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.A blog of the latest real estate news, information and properties in the Philippines. Filipinos or not, use this as a guide on how to make make a real estate purchase or rental in the Philippines. We will also feature real estate properties worth checking out. Properties like Alabang, Fort Bonifacio Global City, Makati, Ayala Alabang, Laguna, Tagaytay, Batangas, and Boracay.

  • BUYING A PROPERTY? How to handle multiple real estate brokers

    BUYING A PROPERTY?

    HOW TO HANDLE MULTIPLE REAL ESTATE BROKERS

    By: Chona Esguerra

     

        In our last article, we discussed handling of brokers for the sellers. This time let me share with you the guidelines for the buyers. Please note that this was done in collaboration with some veteran brokers who are reputable for being fair and just.

     

    QUALIFY BROKERS. Don’t just accept when somebody says they are a broker. Ask for their PRC ID or get their PRC No. and full name and check them at the PRC website (www.prc.gov.ph).  This is for your protection as PRC has their full name, photos, address and number. Being PRC registered protects you should there be a problem with the said broker later on. It is a law requirement that brokers be licensed and registered with PRC as there are penalties involved otherwise as mentioned in my earlier articles.  Just remember a true licensed real estate broker wouldn’t be offended or be defensive should they be asked for their PRC ID. Should they claim to be under a certain broker, they should still have a PRC ID as accredited agent. Otherwise, you are dealing with a colorum.

     

    Heard stories of a buyer trusting somebody who claims to be a broker. Since she is a first time home buyer, she trusted this so called broker, gave the payment for a property and never saw that person again. Buyer beware!

     

    PROPERTY SHOWN INSIDE. Accept the property listing only from brokers who were able bring you inside the property. Viewing from outside is not counted until they show the inside. Note who showed it first to avoid duplication.

     

    SAME PROPERTY. If you saw the same property earlier thru another broker, inform the current broker showing it. Do not give the exact address to the broker what you saw earlier as a sign of respect to the other broker who showed it first. Street Name will be fine if required to.

     

    PROPERTY ONLINE.   If you saw a particular property online from a broker, get it from the online broker as they worked hard in posting this online. Make arrangement to view.  Ask the online broker to viber or email you the front view of the house to make sure you won’t accept viewing of the same property from another broker during tripping even if they brought you there first. If there is no front photos shared, then that is the risk the online broker has to take should another broker brought you inside the same property.

     

    OFFER ON THE PROPERTY. Only make the formal offer to the broker who showed you the property first even if you decide to make an offer to the property one year later. Give the broker the courtesy to ask if this property is still available at such a price. Never go straight to the owner if there are people who worked hard in showing you this property. Respect and courtesy are important in this business as it gives good karma.

     

    BROKER’S TRUST. If a broker gives you their full trust with regards to the name of the owner, contact number and full property details, please return that trust by going back to that broker as a sign of respect and courtesy.

     

    MAKING PAYMENT - It is the broker’s job to do due diligence on the property you are interested in before making payment.  This means the broker has to get documents from owner, verify it with the Register of Deeds and furnish you a copy. After checking if the documents are in order, you can now proceed with the payment.

     

    Do you want a stress-free and smooth transaction for your property? Strictly practice these guidelines and you will have a conflict free transaction. Whenever you are in a situation and you don’t know what to do, always ask yourself what is the right thing to do and you will get the correct one.  Just be honest.

     

    CHONA ESGUERRA is a licensed real estate broker with vast experience in the field.  She is a member of PAREB – Muntinlupa Real Estate Board. A village resident. Her email: chonae2004@yahoo.com

  • SELLING YOUR PROPERTY? How to handle multiple real estate brokers

    SELLING YOUR PROPERTY?

     HOW TO HANDLE MULTIPLE REAL ESTATE BROKERS

    By: Chona Esguerra

    Most Filipinos still prefer availing the services of multiple real estate brokers rather than giving it exclusively to one. Talking to many brokers can be chaotic at times as there are no clear guidelines available for owners or buyers on handling multiple brokers. Because of this, I thought it best that we put these things into writing so we have a guide to refer to whenever a situation arises. I will divide this into 2 parts. One for the Seller and the next part for the Buyer/Renter. Please note that this was done in collaboration with some veteran brokers who are reputable for being fair and just.

     

    QUALIFY BROKERSAsk for their PRC ID or check them at the PRC website (www.prc.gov.ph). Remember only licensed real estate broker are entitled to receive full professional fees. Not PRC registered? No right to demand full professional fees even if there is an authority to sell as that alone is proof that they are practicing without a license. Allowing them makes you an accessory to an unlawful practice of the colorum practitioner. Do you know that unlicensed offender can be penalized up to P200,000 and/or 2 to 4 years imprisonment as stated in the RESA Law or RA9646? Please check the old AAVA issue or internet about RESA Law.

     

    HOUSE VIEWING: Some buyers schedule with multiple brokers and most of the time they are just showing the same properties. Have a client registration done to determine which broker brought the client first to the property. Just remember “No client recognition for registration without actual tripping. Sad to say, there are unethical brokers who register client thru text or email without tripping. This is unfair to the real broker who brought the client in the first place. This is why we encourage owners to have a logbook at the property being offered for sale and with a helper to monitor it.

     

    LOTS VIEWING: Broker must first register their buyer to the owner before tripping. Should there be a conflict among brokers, follow the rule “Only the broker recognized by the buyer is the real broker who actually showed the property as there is no way to prove who really showed the lot.

     

    CONDO VIEWING: The first broker who schedules with the buyer, gets to show the property first.

     

      UNIFORM PRICE QUOTATIONAlways have a uniform property price with a price expiration date so brokers can update their price. Better yet, put it in writing. Email all brokers the price update and follow it. Quoting a different price each time a broker asks or make an offer creates a negative effect that questions the professionalism of the broker. It is Broker’s standard practice to always quote the agreed listed Gross Price and NOT the NET Price. Quoting a NET PRICE adds confusion to the buyer. They need to know the total amount they need to spend in buying the property.

     

    EXCLUSIVITY- Giving an exclusive authority to a broker means all transactions shall be coursed thru one broker only for a specific period of time. This includes direct buyers of the sellers. If you are entertaining more than one broker, there is not called exclusive anymore.

     

    SIGNAGE – If your home is open to all brokers to market, never allow any broker to put a sign on the property. Allowing one broker is unfair to the other brokers who are also spending time and money in marketing your property. There should be fairness in selling your property. For exclusive broker, they are the only ones allowed to put a sign on the property for an agreed period of time. But should owner decides to put up his own sign and have it open to all brokers, please don’t allow any broker to put up their own sign too on the property.

     

    BROKER NETWORKING – Owners should respect the co-brokering relationship among brokers with regards to sharing of property listing and professional fees. Brokers have code of ethics which they signed and are bound to follow.


    Should owner avail the services of a second broker only to find out that the first broker has shared the same property listing to the second broker, the owner must respect this. The Broker, on the other hand, must give courtesy to the first broker and state the situation. Broker must still go thru the first broker as stated in their code of ethics.  

     

    OFFERS ON THE PROPERTY. Always insists that offers be in writing and signed by the buyer.  Never accept offers signed by a broker as it doesn’t have any value and doesn’t bind the buyer.  Accepted Signed Offers must come with money of consideration.

     

    You may want to check my next article:  For Buyers: How to Handle Multiple Real Estate Brokers

     

    CHONA ESGUERRA is a licensed real estate broker with vast experience in the field.  She is a member of PAREB – Muntinlupa Real Estate Board. 
  • Why Hire a Licensed Real Estate Broker?

    Being a first class subdivision, the Village residents deserves only the best and that is getting the right people to work with.  Dealing with colorum brokers or agents is something I wouldn’t consider appropriate. Why? They are not regulated nor equipped to handle different real estate situations. They cannot be controlled as they go in and out of the village without notice bringing unscreened clients all for the simple reason of earning money. The time has come that we set a standard for hiring real estate broker. That is to deal only with Licensed Real Estate Broker or Agent. 

    Here are the reasons why:

    ·    Protection. The Real Estate Service Act (or RESA law) was signed to protect the public from fraudulent transactions done by colorum real estate agents. If you deal with a licensed broker, the government knows where to find them as they have their personal information like home address, board affiliations, photos and other info while the colorum can just disappear after getting paid.  For the licensed one, you can file a complaint with PRC or the broker’s real estate board should there be a problem.

     

    ·      Experience & Expertise.  Before they can renew their license, a licensed real estate broker are required to attend Continuing Program Education (CPE) These keeps them updated with the latest real estate laws and trends in the country. 
    They can give the best advice on a real estate situation. The colorums don’t attend these seminars. Their goal is just to make money.

     

    ·        Market Conditions Information. They can disclose market conditions.  Their first-hand information will help you in your selling, buying or leasing process.

     

    ·     Professional Networking Brings a network of known, trusted real estate professionals.  They have a Multiple Listing (MLS) Group where they share their listings or requirements thus increases their chances of closing deals faster.

     

    ·        Give unbiased realistic view of your home and other options. Unlike the seller and buyer, they have no emotional attachment to the property.  

     

    ·        Buffer.  They filter out all the emotions that happens during the negotiation stage so that the parties involved can focus on closing the transaction.

     

    Contact a LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER the next time! You’ll be glad you did.

     

  • Forecast for Philippine Real Estate for 2018

    Want to know how the experts see the real estate in the Philippines for 2018?

    Here is a well-written article in the Inquirer by Amy Remo.

    2018 property forecast

    By: - Reporter / @amyremoINQ
     / 05:09 AM December 23, 2017

    There is no doubt that the Philippine real estate industry can anticipate another stellar year in 2018.

    But the factors that are expected to drive that promising growth will slightly differ compared to what has driven the industry in the past decade.

    Such factors include a diversified office tenancy as well as the rising demand for flexible workspaces and warehousing, according to the latest report of Colliers International Philippines entitled, “Top 10 Predictions For 2018.”

     

    Other factors that have and will help drive the strong performance for the property sector include a sustained GDP growth over the next three to five years.

    “Perennial growth drivers such as household consumption remain robust while manufacturing and foreign investments’ combined contribution to aggregate economic output continues to expand,” Joey Roi Bondoc, manager for research at Colliers, said in a separate interview with the Inquirer

    “Overall, OFW (overseas Filipino worker) remittances and outsourcing revenues should sustain strong domestic demand, partly shield the Philippine economy from global economic shocks, and provide trickle-down benefits to key segments of the economy, including property,” Bondoc further explained.

    Here meanwhile are the Top 10 predictions for the real estate industry according to Colliers.

    1   Infrastructure-led GDP to buoy property

    Much of the country’s growth will hinge on ramped-up infrastructure spending, which should support the Duterte administration’s commitment to build crucial projects throughout the country.

    The ushering in of the “golden age of infrastructure” also lends support to the government’s decentralization push which should unlock land values in areas outside of Metro Manila and stimulate business activities in the countryside.

    Ultimately, we see the government’s infrastructure policy dictating the strategies of both local and national developers.

    2   Metro Manila condominium leasing to remain challenging

    Residential condominium leasing in Metro Manila remains challenging, driven by the influx of new condominium completions in major business districts and fringe locations.

    Colliers expects developers to continue venturing into residential projects in second-tier and third-tier cities all over the country, where demand primarily comes from end-user buyers. The markets may be smaller compared to Manila but more stable in terms of end-user housing demand.

    3   Diversified office tenancy mix to be led by non-BPOs

    Offshore gambling has filled the void left by business process outsourcing companies (BPOs). With the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) issuing 51 Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (Pogo) licenses thus far, requirements from Pogos have sprung across Metro Manila.

    We see less office launches next year following the decline in BPO companies’ office space demand. Colliers expects traditional companies taking on a bigger role in 2018 in terms of space absorption.

    4   Flexible workspace to accelerate

    There are over 2.15 million sq.ft. of (available) flexible office space in Metro Manila. The profile of tenants varies from start-ups, to law firms, Fortune 500 companies, and freelancers.

    As mobility, connectivity and flexibility become the norm in working in the 21st century, occupier demands will also change sharply, requiring more flexible office spaces over the near to medium term.

    The challenge for the developers is to adapt to the demands of the market to remain competitive in this growing office segment especially as international co-working brands enter the market. Outside Metro
    Manila, growing hubs for flexible workspace are Iloilo, Bacolod, and Davao.

    5    Growing popularity of e-commerce to drive warehousing, logistics demand

    The warehousing and logistics market in Metro Manila is tight, operating at an average of 98 percent occupancy. Warehouses in the country’s capital have been dwindling as land values rise and demand for residential and commercial projects increase.

    We see logistics and warehousing to be a major driver of Northern/Central Luzon economy over the medium term in light of the planned expansion of Clark airport and construction of Subic-Clark cargo railway.

    Opportunities abound and are enticing developers to acquire warehousing and logistics businesses. Among the most aggressive are the SM Group and Davao-based businessman Dennis Uy of Udenna.

    6   Industrial park developers head north of Luzon

    Major developers are heading north of Manila. Recently, DoubleDragon acquired a 6.2-hectare lot in Luisita Industrial Park in Tarlac.

    A proof of Northern and Central Luzon’s rising viability as an industrial hub is the Xu Liang Dragon Group’s commitment to develop a 3,000-ha mixed-use special economic zone in Pangasinan. Other industrial developments in Pampanga are Ayala’s 31-hectare industrial park in Alviera estate in Porac and Filinvest’s 100-hectare industrial estate in Clark Green City.

    7     More townships outside Metro Manila

    Colliers expects developers to continue pursuing satellite communities in and outside of Metro Manila. Townships offer a better value proposition (live-work play-shop lifestyle) than standalone projects since they offer mixed-use developments.

    We see developers pursuing more township projects in areas outside of Metro Manila such as Cavite, Laguna, Bulacan, Pampanga, Cebu, and Davao over the near to medium term as land values are being unlocked by an aggressive expansion of road networks.

    8   More resort-oriented hotels across the country

    We believe that the development of 3- and 4-star hotels in resort destinations will be more visible over the next two to three years. Colliers believes that among the most attractive locations for these developments are Cebu, Bacolod, Iloilo, Palawan, Davao, and Bohol.

    New airport infrastructure is essential in further expanding both local and foreign tourism. Colliers believes that the expansion of international airports in major destinations such as Bohol, Bacolod, Iloilo, and Davao will allow foreign tourists to bypass Manila.

    9    Continued growth of e-commerce and experiential retail

    To attract more customers, we encourage malls to provide more lifestyle amenities and technology-driven customer experiences that generate a sense of destination.

    Developers and retailers in the Philippines do not migrate totally to e-commerce but in fact use online shopping and social media platforms to complement their physical stores.

    10     Leisure, industrial to drive Cebu property expansion

    The completion of the Mactan-Cebu International Airport expansion project should further boost Cebu’s attractiveness as a tourist destination.

    Cebu’s attractiveness as a tourist spot and growing competitiveness as an investment destination should support a 15 to 20 percent growth in tourist arrivals over the next 12 months. This should sustain hotel occupancy of between 65 percent and 70 percent across Metro Cebu over the next 12 months.

    Demand for warehouses and container yard spaces may become more pronounced over the next 12 months.

    We see industrial land values in the northern parts of Mandaue, Consolacion, and Lilo-an growing by at least a tenth annually over the next two to three years. Cebu remains as one of the most feasible industrial locations outside of Manila due to its strategic location and skilled manpower.

    Read more: http://business.inquirer.net/242970/2018-property-forecast#ixzz53pI4sI79
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  • FOR SELLERS: How to handle offers on your property

    a.  OFFERS MUST BE IN WRITING AND SIGNED BY BUYER. Always insists that offers be in writing and signed by the buyer to show their seriousness to the seller.  Don't accept if the offers are signed by their real estate broker as it doesn’t have any value as buyers can always back out. 

    b. SAME OFFER AND TERMS OF PAYMENT.  Should seller receives the same price offer and terms of payment on their property from two different prospective buyers, accept the one who offered first provided it comes with a payment.  Should the buyer fails to give the earnest money within an agreed time, the owner must send an email or a written letter to the buyer and his broker, if any, that their offer is no longer valid for failing to give the payment on the agreed date in the written offer.  You can now entertain the next offer in line.

    c. SAME OFFER BUT ONE CASH, THE OTHER THRU BANK. Should the owner receive the same price offer but one is cash and the other is bank financing and time is of the essence, then we would advice you take the cash first over bank financing. Although bank loan proceeds is good as cash, it will take 2 to 6 months (depending on which bank is processing the loan) before they receive proceeds of the bank loan will be received. 

    d. WHEN TO HOLD PROPERTY FOR A BUYER.  Do not hold the property without the 2 items below:

         1) Written offer signed by both parties  (buyer and seller).

         2) Earnest money or downpayment as stated in the agreement. Very important

      There have been cases when an owner stopped showing his property due to a verbal agreement with a buyer without any earnest money nor downpayment.  What happened? The buyer wasn't able to deliver the payment as verbally agreed upon.  Thus having lost opportunity costs and at the same time losing the other prosepctive buyers who initially wants to buy it but was told the house is n longer available.

     

    Weigh things before making a decision. Always ask yourself. What is the right thing to do and the answer will come to you. Decide wisely! 

     

    For real estate listings in the Philippines, check out our website: http://www.phil-realestate-choices.com 

    Planning to retire, check out La Prairie Tagaytay. Website: http://laprairietagaytay.homestead.com or http://www.laprairietagaytay.com

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Planning to Retire in the Philippines? Read this

    If you are planning to retire in the Philippines, here is a nice article about it.

    http://www.investopedia.com/articles/personal-finance/093015/what-does-it-cost-retire-philippines.asp?partner=YahooSA

     

    A good place to retire: La Prairie Tagaytay....check out their website: http://www.laprairietagaytay.com or http://laprairie.homestead.com 

     

    For listings of properties to buy or lease, check out http://www.phil-realestate-choices.com 

  • 2013 Philippine Real Estate Outlook

    Happy New Year everyone! Excited for 2013?

    Let us see what is in store for the real estate market in the Philippines.

    Read what the experts say in this article at Philippine Star posted last Dec. 2012.

    http://www.philstar.com/business/2012/12/07/881979/real-estate-outlook-remains-rosy-2013-%E2%80%93-cbre

     

     

  • Article on Foreign Ownership of Property in the Philippines

    The Philippines is gaining so much interest now from foreign investors after getting great reviews about the state of its economy compared to other countries around the world. There have been questions regarding the extent of the ownership should a foreigner decides to purchase a real estate property.

    An article came out today in Philippine Daily Inquirer regarding the topic. I thought I share the article with you.

    Click here for the link:  http://business.inquirer.net/85536/condominium-ownership-rights

     

    For real estate properties for sale or lease, check out my website: http://www.phil-realestate-choices.com 

     

  • HK Chief Economist says: Philippines Strongest Economy in Asia

    Watch this video from the Bloomberg Businessweek posted last August 9, 2012:

     

    http://www.businessweek.com/videos/2012-08-08/philippines-strongest-economy-in-asia

     

    For properties for sale or rent in the Philippines, click here: http://www.phil-realestate-choices.com

  • Articles on Philippine Living Worth Reading

    There have been so much inquiries about buying a property and moving in the Philippines. But first they have to know from the experts about what area would suit them and what they should consider. Recently read two articles worth reading. Click the link below: 

     

    Criteria for Best Philippine Cities to Live In by Tessa Salazar 

    http://business.inquirer.net/51873/criteria-for-best-philippine-cities-to-live-in

    Property Experts Name Top Philippine Cities for Yuppies

    http://business.inquirer.net/53509/property-experts-name-top-philippine-cities-for-yuppies

     

    For listings of properties:

     

    Please check our website http://www.phil-realestate-choices.com 

     

     

  • What is the real estate forecast for 2012?


    Year 2011 was a good year for the real estate market especially for the residential house and lots/lots in the southern part of Metro Manila. Would the Year 2012 be much better?  What do the real estate experts say are in store for this year?  
     
    Check below the article from the Philippine Daily Inquirer:
     

    Property market bul l i sh in 2012, say experts

    By: 
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    (First in a series)

    How do property analysts see 2012? What trends will emerge, what will continue, and what will we see less of? Inquirer Property picked the brains of property analysts and real estate brokers.

    They have been unanimous in predicting that the property sector will continue to lead the economy, more residential developments, as well as more tourism-oriented projects, will take shape, and that green advocates in the real estate sector will intensify their presence even more. But there are also words of caution: Mid-income developers should “explore more” if they want to stay in the game in 2012.

    Wish list

    Competition in the mid-income segment will heat up. Enrique Soriano, professor at the Ateneo Graduate School of Business and senior adviser at Wong+Bernstein Business Advisory, estimated that in 2012 and 2013 more than 48,000 residential units would have been completed, with an additional 56,000 units due for completion end of 2015. Condo buyers will have a field day choosing from among the following value propositions:

    Developer reputation and brand equity;

    Location for convenience to and from schools, hospitals, workplace;

    Architect and product concept;

    Affordability

    Soriano adds new items to the “wish list”:

    Homeowner expenses and maintenance charges;

    Crime levels and security;

    Parking space;

    Pollution levels;

    Supply of water; and

    Future area prospects

    There would be more affordable residential units built in 2012.

    “My sense is that the market would remain upbeat with residential offerings, I see more low-cost and affordable buildings outside the main CBDs and houses and lots would continue to be the bread and butter in the provincial cities. With the minimum VAT threshold for residential units being adjusted for inflation in 2011, for condominium/house and lots—from P2.5 million to P3.19 million and lots only—from P1.5 million to P1.91 million, residential units will be more affordable next year,” says Paul Vincent Chua, global real estateservices Colliers International’s associate director for valuation and advisory services and head of consultancy and research.

    Enhancing beauty of PH

    Chua added that the country “will see a lot more tourism-oriented developments as we strive to enhance the beauty of the Philippines on the international scene and get more tourists to visit us.”

    There will also be more mixed-use developments as a key strategy for developers as this will maximize the returns on large plots of land.

    “The office sector remains to be the largest growing segment of the real estate industry, and we expect this to continue next year,” Chua added.

    There’ll be more informed, ethical brokers in 2012. Engineer Enrico Cruz, broker and real estate educator, said that “As we are now seriously professionalizing the real estate service (real estate brokers and salespersons) we will soon be having more educated, well informed and more ethical real estate brokers. This will result in well-guided happy buyers and small investors, resulting further to more real estatedemands and faster buying or investing decisions, resulting further to more development projects, resulting further to more employment of local construction workers and other people for related work,” he said.

    Tap new markets

    “A word of caution to mid-income vertical developers,” Soriano said. “Tap new markets and explore new product offerings.”

    “If they want to stay in the game they must differentiate. Their products must be innovative and compelling. Their service delivery process must be exceptional. Brand equity will be a competitive advantage,” Soriano said.

    He also advised developers to target specific developments with a lot of customization, pocket developments in new CBDs. Competition will shift to the homebuying experience, he added, and Internet marketing will play a major role.

  • A shorter route to Ayala Westgrove Heights

    I just read about the opening of Acacia Drive, an exclusive spine road for Ayala Westgrove residents to reach the South Luzon Expressway faster thru the Mamplasan exit. Time is saved as you don't have to pass thru the busy Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay highway. 

    See article below from Philippine Star last November 18, 2011:

     

    Driving to a milestone: Ayala Westgrove Heights opens Acacia Drive 
    (The Philippine Star) Updated November 18, 2011 12:00 AM Comments (0) View comments

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    The opening of the Acacia Gate provides residents shorter and easy drive home that cuts travel time by almost half.

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    MANILA, Philippines - Twelve years after Ayala Westgrove Heights opened its doors to share the exceptional living experience within a thriving and dynamic community, the development marked another milestone that brings to the fore its ideals of residential living.

    With a vision of ensuring that their residents continue to enjoy only the best that the neighborhood has to offer, Ayala Westgrove Heights opens Acacia Drive—an exclusive spine road that will make coming home even more enjoyable.

    Acacia Drive, aptly named because of its tree-lined streets and scenic roads, gives residents a more leisurely drive going home. What used to be a 20-minute drive from Alabang is now shorter given that residents who will be issued an exclusive pass to go through the spine road leading to Ayala Westgrove Heights can now take the Mamplasan exit.

    “The opening of Ayala Westgrove Heights Acacia Drive means residents are able to cut their travel time by almost half. This makes living in Ayala Westgrove Heights easier, ideal and more accessible,” said Gel La’o, Project Development Manager, Ayala Land Premier.

    “Ayala Westgrove Heights nurturing environment allows our residents and even their guests to experience a dynamic community that encourages shared passions. Plus, the property is just less than an hour’s drive from the Makati Central Business District and five minutes away from Nuvali,” adds Mayi Rodriguez, Division Manager, Ayala Land Premier.

    Educational institutions, health facilities, business and commercial centers, and recreational zones, such as St. Scholastica’s College, De La Salle University-Canlubang, Brent International School, Asia Hospital, Alabang Town Center, Solenad in NUVALI, and Paseo de Santa Rosa are also within reach from the property.

    All things considered, it’s no wonder that residents of Ayala Westgrove Heights enjoy living within this panoramic enclave with a scenic drive home—made even better with the opening of Acacia Drive.

     

     For listings in Ayala Westgrove, please check my website: http://www.phil-realestate-choices.com

  • When is a good time to buy real estate?

    Good question.  There are several factors to consider before you know that it is a good time to buy property. One, what is your purpose for buying? Is this for personal use or for investment?

    If it is for personal use and your need is immediate, then you have to buy a property right away. If it is for investment, then you have to buy only if it is a good deal.

    I recommend you read this article that I come across with in Yahoo online. See http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Is-It-a-Good-Time-to-Buy-Real-usnews-325083932.html?x=0  See questions you should ask yourself before you buy.  Go check it out!

    For listings, please check out my website: http://www.phil-realestate-choices.com

     

     

     

  • Next Investment Destination: Philippines

    From the way the real estate is going, it seems that the title is not far fetched to achieve. From what I see and hear, there has been so many real estate movements around the country. New infrastructures are being built like big malls and factories.  Lots of foreign investors coming in either they are transferring or branching out their business here.  Local and foreign tourism are steadily rising.

    This is great news for everybody here. If there are more money circulating then everybody is happy. There is time for work and time for pleasure.

    To read about the article that tells how the real estate sector is contributing to the growth of the Philippine economy, please click this article from the Business Mirror:

     http://www.businessmirror.com.ph/home/properties/13643-philippines-as-the-next-investment-destination

    For more real estate listings, check my website: http://www.phil-realestate-choices.com 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Rent/Lease Reduced on Fairways Tower in Fairways Tower

    Fairways Tower, Fort Bonifacio - Global City  -  Announcing a rent/lease reduction on Fairways Tower, a 88 sq. m., 2 bath, 2 bdrm apartment. Now $75,000 PHP Monthly - .

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