Joined 14 months ago from Quezon City
Kenneth Charles Hamada currently works in policy-making. He graduated from the College of Law of the University of the Philippine and also passed the licensure examinations in his country for Certified Public Accountants, Real Estate Brokers, and Real Estate Appraisers. He likes to write about law, finance, science, and anything else he finds interesting.
13 months ago
In the Philippines, the pandemic and the general hustle for a livelihood has pushed unlicensed people to undertake real estate services such as the referral of buyers and sellers of property or advertisements on social media for a chance at a commission. This is illegal and harms everyone involved.
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