Real Estate

Dear Ka-TGFI

I’m always curious why some of the richest billionaires always recommend real estate investing as a form of achieving better return potential. Dalawa lang lagi ang pinagkukumpara when it comes to the ’best investment’, either you invest in the stock market or you buy a property and let it grow through the years. The thing with stock market investing is that you can see the fluctuation of the stocks you hold if you get to see you portfolio on a daily basis. But with real estate investing, it is more of a buy and hold then earn so much through the price appreciation of the property you have or at least have it rented.

Let me tell you a story. Janica is a good friend of mine that I met when I was still an OFW in Singapore. Noong simula pa lang, lagi na niyang nababanggit sa akin that she’s been investing her income into real estate properties, despite being the breadwinner of her family. She consistently allocates her monthly dues on her real estate investments kahit hirap na hirap siyang i-manage ang kanyang finances, but she kept on doing it para ma-sustain niya ang dream niya to have real estate properties that will make money for her regularly.

Fast forward after 3 years na pagkauwi niya sa Pinas, I checked on her and nagulat ako sa binalita niya. She started turning some of her rented properties into dorm types which means that a 15sqm room can accommodate at least 2-3 dorm renters. Here’s the good part, she rented multiple properties and turned that into a 500 beds capacity. In short, if she’s earning a conservative rental rate of P3000 per head multiplied by 500 beds then that’s a clean P1.5M of monthly income. Sabihin na lang natin na half of that gross monthly income went to her operational expenses so that’s still around P750K of monthly net income or at least P9M yearly income. Ito ang kapalit ng lahat ng sakripisyo ni Janica, and that turned out to be a rewarding career for her.

As of today, Janica is not just into dorm type of business anymore, she’s also part of a group that used to own at least 2 hotels located in Metro Manila and 2 more upcoming real estate projects. We all know that real estate can be a lucrative form of passive income, but did you know that owning a multi-million pesos worth of real estate property without an initial capital can now be a possibility? Totoo yun! But the question is, who’s willing to help you to do it the right and proper way?

Here is the good news for you, ka-TGFI! We have gathered in this online course the best real estate coaches in the country today to teach you how you can be profitable in this field.


►You need to already have a lot of money. Although it’s true that you need money to play in the game of investing real estate, you don’t need millions or even hundreds of thousands of pesos to get started.

►Real Estate Investing isn’t worth it unless you buy can a large property. Many investors started with real estate investing with small, less costly properties. Bigger and more expensive properties typically come many years down the road.

►It’s quick and easy. One of the biggest attractions to real estate—and one of the biggest myths—is the lure of making fast and easy money. It is true that real estate investing can generate more money faster than just about anything else. Some jump in and see great success quickly.

►You have to be old enough. You don’t have to be a certain age to get into real estate. You can start at any age—and the earlier the better. No matter how old you are, there is a way you can get involved.

►No matter what, I’m going to lose money in the beginning. Real estate is just too risky. Yes, there’s risk to real estate. But real estate, unlike stocks or gold prices, is well within your control. You’re not blindly hoping things will go well and hoping for a good year. Yes, some things aren’t in your control. But you have active agency in your investments, where they are, and the decisions you make.

►You need to be lucky to make big money. A little bit of luck is always welcome of course, but the key to making money with real estate investing is to do your homework and find the right property in the right location

►After you own several properties, you can enjoy sitting back while the profits roll in. Wrong! Managing rental properties and doing it well takes time and resourcefulness. There are no shortcuts, especially if you want to avoid unpleasant surprises and make the most of your properties.

►You Need to Be a Licensed Real Estate Agent Prior to Becoming a Real Estate Investor. Being a real estate agent does not mean that you will become a real estate investor one day. Moreover, you do not need to be a real estate agent in order to become a housing investor. You do not need to be licensed in order to start investing in real estate.


Here’s what to expect when you enroll for this course:

  • Discover various opportunities in the Philippine real estate industry.
  • Learn the tips & tricks on how you can start and succeed in real estate investing.
  • Realize what’s inside the mind of a real estate entrepreneur.
  • Get to know how you can earn passive income in real estate.

In addition, enrolling for this course will give you an advantage! For you will learn from the roster of experts who have succeeded in the real estate industry.


Larry Gamboa – The author of Think Rich, Pinoy! and the Founder of Thin Rich Pinoy Mastery Academy. He teaches entrepreneurs and start-ups, how to better position, package and promote themselves, so they get paid more as mavens with “how to” information and advice on Real Estate Investing. The past 6 years, Dr. Larry Gamboa sold more than 40,000 Think Rich Pinoy Books, ran 24 One-Day Think Rich Pinoy Wealth Seminars reaching out to more than 1000 people nationwide and to more than 10,000 global Pinoys through the Think Rich Pinoy Membership site.

Centro Mavens – was founded in 2015 with a mission to build hotels and rental apartments and manage it to secure a desired passive income. Centro Mavens means “center of experts.” Four of real estate experts came up with an idea to create and build business which also aims to help others not only to earn but also to learn from real estate investing.

Dr. Ruth Ang – After her medical degree in UST, she jumped straight into Entrepreneurship by managing condo rental & dorm, their family’s retail store and turning around distressed business to sell for a profit. She took up Master in Entrepreneurship in Ateneo Graduate School of Business and Venture into Entreprenuership in AIM.

Maves Angeles – Came from the slum area, took her Master in Business Administration , entered the business of real estate buy, build, and sell properties now the President of CentroMavens Corporation.

Nica Masilang – Board Topnotcher in Real Estate Appraiser, a Former OFW turned to be Bedspace business owner in Makati, The Fort and Mandaluyong, She built her real estate businesses while abroad.

Jay Castillo – Owner and founder of http://www.foreclosurephilippines.com, a trustworthy and authority website and resource for foreclosed property listings, public auction schedules, and real estate investing tips in the Philippines. Reviewed for and passed the November 2007 Real Estate Brokers Exam which was still under the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) back then. His goal here is to make investing in real estate in the Philippines a bit easier for fellow real estate investors out there. At the very least I want to help make it easier for people to find all available listings of foreclosed properties out there.

DJ Dimaliuat – He is currently the President of DRIVEN Marketing Group Inc., one of the biggest real estate marketing company in the Philippines which he, together with his partners, established since 2010 when he was at the age of 23. DJ started helping out at our family water station business at age 15, without pay. He helped my parents during weekends and sometimes after school, particularly in production and delivery operations. DJ learned the value of working for our company’s growth and developed passion doing it. This started his entrepreneurial spirit.

Noli Alleje – Noli, known in the real estate industry as “El Subastahero”, heads The Property Forum Philippines and is the #1 auctioneer in the country today. Noli pioneered the auction sales system in the country and has bid out over 4,000 real estate assets worth more that P8 billion all over the Philippines. Noli started investing in small foreclosed properties back in 1999 when the foreclosed assets department of the banks were still in the basement, considered an admin function of maintenance and security.

Lubar Delos Reyes – It wasn’t Lubar de los Reyes’ first time to sell property in 2007 when he joined Sulit and started posting real estate ads. Before that, he helped his brother in a construction business and then worked in Texas, U.S.A. as a contractor for home repairs and painting jobs, catering mostly to Filipinos. He trained as a seller in different developers and continued selling property exclusively online. According to him, some real estate brokers still prefer the traditional way—which is placing ads in newspapers and handing out flyers in malls and other crowded places. But he found that selling property online yielded quality buyers. He is currently the President/CEO at DRIVEN Marketing Group Inc.

Carl Dy – he is a REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT graduate of the Harvard Business School and is the president of Spectrum Investments, a property portfolio management company. He is an author of 2 books on property and goes around the globe inspiring and teaching Filipinos how to manage their finances and invest in property. He has been featured in ANC, Inquirer, Entrepreneur, CNN, Yahoo, Asian Dragon, Money Sense, and other publications.

Archt. Sheryll Medina-Pura – An ex-OFW in Singapore. A licensed Architect by profession, she practiced more interior architecture design for hotel projects such as Ritz Carlton, Sheraton, Conrad, Resorts World, among others.


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