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Saturday, June 30, 2012

Update : Philhealth's Unfair Treatment of OFWs

Being a former OFW and a Philhealth member,  I can emphatize with the concerns of our
 OFWs (Overseas Filipino Workers)  regarding the excessive and unreasonable increase on Philhealth annual premium, and the compulsory OFW membership to the government health care program.

The burden imposed on OFWs by the unreasonable and arbitrary premium increase is unscrupulous, to say the least. And requiring compulsory Philhealth membership to all OFWs is unfair, and more so if it is made as a requirement so one could leave the country to work abroad. It is the right of a Filipino to travel and  work abroad, and should not be restricted by this requirement.

Many OFWs either have their own personal health insurance or are covered by their company's health care program as part of their contract benefits, and should not be forced to be members. Forcing the OFWs  to be members and making them pay the annual premium is simply illogical, because most OFWs' contacts last for a year or more, and will not be benefitting from the services of Philhealth for the year they paid. This applies particularly to unmarried members without dependents, and married members whose families are with them abroad.

If Philhealth continues to impose compulsory membership, it should have or "must" have Philhealth offices and affiliate hospitals in all the countries where OFWs are deployed, to assist them. If not, Philhealth should make OFWs membership optional to be fair.

If Philhealth needs more money to pay for the health care benefits of other Philhealth members, they should not be targeting the OFW sector to pay and shoulder these expenses of Philhealth.

Is Philhealth treating the OFWs as milking cows?
The OFWs are our living heroes and the savior of our economy, I think they deserve a better treatment.

Click logo to go to Philhealth official website
Philhealth

Please click posters to enlarge
OFWs appeal to Philhealth 

Related Links :
http://www.susanople.com/no-to-increase-in-philhealth-ofw-premiums/
http://www.ofwguide.com/article_item-1714/Philhealth-Defers-Increase-in-OFW-Contributions---Opens-Service-Desks-in-Malls.html
http://www.pia.gov.ph/news/index.php?article=1851335425473

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Update : PRC Releases Pending Professional IDs (Seventh Tranche)

To All PRC-Licensed Professionals with Pending Professional Identification Cards :

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces the release of the seventh tranche of Professional Identification Cards (ID’s) of the following professionals who filed for renewal of their respective licenses:
PRC Posting Date : 6/26/2012

Aeronautical Engineer
Agriculturist
Architect
Chemical Engineer
Chemist
Chemical Technician
Civil Engineer
Certified Public Accountant
Certified Plant Mechanic
Criminologist
Customs Broker
Dental Technologist
Dentist
Electronics Engineer(ECE)
Electronics Technician
Environmental Planner
Fisheries Technologist
Forester
Geodetic Engineer
Geologic Aide
Geologist
Guidance Counselor
Interior Designer
Landscape Architect
Librarian
Mechanical Engineer
Medical Laboratory Technician
Medical Technologist
Metallurgical Engineer
Midwife
Mining Engineer
Master Plumber
Naval Architect
Nurse
Nutritionist Dietitian
Occupational Therapist
Optometrist
Pharmacist
Physical Therapist
Physician
Professional Agricultural Engineer
Professional Electrical Engineer
Professional Electronics Engineer
Professional Mechanical Engineer
Radiologic Technologist
Registered Electrical Engineer
Registered Master Electrician
Sanitary Engineer
Social Worker
Veterinary Medicine
Xray Technologist

Click link below to see complete list of IDs released by Profession.
Professional Regulation Commission

Note :
Kindly check if your name is included in the list prior to claiming your identification card. Please be advised that Professional Identification Cards are claimed at the Office where you have filed your applications for renewal of license.

Travel : Top 25 Beach Destinations in the World

Boracay Islands makes it at No.6 spot for this year's  2012 Travelers' Choice for the Top 25 Beach Destinations in the World by tripadvisor.com.


Here's the complete list of the top 25 beach destinations in the world : 
1. Providenciales
2. Palm/Eagle Beach, Aruba 
3. Tulum, Mexico
4. Negril, Jamaica
5. Saint Pete Beach, Florida
6. Boracay, Philippines
7. Cancun Mexico
8. Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
9. Miami Beach, Florida, 
10. Varadero, Cuba
11. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
12. Playa Del Carmen, Mexico
13. Virginia Beach, Virginia
14. Oludeniz, Turkey
15. Honululu, Hawaii
16. Sharm El, Sheikh, Egypt
17. Daytona, Beach Florida
18. Fort Lauderdale, Florida
19. Lahaina, Hawaii
20. Cayo Coco, Cuba
21. Marsa Alam, Egypt
22. Cabo San Luis, Mexico
23. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
24. Icmeler, Turkey
25. Port d'Alcudia, Spain



Related Link :
http://www.tripadvisor.com/TravelersChoice-Beaches-cDestinations-g1

History : An Old Spanish Map Showing Panatag Shoal as Part of the Philippine Islands Territory

Here's an old Spanish map that substantiates our  claim that the Scarborough Shoal has always been a part of the Philippine territory since the Spanish colonial period. Philippines being a colony then, Spain  would not have included the shoal in this map if it was not a part of its territory.

The map was made by Jesuit priest Pedro Murillo Velarde in 1744. It shows the Philippine Islands, including a shoal named Panacot, known today as Panatag or Scarborough. 

Click map to enlarge
An old Spanish map of the Philippine Islands showing Panatag Shoal as part of its  territory.

Related News and Picture Source:
http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=821746&publicationSubCategoryId=63
Related Link :
http://theprojectreview.blogspot.com/2011/11/interesting-places-spratly-islands.html

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Environment : Turning a Concrete Jungle into an Urban Forest

How do you turn a city of concrete buildings with not much land space to plant trees into an urban forest? Simple : Plant trees on building rooftops.  Getting an inspiration from the ancient wonder : Hanging Garden of Babylon, that is how Lebanese Architect Wassim Melki plan to turn the city of Beirut into a rooftop garden city and make it green.

I think this is one of the most ingenious ideas on urban greening project I have encountered. And I hope Beirut pushes through with the project because the idea is beautiful, doable and eco-friendly. 

I have seen one or two private buildings here in Manila with rooftops converted into tree and shrub gardens. And they really look great and "cool". 

Click pictures to enlarge
                 
                   BEFORE ( How Beirut looks now )
AFTER ( Computer Simulation of how will Beirut look after ) 
Related Link and Picture Source : 
http://edition.cnn.com/2012/04/09/world/meast/beirut-wonder-forest/index.html?iid=article_sidebar
Related Link :
http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/photos/urban-farming/?source=link_fb20120628env-urbanfarming&utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=link_fb20120628env-urbanfarming&utm_campaign=Content

Laws and Regulations : New Geology Law Signed

Since Geology is a related field or discipline to the real estate industry, it is advised that real estate practitioners should also be updated on the latest news and development in this field. Posted below is an update on a new law regulating the geology profession :


New Geology Law Signed
President Benigno S. Aquino III has signed into law Republic Act 10166 entitled the “Geology Profession Act of 2012” on June 11, 2012. RA 10166 repealed R.A. 4209 or the previous Geology Profession Act of the Philippines.
The Geology Profession Act of 2012 regulate the practice of geology which is vital to national development. It upgrades geology education and the quality of geologists who, as the law envisions, should be excellent, world class and globally competitive through regulatory measures, programs and activities.
Aside from the examination and registration of geologists and the supervision, control and regulation of the practice of geology, the act also provides for the development of the professional competence of geologists through continuing professional education and the integration of the geology profession.

PRC news link :

Monday, June 25, 2012

News Update : The Philippines Lends $1 Billion to IMF

When I heard this news, I thought it was a big joke. But when I finally read the news article, I realized that it is true indeed. For so many years our country has been a borrower and recipient of millions of dollars in loans from the different  international financing institutions and some benevolent rich countries, and now the table has been turned and we are lending money to IMF (International Monetary Fund) to save Europe from their financial and economic problems. (As BSP Governor Tetangco said in Mr. Boo Chanco's article, Demand and Supply, Philstar : it's payback time).

I never imagined our country has that much money in its dollar reserves to be able do this. (I think we should thank all the Overseas Filipino Workers and Filipino-Americans who have contributed much to these dollar reserves). By the way, have we paid all our foreign debts already? I guess every Filipino like me who doesn't know much about economics, has the same questions in their mind.

But the good thing is, this is really one very good news to hear.



Related News Link :
http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=820609&publicationSubCategoryId=66
About IMF :
http://www.imf.org/external/about.htm
http://www.interaksyon.com/article/36085/manuel-buencamino--miriams-primer-for-illiterate-politicians-and-critics

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Architecture : The Filipino Architecture

Is there really a distinctly "Filipino Architecture"?

Considered as typical and common Filipino architecture and house design are the "bahay na bato" and the "bahay kubo". Despite their being made of different materials, their designs are quite similar : open ground floor, big windows, slatted floors or walls, and upper floor used as living area.

Regional architectures like those seen in Batanes, Mountain Province/Cordillera, Muslim Mindanao and other places are  uncommon but still part of  the diverse Philippine architectures.

The general design of typical Filipino houses is basically influenced by the hot and humid weather of the country. The open ground floors, slatted floors or walls and big windows are natural cooling systems which let air circulate in these houses.

Regional designs may also be influenced by other factors such as the regular typhoon season, earthquake,  elevation and temperature or location e.g. coastal, on-water settlements .

But despite these typical  and regional Philippine architectures  and designs  mentioned, there is not yet one singular design or look that may represent what one may call a distinctly "Filipino Architecture".

Maybe the Philippines  is still a young country, and a young culture at that,  and still is evolving and creating its uniquely Filipino look. Proof is the non existence of any pre-hispanic monuments or structures. Surviving old edifices and monuments are mostly Hispanic ones. Unlike its neighbors: Indonesia and Thailand, who are both very old cultures and have their own distinct architectures.

Because the Philippines was colonized by Spain for a very long time, its architectures and designs will always have  Hispanic influence, much like Mexico. But despite the Hispanic influence on Mexico, it has a distinctly Mexican architecture that is fused with its native Indian/Aztec designs. But then again Mexico is an old and ancient culture.

Defining that one singular  and unique Filipino design or look is what is needed to have a distinctly Filipino architecture.  It might be a fusion or combination of existing regional architectures, Hispanic-influenced or a new revolutionary design. But it must be distinctly Filipino, representing its people and culture : the Pinoy Architecture.

Bahay na Bato
Bahay Kubo
Batanes Stone Houses
Igorot House
The Coconut Palace in Manila


Related Link : 
Picture Sources :
Batanes Stone House:
www.philstar.ecom
Coconut Palace :
www.wikipedia.org
Bahay Kubo :
http://www.pinoyflick.com/
Igorot House :
http://ayaysalidummay-photo.blogspot.com/



Saturday, June 23, 2012

Update : Schedule and Coverage of the PRC Real Estate Appraiser Examination


Here is the schedule and coverage of the PRC Real Estate Appraiser Examination  to be held on July 8, 2012 in Manila, Cebu, Ilo-ilo, Davao, Cagayan de Oro and Baguio cities :

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Schedule and coverage of PRC Real Estate Appraiser Examination

PRC


 Related Link - Click link below to download PDF file :

Friday, June 22, 2012

Events : 1st Thunderbird Resorts All Terrain Mt. Bike Race

Attention : Mountain Bike Racers and Enthusiasts


1st Thunderbird Resorts All Terrain Mt. Bike Race at    
 Eastridge Golf Club, Binangonan, Rizal
 July 14, 2012 ( Saturday )

Click poster to enlarge
1st Thunderbird Resorts All Terrain Mt. Bike Race in Binangonan, Rizal
Related Links :

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Trivia : Pacman Unanimously Won Over Bradley in WBO Commissioned Fight Review

This one is for the Guinness World Records. 

After  Pacman lost the fight against Bradley on a controversial split decision, the resulting outrage on the decision forced the WBO (World Boxing Organization) to commission a review and re-scoring of the fight. 

The result of the review and re-scoring : Pacman won the fight unanimously (see scores below). Despite the finding, the original decision will not be overturned, and Bradley keeps the belt. 
Two thumbs down on this one!
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The scores, all for Pacquiao:

115-111,
116-112
117-111
118-110
117-111

Pacquio-Bradley Fight
Related News Link :
http://www.interaksyon.com/interaktv/wbo-review-panel-unanimous-pacquiao-should-have-won-fight-vs-bradley
http://theprojectreview.blogspot.com/2012/02/trivia-pacman-training.html

Picture Source:
http://www.opposingviews.com/

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Update : PRC Releases Professional Identification Cards (Sixth Tranche)

To All PRC-Licensed Professionals with Pending Professional Identification Cards :

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces the release of the sixth tranche of Professional Identification Cards (ID’s) of the following professionals who filed for renewal of their respective licenses:
PRC posting date : 6/18/2012

CENTRAL OFFICE:
Aeronautical Engineer
Agriculturist
Architect
Certified Mine Foreman
Certified Plant Mechanic
Certified Public Accountant
Chemical Engineer
Chemist
Civil Engineer
Criminologist
Customs Broker
Dental Hygienist
Dental Technologist
Dentist
Electronics Engineer(ECE)
Environmental Planner
Fisheries Technologist
Forester
Geodetic Engineer
Geologist
Guidance Counselor
Interior Designer
Landscape Architect
Librarian
Master Plumber
Mechanical Engineer
Medical Technologist
Metallurgical Engineer
Midwife
Mining Engineer
Nurse
Nutritionist Dietitian
Occupational Therapist
Optometrist
Pharmacist
Physical Therapist
Physician
Professional Agricultural Engineer
Professional Electrical Engineer
Professional Electronics Engineer
Professional Mechanical Engineer
Radiologic Technologist
Real Estate Appraiser
Real Estate Broker
Registered Electrical Engineer
Registered Master Electrician
Sanitary Engineer
Social Worker
Veterinary Medicine
Xray Technologist

REGIONAL OFFICE:
Chemical Engineer
Criminologist
Customs Broker
Dental Technologist
Dentist
Electronics Engineer
Forester
Geologist
Master Plumber
Medical Laboratory Technician
Medical Technologist
Midwife
Naval Architect
Nurse
Nutritionist Dietitian
Occupational Therapist
Optometrist
Pharmacist
Physical Therapist
Physician
Professional Electrical Engineer
Registered Electrical Engineer
Registered Master Electrician
Sanitary Engineer
Social Worker


Click link below to see complete list of IDs released by Profession.
http://www.prc.gov.ph/news/?id=339
Related Link :
http://theprojectreview.blogspot.com/2012/06/update-prc-releases-pending.html

Note :
Kindly check if your name is included in the list prior to claiming your identification card. Please be advised that Professional Identification Cards are claimed at the Office where you have filed your applications for renewal of license.

Professional Regulation Commission

Announcement : PhilRES-Quezon City Chapter 2nd Orientation Seminar

Click poster to enlarge

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Project Review : One Centris Place at Quezon City-CBD

Location, location,location. This is the factor most considered when deciding on investing in a new condominium project. Here is a new residential condominium project that is located in one of the best and  greenest locations in Metro Manila, the corner of Quezon Avenue and EDSA at East Triangle in Quezon City. The place where One Centris Place is located is actually a mixed-use development of commercial and residential projects called Centris, a project of Eton, one of the companies owned by taipan Lucio Tan.

Centris is just part of a bigger upcoming development called the Quezon City-Central Business District (also called the Triangle Park), similar to the Makati-CBD. The Quezon City-CBD is a real estate triangle composed of two smaller real estate triangles: the North Triangle and East Triangle bounded by EDSA, East Avenue, North Avenue, Quezon Memorial Circle and bisected by the Quezon Avenue. 

The place is highly accessible by major roads in all directions. Located inside and in the peripheral of the Quezon City-CBD are 3 metro rail train stations, major shopping malls, hospitals, government agencies, parks,  entertainment districts and a golf course. 

Perpendicular to the northern part of the QC-CBD is Mindanao Avenue which connects  directly to the new Mindanao Avenue Exit of the North Diversion road, making access to the North Diversion Road only in a matter of minutes.

The only drawback to this new condominium  project is its delivery date, which is scheduled on December 2015. If you don't mind the long wait, then it's one project worth investing in, location-wise.

One Centris Place at the Quezon City-CBD

Location map of One Centris Place


Project Name: 
ONE CENTRIS PLACE - A 27 Storey Residential Condominium
Location : 
EDSA corner QUEZON AVENUE, Quezon City - Central Business District ( CBD )

One Centris Place is a mixed-use condominium development consisting of residential 
units and commercial spaces at the ground floor.

Units For Sale :
1 Bed Room - 23 to 38 sqm the the Price Range of 2.1 to 2.9 M
2 Bed Room - 38.7 to 45.7 sqm - Price Range 3.5 to 4.5

TURN OVER DATE: December 2015

For those interested to know more about the project, please e-mail your inquiry to :

List and Sell Realty Group

Project Review : Ground Breaking of Thunderbird Condotel at Thunderbird Resort, Poro Point, La Union

The Thunderbird Resort at Poro Point had the groundbreaking ceremony last April, 29, 2012 for the Thunderbird Condotel portion of the resort. This starts the construction of the 51-unit Thunderbird Condotel which is part of the resort expansion development. The condotel units  will be sold to private investors (Note: a lot of the units are already sold), but these investors can have the opportunity to enroll the units they purchased as part of the condotel rental program. In this program, their units will be rented out as part of the hotel rented accommodations. And in return, they will be earning income, while they are not using their units.

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Master plan of Thunderbird Resort development
Thunderbird Condotel at Thunderbird Resort (enclosed with  yellow line is the condotel portion) 
Groundbreaking of Thunderbird Condotel

Below is an excerpt from a Manila Bulletin article on the event :

Last April 29, 2012  was the groundbreaking ceremony of TRPP’s three-storey Thunderbird Condotel. Thunderbird is set to build 51 additional rooms in the Condotel, to add to the existing 41 rooms at TRPP, with a total investmentof R200 million for the expansion project. To date, TRPP has pumped in a total of R1.2-B investments in the country since it started five years ago.
The  April 29 groundbreaking had the following key officials (see photo) in attendance: (from left) Wilson Tieng, corporate partner of Thunderbird Resorts; Felicito Payumo, BCDA chairman; Fausto Liriano, TRPP operations director for construction; David Chong, TRPP project manager for real estate; Shaun Thomsen, Thunderbird Resorts chief gaming officer; Arnel Casanova, BCDA president and CEO; Florante Gerdan, PPMC president and CEO; and Yves Remondeulaz, TRPP hotel general manager.

Related Links :
http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/361699/groundbreaking-of-thunderbird-condotel-and-other-expansion-plans

http://business.inquirer.net/64015/santorini-inspired-la-union-resort-dotted-with-villas

http://theprojectreview.blogspot.com/2012/02/project-review-thunderbird-residences.html


Trivia : The Iconic Red Buses of London

If Manila has its "jeepneys", London has its red buses. These iconic red buses of London are currently being utilized by the Department of Tourism for its " I's More Fun in the Philippines" tourism campaign. Using the mass transport system of London to do this promotional campaign is a great idea, because these mobile advertising mediums are very effective and maximize the exposure of the campaign.

The picture below shows one of the  red buses of London with an "It's More Fun In the Philippines" promotional sticker on its side.

The iconic red bus of London

Related Link :

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Event : Philippine Independence Day



    Today :  June 12, 2012 
is the 114th Philippine Independence Day Anniversary

The Philippine Flag

This day is dedicated to all the heroes, known and unknown, who sacrificed their lives for the freedom and independence of our motherland.

-Mabuhay ang Pilipinas!

Related Links : 
Philippine Declaration of Independence :
http://en.wikipilipinas.org/index.php?title=Philippine_Declaration_of_Independence
History of Philippine Flag  : 
http://www.philippine-history.org/philippine_flag.htm
Philippine Flag Source : 
http://www.crossed-flag-pins.com
Philippine National Anthem :
Source :  You Tube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xvpY7-6kz4

Saturday, June 09, 2012

Announcement : PAREB-Marikina Valley Real Estate Board Regular MLS and Fellowship

To All PAREB-MVRB Members and Associates :
PAREB-Marikina Valley Real Estate Board Inc.
MLS Committee


  • Event : PAREB-MVRB Regular MLS and Fellowship
  • Date : June 19, 2012 (Tuesday)
  • Place : Unit 217-MVRB Office and Training Center Pioneer-Citiland Condominium Pioneer St., Mandaluyong City
  • Time : 6:00 to 9:00 P.M.
  • Registration : P100.00 
Please contact MVRB Secretariat :
Ms. Cecille @ 0947-5262776


Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Update : Pag-IBIG Membership for all PRC Licensed Professionals


Here's a good news to all PRC Licensed Professionals : 


PRC and Pag-ibig Fund sign Memorandum of Agreement: “A Partnership Among Professionals”

Posted on 6/1/2012

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) through Chairperson Teresita R. Manzala and PAG-IBIG Fund CEO Atty. Darlene Marie B. Berberabe, signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on May 29, 2012 that would further ensure that professionals become Pag-IBIG Members and enjoy the many benefits of being Pag-IBIG Members.

The MOA provides the following items of cooperation between the PRC and the Pag-IBIG:

1) Further raise awareness amongst professionals on mandatory Pag-IBIG Fund   membership and its programs and benefits;

2 ) Bring Pag-IBIG membership registration, information and services closer to professionals by establishing Pag-IBIG Kiosks in PRC offices; and

3) Strengthen the cooperation between the PRC and Pag-IBIG in providing access to Pag-IBIG membership to professionals:

a ) through seminars and orientations to be conducted by Pag-IBIG;
b ) during their application for new/renewal of license;
c ) during conventions and oathtaking ceremonies of the PRCs various Boards.


PRC Chairperson Teresita R. Manzala (middle)and
 Pag-IBIG Fund CEO Darlene Marie B. Berberabe (left)
during the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement
on May 29, 2012.


Source  :  PRC Official Website 
Related Link  :
http://www.prc.gov.ph/news/?id=333

Monday, June 04, 2012

Project Review : Manila East Lakeview Farms - The Farm Subdivision

Most city dwellers appreciate flowers, plants, gardens and trees. Unfortunately there are not much of these things  too see in the city. People who like to plant or  those with green thumbs, who would want to  do some urban gardening  are limited to using pots and cans, due to lack of space and soil to do planting and gardening.

One type of real estate development  which may solve this problem is the farm/residential  subdivision. This type of subdivision allows people to build their homes and gardens on the same lot that is primarily intended as week-end farms or homes. But most of these type of  subdivision developments are normally located far  from the cities or located in the nearby  provinces.

Recently, one such farm subdivision develorpment was shown to us by a colleague who moonlights as an urban farmer on week-ends. Her family owns a lot  in this farm subdivision and proudly showed us her plants, vegetable gardens and fruit bearing trees. The farm subdivision project  is just an hour drive from Quezon City and is  near the boundaries of Teresa and Binangonan towns in Rizal. Distance-wise it is not far from Metro Manila unlike other farm subdivisions.

The subdivision farm project is called Manila East Lakeview Farms located in Morong, Rizal.

Manila East Lakeview Farms in Morong, Rizal
The farm subdivision was developed about ten years ago and many of the farm lots sold were already  planted and developed by their owners. Many of these lot owners built week-end homes in their garden/farm lots, while some owners, particularly retirees, permanently live there. Most of these farm lots are planted with different varieties of " organic"vegetables, flowering plants, fruit bearing trees and hard woods. One resident  has converted his lot into a honey farm. Some of the produce of these farm lots are being bought  by vegetable vendors and supermarkets, making these urban farmers' gardening hobby a profitable endeavor. It is common to see some free range native chickens in some of the farm lots, giving the place an authentic provincial ambiance. Due to the abundance of trees and shrubs, the place abounds with birds. It is really one healthy and  relaxing place to live or do week-end gardening. 

What makes the place exceptional is that the farm subdivision is located on a hill over-looking the Laguna de Bay, the towns of Morong, Binangonan,Teresa, part of the Sierra Madre Mountain range and Laguna province. The  average temperature of the place is a few degrees lower compared to  Metro Manila and  surrounding towns. 

If  you are dreaming of living in a "green environment", planting and harvesting  in your own vegetable garden, tending you own flower garden and fruit orchards, eating "organic" produce, breathing clean unpolluted air, a beautiful and scenic house location, then Manila East Lakeview Farms is your place.

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Organic farming at Manila East Lakeview Farms


                            For more information about Manila East Lakeview Farms please contact :
                                                         
     List and Sell Realty Group
Mobile : 0928-5024470
         Email : lands.phl@gmail.com
                         terradeouro@gmail.com