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PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 10:50 pm 
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Project Name: The BeauFort

Developer: Filinvest Development Corporation

Address: 5th Avenue Corner 23rd Avenue, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig, MM

Description:

* Two Luxury towers rising on 6 podium levels of commercial space
* Overlooking Manila Golf Club, The Fort and Bonifacio High Street
* Rising 42 levels (26 residential and 6 commercial floors)
* Will be finished in 2012

Type of Units:

* 3 Bedroom (148.61 sq.m)
* 2 Bedroom (103.31 sq.m)
* 2 Bedroom Jr. (70.91 sq.m)


For more details:

Sheik Vincent S. Gomoc
Filinvest Alabang Inc - Sales Consultant

Home: (02) 628 3828
Cellphone: (0927) 2394000
E-mail: sheik_gomoc@yahoo.com


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 19, 2008 7:07 am 
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will post a map soon.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 19, 2008 7:12 am 
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Overpriced!!!! These condotels will collapse more than what happened to those of Miami Florida. Sales pitch tells that these are dream living. After a couple of years, when poor maintenance,unavailable running water and molds plague these units, there will be a seller stampede. Buyer beware.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 20, 2008 9:54 am 
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why would the likes of filinvest, ayala corp, megaworld or robinson's build condominiums and not maintain it properly? :? have you been to fort bonifacio and saw the structures yourself?


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 20, 2008 10:32 am 
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Are these condominiums in Fort got their own 'free' parking spaces?


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 20, 2008 11:24 am 
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nordik wrote:
Are these condominiums in Fort got their own 'free' parking spaces?



I can't speak for other developers.. but in our project, yes, each unit is entitled to a parking slot exclusive to the owner.


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rip013 wrote:
why would the likes of filinvest, ayala corp, megaworld or robinson's build condominiums and not maintain it properly? :? have you been to fort bonifacio and saw the structures yourself?


I thought the maintenance and overall upkeep of the building will be turned over to the condominium corporation (the owners). This is where all the problems arise, unless they forged an agreement for the developer to be the property manager as well. Whichever, the owners would still have to pay a substantial amount of condominium fees. I say that a subdivision house and lot is a better investment.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 20, 2008 4:45 pm 
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rip013 wrote:
why would the likes of filinvest, ayala corp, megaworld or robinson's build condominiums and not maintain it properly? :? have you been to fort bonifacio and saw the structures yourself?


I thought the maintenance and overall upkeep of the building will be turned over to the condominium corporation (the owners). This is where all the problems arise, unless they forged an agreement for the developer to be the property manager as well. Whichever, the owners would still have to pay a substantial amount of condominium fees. I say that a subdivision house and lot is a better investment.


Yep, homeowners are the ones who keeps maintenance of the building since a condominium in RP context is shared properties of common areas. My answer was in general form since RoyCalzaghe attacked condominiums generally. As far as investment goes, it always depend on the situation especially on the buyer's perspective.. because if a condo (especially the high end ones) is such a bad investment it wouldn't multiply like mushrooms as it is now in major business districts.


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