May 19, 2020 | 12:03 am Source: BusinessWorld By Luz Wendy T. Noble Reporter THE Philippine real estate sector may become more “active” next year, as the economy is anticipated to bounce back after the pandemic subsides. “Our view is that the recovery of the property sector in 2021 hinges on the pace of expansion …

The best places to do business for 2020 have been revealed. Very few executives could have predicted a virus originating in China would lead to worldwide economic devastation in 2020. Just four months after the first official reports of the COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan, more than three million cases have been confirmed globally, and with …

KATLENE O. CACHO May 14, 2020 THE residential real estate sector is seen to sharply recover first once the Philippine economy bounces back from a pandemic-induced crisis. Amid the public anxiety over the negative impact of Covid-19 and lockdowns on businesses, housing prices have remained stable and home buying activities have remained upbeat, particularly in …

By Jan Večerka, chief executive and founder of BrikkApp The coronavirus is currently devastating the economies of nations around the world, with many countries attempting to precariously balance health and economic interests. As a result, nearly every industry has taken a hit as people simply can’t afford as much in light of the current crisis. …

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Posted on Friday, February 7, 2020 The Philippine real estate market closed strongly in 2019. As projected at the beginning of the previous year, all sectors under the industry continued its growth within Metro Manila and throughout the major cities in the Philippines. In 2020, this momentum is expected to sustain.  Office Market  Compared to …

By The Manila Times March 31, 2020 Buildings in Bonifacio Global City certified by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) boasts of higher lease rates than non-LEED-certified buildings. The beginning of 2020 has been marked by a series of unexpected events that continue to affect the global economy. Despite the impact of the …

By: Amy R. Remo – Reporter / Twitter: @amyremoINQ Philippine Daily Inquirer / 02:00 AM January 25, 2020 Manila rose four notches to rank eighth among 130 business hubs in a global index that identifies the world’s “most dynamic cities.” The City Momentum Index 2020 by JLL Global Research said Manila currently sits in its highest …

By: Amy R. Remo – Reporter / Philippine Daily Inquirer / 02:12 AM January 25, 2020   Inquirer president Alexandra Prieto-Romualdez expressed her gratitude to companies that supported the forum.—PHOTOS BY LEO M. SABANGAN Outlook remains cautiously bullish, prospects continue to be bright, while most economic indicators point to a sustained, robust growth for the …

By: Amy R. Remo – Reporter Philippine Daily Inquirer / 04:00 AM March 21, 2020   It’s stating the obvious: the COVID-19 pandemic and the month-long, Luzon-wide quarantine imposed by the government would dampen the growth of the Philippine economy. American investment bank JP Morgan Chase Bank had reported that it lowered the country’s full …