Showing posts with label Real Estate Agents. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Real Estate Agents. Show all posts

Monday, March 23, 2020

Dabbling into Real Estate: An Introduction to the Basics of Real Estate Investing For Beginners



It has been more than 10 years now since I have attended the TRP seminar by Dr. Larry Gamboa. In my reflection as a real estate professional it has been a worthwhile experience to gain the knowledge of doing this method. It does have risks involve and bigger gains to have upon selling the property.  

Monday, March 16, 2020

Find the Right Financing Scheme For Your Real Estate Property

Photo Courtesy of Nattanan23 / Pixabay


I have recently edited this post which I originally posted in May 2010. The advice still stood the test of time after a decade of publishing this from Pampanga Real Estate Trends and Guide (now defunct). 

After making a wise decision in finding the right home for you and your family takes worthwhile of amount of time and effort. It require careful research on the key elements mentioned previously in this blog. One is LOCATION, Second is SECURITY and the lastly NEIGHBORHOOD.

Monday, January 27, 2020

Why Invest in the City of San Fernando, Pampanga?



In celebration of its 19th years as a city with its founding anniversary as a town on 16th August 1754.


The City of San Fernando, Pampanga is the 99th city recognized by the Republic of the Philippines under Republic Act 8990 on the 4th of February 2001 under the bill filed by Second District Representative and former City Mayor Oscar Rodriguez and the campaign of former Mayor Dr. Jesus Reynaldo Aquino in 1997. It is one of the component city of the province of Pampanga where the gubernatorial seat and the national government agencies and services of Region III are located.

Friday, September 27, 2019

SOLD: House and Lot For Sale in City of San Fernando, Pampanga (RS-008-2019)

We have recently included in our property listing a house & lot ideal for a growing family located in a secure subdivision with safe yet peaceful neighborhood close to SM City Telabastagan and Angeles City. Walking distance to MacArthur Highway and minutes away from Mexico Exit of North Luzon Expressway via Tourism Convergence Road and many more...

Property Details:

Location: Richtown Subdivision Phase 1, Sindalan, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Lot Area: 180 square meters
Floor Area: 200 square meters
3 Bedrooms (Master Bedroom, Two bedrooms for kid)
Balcony
2 Toilet & Bath (One in Master's Bedroom; One in ground floor)
2 Car Garage
2 Storey Home
Morning Sun Location

Price: P 5,500,000.00 (Negotiable)

Monday, July 22, 2019

The 1st Real Estate Salesperson Training Seminar to be held in City of San Fernando, Pampanga by REBAP Pampanga Chapter!

Last 20th of March 2019, there developments coming from the Professional Regulations Board on Real Estate Services - Professional Regulations Commission (PRBRES - PRC) on the training of real estate salesperson which is a 15  credit units approved and sanctioned by PRC itself through Real Estate Brokers Association of the Philippines, Inc. - Pampanga Chapter. It is a streamlined sales training to be given t the participants particularly the entry level. Basically an "Introduction to Real Estate Seminar" for those who have zero knowledge and at the same time those who have not applied yet to PRC on their accreditation as legitimate real estate salesperson.


Monday, June 10, 2019

Inside Real Estate: Property Rights Vs. Titled property in the Philippines

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A week ago, I was with one of my friend who chanced upon an acquaintance of ours who introduced herself as a called “real estate agent per se”. We were in this one of social event of an unnamed organization and she hitched a ride with us on our way home after the activity. While driving to our destination we talked to her about what she was doing for a living and mentioned that she is owns a upholstery shop and on the sides as works as a “real estate agent per se” thereby mentioning about real estate to us (me and my friend) were both curious about the property she mentioned so we decided to have an ocular inspection of the subject property with her. 

On our visit, it seems the neighborhood is quiet but questionable. It seems to be a in a bad neighborhood with questionable characters of people propping out their heads on their windows when we passed by, roads are not concreted an no sewerage or canal to disburse rain water during monsoon season. Just a few meters away, there was a wide river with newly constructed rip-rap on the shoreline of the river plus a soon-to-be constructed connector road encompassing the two major highways. 

Sunday, April 7, 2019

SOLD: Ready for Occupancy House and Lot at MetroClark Executive Villas


We have our latest offering for a resale house which is link in our Youtube channel. The property is located in MetroClark Executive Villas in Brgy. Camatchiles, Mabalacat City, Pampanga. Highly accessible via public utility vehicles / jeepneys plying McArthur Highway.

The house are seated in a very quiet community with a safe and secure subdivision in this part of the city. It is flood-free and close to business establishments like SM Hypermart and HMR Auctioneers. It has access to Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) Mabiga Exit and Dau Exit of North Luzon Expressway (NLEX). Other than that it close also to SM City Clark, Clark Freeport, Clark International Airport and Angeles City.


Friday, February 8, 2019

Caveat Emptor: Is Your Real Estate Professional a Licensed / Accredited Practitioner?

Professional Regulations Commission (PRC)
Have you transacted your real estate properties to an agent or a broker?

Recently, there is uproar and slur from a Facebook group licensed real estate professionals and unlicensed real estate agents who are pitted against each other from the practicing real estate particularly focus on the Republic Act 9646:  Philippine Real Estate Service Act of 2009. It has been a debacle for more than a decade now on what is happening into the real estate industry which have seen numerous upheavals with these two group because of lack of regulatory agency to monitor, lack of law enforcement by assigned agencies and lack of internal policing of professional real estate groups of their members against malpractice and violation of Republic Act 9649 also known as Real Estate Service Act of 2009.