Do you still live at home with your parents? Are you renting bed space in a dorm-type apartment with four different people? Want an independent life but can’t seem to get it? Dreaming of buying a house but afraid of the hefty bank loan interest?

You don’t have to stay stuck and feel miserable. It's time to get your own home. All the real estate developments happening everywhere give you options on how to invest in a home. But first, you must be convinced.

Here are five wonderful perks and privileges you get from owning a home:

1. You decide what happens

Choose the kind of community you would like to be in with your family or on your own. Live near the urban sprawl, settle further into the country, or live near your workplace. Be where you feel secure and comfortable. Find a sanctuary in your own home. Look for the best options.

2. Change it up

Remodel and improve as you see fit, and if you maintain your home well enough, in the future you may be able to sell it for a profit too!

Here’s a tip: keep your home classic and timeless, so it can cater to a lot of people and they can see room for improvement based on their style as well.

3. Be an entrepreneur

Your home can be an extension of your dream business. Want to go into catering food? A sari-sari store? A small fashion boutique where you sew dresses? It can be done! Get necessary business permits and you’re on your way to being an entrepreneur.

4. Rent it out

A form of passive income is to rent out your home to people who don’t have theirs yet. You get paid monthly for staying in the home you bought but this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be responsible with it. Make sure the basic utilities are properly covered: electricity, water, plumbing, et cetera. Also, be pro-active when your renter has some concerns. Just because you don’t live in your home at the moment doesn’t mean you shouldn’t care.


5. Sell it for a profit

Selling a home for a profit is a good idea if there are new priorities in your life. Do it to travel or finance your child’s college education. You may have found a bigger space in a better location. But before you let go of your home, find buyers who will take care of it the same way you did. Best of all, don’t shortchange yourself.

Owning your own home is not as difficult or as expensive as you think! With BellaVita, it’s possible! For as low as P2,500.00 reservation fee, you can now own a home. Dahil sa BellaVita, Bahay Saya, Buhay Sagana. Now, your dream home can turn into a reality.

With various development sites, you can now choose the best place you want to live in: Cavite (General Trias), Laguna (Alaminos and San Pablo), Quezon (Tayabas), Pampanga (Porac), Batangas (Lipa), and Nueva Ecija (Cabanatuan), going home has never been this exciting.

BellaVita is an integrated community that provides basic goods and services through what they call the Fiesta Market. This is ownership of a home at its best: affordable and truly sustainable. You can have your own BellaVita home through these financing schemes: Spot Cash, PAG-IBIG, bank and in-house financing, and two-year deferred payment.

Call BellaVita’s Hotline NOW at (+632) 908-1500 to begin your journey in investing in your own home. For more on BellaVita and its developments, visit their website: and like them on Facebook.

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