Did it ever cross your mind, what will be your meal for lunch? Did you ask yourself what book you should read next? Have you figured out where will be the next destination for the upcoming vacation season? Just like these questions, if you are thinking ahead and planning on what’s to come, have you ever thought of investing in your own home? If you were the last person we described, then maybe you should look into this buyers guide on how to purchase your next Bria House and Lot.
Things to Consider before Buying Your House and Lot by Bria Homes
1. Consider Your Budget
A focal point that everyone must hit with accuracy is the budget. Your desire to purchase a house and lot should meet your financial capacity. There are a lot of options out there in terms of home buying. But if we will look into it, not everyone has the power to purchase. A house and lot in the Metro would usually cost Php3,000,000 – above. Bound South and North from National Capital Region, provinces offer affordable house and lot, ranging from Php500,000 – Php1,000,000.
Bria Homes have a variety of houses and lots which you could opt for. If you are a young professional or newly-wed couple who want to start living separately from your parents, Bria Homes have affordable houses and lots that will fit in your budget.
Elyana/Elena row house unit or a Bettina townhouse unit in Bria Homes are bestsellers for starting homebuyers. Aside from the affordability, these house models, are stunningly designed to cater to the modern taste of this generation.
2. Consider the Location
A buyers guide on how to purchase your Bria house and lot is choosing a strategic location. Part of home buying is finding a place that is strategically put close to essential needs. A wise investment means you are near to conveniences, and we are proud to say that we’ve got you covered.
Here are the things you should factor in when scouting for a location
Properties within the central business districts are far more expensive than those located in the outskirts. But if you factor in the fees of transportation costs/fares, you will save a lot of money. Also, it’s a great thing that your home is near to everything.
An environment with 24/7 roaming security personnel, monitored vicinity through CCTV cameras, and a crime-free community is part of a secured location. It matters a lot for you and your family’s safety.
Check if it’s a flood-free area and far from fault lines.
4. Future Developments
Lastly, research thoroughly if the location has future projects to be developed.
Bria Homes’ projects nationwide were put in locations, strategically. You don’t have to worry about your daily needs, because we are within close proximity to everything; from supermarkets, schools, banks, hospitals, places of worship, transportation terminals, business hubs, and even to famous destinations in the city, we are only minutes away.
A safe and secured living is what we want for our future homeowners and investors, which is why we think through every circumstance and opportunity to provide peace and order in every Bria community.
3. Consider Your Household Size
This matter matters. A lot had issues when it comes to the size of the house area and lot area. Choosing the size of your home goes hand in hand with your household size. If your family consists of 3 members, you all could fit in a row house unit or a townhouse unit. A large-sized household could opt for a single attached unit with two or more bedrooms and a wider lot area. Young professionals and adults at an early stage who thinks that they are far from marrying someone or doesn’t want to have kids, a condominium may be a wise choice for you.
Bria Homes have house models and even condominium units that come in different sizes for every Filipino household.
4. Consider the Availability of Your Income Documents
One should be prepared and equipped with valid income documents. Either you are employed locally and overseas or a business owner, you should put securing income documents as a priority. Applying for a house loan requires compliance and borrower’s credibility if they are able to pay responsibly. Financing usually asks for proof of income such as payslips, income tax return, and contract of employment with compensation, financial statement, business permits, contract, and certificate of registration.
Bria Homes is your rescue in this gruesome stage. You will be guided from reservation until loan processing. Bria Homes’ staff will help you throughout your home buying journey.
5. Consider Which Financing Will Suit You Best
In terms of choosing where to apply for a housing loan, there is no one right answer. Either you opt for a pag-ibig fund, bank, in-house, or deferred cash, it all goes down on how financially ready you are.
How to Avail a House in Lot in Bria Homes?
Since we are currently experiencing a global pandemic under our sleeves, Bria tends to ease your home buying journey. You can now reserve anytime and anywhere online.
1. Go through the Bria Homes Inc. website.
2. Choose your desired location and house model.
3. Contact the respective marketing of the project or coordinate with a real estate salesperson.
4. Fill out E-BIS Form and send reference number to marketing officers.
5. Submit a picture of 2 valid ids with three specimen signatures of buyer/spouse/co-borrower.
6. Marketing will conduct contract briefing via zoom/messenger
7. Sign the necessary documents
8. Settle the reservation fee through accredited payment channels
BRIA Homes is a subsidiary of GOLDEN MV Holdings, Inc., .one of the largest real estate companies in the country. BRIA Homes is primed to bring quality and affordable house and lot packages and condominium units closer to ordinary Filipino families. This is the goal that drives every single employee in the company, for which the ultimate fulfillment is seeing a client happily moving into BRIA’s homes.
To know more, visit their website at www.bria.com.ph, like and follow “Bria Homes, Inc.” on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, Spotify, Viber Community, Telegram Channel, Kakao Talk, LINE, and WhatsApp, or call 0939-887-9637.
Written by Patrick Janson Comendador