Was able to look around at the For Sale houses in our village yesterday.. tinamaan na naman ako ng tamad blues eh, kaya ndi ako pumasok.. I hoped to give you better news, but they are really over-priced and in dire need of repairs.. living in the bundoks, (hehe) you basically have 2 kinds of lot areas.. ones which are palubog.. and ones that are pataas.. of course you want the pataas lot ‘cause 1. no worries with water drainage 2.usually comes with a fantastic view.. we were able to see 2 palubog and 1 pataas lot.. the houses were basically the same, dilapidated state.. prefab walls which give you no idea how to improve them (does this mean we have to tear the whole wall down to put a window on it?) I really liked the pataas lot but was absurdly pricey at 1M when the house was more dilapidated than the other 2.. it had no kitchen (tinanggal yung sink).. the CR had a broken toilet bowl (as in basag) and the roof.. well.. the roof needs to be fully replaced.. but in fairness, it had a really great view and.. ahm.. well, it’s 240sq.m, so it’s pretty spacious.. (yun na lang maisip kong maganda sa kanya) pero sabi nga ni Pangs.. we must be open to the fact that the prices have gone up and this might really be their market value.. COGEO is a lot nearer than all the new villages …the roads are cemented, meh NAWASA water and has this ambiance that you can only get from the mountains.. breezy, colder than the usual metro manila weather, with still a lot of trees around (in short, bundok na bundok hehe) .. I texted Ms. Miriam (the agent) if she could ask for a much lower price pero yun na daw talaga yun. Hmpft. <bitch mode> Dapat meh commission ako sa kanya, uh, ako nagturo kela Anshe sa COGEO. Double hmpft. Speaking of Anshe, I’m so happy na taga-Antipolo na rin sila. Hihihi. Syempre mega imagine na ako na we’ll have kids with the same age, have cookouts, parties, etc. *clap, clap*
Now only if we can find our house.