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Category Archives: Real Estate Investment
In the thick of the building boom that is going on right now especially in Metro Manila, quite a number of OFWs have been enticed into and are considering to invest in condominium units.
I have had a quite a number of inquiries from friends and from readers in this blog on the wisdom of investing in condo units.
The night was supposed to be a romantic moonlit evening which one could easily connect with the popular song “Blue Moon,” sang by Elvis Presley or by Andy Williams or by a host of other famous singing boys of old.
It was a cloudy evening, a bit not conducive for those who wanted a clear view of the so-called Blue Moon, or the second full moon of the month. Some had a night out, fired up by romantic desires, to explore whatever possibilities the night had to offer.
Many had the shock of their lives.
In the opening salvo post for 2012 entitled ”What’s In Store for 2012”, a reader expressed concern on possible deleterious effects on OFWs of the possible approval of Anti-Outsourcing Bill currently pending in US Congress. Continue reading
After our last post about investing in condo units, it looks proper and fitting to discuss about owning a home and how this impacts our investing activities.
Several months ago, a reader on this blog asked me whether investing in a condominium unit is good investment? I immediately sensed a good topic for a post but somehow, it has been in the back burner for months Continue reading