Category Archives: Buying your first property


Average price of condominiums in Metro Manila’s key cities revealed Image via IngImage MANILA, JANUARY 27, 2015: Property-seekers on the hunt for a reasonably-priced condominium should consider buying in Las Piñas, which has emerged as the city with the lowest average condo prices in Metro Manila. At Php49,849 per square meter, buying a condo in […]

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Buying Properties at Fort Bonifacio

The rising investment opportunities within Fort Bonifacio are growing exponentially. MWATF provides vital information and helpful tips to get you started. Explore the ins and outs purchasing a condo unit and keeping up-to-date on property value trends.

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Five Characteristics of Good Property Developers

The unprecedented growth of the Philippine economy has led to a lot of developments in real estate. Numerous high-rise structures are cropping up all over the metro, each one even more impressive and luxurious than the last. Big names in real estate, like Megaworld at The Fort, are constantly coming up with new and better […]

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The OFW’s Guide to Getting a PAG-IBIG Housing Loan

Like all OFWs, you are working abroad so you can create a better life for yourself and your families–ideally, it should also be a life that is sustainable. “Put your money into investments that will either create income or increase in value,” says financial adviser Randy Yang. One such investment is property–a home you can […]

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How to Read the Condo Owner’s Association Contract

Everyone who invests in a Megaworld property isn’t just buying space, they’re buying an experience: a strong community, a standard of living, and the peace of mind of being part of a development by one of the Philippines’ most respected real estate companies. Megaworld made this promise to its buyers and takes their trust seriously. […]

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Megaworld Townships: Living the Dream

Picture a life unfettered by distance, where everything you need is a stone’s throw away. Imagine yourself free from painful commutes to work, from the weekend traffic surrounding commercial centers, and from the hustle and bustle of everyday living. You can take a leisurely walk to your favorite café on a cool Sunday morning, following […]

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