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Alta Vida at San Rafael Estates, Filinvest Land Inc

HLURB LS No. 24189 , Completion Date: 12/2011 · Alta Vida 1 HLURB LS No. 12474 , Completion Date: 06/2006 · Alta Vida 2 HLURB LS No. 19085 , Completion Date: 03/2009 · Alta Vida 3Alta Vida is a quaint community located within the San Rafael Estates townscape. With a modern spanish architecture, Alta Vida lets you enjoy the good life with your loved ones.Alta Vida is located at Brgy. San Roque, San Rafael, Bulacan.Features and AmenitiesEnjoy amenities for family bonding: • Swimming pool• Grand clubhouse• Basketball court• Gazebo• Central parkThriving LocationSituated within San Rafael Estates, Alta Vida enjoys an accessible location along Doña Remedios Trinidad Highway, Brgy. San Roque, San Rafael, Bulacan.• Minutes from SM Baliwag, schools, public markets, churches, and bus terminals• Easily accessible via NLEX – Sta. Rita or Balagtas ExitAlta Vida is located at San Rafael Estates, a sprawling 64-hectare township development in San Rafael, Bulacan. This residential community envisioned to integrate commercial and institutional components delivers convenience right at your doorstep. A quiet, quaint community, San Rafael Estates is where you can enjoy tranquility at the comfort of your own home.Iris House Model – Spanish MediterraneanThe Iris house model features a unique layout with one bedroom located on the ground floor ideal for guests or elderly members of the family.Total Floor Area: 62.4 sqm ±Minimum lot size: 110 sqm ±Features: 2-storey, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Toilet and Baths, Living Room, Kitchen &amp. Dining Area, Space for CarportTulip House Model – Spanish MediterraneanWith Ref # 919

Renting in the Philippines: Perfect for Expats and Starting Families

Many people, particularly those belonging to the older generation, highly recommend saving up and eventually buying one’s home. For them, renting just won’t do, as a person who does so is practically throwing away money down the drain. While renting may have its set of drawbacks and disadvantages, it also offers plenty of benefits, especially for highly mobile individuals. Here, we list down four advantages of renting and why people, especially expats and starting families to rent, at least for the time being.

1. Renting offers a great deal of flexibility

Renting a house in the Philippines is great for people who do not plan to stay put on one place for at least five years. As buying a property requires a great deal of commitment, not to mention loads of cash, it may not be worth it to buy now only to sell it after two or three years. Renting a house, on the other hand, does not involve a very large amount of money and the duration of which could be as short as a month, providing plenty of flexibility to move even at a moment’s notice.

 

2. Many rental properties are fully furnished

Be it a house and lot in Valle Verde, Pasig, a townhouse in South Triangle, Quezon City, or a condo in Salcedo Village, Makati, many of today’s rental properties in the Philippines come fully furnished, eliminating the need to go shopping for essentials, such as bed frames, bedding, kitchen utensils, and practically everything else, and the need to haul all of these essentials come moving time.

 

3.  Rental properties are impeccably located

The best rental markets in the Philippines are those located in areas close or even within the business districts. These include the Makati CBD, where a great selection of houses for rent can be found in Forbes Park and the high-end villages of Dasmariñas, Urdaneta, Bel-Air, San Lorenzo, and Magallanes. If budget is limited, then may we suggest apartments and townhouses for rent in San Antonio, Bangkal, and Pio Del Pilar. Parañaque’s and Quezon City’s suburban areas are teeming with great houses for rent. These make houses for rent perfect for expats, as proximity to commercial and business areas is paramount to them.

4. Landlords and Owners Take Care of Everything

Although a renter are not be permitted to make renovations or alter anything within the rented property, they also do not need to shoulder the cost of repairs should anything breaks or malfunctions (so long as it’s not the renter’s fault). This saves the renter a lot of money, which can be used for other important expenses.

Although one may not call a rented house a place of his or her own, renting is not at all bad as it offers people, especially expats and starting families, much flexibility. At the moment, the monthly rent for a house is also much cheaper than the loan amortization for a similar property, making renting a viable alternative who are yet financially ready to a buy their own home.