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
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By Roderick Abad May 5, 2020 (Source: BUSINESS MIRROR PH) WHILE the whole world, not only the Philippines, has ground to a halt due to the ensuing coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) crisis, property buyers are advised now is the right time to buy one. “There’s no better time for [people to realize] the need to have a
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 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.
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