Statistics from the PSA (Philippine Statistics Authority showed a total of 381.5 billion pesos was registered by the region of Davao when it comes to foreign investments that were all […]
A harmonious blend of a peaceful suburban lifestyle and the convenience of city life is hard to find. But cities north of Metro Manila, particularly Bulacan and Baguio City, are […]
Investing in real estate property for possible rental income can be rewarding, and there is a big market out there. It has its own share of responsibilities and headaches too, though. It is not for someone looking a quick bang for the buck, it will not be quick ROI.
For the charitable-Ilocana* and I, investing in a farm land is way beyond our investment appetite given the large capital outlay, it is pretty much a leap of faith. Way outside our comfort zone, but we had to jump, to start fulfilling our field-of-dreams (literally).
Say a grown pig averages 90kg upon sale. Trade price as of this writing is at Php120 per kilo of live pig. Per kilo of pork meat (essentially a dead sliced pig) is higher given the mark-ups (butchering plus transportation costs, and less the weight of inedible parts). Anyway, if you sell a pig of 90kg at Php120 per kilo, that translates to Php10,800 gross sale. Less investment cost of Php7,765, net income is Php3,035.