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.
by DMCI Homes Leasing on July 15, 2014 | Categories: Condo Advice and Tips, Investments, News and Events, Real Estate Industry Real estate in the Philippines has proven to be a solid investment in recent years. With the steady growth of the real estate market since 2001– when commercial and residential properties were in great demand because of the sudden growth of the BPO industry—more
By Zipporah Antonio (Senior Content Writer) Working as an overseas Filipino worker (OFW), but still feel like you’re not saving money? Saving up for your retirement while working overseas is quite a challenge. An OFW might as well plaster the words “bank” on his or her forehead whenever there’s an emergency needing to spend money on,
BY BEN KRITZ, TMT ON JANUARY 4, 2017 Following a few basic tips can lead to a healthy return ALTHOUGH the majority of condominiums sold in the Philippines are still bought by end-users, the trend of property being purchased as an investment rather than as a home is growing, according to property developers and sales
Savers may need to diversify their money to keep ahead of inflation By Pauline Macaraeg | Jun 25, 2018 For most personal or even business transactions, a million pesos is a lot of money. It can buy a good car or even a low-cost housing unit especially outside Metro Manila. However, if placed in a