400 Hectares Agricultural Land For Sale in Isabela, Cagayan Valley, Philippines

400 Hectares Agricultural Land For Sale in Isabela, Cagayan Valley, Philippines

Available paba to ?
Costs as much as land in the USA
This video was back in Oct. 2011, if these property was sold you could delete this ad. It looks like misleading since there are few queries from 1 year to 5 years ago but the realtor involved was not responding. You Tube admin should call the owner or publisher of this video to find more about it.
Very cheap land and nice view still available?
Available pa po ba itong property NATO,kc po may naghahanap ng kahit 100 hectares.
is this property still available? How much do you sell per square meter? Im interested to buy at least 100has. Pls keep in touch at 09275756991 look for Mr. Reginaldo.tnx
Still far sale?
reply po asap 09260515995
avail pa ba to?
hi Xyvelster, sold na ba ang kabuuan ng lupang ibinebenta nyo? gusto ko sanang bumili kahit sana between 20 to 30 hectares kung meron pang natitira out of 400 hectares.
I am interested to know how can you buy and own that much land when the government is limiting anyone to own an agricultural land to 5 hectares only?
I`m an interested buyer for the whole property, if it is still available, kindly send me a message thru my mobile phone no 09062655112, So we can discuss the details of the property and the tripping. thank you.
Hi Xyvelster, Is the 400 hectares still available, I would like to know more about the property, please reply to lynne1956@gmail.com
any contact number? am interested to buy few hectares...
di ba pwedeng 2 hectares lang ang bilhin?
sold out na poba ito...? db pdeng cut if ever na my buyer me... tnx
Hindi pa po, pero itinatransac po nila papa yan. Kung nais nyo po tawagan po sila nariyan ang numero po nila. Salamat.

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