By The Manila Times May 12, 2020 This photo shows condominium units in Bonifacio Global City. Condominiums are seen to have the edge over other real estate projects because they are situated in areas where demand will be strong. SOME industries may be resilient enough to weather the uncertainty despite the adverse effects of the
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Inquirer Business (By: Amy R. Remo – Reporter) It may be difficult, for now, to map out specific next steps for the Philippine real estate industry because the reality is, everything remains fluid and in transition. Uncertainty still hangs in the air as economies continue to grapple with and reel from the impact of COVID-19.
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
Philippines has become one of the hotspots for foreign property buyers in Southeast Asia. With favorable demographics and an increasing middle class, Metro Manila has undoubtedly seen the biggest interest. Foreign corporations move to the region, setting up offices and operations in places like Cebu and Davao, where labor costs are low. In this article,