PHL’s housing bubble: On raising the value of your houses

Raising your children in a condominium or an apartment is difficult, but raising the value of your houses is way more difficult, but would give you wonderful results. Different publications would always say that living in a condominium is costly and yes it is. Real estate properties such as condominiums may be near to shopping malls, restaurants and club districts but having a home that could raise its value is even more exciting. Do you want to know why? We have three things for you.

An apartment or a condominium’s value depreciates. Government policies would always require a home loan for you to be able to purchase houses but home loan processing takes a while. Moreover, many marketing strategies would offer condominium units and what-not, with a promise of giving you a good life. Many are offering deals that are too good to be true.

But remember that as demand for houses increases, the value of your “owned unit” appreciates, meaning you will have to pay more amount in the long-run.

Be aware of the housing bubble. Perhaps you just paid attention to the image models, again. And never paid attention to the value it gives you. You might have imagined living like a star, or living like a celebrity but in the end, a housing bubble exists. What is the housing bubble?

Unlike the stock market, where most people understand and accept the risk that stock prices might fall, most people who buy a house don’t ever think that the value of their home might decrease.

Why does it decrease? Because of more demand. Because many properties are aiming to develop more and more houses.

When buying a condominium, be sure to be capable of paying it in the long-run. They offer you nearby shopping malls? They offer you restaurants? Think of the long-run. Sometimes, building a village is still the best way to go. You’re near to churches, sports areas, facilities, schools and eateries. You save up money and you’re safe.

Therefore, stay home and be safe.

 

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