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A Foreigner’s Lost Real Estate Investment A Sad Story that Could have Been Avoided Last week I came across a foreigner’s lost real estate investment story that though sad, could have been avoided with some very simple foresight. I recount his story here as a warning to those foreigners out there that are […]
Real Estate Development Investment Projected Return of 32% annually over the first 5 years Real Estate development investment into the Philippines market is a case of being in the right place at the right time. With the Philippines economy booming and all the economic fundamentals lined up to ensure long term impressive growth, very few... [Read More]
Expats Making Money in the Philippines If you are not a true Entrepreneur, Forget it Many expats show up on the shores of the over 7000 islands of the Philippines and in growing numbers there are those that try to make a living here. The vast majority of these people fail while a select few... [Read More]
Small Business in the Philippines Adapting to New Markets It of course is only logical for any small business that one of the major keys to success is identifying, reaching and then serving members of your target market. If you are like me, and own or considering operating a small business in the Philippines, then... [Read More]
Dolphin watching is a fast becoming a National attraction as well. It has gained popularity among travelers both local and foreign because of its appealing combination of activities. Bais City is well known for its proximity to the protected marine sanctuary Tanon straight . From the Capinahan whar...
“And I don’t want you eating any red meats like beef and pork and … “Hold on just a moment there ma’am, pork is not a red meat.” | read more
After a languid start we caught the Ceres Liner departing the North Bus Terminal at 10:20am. It was not a fun bus ride. For one thing t | read more