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Cebu is ‘second home’ for US Pinoys


Cebu City, Cebu – Capitalizing on the promotion of Cebu as a “second home” destination, a 48-men delegation from Cebu announced it recently conducted a 15-day sales mission to the United States encouraging Filipinos there to buy properties in Cebu.The group of licensed brokers and sales agents visited five key cities in the U.S.-New Orleans, Los Angeles, New Jersey, New York, and San Francisco ...


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