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Real Estate

De Castro, Villar at CREBA meet

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Vice President Noli “Kabayan” de Castro and Senate President Manuel Villar will grace the Chamber of Real Estate and Builders Associations (CREBA) Inc. national convention at the Subic Bay Exhibition and Convention Center, Subic Free Port, Zambales on Oct. 24-25.

This was announced by CREBA National President Reghis Romero II and overall convention chairman Angel Vivas Jr. The convention theme is “Managing Land and Environment for Today’s Communities: Best Practices and Success Stories.”

On Oct. 24, De Castro will be the guest of honor and speaker after the land use forum on “Balancing Land Use for Food, Shelter and Environment.” De Castro is chairman of the government’s Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) which oversees housing development in the country.

Villar will be the special guest at the convention’s gala night program to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Council of Leaders of CREBA. Villar has long been supporting CREBA as the country’s leading real estate and housing industry organization.

Convention sponsors are Boysen Paint, MB Villar Group of Companies, Durawood Construction & Lumber Supply, Moldex Group of Companies, R-II Builders Inc., Prime Estate Ventures, Inc., Harbour Centre, Sta. Lucia Realty Development Inc., Prime Peak Properties Inc., BPI Family Savings Bank, Manila Water Company Inc. and Hausland Development Corporation.

CREBA is inviting all builders, professionals and other sectors to join the convention. Please contact the CREBA secretariat at 373-2270 to 75 or email: [email protected].

ANGEL VIVAS JR. THE

BALANCING LAND USE

BEST PRACTICES AND SUCCESS STORIES

BOYSEN PAINT

BUILDERS INC

CASTRO AND SENATE PRESIDENT MANUEL VILLAR

CHAMBER OF REAL ESTATE AND BUILDERS ASSOCIATIONS

CONVENTION

COUNCIL OF LEADERS

DE CASTRO

DURAWOOD CONSTRUCTION

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