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Camanga Island

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Price is 60M. All taxes etc on the seller, buyer pays 60M !
Camanga Island is a 30.4 hectares Tax declaration island property.
Its located at Barangay Tara, Municipality of Coron, Busuanga Island, Palawan, Philippines.
White sand beaches, freshwater source, cellphone signal.
The island is own by the same family for 50 years.
3-4hr from Coron Town or 1.15hr from Turda by local banka boat.
Speed boat is 15 min (Turda)

Coron (Busuanga) Airport to Turda is 1hr with van/car. Coron Town to Turda is 1hr with van/car.

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Safari Resort Culion

Price is 260M with a 5% commission, strictly NO mark up. My closest friend Walter, his wifes brother is married to the owners daughter.
Buyer pays 260M, all taxes etc on seller.

Me, Walter and Lloyd have an ATS from the owner Urs. I will attach that also.

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Titling approved, cadastral is done and only awaiting titling papers.

This stunning property has been lovingly cared for by the owners for nearly 30 years. They have embraced the natural beauty of this 151 hectare property by protecting both the land and the marine environments from unsustainable activity. The 82 hectares of timberland is protected from logging, and the coral reef is protect by a 54 hectare Marine Sanctuary, which was set up 20 years ago.

There are not many places in the Philippines that have been environmentally protected so completely, and for so long, let alone a place with such incredible tranquility. The 1,000m of beach is entirely golden sand, and totally private. The two natural springs, which flow all year round

There is flat area for an 800 meter private airstrip also.

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Qui sommes nous ?

Né à Saint-Etienne, j’ai grandi en France, avant de vivre en Allemagne
plus de 10 ans à partir du début des années 2000. Outre-Rhin, j’ai
notamment créé ma société de service qui est devenue, l’actrice majeure
sur son marché. Depuis 2010, j’arrivais à combiner plusieurs mois par
an à vivre à l’étranger, tout en drivant ma société qui produisait
d’excellents résultats.

Malgré tout, j’aspirais à une autre vie, plus ensoleillée et moins
stressante… et j’ai pris la décision de vendre les parts de ma
société pour redémarrer au bout du monde.

Après plus de 50 pays visités ces dernières années, mon choix s’est
arrêté sur l’île de Palawan, que je visitais pour la première fois
en Juin 2011.

Depuis, je me suis installé ici, à Palawan. J’ai pu acquérir une certaine
expérience, aussi bien de la vie quotidienne que
touristique, qu’en terme d’installation et d’investissement.

Et c’est justement tout ce vécu emmagasiné depuis 7 ans que je compte
vous partager sur ces différents sites et sur la page Youtube
palawan.live

J’espère vous donner envie de découvrir ce coin de paradis, et qui
sait si nous n’aurons pas l’occasion dans le futur d’en échanger de
vive voix ici 😉

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Video tour

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced on Wednesday a proposal to delay the effective date of the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule until Oct. 1.

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Real Estate Roundup!

May new home sales gain 2.2% from April

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We’re ready for the TRID rules!

At 5 p.m. EST June 17, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a statement that the effective date for the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) rules would be pushed back to Oct. 1, 2015.

CFPB Director Richard Cordray said in a prepared statement: “The CFPB will be issuing a proposed amendment to delay the effective date of the Know Before You Owe rule until Oct. 1, 2015. We made this decision to correct an administrative error that we just discovered in meeting the requirements under federal law, which would have delayed the effective date of the rule by two weeks. We further believe that the additional time included in the proposed effective date would better accommodate the interests of the many consumers and providers whose families will be busy with the transition to the new school year at that time.”

Rainier Title has been working towards the TRID implementation for over a year and felt prepared for August 1st. However, with the proposed delay we will be taking this opportunity to continue our education and training of TRID. While we believe that we have been proactive and ready for this change, there are still so many unknowns that will have to be addressed at the time of implementation. The industry should still prepare for 45-60 days for transaction to close due to the new timing parameters of the forms.

We’re working hard to be ready for all changes!

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Real Estate Roundup

Active Home-Building Industry Will Lead to More Demand for Warehouse Space

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To Buy or Not to Buy: That Is the Developer’s Question

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