|Buying Property Tips#1: Choose the Right Location|
|Before you choose a location, it is of utmost importance that you consider the development prospect of the area. Other factors to consider here is crime record of the area, availability and nearness of public facilities and utilities.|
|Buying Property Tips#2: Study the Local Market Dynamics|
|It is important to get well familiar with the local realty market. Learn the variation in property prices by street. Don’t shy away from asking a few realty investment agents questions to get better insight on the matter.|
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|Buying Property Tips#3: Choose the Right Property|
|Getting the right property right away is quite unlikely. First, you need to be clear on why you want to buy an investment property. After that, you will be able to make right decision based on factors like remoteness or accessibility of the property.|
|Buying Property Tips#4: Do the Math Properly|
|Get a precise idea on the value of assets you have available. If you are investing in rental property, make sure you can easily cover the mortgage payment through rents. Additionally, get a clear idea on the appraisal value of the property beforehand.|
|Buying Property Tips#5: Consider Additional Expenses|
|When purchasing an investment property, it is not only the selling price that investors need to consider. There are various additional expenses such as property tax, home owner’s insurance, repair & maintenance that must be considered.|
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History of St.Mesa Manila.
The Town of Santa Mesa was situated in the alluvial deposits at the confluence of Pasig and San Juan Rivers. It was owned by a Jesuits religious order during the Spanish Era, and it is in this period that Santa Mesa got its name. Santa Mesa is better known for its role in the Philippine-American War, in which the area became a battlefield during the Philippine-American War. The conflict started when Pvt. William W. Grayson shot a Filipino soldier in San Juan Bridge between Santa Mesa and San Juan. (In late 2003, the National Historical Commission of the Philippines had determined that the conflict did not happen on San Juan Bridge, but at the juncture of Sociego and Silencio Streets.)
Up until the early American period, Sta. Mesa was just one of the barrios that comprised the Sampaloc area of Manila. In 1911, it became a separate religious district, which divided Sampaloc into two parishes. The created parish is now known as the Old Santa Mesa, which extended from V. Mapa to Sta. Mesa Boulevard. The neighborhood was composed of wealthy Spanish and Filipino families who built summer houses attracted to Santa Mesa's cooler climate and the picturesque streets that were lined with ylang-ylang trees. The abundance of these trees started a perfume industry – flowers were harvested, pressed and the oil were exported in great quantities to perfumeries in France.
The small community became the location of the hospital to treat the wounded during World War II. The town experienced its growth after the war. Santa Mesa was the site of a 1950s suburban development because of its proximity to central Manila. The Santa Mesa Market was constructed around this period. It was a big shopping complex, and became popular for the selling of Post eXchange goods from U.S. bases in the Philippines.
Sampaloc and Santa Mesa was absorbed by Manila in the 19th Century, along with other towns and settlements. When the Congressional Districts of Manila was created, Sta. Mesa was separated from Sampaloc, falling to the jurisdiction of District 6. The national census still considers Sta. Mesa as a part of Sampaloc.
|Buying Property Tips#6: Inspect the Property|
|To ensure that you are getting everything you are paying for, a thorough inspection of the property is essential. Besides ensuring that you are not overpaying, a rigorous property inspection also gives you a good estimation on what the additional expenses might be.|
|Buying Property Tips#7: Pick the Right Financing Option|
|While interests on investment property loans are tax free, some borrowing costs aren’t immediately tax deductible. Knowing that, and structuring your financing in accordance is crucial. Don’t hesitate to ask for help from a financial advisor.|
|Buying Property Tips#8: Invest through Equity|
|One of the best ways to purchase an investment property is to leverage the equity of another property (including your primary home). This is a preferable way among regular investors, especially due to added tax deduction advantages.|