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Gilmore Tower: Solid Real Estate Investment in Manila

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With thousands of condominiums springing up left and right all over Metro Manila, finding that perfect investment opportunity or place to live is quite the quandary. However, look no further than the Gilmore Tower in the New Manila, which offers rare opportunity to own a piece of a luxurious, urban dwelling in New Manila, making in certainly an unequivocal real ...

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Alta Montebello: The country lifestyle everyone’s dreaming of

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Nadj Villaver│ PropertyFindsAsia.com There’s no better feeling than going home to your own place distant from the hustle and bustle of the city life. Just 60 to 90-minute drive south of Manila, one’s dream home is made possible with the newest project among Don Tim’s communities – Alta Montebello. Literally meaning “beautiful mountain,” Montebello boasts its breathtaking view of Mt. ...

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Buon Giorno! Caffe & Bistro at Twin Lakes, Tagaytay

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With its cool climate and beautiful scenery, Tagaytay remains of the city’s top destinations for families looking for a weekend getaway. And with the opening of Buon Giorno! Caffe & Bistro at Twin Lakes, Tagaytay, those looking for an Italian family feast this holiday season just had their Christmas wish granted! A short drive from the city center, along the ...

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13 rules to remember when planning a trip to Dubai

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via CheapFlights | Dubai is one of the more open and accommodating states of the United Arab Emirates – to an extent it has to be given the huge number of foreign workers. There are, however, a number of regulations that must be adhered to, particularly because you don’t want to inadvertently end up in a Dubai jail. Some rules may be ...

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Hong Kong souvenirs even the locals love (and where to find them!)

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There are souvenirs aplenty at Hong Kong‘s ubiquitous markets – try Temple Street, the Ladies Market and Stanley for the more predictable tourist tat. But Hong Kong-inspired products are taken up a notch or two elsewhere in the city, and there are plenty of fun and quirky things to take home. For home-grown brands that draw on the city for inspiration, ...

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Fifteen Cool Tips for Living in Small Spaces

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By Joanna Goddard | via CupOfJo | Erin Boyle of Reading My Tea Leaves and Gardenista and her husband live together in seriously small quarters—a 240-square-foot studio, to be exact. She agreed to share her surprising tips about how to make it work (and not drive each other crazy)… 1. Maximize your windows. Drape your windows in a way that allows ...

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10 Surprising Things You Can Make with Your Panini Press and Waffle Iron

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via Partselect | The waffle iron and panini press have a lot in common. They both produce delightful results, but are often limited to a single purpose. Is it worth cluttering up your kitchen with single-purpose appliances? The answer is yes! By diversifying the types of foods you can make, you’ll ensure that these appliances earn their keep on your ...

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Who Sleeps with their Phone in Their Hand? Americans are Guilty!

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by Homerun Nievera, SouthofMetro.com | A recent report on an African teenager who died apparently due to eletrocution from a phone charger sparked global interest on the nasty habit of sleeping your phone in your hand. Well, I don’t. Yeah, really. I sleep while my phones are being charged — away from me. Well, let’s put it at not more ...

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My Investing Guide for Dummies Part II

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By Joel Barretto, CFPⓇ | via Negosentro.com | In my previous article, I talked about having a delicate balance between “FIXED and EQUITY assets,” in accordance to your individual financial profile, as you create a sound investment portfolio. As a review, FIXED assets are monies invested that rely on interest for growth.  Meanwhile, EQUITY assets rely on supply and demand factors of ...

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My Investing Guide for Dummies Part I

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By Joel Barretto, CFPⓇ | via Negosentro.com | In my 25 years as a financial planner, when people find out what I do for a living, the most common question I get is… “where should I invest my money?”  As if I can answer that question without knowing anything about you first. It’s like coming up to a doctor and asking what ...

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