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 August 28, 2014 Investing is probably the wisest thing a person can do with his money. Over the years, the practice has grown increasingly popular among people who want to acquire or simply increase wealth. Most people who are new to the investment game often prefer to start with an investment that would
NEW CONDO UNIT INVESTMENT? Profitable Attractive Location??Rising CBD: Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City– Environmentally-certified buildings– Flood-free zone (Built on top of a mountain)– More quality commercial and residential space– Growing number of businesses– Structures are modern in design.– All properties are designed to mitigate the effects of typhoon and earthquake.– Quick access to several important establishments
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
Proposing marriage in the Philippines is an entirely different concept as compared in Western culture. Noong unang panahon, and maybe until today, the parents discuss marriage and wedding plans on behalf of the couple during pamamanhikan. Nowadays, Filipino couples, or at least partners who offer marriage, combine the concept of pamamanhikan and marriage proposal. Whether