Post-COVID Checklist for Homebuyers

Staying at home at the height of COVID-19 has made us realize the importance of having your own safe and comfortable living space. With the pandemic ushering in major changes in the way we live, our perception of what is truly essential when it comes to home buying should also shift.

If you’re thinking of getting your own place, here are some things you should consider in your search for the right home:

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Total quality

Your house is the biggest investment of your life, so make sure you get the very best that’s within your budget. Quality materials should be a given, and that should not be limited to the construction of your house alone. Consider how well the entire development is planned and built as this will affect your quality of living.

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Safety is key

When it comes to safety, fenced perimeters, guarded entrances, and round-the-clock security used to be the gold standard. However, nowadays, these are not enough. Health and safety protocols should also be established and enforced in the community to ensure the welfare of the residents.

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Essentials are within reach

Restricted mobility during the ECQ emphasized how advantageous it is to be proximate to essential establishments. Easy access to wet markets, groceries, pharmacies and the like make it easier to maintain a steady supply of all the necessities for maintaining a clean and healthy household.

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Fresh environs

Parks and open spaces are not just scenic venues for exercise and recreation; they’re also key in reducing heat, noise, and air pollution in the environment. Now more than ever, we need green spaces as these offer a wide range of health benefits, both physical and mental.

If you are looking for a home that ticks all these boxes, consider Narra Park Residences, a residential community in Tigatto, Buhangin offering a green, healthy, and family-centered environment.

To know more about our available units, call (082) 227-2152 local 216 or visit www.nurtura.ph. For updates, you may also follow @NarraParkOfficial on Facebook.

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