Buying a house, is perhaps the biggest commitment one can make in a lifetime.
With so many aspects to think about, you really have to consider everything, from your financial capability to your emotional stability as having your own house is also a big responsibility (almost like or even more than getting married)
Factors like location, mortgage payment, property taxes, utilities homeowner-association dues and maintenance should be listed down because you have to take care of your financial wellness even after you have paid for your house.
So while everyone dreams of having a house they could call their own, you have to be brave enough to commit and pursue it.
Last week, I was invited to visit Bella Vita Land in Alaminos Laguna. It was a Saturday, no traffic and it only took us 1 hour from Makati to reach Laguna. We had an ocular-on-site visit to check out their model houses called Poli Inner, Poli End, and Gemelli (Duplex).
Poli End's Price List:
Floor area 23 sqm
Lot Area (Ave.) 56 sqm
Unit Price (Ave.) Php693,000
Price varies accordingly, you may check out their site and an agent to show you around the Bella Vita communities of your choice.
Bella Vita is owned by Ayala Land and the property encapsulates the objective of providing decent and affordable homes. Established in 2011, BellaVita Land Corporation brings well planned communities to more Filipinos. It caters to starting families, civil servants, private workers, entrepreneurs and OFWs. who are seeking to own their first home, looking for rental opportunities, want to live near their place of work or want to ensure that their hard earned money are well spent.
Owning a house may be complicated but with properties such as Bella Vita, it makes the decision a little easier to make.
Here are the complete list of Bella Vita communities
BellaVita Cabanatuan East
BellaVita General Trias
BellaVita San Pablo
Visit their site http://www.bellavita.ph/ for more details
|Playground and a Basketball court at Bella Vita Alaminos|
Bella Vita made Christmas 2016 a season of empowerment
BellaVita, one of the country’s forerunners in building homes in social enterprise communities, marked its 5th year by giving back to its residents in the latter part of 2016.Focused on “living and livelihood integration” as an approach to developing its communities, the company organized workshops to help BellaVita residents create simple yet affordable livelihood projects in time for the Christmas season. The program was called “Saya-SaganangPasko Handog ng BellaVita.”
The company held the workshops in multiple locations nationwide during the last quarter of 2016. These activities were done specifically in Cavite,Pampanga, Iloilo, and Cagayan De Oro. Residents, mostly homemakers, learned how to make pastries like Graham Balls and Blueberry Cheesecake in jars.
“We try to go beyond building homes to create a community that is sustainable – masaya at masagana, and we do this by providing ways for learning and livelihood among our residents,” saidVice President & COO, May Platero-Rodriguez.
At present, BellaVita has a total of 14 live projects, with 12 projects located in Luzon, one in Visayas and one in Mindanao. The company remains steadfast in providing decent homes to Filipinos. These are quality homes that are strategically located and designed to to offer residents a comfortable living experience.
BellaVita is a residential brand of Ayala Land, the Philippines’ leading developer of sustainable estates offering a diverse mix of quality residential and commercial developments that support local economic growth.
This year, BellaVita will be marking its 6th year in the industry.