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Mindanao Real Estate Expected To Boost Up With A Duterte Presidency

REAL ESTATE in Mindanao is expected to Boost Up with a Duterte Presidency according to experts. With a Federal form of Government, budgets for developments will now be distributed accordingly to different areas rather than being centralized in ...
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A Home For A Happy Life

A cliché quotation says, “A house is not a home”, but how will you define a home without a shelter to live in? Having your own house is one of the basic needs of people nowadays. Some spend ...
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Why Invest Real Estate In The Philippines?

Philippines is one of the most visited places in Asia. Besides, many immigrants settled in the Philippines for it is known as safe and peaceful place to live in. Filipinos are also considered as the most hospitable and ...
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Philippines Can Be Economic Powerhouse In Next Decade – Peza

Wipe out red tape, graft MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines has the potential to become a major economic powerhouse over the next decade should it succeed in eliminating red tape and graft and corruption in government agencies, according to ...
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Tagum Office Now Open!

For your Real Estate Needs; from acquisition, marketing, to appraisal, our Tagum office is now open and ready to serve you better. This is through the initiative of our very own Tagum corporate ...
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Real Estate Project Selling Is Like Scuba Diving

1-YOU NEED TO LAST & PERSEVERE. Like scuba diving, although this is a very fun sport for those who are already used with this, you cant hide the fear that sometime may overcome ...
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Why Invest In Davao?

DAVAO CITY, known as the Home of the Royalties and the Durian Capital of the Philippines, governed by the PUNISHER, Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, has proven since time immemorial that DAVAO is the best ...
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Gensan P200-million Sanitary Landfill Complex

GENERAL SANTOS CITY (MindaNews / 5 May) – The city government finally opened its P200-million sanitary landfill complex, which is considered as the biggest so far in Mindanao. Mayor Ronnel Rivera said the 63.3-hectare ...
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