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Philippine Housing Fair 2010 slated on October 1-3, 2010 at SM Megamall

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The Philippine Housing Fair 2010 will be held on October 1-3, 2010, 10:00am to 9:00pm, at the SM Mega Trade Hall 2, 5th level, Mega B, SM Megamall, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City, Philippines. I learned about the housing fair through a poster which I saw at Pag-IBIG yesterday, and also through a heads-up from my wife Cherry.


I was a bit surprised when I saw the poster about the housing fair because it turns out that the 5th Philippine housing fair is just a few days away, and yet it seems no information about it can be found online or even on the popular newspapers I regularly read.

I have also been searching for information about the housing fair using Google for over an hour while writing this but I always ended up finding my own articles about last year’s housing fair. Except for this pop-up notice from Pag-IBIG’s website below, and the event schedule at SM Megatrade Hall’s website, I was not able to find any more information about the housing fair.

Housing Fair 2010: Gaganda ang Buhay sa Sariling Bahay (Life will be better at your own home)

This makes me wonder if the housing fair was promoted or marketed at all. I just hope they did, otherwise not too many people would probably show up, except for people who chance upon it while they are malling. Who knows, maybe they promoted this over the radio, like they did before.

A poster of the Philippine Housing Fair 2010. The housing fair will be on October 1 -3, 2010 at SM Megamall
A picture of a poster for the Philippine Housing Fair 2010 which will be held at SM Megamall on October 1 -3, 2010. Sorry if the poster looks dull, It seems I forgot to use my camera's flash. Click to enlarge.

I’m just glad I visited Pag-IBIG’s head office at the Atrium in Makati to get info for my tenant-buyer yesterday, where I noticed the poster above, hence I can at least inform all of you here who are looking forward the 5th housing fair.

Based on the logos near the bottom of the poster, participating key shelter agencies and government institutions in the fifth Philippine housing fair include the HUDCC, Pag-IBIG, HGC, BSPHLURB, NHA, NHMFC, SHFC, GSIS, SSS, CREBA, SHDC, and OSHDP. Sorry I can’t decipher and don’t recognize the logo second from the left at the bottom. If you do recognize it, please leave a comment below.

Does anyone recognize these logos? Please leave a comment below if you do, thanks!
Does anyone recognize the logo on the right? If you do, please leave a comment below. Thanks!

Anyway, I’ll just post more information that I will find about the housing fair in the coming days, if any. I believe that the information in my post about the Housing Fair 2009 still holds true and just needs a little update. You may read the article here: Philippine Housing Fair 2009

I’ll definitely drop by the housing fair to check things out myself, and I will report here what I will find. I’d also appreciate any info anyone out there might be able to share, just let us all know through the comments section below. Thanks!

Happy hunting!

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Jay Castillo
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