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FarmOn Updates on Covid-19 Impact: Investments and Withdrawals Status

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FarmOn sent an update to its investors on Covid19 impact to operations. Investments are still in place and will be honored but withdrawals will be stopped for now. We think FarmOn needs time and liquidity, and mass withdrawals will be more harmful to its recovery chances. Caveat.

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What is FarmOn 2.0? Other Updates as FarmOn Opens Cycle 22

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We have manageable investments in FarmOn since 2017 and so far so good. In case you missed it, we’re actually compiling the historical returns we received from FarmOn, so if you’re also curious about FarmOn, I suggest you bookmark the following link: Updated and Historical FarmOn ROI We will update above page as and when…
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4 Reasons Why Davao is Ready for Investment

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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 approved for the first two quarters of the year 2018. This proves that Davao is ready as the next destination for investments reinforced by Republic…
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Baguio and Bulacan: Top Picks for Northern Living

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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 the perfect combination of the two. If you are looking for a touch of nature and greeneries but couldn’t give up the excitement of city…
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Is It Worth It? 5 Things We Learned About Real Estate Hunting

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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.

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Investing in Farmland with CLOA Title

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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).

Step By Step Guide on Land Title Transfer in the Philippines

Step By Step Guide on Land Title Transfer in the Philippines

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Wrote the posts based on my personal experience when I solely handled the title transfer of the house and lot we bought way back then. I have observed that many still inquire about the steps, requirements among other things, maybe because Pinoys prefer to do this processing on their own, instead of outsourcing it to brokers, agents etc whose actual day job is to transfer titles.

Ask Geri: Where to Buy Piglets and How Much?

Mini Piggery Venture: SOLD!

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Personally, I’m not yet closing my doors to this piggery venture, as long as I / we can correct the previous projections, and improve on the whole process. There were lots of learnings along the way.

Piglets, Price and Profit: Start-up Piggery Business

Piglets, Price and Profit: Start-up Piggery Business

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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.

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