Houses for Sale: Eastborough Place in San Isidro, Angono, Rizal Province

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Are you looking for a property near Antipolo City? Looking for a great view of Metro Manila and Laguna de Bay?


The Park @ Eastborough Place Real Estate Property

Eastborough Place is the right home for you! It is an escape from a stressful work in Metro Manila. It gives you a 365 days of vacation by viewing the Laguna de bay and enjoying the whole day cool breeze around the area. While a gazing the stars at night with your family.

Options to customize inside the unit is one of our priority. You can decide what color of tiles, and partitions inside your unit.

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Eastborough Place is one of the most affordable property in Angono, Rizal or nearest property in Antipolo Area. At the starting price of PhP2,400,000 you can own a property that is single attached and single detached houses with bigger lot areas from 170 square meters to 500 square meters. One of the prime properties that best fits for your investment.

Eastborough Place in Angono is a new real estate development by DATEM Homes in Rizal Province.

Should you be interested? kindly fill-up the form below for inquiries.



Who I am and why I am here today?

Hi! I am Ryan Bonn Duadua, a registered license Real Estate Broker from Philippines. I got my license last year 2012. But before I’ve became a real estate broker, I am in Chemical Engineering practice and I used to be a quality control inspector in a manufacturing firm for almost 3 years in City of Davao. Davao is a very livable place but I have to leave the city for a certain reason…… I decided to live in Pasig City and got married last 2005 and got my first job as an encoder but it’s just for only 4 months….. Opportunity comes in, I got hired in Technological Institute of the Philippines in Manila as a Chemistry and Physics Laboratory personnel. I continue my practice in chemical engineering in this institution for 6 years.

I have so many ups and downs in my life. But still I remember one of my mentors told me, “If you don’t like it, then get out of that mesh, and follow your passion, because your passion makes you the best in the future – Francis Lao”. FAILURES come in but I take it as learning and continue what I want to do in life.

Until year 2010, I got interested in real estate selling and investing, and that’s the beginning of my real estate career last April 2012. It’s been more than 3 years of my career as a real estate broker and a blogger. Blogging is a great help for me especially in my profession and a very young real estate broker in terms of experience, as my platform in selling and promoting real estate properties. I used it as my LEAD GENERATION and my personal branding as well. I also found my blogs very successful throughout the year because I learn to socialize, sharing knowledge, helping with other bloggers instead of just sitting right at the corner doing nothing.

I also teach online marketing, lead generation and basic social media advertising in a small group.

Six months from now, hope I will find more bloggers like me that have very interesting topics in their blogs.

Five years from now, I really hope that I could help more people and real estate developers selling and promoting their properties online as one of the backbone of our economic development in Philippines.

Hopefully, while focusing in my career, I could establish my very own online marketing platform.

If you want to know me more, just click on the “ABOUT THE AUTHOR” on the left side of my blog site.

Hope we could have a great business together. GOD BLESS!!




Are you a former natural-born Filipino? Are you looking for a land, a house and lot and a land for investment here in Philippines?


Please be guided by the facts on how to own a land in Philippines for former Filipino citizens.

Former natural-born Filipinos can own property in the Philippines, subject to limitations prescribed by Philippine Republic Act 8179  and Batas Pambansa 185. Both laws may define former Filipinos as citizens of the Philippines from birth without having to perform any act to acquire or perfect their Philippine citizenship, who lost said Philippine citizenship, and who have the legal capacity to enter into a contract under Philippine laws. One of the governing law that provides this privilege is the Dual Citizenship Act, he may nonetheless own land but limited to the following according to Batas Pambansa 185 and Republic Act 8179.

BATAS PAMBANSA 185: A former natural-born Filipinos can acquire, for residential purposes. A person may acquire not more than two (2) lots which should be situated in different municipalities or cities anywhere in the Philippines, provided that the total area of these lots do not exceed,

  1. Maximum of 1,000 sq. meters for urban land.
  2. Maximum of one (1) hectare for rural land.

REPUBLIC ACT 7042 (As amended by RA 8179): A former natural-born Filipinos can acquire, for business purposes. A person may acquire not more than two (2) lots which should be situated in different municipalities or cities anywhere in the Philippines, provided that the total area of these lots do not exceed,

  1. Maximum of 5,000 sq. meters for urban land.
  2. Maximum of three (3) hectares for rural land.

In Section 5 of Rule XII specifically states that “the land should be primarily, directly, and actually used in the performance or conduct of the owner’s business or commercial activities in the broad areas of agriculture, industry and services including the lease of land, but excluding the buying and selling thereof”.

In case a former natural-born Filipino already owns urban or rural lands for residential purposes, may acquire additional urban or rural lands, which when added to and shall not exceed the authorized maximum area.

Any former natural-born Filipino with residential land under BP 185 may still avail the privilege granted under RA 8179 under Section 4 of Rule XII of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of RA 7042 as amended by RA 8179, a transferee who has already acquired urban land shall be disqualified from acquiring rural land and vice versa. However, if the transferee has disposed of his/her urban land, he/she may still acquire rural land and vice versa, provided that this will be used for business.

Note: For more information, please visit the Philippine Embassy near you for guidance and application for Dual Citizenship.