Tagalog Question: Which is more colloquial? (possessive combined with adjective)

Which is more colloquial?

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2
66.7%

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1
33.3%

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Question: Which is more colloquial? I'll keep running total here of the sum from all sources, including this one.

1) magandang bahay ko (1)

2) maganda kong bahay (6) 

3) aking magandang bahay (1)

4) bahay na maganda ko

5) bahay kong maganda (3)

6) aking bahay na maganda


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Hi Léo. Two mods (not including myself) from Philippine Languages group chat said "two or five". My initial reaction was five as well but when I made sentences I found myself using two more than five. 

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As a native Filipino, I prefer number 5 more. (Though hindi maganda ang bahay namin) HAHAHAHA  

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