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If a fire starts at home, you only have two to three minutes to escape! According to the American Red Cross, a humanitarian institution that offers emergency assistance, “60 percent of house fire deaths occur in homes with no working smoke alarms.”  In the Philippines, where a large number of

The Philippines doesn’t have its own Burj Khalifa, an 829.8 m skyscraper that’s towering over the cityscape in Dubai, United Arab Emirates or Shanghai Tower, which is 632 m tall. Despite that, the Philippines definitely has taller buildings nowadays compared to a few decades ago.  Can you believe that the

Applying for a home loan is one your best options if you want to buy your dream house.  Below, our handy checklist will help you prepare for the loan application process. Additionally, compares home loans from the Philippines’ most reputable banks, such as Security Bank and UCPB, by using

By Trisha Mendoza The use of electricity is so basic to daily life. Without electricity, people and their surroundings would function less efficiently. Can you imagine how hard it would be to light up a room without electricity? According to the quinquennial (every five years) survey of the Household Energy

The Year of the Red Fire Monkey, which is brimming with all-around strength and determination, begins this year, on February 8, and will end next year, on January 27. Red Fire Monkeys are very effective at goal-setting, but they always want to control and dominate every situation. In your homes

The Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB) is the Philippine government agency that regulates land use and real estate and housing laws.  For more information, visit its website at

It’s that jolliest time of the year again when you dress up your house with Christmas tree and sparkly Christmas decors! But did you know that the colors of your parols—traditional Christmas lanterns in the Philippines—and Christmas lights reflect your personality type? Know more about the meaning of your Christmas

Do you know of any other unlucky Pinoy superstitions? Share them in the comments section below! Happy Halloween from all of us at!

Although the Internet and social media have ushered in new ways to search for homes or office spaces for sale and for rent in a jiffy, traditional advertising media (television, radio, print and outdoor) are evolving and are not going away. However, whether you’d go hi-tech or old school, each

Five real estate scams that you should know: (1) Fake property listings posted online; (2) Licensed agents’ common bait for prospective buyers; (3) “Out-of-the-country” modus operandi; (4) Unethical practices during the pre-selling phase; and (5) Double selling scheme. To complain about dubious property agents, download the Professional Regulation Commission’s (PRC) “Revised