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3 Factors That Makes a Community a Home

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For some, it is easy to define a house as a physical location wherein people live and rest after a day’s work. It is a sense of haven for many as they live out their everyday lives with their loved ones after a tiring day. Although houses come in many different sizes, most people just see it the same way, a physical need and a factor for survival against outside threats. However, the idea of a home is much more subjective. A home is where people have shared experiences and have a relationship foundation to each other. It is not just limited to a person’s personal space or house but rather spreads throughout the community. Defining a home taps more on the emotional investment from the people. But how can an individual truly call his/her community a home? Here are a few factors which maybe you can relate to or consider if you are looking for a home

1.)   Peace & Equity

It is safe to say that all people, if not, most people don’t want to live in a community that is filled with conflict and disputes among the house owners. It is a must for every person to have a home that allows them to fulfill their right to peace and equity. If you are planning to move into a community, make sure this is in the top of your checklist.

2.)  Unity of the people

A great sense of belongingness and acceptance from the people in the community is also an important factor for a home. Neighbors who are willing to help and are working alongside each other to improve the community is one of the things that you need to prioritize for your new home. Of course, having a positive and cooperative attitude on your end is also important to truly feel the comfort of your community.

3.)  Environmental Sustainability

Lastly, a community that is not well-developed and not taken care of is not a home at all. So, make sure to help with the sustainability of your community and promote any action that will make it better. You don’t want to come home to a place that is not environment-friendly and full of wastes.

These are just some of the important factors that you may want to consider for your community. It is essential to have a home that is surrounded by peace, unity, and sustainability. Here at Imperial Homes, our mission is to develop leisure communities that promote peaceful and environment-friendly living. We want you to feel the safety and comfort that you have been looking for a home. For more info, you may visit our website at


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Featured Community: Our Properties in Cavite

Properties in Cavite

Solana Verde Residences

Imperial Homes Corporation is pioneering another first in real estate development. Solana Verde is the first solar-powered condominium development in the country. The property is located at Barangay Tartaria in Silang, Cavite, which is close to numerous commercial centers, schools, and hospitals. Solana Verde Residences are low-rise buildings, with studio and one-bedroom units available, all equipped with 24-hour solar solutions that will lessen power costs for its condo owners.  

Via Verde – Trece Martires

Similar to its counterpart in Sto. Tomas, Batangas, Via Verde – Trece Martires, is also a solar-powered mass housing community. Labeled as ‘Imperial Lifetime Homes’, the material lifespan used in the panel system can last up to 100 years. Located at Barangay Cabuco, Trece Martires, Cavite, this community offers two-bedroom units, fully equipped with solar solutions to provide significant savings on electricity bills.  

Rancho Imperial De Silang

Strategically located just thirty kilometers from Metro Manila, Rancho Imperial De Silang is mass housing community with a unique “ranch” concept. Ideally, for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), the exclusive community overlooks Laguna de Bay, the Sta. Rosa Basin, Mt. Makiling, and Mt. Gonzales of the Tagaytay Mountain Range. The area also receives a cool and windy climate and is easily accessible by numerous mode of public transportation such as jeepneys and tricycles.  

Cinta Dessa

Cinta Dessa is the first solar-powered community in Cavite. As part of the Rancho Imperial De Silang development, this community provides consumers with four types of housing units – from three-bedroom townhomes to two-bedroom detached homes. The homes located in this community are built to last, making them a great investment for homeowners. As of writing, all units in Cinta Dessa are sold out.  

Priya Meridien

For those that want to be within arms reach of commercial establishments, educational institutions, and other shops and specialty stores, then Priya Meridien is perfect for you. Located just five minutes away from Sta. Rosa, Laguna and five kilometers away from the breathtaking City of Tagaytay, this residential housing community has a total area of 270,000 square meters. The village was designed as a sanctuary, offering a natural retreat for all its residents.   Have you found the perfect home for your family? If not, let us help you! Imperial Homes Corporation has numerous housing development projects for all types of people. The company is committed to providing affordable, yet sustainable homes to all Filipinos. Contact us at (02) 807 8405 or (0977) 854-9632.  

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On Choosing the Right Floor Plan for Your New Home

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One of the best ways to have a perfect home is having a concrete plan for all the things that you will do in your own house. Upon buying a new house, it is ideal to have a floor plan as early as a month before you move in.

In this plan, you can include as to where you will put your appliances, your furniture, and additional fixtures. You can also plan ahead the room designations as well as the safety plan for your house when the need arises.

To help you further, here are nine effective ways to have the right floor plan for your new home.

1.)  Decide on the size of home that will suit the size of your family. If you are a normal sized family (3-5 members), maybe it’s best for you to have a bungalow or a studio-type apartment. If you have an extended family, maybe a single-detached home will do. Determining the size of your home is the basic component of drawing your floor plan.

2.)  Always think of the floor plan that suits your personal style. Are you a traditional or a contemporary design fan? Make sure that your preference applies to the design of your floor plan. Think outside the box. Look for the best decorations that will be very relatable to your personal choice.

3.)  Also, pick the right choice of dwelling type based on your location. There are dwelling types that are better located in the urban area while some are better for the rural area. Somehow, the location of your house can also be a vital part of creating a safety floor plan.

4.)  Know that there is no such thing as perfect floor plan, so you must be mindful of knowing your priorities and what are the things you can live without. Arranging the things that are necessary to your daily life and avoiding clutter in your house through your plan is highly recommended.

5.)  According to, when choosing a floor plan, always ensure that you are basing your decision on how the home flows and feels functional for your daily activities. Don’t get too overwhelmed by upgraded floors, countertops, or ceilings, imagine a “stripped down” house and start planning from there.

6.)  It is not bad to ask for some guidance, so it’s still better to consult some interior designer and a real estate agent as well. You can also consult an architect to help you out on extensively creating your floor plan.

7.)  One of the best things about being a human, trust your instincts. It is also applicable when creating a floor plan. Trust your ability to notice what’s right and what is wrong from your floor plan then work from there.

8.)  Determine if you have to buy a new appliance or furniture. Through floor plan, analyze the things that you will put in your house and think if these are already existing in your current home, if not, maybe it’s time to purchase a new one to put into your new home.

9.)  Lastly, of course, know your budget limit upon the execution of your floor plan. It is still better to save some bucks for the future so buy only the things that you need, whether it’s an appliance set or furniture, choose those which are inexpensive yet useful. Multi-functional furniture is also available in the market now, aside from saving up money, you’re also saving up some space in your house.

Creating an ideal home for you and your family is not that easy. But, with the proper planning, time management, and even budget management, you can still achieve the ideal house that you want. Just putting some more resourcefulness and creativity as well.

Want more choices for your next house? Check out Imperial Homes! We offer the best quality houses that are not just eco-friendly but also affordable for most millennials! Contact us now (02) 807-8405 or 0977-8549632 for more information!

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Moving in another house

The Top 6 Moving in Tips

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Moving into a new house can be both exciting and overwhelming. Exciting because you get to move into a new environment, and start anew. Plus, you get to design your new place with new furniture and home decors. But at the same time, overwhelming because there are just so many things to do in such a small amount of time.

The trick here is to start ahead and stay organized so you can smoothly move and transition into your new home. Here are our top 6 moving in tips to avoid a move in day chaos.

1. Start Early

It’s never nice to cram, we all know that, especially when you have a lot of things to organize. Unless you’re leaving in a hurry, chances are you still have about a month to plan and organize before the big day. First, make a master list of all the things you need to accomplish by day or by week and make sure that you stick by your schedule.

2. Choose the Right Mover

If you’re moving to a farther place, it’s important that you get the right size of transportation that can fit all of your furniture as multiple trips might cause you problems and more money. If you can, you may also opt to ask some of your friends and family to help you with moving your stuff. That way you can save a little on transportation fee. Just make sure you feed them after a hard day’s work!

3. Protect your Valuables

Make sure that your valuables are safe and protected. Place them in a vault that you can properly put a security lock or code on, and if need be, ensure items that of high value. If you are moving in gadgets like your computer, make sure you back up your files in case anything happens in transit.

4. Proper Turnover Utility Services

Before the big moving day, make sure that the previous owner or your landlord has properly turned over all utility bills for gas, water, electricity, etc. You may also arrange your internet, cable, and phone services to be connected beforehand.

5. Pre-Cleaning your New Home

If you can, try to visit your new home before you move in to so you can clean your bathroom and kitchen. Stock some bath towels, and toilet paper so after your long day, you can easily clean up as well.

6. Take Photos

If you’re renting, you might want to take photos of your empty apartment before fixing up your furniture. This might come in handy in the future if you want to move out and get your deposit back.

Now that you’re all settled in, you can now enjoy your new home.

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House Renovation

Some House Revonation Mistakes that You Should Avoid

House Renovation

Renovating a house is not a piece of cake. There are a lot of things that you have to consider before doing so. Apart from setting a realistic timeline, you also have to take into account that you have an adequate budget for the renovation equipment, materials, and manpower.

To help you out, here are the top three renovation mistakes that you should avoid doing:

1.) Buying low-quality materials

As stated in the first paragraph, you have to allocate a budget for renovation. This is to make sure that you will be able to suffice the financial needs especially on buying the best quality materials for the renovation of your house. Buying low quality or too cheap raw material may cause further damage and accident, most specifically, if the material is too brittle or not sturdy.

2.) Skipping prep work

A prep work is being done as a precautionary measure in order to protect the parts that will not be renovated while home improvement is being done in a specific area. For example, you have to take time on taping off some areas like sockets and putting newspapers on the floor before painting walls. Setting up a makeshift food area is also a must if you will be renovating the kitchen. Forgetting these simple prep works may cause more trouble as paint can drizzle on the unwanted areas and may damage some of your house’s parts.

3.) Taking inaccurate measurements

It is a standard procedure that measurements should be well taken care of. Just imagine a newly renovated door that does not fit in the wall hole that is allotted for it or simply a kitchen cabinet that is not equal to the measurement of the area where it should be placed.

Improving your house means that it’s for the better. Avoid making the problems worse by keeping in mind these three house renovation mistakes.


Looking for a new house to move in? Check out our properties at Imperial Homes! Our energy-saving, eco-friendly, and affordable houses are definitely a must-have for new and small families! Check out our website now for more info or contact us at (02) 807-8405 or 0977-8549632!

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