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Wanted to Buy / Lease / Re: Buying a property in the Philippines
« Last post by caroline on April 11, 2017, 01:18:41 PM »
Im thinking of buying a property somewhere in Cavite. Can someone please help me find one?

If you are looking to buy a property in Cavite, you should hire a local real estate agent because an agent will help you in buying the property at the right location according to your budget.
Thanks!!
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Buy / Sell / Re: For Sale: Yellow Chevy Camaro
« Last post by Preechai on March 31, 2017, 03:25:44 PM »
This is worthy.
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General Discussion / Re: DMCI HOMES IBROKER SALES
« Last post by Preechai on March 31, 2017, 03:24:10 PM »
This is worthy.
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Wanted to Buy / Lease / Re: Buying a property in the Philippines
« Last post by Mac Property Hero Pro on March 18, 2017, 11:39:33 PM »
@ briancarlos

I may able to help you find one
You may email at (macpropertybroker@yahoo.com)
WhatsApp & Viber +852 54092595 Hong Kong mobile phone
For your Particularization and budget
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General Discussion / Re: How to buy a Pre selling condo in Manila ?
« Last post by Mac Property Hero Pro on March 18, 2017, 10:45:57 PM »
@ Andytaylor

I can able to help you find condo in Manila Phil.

You may email at (macpropertybroker@yahoo.com) for further communications.

Or you may WhatsApp or Viber me at my Hong Kong mob: +852 54092595.

Looking forward to your reply.
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Wanted to Buy / Lease / lease / rentals how does that work?
« Last post by moniboy99 on February 10, 2017, 05:34:47 AM »
lets say I have a 500 square meter vacant lot near a city(in the province), how much can it be rented? is there a rate per square meter that I can follow? is there a computation for the  rental fee?

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General Discussion / DMCI HOMES IBROKER SALES
« Last post by michaelpairez on February 08, 2017, 04:01:39 PM »
As DMCI Homes IBROKER SALES GROUP continues to grow and expand our network in the real estate industry, we are on the lookout for license brokers who will actively contribute in bringing sales to attain the 8 Billion pesos quota for the year 2017.

The DMCI Homes, with its vision & mission to be the best provider of residential communities designed to create a quality lifestyle responsive to the changing needs and preferences of the market we serve and bring top-notch services to contribute to the company’s success, wants you to be one of them.
We have needs for license brokers to join and grow with our dynamic team.

Contact me:
michaelpairez@gmail.com / mdpairez@dmcihomes.com
mobile #: 09178127193

http://dmcibrokers.com/
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General Discussion / Re: free property portal for your property listings
« Last post by nardo.steven on February 08, 2017, 11:40:37 AM »
Check out http://www.zipmatch.com/listing/create for your property postings. Unlimited amount of listings for free for your resale/for rent properties!
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General Discussion / Re: What are the pros and cons of buying a condo
« Last post by nardo.steven on February 02, 2017, 11:49:18 AM »
I have been looking for a condo recently and have been doing a lot of research on the topic. Here are some advantages of living in a condo that I have found while researching:

Accessible location - The search for a new home always begins with the location. Finding a condo near relevant points of interests to you (schools, work, hospitals, etc) makes your life so much easier.

Safe environment - Property developers always put their clients’ safety as the top priority.

Low maintenance - Living in a condo takes away the stress of maintaining a big space. Yes, you would still have to pay fees, but these are already included in the association dues you shell out every month

Sensible amenities - Another part of your monthly association dues go to the maintenance of shared amenities, which are one of the joys of living in a condo.

On the flip side, One major drawback to condo life is association fees, which are used to building maintenance and amenities, such swimming pool, gym, etc., and the amount of which depends on how big your apartment is. These fees can increase when extra money for maintenance or upkeep is needed. In addition, some buyers do not like homeowners’ rules and restrictions associated with condos, and the noise that comes with having a neighbor living too close to you.

I hope this helps! If you need more info on topics like this, I have found that some blogs and real estate websites are really informative. Check out: http://www.zipmatch.com/blog/ for example. Lots of great, relevant content for anyone looking to educate themselves on homebuying.

Sources:
http://www.zipmatch.com/blog/condo-living-perks/
http://www.zipmatch.com/blog/house-or-condo/
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General Discussion / WISE TIPS WHEN BUYING YOUR FIRST REAL ESTATE PROPERTY
« Last post by ProvidenceIloilo on January 30, 2017, 09:14:03 AM »
January is almost over but who says it’s too late to add more to your 2017 resolutions?
Honestly, regardless if it feels like you are already on the right track, everyone could use a little advice or a few tips especially if it’s your first time to invest in a real estate property. This is a big leap in your financial road map and could have been triggered by intentions of having your own home, looking to open a new business, or just plain real estate investing.
Here are some points to keep in mind based on insights from personal finance experts and advocates:
• Be sure to check your savings, cash flow and ability to make the purchase. Use a spreadsheet to review and check your living expenses against your income for at least the next 5 years to have a clear view of how your real estate purchase will fir your budget.
• Never buy real estate just because of marketing tactics like discounts or early move-in dates. Make sure you are able to pay the monthly amortizations for the property on a long period of time. Big purchases out of impulse will be a disadvantage and problem in the long run.
• Consider other expenses aside from the monthly amortization of your housing loan – if you decide to get one. There are expenses not initially disclosed by sales agents.
• Do your research and expand your financial literacy first. Know everything about the property you are interested in – history, location, labor, numbers, and papers. Review the contract and get the experts for tips and advices.
• Weigh the value of the property to you and the people that matter to you in 15, 30, 50 years from now. Ask yourself if you can afford it. Do you really need to buy the property or will your money increase more if invested somewhere else (mutual funds, stocks, etc)
In the end, the smartest way to do this is to think long-term, have a goal, and think of a reason why you’re doing the purchase. Not all real estate property is automatically an investment if you don’t make it as one.
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