A lot more buyer-friendly real estate financing options are available for those seriously considering investing in their first piece of property. PR Maven Amor Maclang tells us more in her regular column in the Business Mirror.
Owning a real-estate property nowadays has become a lot easier to jump-start and sustain as customers enjoy a greater freedom and flexibility in terms of pursuing their desired investments.
Developers and their financial partners—the government and private institutions, alike—have created an investor- and credit-friendly environment where young professionals can establish a strong, stable financial identity. This, in turn, helps them focus their assets into valuable endeavors such as purchasing or investing in real-estate properties.
Our economy was hardened by the Asian economic crisis at the right time, and even Pag-ibig has forced developers to be more creative, more flexible in terms of drawing up financing schemes for its clientele. This, too, has become very instrumental in helping developers become more creative and more innovative in terms of the marketing strategies that they employ to sustain the interest of local buyers.
The Philippines made it to The New York Times, and this time, it’s about our crumbling infrastructure, and how it’s keeping us from achieving so much more. Floyd Whaley reports.
The Philippines has been one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia in recent years. The gross domestic product rose 7.2 percent in 2013, although it is expected to slow modestly this year while remaining above 6 percent, according to most regional economists. In addition to new, streamlined government spending processes and the paying down of public debt, much of the improvement in the economy is linked to the anticorruption efforts of President Benigno S. Aquino III. Continue reading “Strained Infrastructure in Philippines Erodes the Nation’s Growth Prospects”
Since my wife and I have started our own real estate venture here in Metro Tagaytay, we’ve both gone into new hobbies– she’s now into interior decorating and home design, while I decided giving gardening a try.
I’ve been trying to set up or find a network of gardening or farming enthusiasts here in the neighborhood. Fortunately, I came across this friendly bunch on Facebook; it’s an online community called FRGT (for Farming References, Guides, and Tips), they’re mostly Pinoy, and are from all over the country as well as from abroad, but most importantly, they’re all very much into farming and gardening. Continue reading “Thanks For All The Plants and Seeds!”
Here’s a plugin I’ve been using on some of my sites that may be of similar use to you: WP RSS Aggregator. It’s great for displaying feeds from multiple RSS sources, right there on your very own website.
If you’d like to quickly have a look at a whole bunch of RSS feeds from your favorite websites– much like any RSS reader service like Yahoo!’s or Live’s, except that this can be served up on a page on your site, for you (and your subscribers and visitors, if you so wish) to peruse.
Check out how I’ve done it on one of our business websites (this one’s for our boutique bake shop). So you can pretty much do the same with your site as well if you’re fond of following other sites for great stories.
With its innovative approach and bold vision, ZipMatch manages to stand out amidst a plethora of online property marketing tools for the Philippine market.
In only its second year of operations, online real estate marketplace ZipMatch has proven that a homegrown portal can match up and even zip ahead of its global competitors in providing the most innovative homebuying services in the country.