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PRESS RELEASE Paving the way for future professionals

Photo above shows (L-R): Myla Miranda-Cammayo (Sr. Mngr 2 for Marketing and Corporate Communications), Amytis Banaag (AVP for HRODA, Sales Training and Corporate Sales), and Ms. Romalie Ocampo (AMA San Fernando Instructor and Practicum Adviser) 
Influencing future leaders and fledgling professionals to be effective and competitive in their chosen careers is a duty NorthPine Land, Inc. (NLI) is keen on fulfilling. That said, the premier property developer launched a Career Talk program targeting graduating students from select campuses.
The real estate developer visited AMA for...

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PRESS RELEASE Your dream house is just a swipe away!

Yet another exciting news was recently shared by one of the country’s trusted real estate developers, NorthPine Land, Inc. (NLI). Launched during the 2016 Kickoff, the NorthPine Land Mobile App was delightfully and eagerly embraced by NLI partners including its employees and Sellers’ Network.
Being one of the very few real estate developers in the country with a mobile app, NLI is proud to have developed a digital sales kit that will not only benefit its sellers but also the middle-income market.
“Aside from serving as an efficient selling tool for our sales force, our dear clients...

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PRESS RELEASE: Heroes will rise this 2016 NorthPine Land celebrates Sales Kickoff

To gear up for 2016 and advance as one of the trusted players in the real estate industry, NorthPine Land, Inc. (NLI) recently held its Sales Kickoff at Kahaya Place in Dasmariñas, Cavite with its entire Sales Network.

Themed Greek Mythology, the first event of the year for NLI highlighted the abilities possessed by the gods and heroes of ancient Greece as inspirations to perform better. The battlecry, “TEAM 2016”, centered on a whole new level of teamwork expected from the entire NLI workforce.  
NLI Leadership Team spearheaded by President Alan Cruz.
Venturing to touch...

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PRESS RELEASE At Kahaya Place, a Pinoy’s dream is nurtured into reality

The average Filipino envisions a better future for his family—that much is true. This future he dreams of typically involves three things: a successful career, a happy household and a place he can proudly call his own.Often, we put emphasis on the last element of this dream. A property under our name is, after all, a monument of our life’s work. It is the embodiment of the countless hours we have spent working day in and day out. When we visualize this part of the dream, we do not just see a four-walled structure with a roof that will cover our heads once it rains.
When we picture it, we...

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