Sunday, December 14, 2008

New Zealand Property - Best Time to Buy

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New Zealand is truly a beautiful country and the NZD currency weakness makes this a great time to buy. The investment incentives are also very attractive. We are taking advanced orders on this ebook now, and we can send you a final edition upon the moment its a 45-page eBook and growing as I learn more.
Property is all about timing. At this time in the cycle the vendor is paying for the agent, but the agent works for you. What could be more profitable. And its a currency trade and a holiday in paradise as well. Is there a better tax deduction. Capital gains tax free, no stamp duty, GST free.

Monday, August 25, 2008

Fantastic View of Philippine Countryside

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This could be yours. How? Well it's not easy. Takes a lot of hard work and of course, some knowledge on how to purchase Philippine Properties.

BUYING PHILIPPINES PROPERTY 2008 (Insights from a Strategic Analyst)

Table of Contents

Volume 1 (Part A)
The Philippines - land of promise
Philippine Politics
The Legal Framework
Important Concepts of Property Rights
History of Philippines Land Administration
Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP)
The NEW Land Administration Framework
Land Title Issues
Transfer of Property Ownership
Tenancy Regulation
Specific Land Regulation Issues

Volume 2 (Part B)

The Property Markte
Types of Property
Contrarian Opportunities
Tourism Opportunities
Farming Opportunities
When & Where to Buy
Understanding Philippine Property
Foreigners & Philippine Property
Marital & Visa Status in the Philippines
The Foreclosed Property Market
Finding Help with Your Property Purchase
Financing Your Property Purchase
Planning Your Purchase
Meeting the Seller
Securing the Property
Taking Possession of Your Property
Building a Home in the Philippines
Refurbishing a Property
Strategies for Buying Property
General Lifestyle Guide
Our Property Search Experience
Examples of Property Transactions
Useful Resources for Property Investors
Standard Contracts

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Thriving Small Business - Making money with Soap!

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The soap industry in the Philippines has turned around the last few years due to the increasing concern for natural skin care and heightened demand for environmentally-safe products.

The following points are the top reasons why many Filipinos are now into the handmade soap business:

1. Increased cost of branded soaps driven by high inflation in Philippines

2. Government promotes soap making and the use of virgin coconut oil products (Philippines is the largest exporter of virgin coconut oil). There are now government-led training seminars of livelihood projects such as soap making.

3. Environmental wave – many countries are now pressured to promote natural ingredients.

Friday, August 22, 2008

Buying Property In Philippines, Insights from a critical analyst

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Are you interested in owning your own piece of paradise?

BUYING PHILIPPINES PROPERTY (Insights of a Strategic Analyst)

NOW AVAILABLE in 2 Volumes for only $19.95!

This eBook comprises over 320 pages of insights, critical analysis, strategies and facts on the Philippines property market. If you thought looking for property on the internet was the way to look for property - think again. It makes sense in the West, but not in the Philippines. This country is different.
Learn why the Philippines is the most promising property investment destination in SE Asia. The Philippines has been talked about for years - Find out why this place is showing signs of becoming an Asian tiger. The signs are there for everyone to see. We will first take you through the progress made with economic and administrative reform, and then provide you with the strategy to find the best properties without paying too much.

This eBook is recommended to foreigners, expat Filipinos abroad and Filipino real estate investors in Philippines. Foreigners are often told that they can't buy property. Nonsense! Most can't that is true, but even still, why is that necessary? The issue is how can you 'control' the property your purchase. There is a good chance that a banks owns your property, but who controls it? Find out how to control your slice of property in the Philippines! We have two different techniques for you.

If you still have concerns and apprehensions in buying property, we can provide assistance.

Please email

Monday, August 18, 2008

How to Make Soap in the Philippines

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Currently there is a sweeping trend in purchasing handmade soaps in Philippines. This is a big business opportunity at low capital investment. Best of all, you do not need high level technical knowledge to start this backyard business. Learn what you need to know for only Php 500.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Interested in the exotic Philippines?

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Why do foreigners keep going back to Philippines and even decide to live there?

I have seen so many foreigners own huge vast of lands (even hills and mountains) in the Philippine Islands -- what they regard as the Orient Paradise.

If you'd like to purchase properties in Philippines, read this!

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

The Japanese Foreclosed Property market

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The global economy is recoiling from one of the longest property booms in history. According to Andrew Sheldon “Japan started recovering from the worst property bear markets in history at around the same time the USA entered its bear market”. Rural property prices in Japan are in their 16th straight year of falling in the wake of the 1980s economic bubble. Since then Japanese banks have been slowly unwinding their bad debt exposures. It was only in recent years that the largest cities in Japan have been recording strong property price gains, particularly in the CBD of the major Japanese cities”.

In the three biggest urban regions, residential land prices rose 4.3% while commercial prices surged 10.4%. In Tokyo-23 wards, the average residential land prices rose 10.4%, slightly slower than the 11.4% in 2006. Prices in rural areas dropped for the 16th straight year, though the pace has fallen to just 1.8% for residential land and 1.4% for commercial land. Again we need to consider the disparity in land prices between regions, and the positive impact that higher food prices could have on land prices in rural areas in future. The increase in land prices does however suggest that asset price inflation has returned to Japan.

It seems paradoxical that around the same time the United States is learning the errors of boom-bust cycles that Japan has emerged from its 1990 bust. Unsurprisingly after such a protracted collapse in prices few Japanese are willing to buy property, but they will eventually understand the benefits of counter-cyclical investing. The Japanese are facing the same trepidation that Americans felt after 2000 property slump. At the time US mortgagees are selling Japanese investors should be buying.

Quite apart from the fact that Japanese property prices are cheap is the news that investors or home buyers can buy property at steep discounts to market prices. For a number of years now the Japanese court system has been administering the sale of the foreclosed property through a tender system. The process has taken 18 years because the government was sympathetic to the needs of stressed mortgagees, and quite simply there were just not enough buyers to absorb all the properties being placed on the markets. That was the extent of the Japanese exuberance.

Of particular interest to foreigners is the fact that there are no restrictions on foreigners buying property in Japan. Given the weakness in the Japanese economy one would expect the Japanese government to welcome foreign investment. The bulk of foreign buyers already live in Japan, often with Japanese wives or businesses there. Certainly a mortgagee is unlikely to be able to get a loan unless they can they have a local job or existing assets in Japan. The situation is likely to be different for prospective buyers who can establish a relationship through the private banking division of a local bank. The attraction is the very low interest rates available in Japan.

The Japanese property market has its opportunities and challenges. There is however support for serious buyers, whether its online search engines for the national foreclosed market or local English speaking brokers able to negotiate the sale process for prospective buyers.

Click here to Learn how to buy Japanese Foreclosed Property.

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How do you make money from Mining Stocks?

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A lot of novice investors stay away from mining stocks based on the perception that mining stocks are volatile which indicates higher risk. But as you know, the higher the risk, the greater the return.

The question is, how can you make sure you invested in the right mining stock?

When is it time to sell and when is it time to buy?

Find out soon! Mining Stocks Fundamentals Ebook on

Saturday, March 1, 2008

Great Returns on Real Estate Investment

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Now – finally – the Japanese are starting to buy real estate once again. Prices are just starting to rise. The bear market is finally over.

The thing that kicked off the bust back in 1990 was the Bank of Japan raising interest rates too fast. (Of course, prices had gotten ridiculous.)

The government will do everything in its power to prevent going back into bust mode. It will NOT get in the way as Japanese house prices start to rise. And it will do everything possible to keep prices from falling.

Therefore, right now, we’re set up for a ridiculous bull market in Japanese real estate. It’s cheap, hated, and the uptrend is just beginning.

--excerpt from Moneyweek

If you're interested to take a closer look at this opportunity to reap it big in Japan Real Estate, click here: How to Buy Property in Japan

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Summary of Contents of Ebook on How to Buy Foreclosed Property in Japan

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Click here to download summary of contents of Ebook on Foreclosed Property in Japan.
Get first hand information on tips,insights, market information and strategies on how to purchase a property in Japan.
To buy ebook, click here.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Ebook For Japan Foreclosed Properties

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Are you aware that you can buy a house & lot in Japan for as little as $10,000. Surprising but true! Japan has a plethora of cheap properties subject to auction by the courts. Some are in rural areas subject to depopulation, but there are plenty of properties in the cities too.

However, one of the top reasons why foreigners find it a huge barrier to invest in Japanese property is their unfamiliarity with the processes of buying property in Japan. This is on top of language barrier and culture barrier that impedes negotiation for better prices.

So how can you buy a property in one of the world's first class nations with minimal capital outlay?

Get tips, knowledge, insights and economic information from ebook on Foreclosed Property in Japan.

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