“The Chinese buyers are here to stay,” said Salas. “We know there has been a lull in the market, but as soon as they can travel, they will continue to buy.” While the Philippines limits to 40% the number of units foreigners can buy, local laws can be circumvented by having a local company acting
Friday, June 05, 2020 Santos Knight Frank has released a new report offering strategies for different sectors of the Philippine real estate market. The Phillippines must capitalise on the “green shoots” coming out of the industrial and logistics sector if they are to lessen the economic damage of COVID-19, according to a new report from Santos Knight
Business World | June 2, 2020 | 12:33 am By Arjay L. Balinbin, Reporter THE Metro Manila subway will now have 17 stations, after the Transportation department decided to expand the original plan to include more stations. Transportation Assistant Secretary Goddes Hope O. Libiran told BusinessWorld the new stations will be located in East Valenzuela,
Bloomberg News May 26, 2020, 5:00 AM GMT+8 Updated on May 26, 2020, 10:04 AM GMT+8 Rich Chinese home buyers are back. Across China and in some of their familiar hunting grounds in Asia, wealthy buyers are snapping up luxury housing, in many cases to guard their wealth against anticipated inflation and a weakening yuan.
By Daryll Pua |June 01, 2020 In the Philippines, Megaworld is now the number 1 real estate developer of offices, malls and residences since it started in year 1989. Its first ever development was in Eastwood, Libis, Quezon City. It was a township. The company pioneered the concept of townships in the country. By the