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    Told by coworkers that a house is a ‘dead investment’, guy still builds dad’s dream house

    MANILA, Philippines – He is often told by coworkers that building a house is a ‘dead investment’ because he’ll receive no ROI, but one guy ignored them to build the house his father had always dreamed of. And the best ROI he received? The smiles on his parents’ faces as they saw the fulfillment of their dreams!
    Told by coworkers that a house is a ‘dead investment’, guy still builds dad’s dream house

    Working as Property Specialist at Avida Land Corp., RanDy N. Oliverio put his earnings into building his dad’s dream house.

    Told by coworkers that a house is a ‘dead investment’, guy still builds dad’s dream house
    Photo credit: RanDy N. Oliverio / Facebook

    “5 years ago, sinabi ko sa sarili ko na "eto na ang huling beses na makikita ko yung bahay namin na maraming tapal dahil sa butas"..😅 kaya ayon, pinagsikapan at lahat halos ng pera na kinita eh nasa poste at pader ng bahay,” Oliverio shared on Facebook.

    “Kaya pag tinatanong ako ng iba kng ka work kng ano ang mga na invest ko, sagot ko ay pinagawa ko yung bahay namin sa province. at kadalasan nilang sagot ay "naku! Dead investment yan dapat nag business ka" which is true naman talaga. Dapat passive income ang mindset kasi para kang nag baon ng pera sa lupa dahil walang ROI.”

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    He knew, of course, that his coworkers were right; however, he also knew that his father had always longed for a better home for the family. Back when he was still young, he often saw his father making drawings of his dream home, one with a second floor and terrace.

    “God is Good talaga. Sino ang mag aakala na ang mga biruan lang namin nuon na pangarap na magkaroon ng bahay na 2nd floor na my terrace ay magiging totoo. Yung pangarap na bahay na sa papel ko lang dati nakikita ay hindi na drawing. Yung tipong kahit my bagyo hindi na ako mag woworry na maraming tulo yung bahay namin., baka basa na sila sa loob ng bahay.. baka bumagsak yung bubungan dahil marupok na…” he added.

    “It's true hindi passive income ang bahay at maraming nag sasabing dead investment. Pero ang makita ko ang magulang ko na masaya at maayos ang kalagayan ay higit pa sa ROI ang nakuha ko. Bago man lang ako mag settle kasi ako nalang single saming magakakapatid🤣 at least panatag ang loob ko sa kanila😊.”


    Told by coworkers that a house is a ‘dead investment’, guy still builds dad’s dream house
    Photo credit: RanDy N. Oliverio / Facebook

    Oliverio would also share how he heard a successful person tell of his life story. This person has now attained much success in life, but his parents are already dead. Knowing he could already afford the finer things in life, this person said he would have gotten his parents their dream home, bought them everything they wanted, and given them all the food they had never tried before.

    But this person’s parents were not able to see his success in life. With that in mind, Oliverio found motivation in working hard to build his dad’s dream house – and he was able to do it after 5 years!

    “Gusto ko ibigay sa magulang ko yung gusto nilang pagkain na kaya pa nila lasahan at nguyain dahil hindi pa bawal.. gusto ko rin mapuntahan nila yung ibang lugar na kaya pa nilang e enjoy habang naglalakad.. at gusto ko ma enjoy nila yung akyat baba ng 2nd floor ng bahay na pangarap nila na hindi pa sumasakit ang tuhod,” Oliverio explained.

    “Yun ang mga bagay na hindi nila na naranasan noon dahil di afford na gusto ko ma experience nila bago ang takip silim ng buhay nila. Iba rin pala pag pamilya or magulang mo ang naging inspirasyon mo kasi binibigay tLaga ni Lord 👼”

    Congratulations on your new home, Sir!

    — Joy Adalia, The Summit Express

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