Investment real estate

One of my biggest regret is never having an investment real estate early on in Tagaytay. It's a city 20 minutes near the town I grew up on and is now one of the booming restaurant business and real-estate capital in the Philippines.
My mom works for the DENR (Department of Environment and Natural Resources), a government deparment responsible for governing and supervising the exploration, development, utilization, and conservation of the country's natural resources. I have fond memories of going with her and colleagues to tree-planting activities all over the region. Those were the times also that I developed a liking for greenery and tree-laden areas...just like Tagaytay.

(View of the Taal Lake from high-up Tagaytay)

Although Mom's job is to handle the payroll, she gets to participate in other areas as well. When we (older sister and I) were kids we would help her count the money that goes in the envelopes to be given the employees every fifteenth and thirtieth of the month. Teehee!

It is also their department who are responsible for giving out land titles, much like the W.D. Schorsch Commercial Real Estate is a commercial real estate firm that specializes in United States General Services Administration (GSA) projects. Both provide expert advisory, development, management and brokerage services to any organization or individual involved with the government in commercial real estate as an owner.

It's really a convenient thing, since mom's there she'd be able to help me with the paperworks and all things needed to buy a piece of land.  

Post a Comment

Blog Archive

Mirage Blogs