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  1. FrankDrebin Guest
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    Slow ROI yes indeed but my cousin has 200+ units. The usual problems he encounters are the "Professional" Apartment Peeps, increasing cost of contruction materials, etc.

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by van_wilder
    15,000 per square meter is of good quality na... we can go a little bit lower depending sa style na gusto mo... but we can not go like 10-12k since we dont compromise quality... kung renovation lang... much cheaper...
    thanks for the figure but can you define in detail what entails "good quality"? sorry to sound so ..uh.. unknowledgeable hehe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankDrebin
    Slow ROI yes indeed but my cousin has 200+ units. The usual problems he encounters are the "Professional" Apartment Peeps, increasing cost of contruction materials, etc.
    What do you mean by "Professional" Apartment Peeps?

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    #24
    according to my brother who works at the company which designed the columns, 15k/sq. m. yung the columns

    so that should give an idea of what kind of quality you can get for that price.

  5. FrankDrebin Guest
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7391N
    What do you mean by "Professional" Apartment Peeps?
    If you rent an apartment, it have this 3 months advance payment etc. scheme. So these kind of people used up all its advance payment and enjoyed a few months free while waiting for the apartment owner to evict them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7391N
    thanks for the figure but can you define in detail what entails "good quality"? sorry to sound so ..uh.. unknowledgeable hehe.
    high-quality materials... high-quality craftmanship... the work/job doesnt say anything "cheap" or "compromised"

    in short... hindi siya low-cost housing ang itsura...

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    #27
    to solve these "professionals" 1month - 2weeks pa lang before ng scheduled pag-alis nila dapat warningan mo na sila... and ilagay mo sa contract na dapat may buffer period na dapat vacate nila yun place 1 week before ending ng contract...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankDrebin
    If you rent an apartment, it have this 3 months advance payment etc. scheme. So these kind of people used up all its advance payment and enjoyed a few months free while waiting for the apartment owner to evict them.
    bad trip mga ganitong tao. kaya kelangan talagang ma-screen mga prospective tenants.


    Quote Originally Posted by van_wilder
    high-quality materials... high-quality craftmanship... the work/job doesnt say anything "cheap" or "compromised"

    in short... hindi siya low-cost housing ang itsura...
    baka meron kayong website ng mga finished products?

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    yep! pero di pa tapos yun website... hehehehe... actually si theveed yun gagawa...

    may isa pa kaming company (subsidiary) ito yun link ... http://www.geocities.com/bcfae

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    I think its a good long term investment.

    landlord namin has over 25 units in the same village, each pays approx 8K a month, PDC for 1 year, etc...

    usually naman kung maayos yung landlord maayos din naman tenants. The shorter the required tenure, the larger the chance na bababuyin yung lugar.

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