"We offer a Life made easier with ALIDA RESIDENCES and ALIDA HOMES"
Alida Residences and Alida Homes are the third housing project of CSA Resources Corporation. This is the first time that the company expands its project to reach the Visayas Region.
As Alida branches out, Silay City was chosen as its next location since it is the second class city in Negros Occidental. Silay is now a rapidly developing city, having a sizable commercial and fishing port. It is also the site of the new Bacolod-Silay International Airport, which replaced the Bacolod City Domestic Airport. As a brief background on Silay, it is often called the “Paris of Negros” because of its art, cultural shows, and especially preserved heritage houses. These historical houses have been the landmark of Silay. Hence, Silay was declared a museum city, second in the Philippines.
Alida Residences and Alida Homes are situated in a strategic location, within close proximity to public establishments and common thoroughfares. Calle Matagoy is the same street as the public market and is one of the main roads of the growth area of Silay. Nearby are the roads that lead to the airport, church and plaza.
The convenience of Alida Residences and Alida Homes are remarkable. Alida is more accessible for commuters. Its location is nearest to growth areas such as the plaza, church, public market, airport and hospital. Everything becomes convenient with Alida as it provides good quality standards to make a home for keeps!
Total Contract Price: Php 1,771,000.00
Reservation: Php 10,000 (deductible from downpayment)
Discount: 20, 000.00
NET TCP: 1,741,000.00
15% Downpayment: Php 261,150.00 payable up to
12 months: 21,762.50/month
18 months with 6% interest: 15,207.22
BANK Financing Sample Computation at 6.5% interest rate:
85% Loanable Amount: Php 1,479, 850.00
* 20 years @ Php 11,033/month
* 15 years @ Php 12,891/month
* 10 years @ Php 16,803/month
* 5 years @ Php 28,955/month
List of Requirements
1. Signed Purchased Agreement (company's form)
2. Notarized/Consularized Special Power of Attorney, for OFW's
3. Copy of contract/certificate of employment
4. Copy of 3 months payslip
5. Copy of 6 months proof of remittance, if OFW
6. Marriage Certificate, if married
7. 2 copies of valid Philippine Government ID's both borrowers and Attorney in fact
We may ask additional requirements should we found discrepancies on the submitted requirements