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Homes within reach in Cavite

(Manila Bulletin)

Attractive pricing and easy processes have been encouraging people to own homes in Cavite that are in the list of BFS Property Sales, the mortgage servicer of 52,000 delinquent loans from the National Homes Mortgage Finance Corporation.

Properties from different villages and subdivisions all over Cavite are listed with BFS, among them those located in Bacoor such as Camella Homes, Springville East, Camella Homes Springville North, and Camella Townhomes in Dasmariñas such as City Homes, GreenBreeze Subdivision, Postal Village, San Marino West, Solar Homes, South Meridian Homes, South Crest Village, Summerwind Village, and Villa Luisa Homes.

Evelyn Llavit and Virgina Evangelista purchased their homes in different subdivisions in Imus.  Llavit wanted a home of her own and decided to look at BFS’s cataog of foreclosed properties after a suggestion from her cousin.

Meanwhile, Evangelista inquired from BFS, searching for a home she can turn into an investment.  They were also helped by the BFS team in choosing their properties, going through the quick and efficient process, with a variety of homes at affordable prices.

In General Mariano Alvarez, BFS properties include Casa de Monteverde Subdivision, and Mandarin Homes, in General Trias, Ciudad Adelina Lakeshore Subdivision and Tierra Grande Subdivision.  Imus properties may also be availed at Camella Homes Barcelona while Noveleta properties are available at Camella Homes Noveleta.  Buyers can also take a look at properties at Capitol Hills Executive Subdivision. Ciudad Adelina, Don Bosco Executive Village, and Lily’s Village.

 

BFS has resolved more than 35,000 accounts, thereby providing legitimate homeownership to more than 175,000 Filipinos and committing further to offer Balikatan borrowers different financial options to avoid foreclosure.  These include basing resolution amounts on current appraised values instead of outstanding principal balance, and partially condoning of penalties and interest.

 

Author: jhenares

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