SMDC International Sales Director, Dennis Evangelista with Allan Alvarez on the Filam Community Hour live from Honolulu, Hawaii
From Honolulu, Hawaii! Learn about possible investments with SMDC - the Philippines' premier condominium development near SM Malls and the true modern day abode in Metro Manila or anywhere else where SMDC properties can be found. For more information, contact Allan Alvarez at 1-808-392-8230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
July 10, 2021
How to Buy In to an SMDC Property
Based on a $100,000 SMDC property pre-sale, 20% downpayment is $20,000. Pay just $500 down and you own it. The $19,500 balance can be amortized up to 59 months - estimated $330/month. On the 60th month, the $80,000 balance is due and can be paid in full or financed through bank financing in the Philippines or through a personal loan from your local bank. For more information, please call/txt in the U.S. +18083928230 or email: email@example.com.
March 21, 2021
Legal Remedies in the Time of Covid 19 with Atty. Rhoda Yabes Alvarez
Atty. Rhoda Yabes Alvarez shares her Legal Pinoy Radio Program as she addresses questions such as: How being fired and applying for unemployment benefits might affect your immigration status, what to do if your flight is cancelled due to Covid 19 and your visa expired, how to deal with anxiety and mounting debt and what to do with inherited properties in the Philippines during Covid 19. Tune in!
June 7, 2020
Consul Grace Bulos discusses Absentee Voting for Filipinos Overseas
Consul Grace Bulos of the Philippine Consulate General in Honolulu is welcomed and introduced by Allan Alvarez to the Filipino Community in Hawaii. Consul Grace also discusses the process of voting in the Philippine elections for Filipinos residing outside of the Philippines. Filipino votes overseas have the power to influence Philippine elections, especially in very close tallies. Tune in to learn more!
January 23, 2020
Environmental Protection Agency Takes on Led-Contamination in Kalihi
Interview/announcement with Amanda Pease, US Environmental Protection Agency On Scene Coordinator and Diane Felton, Hawaii State Toxicologist regarding road work along Factory St. where the EPA and DOH will work to remove concrete and led-contaminated soil underneath. Work will begin on Jan. 20, 2020 and continue for 5-7 weeks. Listen and learn how this will affect the area around Factory St. and general information about led-contamination.
January 21, 2020