Forest Lake: A Better Place For You & Me

Forest Lake: A Better Place For You & Me

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Day in, day out, we get so caught up with our schedules that we tend to overlook, sometimes even forget some of the most important people in our lives. We’ve become so focused on our daily grind that we’d use the remaining hours of our day or the weekend to simply stay at home and rest or go out and spend some quality time with family and friends.

If we’re able to make time and bond with our family and friends, who are we forgetting? Who else is missing in these fun and exciting times? Our loved ones who are no longer with us.

All Souls’ Day may already be over but let us make it a habit to visit our dearly departed because we owe it to them to keep their memories alive. From saying a little prayer to remembering the funniest and weirdest of memories, this moment of peace is something that we can share with them. This is to remind ourselves that they were once part of our lives and that we also shared a special bond with them for a certain period of time. It’s either that or they start haunting us to visit them.

Apart from visiting them, this is also a time for us to reflect on ourselves and how we’ve been the past few days, weeks, even months. We’re so busy planning ahead to make our daily living easier to manage. Looking far ahead, we also open ourselves up to certain long-term investments such as housing, cars, life insurance, and educational plans. But as we remember our past loved ones, we also need to think of our own final resting place for when that time comes. This is where Forest Lake comes in.

Forest Lake is envisioned to be the country’s neighborhood memorial park as it has the most number of memorial parks in the Philippines that is accessible in over 25 locations. Forest Lake is also one of the most trusted memorial care brands nationwide and here are a few reasons why it is important to plan ahead:

Planning pays off big time. Investment in memorial lots as early as now is highly recommended because its market value increases every year, similar to other real property investments. In times of emergencies, one may consider selling their memorial lot at a higher price. Should a loved one pass away, this lot may be used instead of buying a new one.

It’s one thing less to worry about in the future. While we can never predict when death will come, this is a long-term financial preparation. Having invested in a memorial lot is one thing less to worry about in case unforeseen circumstances, and gives you more time to complete other requirements and the sooner you can focus on grieving.

This investment property provides peace of mind. Memorial lots are the only real estate investment you can make that is protected against depreciation. Its value doesn’t become zero and it is good collateral since it is a tangible asset. With all of these benefits, you can say that investing in memorial lots can give you peace of mind.

At Forest Lake, you can be assured that a better place is truly waiting for you and your loved ones. To know more about Forest Lake’s memorial lots and other services, visit https://www.forestlakememorialparks.com/.
Photo Credit: forestlakememorialparks.com

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Aboitiz Donates Tents For SPMC’s Holding Facility

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