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MyProperty.ph is the most comprehensive source of real estate information wherein property owners and seekers will interact online in the most convenient way possible.
MyProperty.ph is the most comprehensive source of real estate information wherein property owners and seekers will interact online in the most convenient way possible.

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Have you ever wondered what kind of neighbors you will end up living next to if you live in a condo?
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Living in one of these residential condos is the first step toward a flourishing career in Next Wave Cities.
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This weekend, why not turn off the TV and put down your gaming consoles? Even in less than perfect weather, you can whisk your family away to any of these indoor play spaces to keep your health in check while having loads of fun.

Remember: November is Children's Month!
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Dubbed as the country’s first medical mall, Centuria Medical Makati aims to give a world-class experience to both local and foreign patients.
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Whether you wish to live in a bungalow in Pampanga or a townhouse in Cebu, you can look forward to the rise of the many subdivision and gated community developments by some of the country’s top real estate brands.
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You are being charged association dues every month, but do you know exactly what they are for?
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Living with a roommate is sometimes easier said than done. We hope these tips will make your living arrangement easier to handle as time passes.
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Whether you need a place for poring over books or relaxing after a long day at school, these coffee shops have something different to offer.
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Despite not being a Filipino tradition, trick-or-treating—kids putting on costumes and going door-to-door asking for candy—has become a popular event in the country.
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