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Buying Real Estate - Advice That Will Keep You From Making Mistakes:
Buying a home is a complicated and exiting process. In this day and age, it can also be very confusing, and changes come quickly. This article is composed of helpful advice and tips to make home buying an easier and more enjoyable experience for you, and one that will yield more positive results!
1.Keep track of what you have done to get into a new home. Set a budget, log your tour dates, the prices and sizes of the homes that you have looked at and you will find that it is easier for you to find a home that is exactly what you are looking for.
2.Buying a home with a great view might have disadvantages, too. Usually, it costs significantly more than the rest of the houses in the neighborhood. Its resale value can also be negatively affected, as the potential buyers might not appreciate the view as much as the original buyer did. There is also a good possibility that during the years, new structures will be erected, significantly altering the original panorama. The basic rule is to pay as little extra for the view as possible.
3.Observe your potential new neighborhood at different hours of the day to insure that the activity and the noise levels are to your liking. You may find that what is a quiet little neighborhood during the day is full of life and noise during the late evenings and at night.
4.Fireplaces are to be considered when choosing a new home. They can serve as the focal point in the family, or living room, and can also increase the retail value of the home. Wood or oil burning fireplaces can save you money by providing heat during the cold months, as a viable alternative to electric heating devices.
5.To get the best value when buying real estate you should start by looking for older homes. In many areas the pricing for the size home is lower than newly built homes and if you have to do repairs or redecorating to make the house more modern you can still save thousands of dollars.
6.When buying real estate, you must check out the type of plumbing, so you can be prepared for repairs down the road. A lot of the plastic pipes commonly used during the early 80's, can get very brittle and fail after all those years of use. If this plumbing is still in the house, then you will be the one stuck with the repair bill.
7.When you are going to visit an open house you should pay attention to more than just the house you are interested in buying. You should take note of the surrounding houses and area so you know what type of neighborhood it is that you would be living in.
8.Try your best to understand real estate lingo and look out for key terms. If the home is described as "cozy" then that usually means the place is very small. Describing a home as "as-is" usually means there will need to be a lot of work done on the home.
9.Do not buy a home with someone else unless you are sure that the relationship is stable. People often make purchasing decisions based on relationships then they find themselves in a huge financial bind when the relationship comes to an end, since they were depending on the other person to help with the payments.
10.If you find a home that you like make sure that it is near all of the amenities that you might need. You do not want to live in the perfect house and have to drive an excessively long way in order to get to a pharmacy, grocery store, or any other convenience place.
11.When considering the purchase of a new home, try to buy in an area with a strong school system. This holds true even if you do not currently have children. Homes located in the sending district for good schools demand higher prices when it comes time to resell. A home in such an area holds a better market value even when times are tough.
12.One thing prospective real estate buyers must remember to check is the status of additions and renovations made to a home. Even renovation work completed well in advance of the house's listing can possibly cause trouble. Work done without proper permits from local authorities is a huge negative - the buyer of a house with such improvements takes on legal responsibility for them.
13.Never buy a house without getting it inspected. While you may walk through a potential home and not see any problems, you never know what is going on with the actual 'bones' of the house. By hiring a home inspector, you will have someone who is experienced in looking for underlying flaws that you may not see.
14.If you have to move because of a job offer, make sure you visit your future town or city. You do not want to commit to a home without going to look at it. It may seem nice in pictures, but there could be problems that you would only know about if you see it in person.
15.Carefully consider whether the benefits of a new construction home outweigh the negatives. Many homes are immediately available to move in to but their prices may not be comparable to pre-owned homes. Developers do offer incentives, so it is possible that they can make up the difference in price with other attractive features.
16.Do not spend more than you can afford to buy your ideal home. A real estate purchase is a big decision. There is nothing wrong with setting high standards and firm goals to make sure your home purchase is a satisfying one. But your financial limitations are the most ironclad variable in the home-buying process.
You need to learn a lot and keep so many things in mind as you take each step toward buying a home and hopefully, you are now better prepared to do that! The ability to learn from others without making mistakes yourself is one of life's gifts, so take this information to the bank, the realtor, and everyone else involved with your home buying and be much better off for it!
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|Cheapest||₱ 4,733,000||1 Bedroom||38.57|
|Most Expensive||₱ 5,966,000||2 Bedroom||48.98|
|Acacia Escalades||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Most Expensive||₱ 3,898,000||2 Bedroom||48.02|
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|Axis Residences||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
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|Escalades South Metro||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Most Expensive||₱ 2,785,000||2 Bedroom||42.34|
|The Wellington Courtyard||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 2,368,000||1 Bedroom||29.41|
|Most Expensive||₱ 6,799,000||2 Bedroom||90.49|
|Woodsville Viverde Mansions||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 2,490,000||1 Bedroom||37.34|
|Most Expensive||₱ 4,893,000||3 Bedroom||69.12|
|Gateway Garden Ridge||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 3,150,000||1 Bedroom||34.38|
|Most Expensive||₱ 8,585,000||3 Bedroom||91.71|
|Sonata Private Residences Tower 1||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 4,886,000||1 Bedroom||36.3|
|Most Expensive||₱ 42,429,000||Penthouse||278.4|
|Adriatico Place||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 31,402,000||3 Bedroom||266|
|East of Galleria||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 4,237,000||1 Bedroom||38.55|
|Most Expensive||₱ 6,636,000||2 Bedroom||61.61|
|Gateway Garden Heights||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 3,591,000||1 Bedroom||33.53|
|Most Expensive||₱ 9,666,000||2 Bedroom||96.47|
|One Gateway Place||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 3,620,000||1 Bedroom||36.17|
|Most Expensive||₱ 12,248,000||3 Bedroom||121.74|
|Gateway Regency||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Most Expensive||₱ 11,087,000||3 Bedroom||95.8|
|McKinley Park Residences||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 4,891,000||1 Bedroom||38.39|
|Most Expensive||₱ 14,000,000||3 Bedroom||105.18|
|The Trion Towers Tower 1||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 7,532,000||1 Bedroom||54.38|
|The Fort Residences||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 8,596,000||2 Bedroom||71.96|
|Vimana Verde||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|The Trion Towers 2 and 3||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 5,572,795||1 Bedroom||37.15|
|Most Expensive||₱ 21,927,533||Lower Penthouse||104.3|
|The Radiance Manila Bay||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 5,648,699||1 Bedroom||36|
|Most Expensive||₱ 25,197,033||Lower Penthouse||120.9|
|Woodsville Residences||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 8,327,338||MODEL 136||136|
|The Magnolia Residences||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 4,500,000||1 Bedroom||36|
|Most Expensive||₱ 15,666,800||3 Bedroom||115|
|The Sapphire Bloc||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 5,570,000||1 Bedroom||36|
|Most Expensive||₱ 12,896,130||3 Bedroom||97|
|Sonata Private Residences Tower 2||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Cheapest||₱ 5,623,740||1 Bedroom||43|
|Most Expensive||₱ 20,882,768||3 Bedroom||141|
|Signa Designer Residences||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Most Expensive||₱ 15,645,553||3 BR COMBINED||84.48|
|Southsquare Village||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Most Expensive||₱ 685,320.51||Lot||50|
|St. Judith Hills||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Most Expensive||₱ 3,928,344||Lot||135|
|Bloomfield Heights Lipa||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Most Expensive||₱ 3,475,080||Lot||315|
|Residenza Milano||Total Price||Unit Type||AREA (sq.m.)|
|Most Expensive||₱ 679,672.40||Lot||153|