. However, foreign nationals can purchase units in condominium developments so long as foreign ownership in a single development does not exceed 40 percent. Alternatively, a foreigner may lease land in the Philippines for 25 years, which can be extended by another 25 years. On this leased land the foreign national can build a house.

 

Why Buying a House Makes Financial Sense?

A house and lot for sale may be deemed one of the safest investments there is. But financial aspect notwithstanding, buying a house and lot for one’s end-use is an even better long-term investment. Aside from having a permanent roof over one’s head, a homebuyer can have an asset that appreciates over time, which after years or decades can be sold for profit. Owning a home also affords individuals a great deal security: there will be no monthly rents to sort out and no landlord to maintain a cordial relationship with. However, with owning a home also comes a great deal of financial responsibilities.

 

Costs Associated with Buying a House and Lot

Aside from the purchase cost and fees associated with buying a property, there are also a number of costs associated with owning a property. Most important among these is real property tax, a form of real estate tax that is paid to the local government unit where the property is located. When a homeowner decides to sell their house, they also need to take care of capital gains tax, which is the tax imposed on gains from the sale. Aside from these two taxes, there are also a host of other costs associated with owning a house, including homeowners’ association fees, condo association fees, and the cost of maintenance.

 

Popular Locations for House and Lot for Sale in the Philippines

Quezon City, Metro Manila’s largest and most populated city, is by far the most popular location for online property-hunters looking to buy a house. This city is followed by Paranaque, Muntinlupa, Las Pinas, and Makati. Outside Metro Manila, the most searched-for locations Dasmarinas, Imus, and Bacoor in Cavite Province; San Pedro, Binan, Santa Rosa, Cabuyao, and Calamba in Laguna Province; and Antipolo, Taytay, and Cainta in Rizal Province. Outside Luzon Island, Metro Cebu and Metro Davao were the next most searched locations by online property-hunters looking for house and lot for sale.

 

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