Article Tag: Colliers International Philippines
Property Outlook 2020: Philippines’ Real Estate Industry Remains Positive
In recent years, the Philippines has become one of the hotspots for real estate investors in Southeast Asia. The growing economy and increasing middle class have made the country very attractive to both local and foreign investors.
This 2020, Colliers International Philippines is seeing a sustained property market over the next two years, but advises investors to recalibrate plans to adapt to the constantly evolving property landscape in the country.
Why are Federal Land Condos an Ideal Investment in the Bay Area?
Choosing a condo for investment is not an easy decision to make. After all, there are several options on the market, each better than the last. If you are interested in the Bay Area, then a Federal Land, Inc. condo is your best bet to grow your investment.Read more »
5 Benefits of Investing in Mi Casa Condominium
Choosing a condo for investment is not an easy decision to make. After all, there are several options on the market, each better than the last. If you are interested in the Bay Area, then a Mi Casa condo is your best bet to grow your investment.Read more »
Federal Land’s Grand Central Park Adds More Exclusive Residences To BGC
With the World Bank GDP growth projection of 6.4% and new pro-growth economic policies, the Philippines is poised to sustain its economic rise. The various infrastructure projects of the government and the private sectors hail optimism to both local and foreign investors across all segments, but especially for the real estate industry.Read more »
Top 10 Forecast For 2019 And How Can It Help Your Real Estate Investment
In the report, Colliers explained how the strong demand and evolving preference of tenants is giving rise to flexible workspaces; residential developers are tweaking their projects to cater to Chinese offshore gaming employees and local professionals; and mall operators are more open to foreign food and beverage (F&B) and home furnishing tenants, which will redefine retail space absorption in 2019. Colliers also said it sees developers cashing in on the thriving property market by aggressively acquiring parcels of land outside of the more established business districts.Read more »