- 12.5% Downpayment lang Move-in na
- 15 Months pa ang downpayment term
- Madaling approval from Banco De Oro
- Kaunting requirements
- Lancaster, England theme ang design...
- Buo na ang pagkakakagawa ng bahay, hindi tulad ng iba, hawla lang.
- Hindi binabaha
- 24-hour Security w/ roving guards
- 24-hour Transportation
- Napakalapit sa bagong Cavite Expressway(CAVITEX)(3 mins away)
- Malapit sa Mall of Asia (MOA) (15 mins away)
- Malapit sa Makati (30-45 mins away)
- Magkakaroon ng Bus Terminal sa loob ng subdivision (Jasper Jean Lines)
- Magkakaroon ng Eskwelahan na supervised ng La Salle school sa loob ng Lancaster (St. Joseph School)
- 2 sakay lang papuntang Makati
- P25 lang papuntang MOA
- May gas station at commercial area sa loob ng subdivision (Wet & Dry)
- SM Rosario at SM Bacoor ang malapit
- Kami na ang maglalakad ng loan mo
- Higit sa lahat, walang hidden chargesi
- Monthly mortgage payments are like buying your house on installment. Each month a little bit more of the house belongs to you and a little less belongs to the bank. This is a good thing, because, at the end of the mortgage, you own an asset free and clear. And along the way you build an ever-increasing amount of equity, or vested interest in the house. The icing on the cake comes when your property appreciates (gains value) over time. With renting, you pay for the privilege of continuing to reside in the dwelling, but you never gain an iota of equity no matter how long you stay.
- There are several ways to approach the tax issue, but, as a homeowner, you enjoy clear advantages in return for ownership that a renter will never enjoy. When you own a home, you can deduct the amount of mortgage interest and property taxes you paid when you file your federal income taxes. Some states allow this as well. Check with your tax adviser to find out if your state is one. Interest deduction can add up to quite a bit of savings, especially in the early years when your mortgage payment is probably mostly interest and very little principal.
Pride of Ownership
- If you choose a fixed-rate mortgage when you buy a house, the payment amount is locked in for the life of the loan. Your mortgage payment will never go up. You can look 30 years into the future and know that you will not have to pay more per month for the privilege of living in your house. Rent is different. Tenants are at the mercy of their landlords, and rising rent over time is a fact of life in most areas.
Reference: Derek Dowell, eHow Contributor
- This last advantage, though not as tangible, may be more important to some people than others. When you own something, you are fulfilling the American Dream. You have roots and are part of a community. It's something permanent, or at least as permanent as you're going to find in this life. If you crave that, all other advantages might pale in comparison.