Daily Tribune “The Real Estate Advisor” with Carl Dy

“With the real estate sector continuing to grow, more young people are aiming for a career in property development, management, sales and marketing.

Realizing this continuing positive development in our economy, Living Spaces is featuring occasionally successful professionals in the real estate sector for our readers, especially those who are considering to pursue a career in this lucrative field, to learn the rules, formula if you will, for success.

For starters, we are featuring Carl Dy who, together with his sister, founded Spectrum Investments, which provides counseling and guidance to real estate investors.
In an interview with Living Spaces, Carl shares with us his beginnings in the industry and how he has transformed into one of the best real estate investment counselors in the country.

Starting out with having less in life from his childhood, Carl overcame all kinds of limitations and achieved a lot more than he thought would be possible. But then, he never stopped dreaming, and while originally he was hampered by circumstances beyond his control, including belonging to a Chinese family that, strangely, was not entrepreneurial, he turned his life upside down. Finally, it was his faith that would open the doors to a life of opportunities.”


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Published by Carl Dy

Carl Dy, is a property investor and Director for Sales at one of the Philippines leading developers. He has 20 years of experience in the property business, and is continually building up his property portfolio with an ultimate goal of living on passive income from property. He is a Real Estate Management graduate of the Harvard Business School. He believes that property investment, just like business is not an automatic money generating product. One must have a passion for it, create and execute a strategy and give time and effort for the investment to flourish. For tips and advice, feel free to contact him at www.facebook.com/SpectrumCarlDy

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