Can We Guess Your Dream Home Based On Your Priorities?
Does that smartphone-controlled apartment or mansion with a pool actually line up with your goals? Find out where you may end up living by taking this quiz.
Your first home will likely be a SHARED SPACE. Whether it’s your parents’ attic, an apartment with roommates, or any other co-living arrangement, your living space will be simple yet sufficient, so you can keep spending on small luxuries and experiences.
You may have a carefree spirit, but it won’t hurt to be proactive when it comes to adulting. Pro-tip: be future-ready and start thinking about protecting your loved ones from financial burden, by seeking out insurance plans. You can start with a short-term option like FWD Insurance’s Set for Tomorrow plan. It has a short-term variant that’ll protect your loved ones from burdens like unpaid loans from mortgages.
Heart of the city
You love the energy of a bustling city and will likely live in the heart of the metro. The CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICTS of Makati and BGC are a great fit for you! Space doesn’t come cheap so expect a hefty price, whether you choose a studio apartment or a 2-bedroom unit. A big plus, though, is living near your work, coffee shops, restaurants, or malls.
Now before that dream blasts off, know that adulting comes with responsibilities. Get yourself future-ready! Start thinking of protecting your finances by seeking out insurance plans made for breadwinners. Check out FWD Insurance’s Set for Tomorrow. Its Income Protector variant is perfect for breadwinners like you, plus it offers coverage up to the sunset days of your career (55, 60, or 65).
You like the idea of working in the city, but coming home to peace and quiet. LOW-RISE LIVING in the less busy parts of the metro like San Juan, QC, and Marikina is for you. Options are more affordable compared to what you’ll find in the central business districts. But while your budget will go a long way, so might your commute. Even so, you can look forward to a great view of the night sky, unobstructed by skyscrapers.
One thing to remember is that the future is pretty uncertain. Protect that future of yours from the unexpected. FWD Insurance’s Set For Tomorrow makes it affordable for you to keep your home and loved ones safe and healthy up to the sunset days of your career. It’s great for breadwinners like you, who want to start building their future. The Short-Term Variant protects you from the burden of loans so you can focus on your work without any worries.
Away from it all!
You love space, quiet, and want to settle down in a peaceful community OUTSIDE THE CITY someday. Keep saving up for your forever home! Great real estate developments in locations like Laguna, Cavite, and Rizal await. There, you’ll get to own much more space for less, though you will be traveling long distances daily if you end up working in the city. Just take a dip in your pool whenever traffic stresses you out.
Though that milestone is still a dream, it doesn’t hurt to get a dose of reality. You will likely need to take out a loan to purchase the house, which leads to mortgage payments. One tip to be future-ready is to ensure that you’ll be able to fully pay up. Starter insurance plans are your ally, such as FWD’s Set for Tomorrow, which has a short-term option (5 or 10 years) that includes covering unpaid mortgages, should the unthinkable happen. It can be converted to a permanent plan, once the term period is up.
When you start earning money, you will save up for:
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You spot a billboard selling homes along the highway. Which words grab your attention?
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When choosing your future school or job…
When you picture what your own family will look like…
A house is a good investment. Do you agree?
So, which place best suits your personality and goals? Need tips on adulting? We got you! Check out some of our financial literacy guides, such as this budgeting hack that works, even for the mathematically disinclined. Or how about these tips for shared dorm living that’ll help you get along with your roomies better?