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Philippine's Best Conveyancing Lawyers and Law Firms

by Buildeee Team
Conveyancing might be a new word for some, especially those first-time home buyers. In this article, we are going to find out how important conveyancing is in real estate. And the list of the best conveyancing lawyers and law firms in the country.
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3 weeks ago
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Property Trends 2022

by Buildeee Team
Philippine Real Estate has a huge contribution to our Economy. It plays a vital role in the Philippine Market as well. After two consecutive years of economic depression due to lockdowns brought by the Pandemic, let's find out the status of real estate and the latest trends in the Property Market.
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1 month ago
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Megaworld Corporation: The Best of Nature

by Buildeee
As we welcome brand new year, goals and plans must be penciled and set out. If there is one thing that is sure to top your 2021 target list, it could be to find that satisfying investment that could bring a soaring start to your new year. Last year may have changed, but one factor will stay constant when it comes to property investment: location can dictate the success of your investment
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10 months ago
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Parking Lifts as Car parks Solutions

by Buildeee
The percentages of Filipinos owning a vehicle are spiking every year, as the Millennials, aging from 18-35, are now investing in assets that last long, such as cars. As it up-surging, parking problems are starting to occur in every establishment.
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4 months ago
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UST's Main Building

by Buildeee
3 months ago
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Baluarte de San Diego

by Buildeee
4 months ago
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Lunar Architecture

by Buildeee
2 years ago
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Fort Santiago

by Buildeee
2 years ago
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Church Architecture in the Philippines: Unfolding the History

by Buildeee
The first churches in the Philippines were constructed of flimsy, temporary materials such as nipa, bamboo, or wood, but the Spaniards started to build churches, houses, and fortifications in stone with the discovery of volcanic tuff quarries. In general, the majority of Philippine colonial churches were constructed of adobe, coral stone, or brick. The churches grew exponentially in size with these powerful building materials, and in times of raids or natural calamities, it became a sanctuary for the people in town.
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4 months ago

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