1st Quarter Top Seller for 2014, Ms. Laura Macasieb (middle), strikes a Superman/ Winner pose as she is awarded with a plaque of recognition by NLI VP for Sales and Marketing, Mr. Raniel Castillo, (left) and Executive Vice President, Mr. Ferdinand Macabanti, (right). Living up to the “SOAR in 2014” shoutout, NorthPine Land Inc. (NLI), one of the country’s trusted real estate developers, recently held its First Quarter Sales Awards to commend its top sellers. The event proved to be a fun night for the entire NLI family with a Superman theme and loads of...Read More
NLI and brokers heads lead the ceremonial toasting. NorthPine Land Inc. (NLI), one of the country’s trusted real estate developers, recently held its Annual Sales Awards for at the Oasis Manila in San Juan City. The occasion recognized the top sellers for 2013 and those from the Fourth Quarter. The celebration was in line with the “WIN in 2013” banner theme, hence the Olympics-inspired victory party. “People who work hard and produce satisfying results inspire others to do and achieve as much. At NLI, people are serious achievers, competitive, and...Read More
Mr. Ferdinand Macabanti, NLI’s EVP, led the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the opening of the Information Center. NorthPine Land Inc. (NLI) recently opened its Information Center in Dasmariñas, Cavite. The building stands at the corner of NIA Road and Governors’ Drive where it can easily be located and visited by the public. The place is also near Greenwoods and Kohana Grove which are two of the four residential communities in the South by the said developer. The building boasts a simple, yet modern architectural design, this is much like the careful execution...Read More
Whether you are still abroad working hard or you already plan to come home, securing a comfortable retirement is one of the most important lifetime achievements you need to invest in. It is not only because your family no longer has to support you when you grow old. It is also simply because you deserve it Kababayan! And what is a more comfortable retirement for an OFW but to come home to a house that you can definitely call your own?
OFWs sacrifice a lot when they go to another country to support their families in the Philippines. You live in a foreign land, do all sorts...