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Thursday, June 27, 2013

HOUSE and LOT ANTEL GRAND VILLAGE for as low as 431 Php Daily

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LOT ONLY ALSO AVAILABLE  FOR AS LOW AS 7,245 mo.
COMPUTATION FOR NEWLY OPEN BLOCKS IN GRAND OAKRIDGE at ANTEL GRAND VILLAGE.
NEAR ENTRANCE, OAKRIDGE CLUBHOUSE AND NEAR COMMERCIAL DISTRICT
FREE SITE TOUR: SMS 0906 3468424 (globe); 0919-2634101 (smart)

ANTEL Residential lot 8K MO. NEAR PASAY
MASTERPLANNED BY WORLD WELL KNOWN URBAN PLANNER
PALAFOX AND ASSOCIATES

*only 15 minutes away from MOA and near NAIA VIA CAVITEX
*exclusive subdivision with grand waterpark
resort type village
Minimum lot cut: 80sqm
80 sqm at grand oakridge, Antel Grand Village
9500 per sqm
total contract price 760,000
20% dp 152,000
dp payable in 18 mos. at zero interest 8,444/mo
balance loanable 608,000

bank financing
10 yrs.= 7,245
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SAMPLE COMPUTATION FOR CATALINA EXTENSION, ANTEL GRAND VILLAGE
PRE-SELLING near the amenities. 15 MINS FROM PASAY VIA CAVITEX
105 SQM @ 9K/SQM
TCP 945,000
20%DP 189,000
DP PAYABLE IN 24 MOS. ZERO INTEREST = 7,875
80% BALANCE 756,000
INHOUSE FI: 5 YRS. 18,930 W/MF
BANK FI: 10 YRS. 9,009.63/MO
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Note:
Special Discount: In-house Financing 
20% Outright DP 10% discount w/in 1month 
5% discount w/in 2months 
(Miscellaneous Fee-MF includes transfer of title/one time membership fee/1 yr advance payment of 
homeowner's monthly dues)
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FREE SITE TOUR: SMS 0906 3468424 (globe); 0919-2634101 (smart)
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RAFAEL DAVE/ DEBZ
ACHIEVERS IN-HOUSE GROUP
PRC LICENSE NO. 12937
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HOUSE AND LOT

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AUDREY HOUSE MODEL (SINGLE DETACHED)
3 BEDROOM / 2 T&B / CARPORT / SERVICE AREA
LOT AREA: MINIMUM 80SQM 
FLOOR AREA: 78.95SQM
TYPICAL SELLING PRICE : 2,574,800

OPTION 1 (20%DP-80%FINANCING)
DP X 24 MONTHS = 21,456
MONTHLY AMORT UPTO 25YEARS =12,956

OTHER OPTIONS:
DEFERRED PAYMENT MAXIMUM OF 2 YEARS
IN-HOUSE FINANCING UPTO 5 YEARS
BANK FINANCING AS LOW AS 10% DP

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NEW HOUSE MODEL - SOFIA 3BR/2TB MIN. OF 80SQM
Net Selling Price (NSP) 2,913,700.00
Downpayment 20% 24mos.to pay @ 24,280.83

Balance 80% 2,330,960.00
Bank Fi:
10yrs. 28,473.26
15 21,523.50
20 18,204.21





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KARYLLE HOUSE MODEL (SINGLE DETACHED)
3 BEDROOM / 3 T&B / CARPORT / SERVICE AREA
LOT AREA: MINIMUM 120SQM 
FLOOR AREA: 125SQM
TYPICAL SELLING PRICE : 4,460,400

OPTION 1 (20%DP-80%FINANCING)
DP X 24 MONTHS = 37,170
MONTHLY AMORT UPTO 25YEARS =22,444

OTHER OPTIONS:
DEFERRED PAYMENT MAXIMUM OF 2 YEARS
IN-HOUSE FINANCING UPTO 5 YEARS
BANK FINANCING AS LOW AS 10% DP



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FELICITY HOUSE MODEL (SINGLE DETACHED)
3 BEDROOM / 3 T&B / CARPORT / SERVICE AREA
LOT AREA: MINIMUM 120SQM 
FLOOR AREA: 109SQM
TYPICAL SELLING PRICE : 3,696,000

OPTION 1 (20%DP-80%FINANCING)
DP X 24 MONTHS = 30,800
MONTHLY AMORT UPTO 25YEARS =18,598

OTHER OPTIONS:
DEFERRED PAYMENT MAXIMUM OF 2 YEARS
IN-HOUSE FINANCING UPTO 5 YEARS
BANK FINANCING AS LOW AS 10% DP





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MARIANNE HOUSE MODEL (SINGLE DETACHED)
3 BEDROOM / 3 T&B / CARPORT / SERVICE AREA
LOT AREA: MINIMUM 120SQM 
FLOOR AREA: 118SQM
TYPICAL SELLING PRICE : 4,326,000

OPTION 1 (20%DP-80%FINANCING)
DP X 24 MONTHS = 36,500
MONTHLY AMORT UPTO 25YEARS= 21,768

OTHER OPTIONS:
DEFERRED PAYMENT MAXIMUM OF 2 YEARS
IN-HOUSE FINANCING UPTO 5 YEARS
BANK FINANCING AS LOW AS 10% DP


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LUXURY LOTS ALSO AVAILABLE

LOT FOR SALE 12,000/sqm min. cut is 192sqm and above (LUXURY LOTS)

TCP 2,304,000

OPTION 1:SPOT CASH - 15% DISCOUNT

OPTION 2: SPOT DP 10% DISCOUNT

OPTION 3: OR 20-80% FINANCING - ZERO INTEREST ON DP

20%DP 460,800

24 MOS TO PAY 19,200/MO.

80% BAL. 1,843,200

5 YRS. 43,849/MO. OR 10 YRS BANK FI. 21K/MO.

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Standard lots also available......

105 SQM @ 9K/SQM
TCP 945,000
20%DP 189,000
DP PAYABLE IN 24 MOS. ZERO INTEREST = 7,875
80% BALANCE 756,000

INHOUSE FI: 5 YRS. 18,930 W/MF
BANK FI: 10 YRS. 9,009.63/MO

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FREE TOUR TXT OR CALL US!
Rafael Dave or MS.DEBBIE MARANON PRC REBL #0012937 
Division Manager of Antel Grand Village- Achievers Group
09063468424  /0919-2634101
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Filipina science teacher is UNESCO awardee


Lourdes Cruz
Lourdes Cruz [Philstar]
Lourdes Cruz, a Filipino professor is one of the five exceptional women scientists in the world in the 2010 L’Oreal-UNESCO Awards in the Life Sciences, the Science Education Institute.
They will be awarded by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on March 4, 2010 in Paris, France.
Lourdes Cruz who discovered the use of snail toxins to study brain functions is a professor at the Marine Science Institute at the University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City.
Cruz, who is also a recipient of the Order of National Scientist, is the first Filipino woman to receive the award.
The other laureates are Rashika El Ridi, Elaine Fuchs, Anne Dejean-Assémat, and Alejandra Bravo.
Rashika, a professor at Cairo University in Egypt, is recognized “for paving the way towards the development of a vaccine against the tropical disease Schistomiasis/Bilharzia.”
A professor at the Rockefeller University in the United States, Fuchs is honored “for her contributions to our knowledge of skin biology and skin stem cells.”
Dejean-Assémat, a professor at the Pasteur Institute in France, is recognized “for her contributions to our understanding of leukemia and liver cancers.”
Bravo, professor at the Institute of Molecular Micro-biology of the Universidad Nacional Autonoma in Mexico, is honored “for her work on a bacterial toxin that acts as a powerful insecticide.”
Established in 1997, the award, given annually by the L’Oréal Corporate Foundation and UNESCO, honors women in the world “who are making contributions to the future of humankind.”
Each laureate will receive $100,000 “in recognition of her contribution to the advancement of science.”
An international network of nearly 1,000 scientists nominates the candidates for each year’s awards.
The five laureates were selected at a meeting of the jury presided by Pr. Günter Blobel, Nobel Prize winner in Medicine in 1999.
The award aims to promote women scientists who are devoting their lives, with strength and passion, to finding solutions to tomorrow’s challenges.
In 12 years, the program has recognized 62 laureates, 150 international fellows, and 700 national fellows.
Established in 2007, the L’Oréal Corporate Foundation is the second-largest corporate foundation in France and is committed to promoting scientific research in the fundamental and human sciences, supporting education, and helping individuals made vulnerable by alternations to their appearance to reclaim their rightful place in society.
UNESCO aims to reinforce international cooperation in the basic sciences among its 192 member-states, and promotes ethical norms in science. The organization is also dedicated to eliminating all forms of discrimination and promoting gender equality.

Palawan in Lonely Planet’s Top 5 Tropical Islands


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Busuanga Island, Palawan
Palawan in the Philippines was chosen one of the top 5 tropical islands in the world by Lonely Planet Traveller magazine. Others on the list are The Seychelles, Bora Bora, Zanzibar and Kaua’i. Here’s the Lonely Planet story:
Coconut palms and aquamarine waters are only the beginning – Lonely Planet Traveller magazine takes you to five very different island escapes, from diving adventures to luxury on a lagoon.
The Seychelles: the one for pristine beaches
The beaches of the Seychelles really do live up to the superlatives that are heaped upon their fine, porcelain-white sands. The Seychelles is a tiny nation, a scattered collection of granite islands and coral atolls 1000 miles off the East African coast.
One of the finest beaches is Anse Source d’Argent, a bay of fine white sand and surreal sculpted boulders on the island of La Digue that has starred in several films as the tropical landing-place of washed-up Crusoes.
A short boat trip away, Mahé, the largest of the Seychelles’ 115 islands, also has more than its fair share of picture-perfect beaches. Beau Vallon in the northwest is a dazzling arc of sands fringed by palms and takamaka trees, and in the jungle-covered west, green hills slope into soft sandy crescents. Meanwhile, Praslin is the last natural habitat for the coco de mer – a palm famous for its large, buttock-shaped cocounts.
Palawan: the one for diving
The island of Palawan is stretched out thin over nearly 300 miles, as if caught in a tug-of-war between its larger neighbour Borneo and the main islands of the Philippines, to which it belongs. Not yet in the celebrity league of tropical islands, Palawan still has plenty of undeveloped corners, and the pristine waters off its coast and countless outlying islets conceal a submerged world of reefs, wildlife and wrecks that offers exceptional snorkelling and diving.
Five hours north from the main city of Puerto Princesa is El Nido, the port gateway to the clear waters and dramatic rock formations of the Bacuit Archipelago, which offers great snorkelling opportunities over shallow coral gardens and more than two-dozen dive sites to suit all abilities. Beyond the tip of Palawan, Busuanga Island offers a different type of seabed scenery – Japanese warships and merchant ships, sunk here during the Second World War, make a world-class location for wreck diving (ddivers.com and seadiveresort.com).
Bora Bora: the one for luxury
If there is any place on Earth to surrender to lazy days of snorkelling and tropical cocktails on a terrace at sundown, this is surely it. Bora Bora is just one of the 118 islands of French Polynesia. Yet this one stands out for the sheer beauty of its lagoon, which encircles a lushly forested and mountainous island, and is in turn surrounded by a necklace of palm-fringed islets, called motu.
The island, lagoon and motu are a snapshot in time – the remains of a volcano slowly disappearing into the sea. In a couple of hundred thousand years, the central island will be gone, and all that will be left is a coral atoll like countless others across the Pacific – so enjoy Bora Bora while you can.
A lagoon setting is the prerequisite for every luxury hotel on the main island or the surrounding motu. Many sport palm-thatched bungalows built out on stilts over the water, so there is no excuse not to bring out snorkel and fins each morning, and float among shoals of colourful fish.
Zanzibar: the one for history
Is there any island with a name more evocative and tantalising than Zanzibar? The white-sand beaches of its eastern coast watch the sun rise over the Indian Ocean, while the western side of the island faces the African mainland. For centuries, this position made Zanzibar rich and coveted by both Arabs and Europeans. Today the island is part of Tanzania but keeps a strong sense of its own distinct heritage.
The dhow is one of the most enduring symbols of Zanzibar. Together with the smaller ngalawa (outrigger canoe), these sailing ships can still be seen in the waters around the island, and a sunset dhow cruise is a popular activity for many visitors (try safariblue.net).
Stone Town is the heart of old Zanzibar. The houses that line its dusty streets show Arabic and Indian influences, and some 500 of them still preserve the huge, ornately carved wooden front doors that are the most famous feature of Zanzibari architecture. Zanzibar’s wealth was partly built on the spice trade. In the early 20th century, the island supplied more than 90 per cent of the world’s cloves, and although the industry is no longer dominant, many plantations remain. Eco & Culture Tours is one of many companies that can arrange spice tours (ecoculture-zanzibar.org).
Kaua’i: the one for activities
Deep canyons snake up from Kaua’i’s Pacific shores into the uninhabited and thickly forested interior of the island. It was an obvious choice for Steven Spielberg when he wanted to recreate the age of the dinosaurs in his film Jurassic Park. Grandest of all Kaua’i’s natural wonders is Waimea Canyon.
To truly get to grips with this and other hidden corners of Kaua’i, take one of the island’s many hiking trails. The Na Pali Coast is another corner of Kaua’i that tends to the vertical and inaccessible, bar hiking trails of various levels of difficulty.
East of Na Pali, the coast settles down enough to become the delight of surfers, and crescent-shaped Hanalei Bay is a sight on its own. Newcomers to wave-riding can take lessons with outfits such as Kauai Island Experience (kauaiexperience.com). Just remember not to put too much on your plate – Kaua’i’s landscape may be intense, but its tempo is the opposite.
(Story courtesy of Lonely Planet)

Japanese bicycle maker Shimano to put up Philippine factory


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Japanese bicycle manufacturer Shimano Inc will put up a factory in the Philippines, Ambassador Toshinao Urabe of Japan said.
Shimano is one of “quite a few” Japanese firms that consider the Philippines a viable investment destination, Urabe said.
On its website, Shimano said the Philippine facility will be operated by its subsidiary, Shimano (Singapore) Pte Ltd.
The investment was made “to set up its production system in order to enhance its production capabilities for the emerging market,” the company said.
The investment for Shimano (Philippines) Inc is worth 3.5 billion Japanese yen or at least P1.5 billion.
The factory will churn out bicycle components and mountain bikes, which will be exported to the so-called BRICS markets, said JCCIP vice president and executive director Nobuo Fujii.
BRICS refer to Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
The Shimano facility will rise on a 106,620-square meter site within the First Philippine Industrial Park in Tanauan City, Batangas. Construction of the factory will start next month, Urabe said.
Shimano’s Philippine facility should be completed by July next year, as operations are slated to begin in December 2014.
Osaka-headquartered Shimano produces and distributes bicycle components, cold forging products, fishing tackle and rowing equipment, its website said.
The company has 44 consolidated subsidiaries with over 12,000 employees.
(Story courtesy of Ben Arnold O. De Vera, InterAksyon.com)

PHL economy moving toward balanced, high growth


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British bank Standard Chartered sees the Philippine economy moving toward a “balanced” and higher growth trend supported by both domestic consumption and investment, with infrastructure spending becoming a key catalyst.
In a research dated June 17 titled: “Philippines—Infrastructure boom to boost growth,” Stanchart also projected that the peso would resume its upswing on the back of “solid economic fundamentals.” The peso was projected to appreciate to 37 to a dollar on the average in 2015.
Stanchart, the oldest foreign bank to set up shop in the Philippines, raised its growth forecasts for the Philippines to 6.9 percent this year from its earlier outlook of 5.8 percent. Growth forecasts for 2014 and 2015 were likewise upgraded to 6.3 percent and 7 percent from 6.1 percent and 5.5 percent, respectively.
“Overall, we expect the Philippines to register above-trend growth in the next three years, and believe this period presents a golden opportunity for the country to leverage its investment potential and accelerate its growth trajectory,” according tot the research.
In the last 10 years, the country’s average growth was slightly below 5 percent.
The research, written by economist Jeff Ng, said the Philippine gross domestic product growth would likely be boosted by increases in public-private partnership (PPP) and non-PPP investments. The bank assumed that more PPP projects would be finalized by the end of 2013 and PPP construction would peak in 2014-15.
“In our core scenario, we expect investment growth to accelerate in the next three years as a result of more PPP projects moving into the construction phrase, along with increased foreign interest and investment in the economy, and a gradually improving global economy in the medium term,” the research stated.
The bank’s core scenario has taken into consideration delays in the commencement of PPP projects due to the government’s scrutiny of the quality of the bids. The total value of PPPs was estimated at $3 billion to $4 billion from this year through 2015 under this base-case scenario.
Stanchart is expecting a surge in investment growth in two phases, first in the period immediately following the upgrade to investment grade and, second, when the PPPs are completed by 2015. “Hence, GDP growth stays above trend, growing around 6 to 7 percent annually. Due to the spike in domestic investment, growth remains domestic market-driven, boosted slightly by improving export growth.”
On foreign exchange trading, the Stanchart study noted that a strong GDP growth, solid current account balance and sustained accumulation of foreign exchange reserves would support peso appreciation in the medium term.
“However, considering Indonesia’s experience following its upgrade to investment grade, we believe that the speed of peso appreciation is likely to slow. This is also reinforced by valuation concerns, as the peso’s real effective exchange rate has reached its strongest level since June 1997,” the research indicated.
The best-case scenario is seen allowing the country to grow by 7 to 8 percent over the medium term. This assumed a strong progress in PPPs led by favorable local and global investor sentiment which will ensure that many projects will start construction in 2014. This scenario also assumes rapid progress on reforms aimed at making it easier to do business in the country.
With more successful high-quality bids, the government is seen to move projects amounting to $5 billion to $6 billion in 2013-15.
Investment to GDP is assumed to increase steadily over the next three years alongside strong foreign investor interest while export growth will likewise accelerate.
(Story courtesy of Doris Dumlao of Philippine Daily Inquirer and Inquirer.net)