THE MANILA TIMES | Memorial lots now valued investment for OFWs
ONE of the most stable and lucrative avenues is investing in properties that show robust value appreciation over the long term. With lower bank rates due to the pandemic and the foreseeable economic upturn, finance specialists regard memorial lots as a good place to start, particularly if these are from a highly trusted real estate developer such as Golden Haven Memorial Parks.
Golden Haven, a well-established memorial developer in the Philippines, is present in more than 30 major cities across the country, empowering overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) from the provinces to build a legacy in their hometowns. With memorial lots gaining close to 20 percent annual value appreciation, OFWs, who comprise 10 percent of Golden Haven’s investors, are now earning from their assets that range from five figures for single lawn lots to seven figures for mausoleums.
Investors may also benefit from a plan that includes long-term maintenance; wherein funds are used for the property and for the overall maintenance of the park.
To date, Golden Haven is making it easy even for immigrants and residents from other countries to invest in memorial lots. With online services — available through the official website—fast-tracking transactions, they only need two valid IDs to start the process.
Finally, Golden Haven provides different payment schemes and options that suit starting investors. And once full payment for the plan has been made, perpetual ownership is granted to them.