MANILA, Philippines – Home buying process needs time, patience and careful planning, as well as a lot of research and help from professionals such as licensed real estate agents.
The Home Development Mutual Fund (Pag-IBIG) on Friday announced it is reducing claims-processing time from a previous 30-day period to just one day, in line with the President’s directive of reducing the processing time of documents in all government agencies.
Buy now, derelict later?
Many people may be asking this. After one has purchased a condominium, what will happen to it after 50 years when it has served its purpose and the area where it stands becomes, well, not so much of a real estate hotspot as it is now? After all, buildings and structures are exposed to the elements and they are especially vulnerable—especially when not maintained well—to damage and wear and tear.
It's no easy decision when you don't want to put your hard-earned money to waste. Which one then is worth investing more than the other?
Out of 40 national laws to have passed through the 16th congress, 36 lapsed into law from July 17 to 22 after former President Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III and President Rodrigo Duterte neither signed nor vetoed the bills.
Here are new, interesting laws that stood out:
One-stop service center for OFWs opens August 15, 2016
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) is launching a one-stop shop for OFWs on Monday, August 15, where government frontline services are made accessible to Filipinos who are currently working or planning to work overseas.
Good News: Meron po tayong batas na nagsaad na bawal na po ang mga asong pakalat kalat sa kalye. Alagaan at huwag po nating pabayaang nakakalat lang ang ating mga aso sa kalsada.
RIO DE JANEIRO – Hidilyn Diaz has just turned into an instant millionaire.
Without her knowing it perhaps, the 25-year-old who came from humble beginnings is bound to receive more than what she has ever dreamed of.