Investing in real estate properties can grant you several opportunities to build your equity over time. However, that is not the only reason why so many people consider these investments a wise choice.
Despite the rising prices of mortgages and housing, the real estate market continues to experience a steady rise. According to investment analysis, the Philippines is expected to see a favorable growth of 7.8% within 2021.
The demand for real estate properties has also significantly increased beyond the supply in the current market, which makes it the perfect time to start your investments. However, before you even begin to take part, you must first understand the types of real estate investment available.
Each option has its advantages and disadvantages. These different property types can benefit various kinds of investors depending on their needs and goals.
1. Residential real estate
Residential real estate refers to any property used for housing. These include family homes, cooperatives, duplexes, and condos where the investor or a party renting the property lives in. This type is ideal if you are looking to start building your dream home or begin a family.
Properties such as condos continue to remain in high demand due to their primary location. These properties are popular because of their convenience and access to nearby essential services such as malls, hospitals, and stores.
Residential real estate is a good investment because of the returns you can get. For example, a real estate company in the Philippines typically has a pre-selling period when you can buy properties at a lower price. Investors take this opportunity to purchase and sell them later on when their value in the market increases.
2. Commercial real estate
Commercial real estate refers to any property where the main purpose is to host business operations and services. These properties typically include apartment complexes, stores, gas stations, hotels, hospitals, parking facilities, etc.
Investors in this category are typically business owners who want to establish their brand in a particular location or create a working space for their employees. While sales and transactions do play an important role in creating cash flow, most of its returns come from the rental profit of the property.
3. Industrial real estate
Industrial real estate refers to all lands, buildings, and other properties that accommodate industrial-sized activities. These activities include production, assembly, warehousing, manufacturing, research, and distribution of goods and products.
Zoning laws will typically specify which areas in a city these real estate properties can be designated so they won’t disrupt residential and other nearby places during its operations. The return on this investment is influenced by multiple factors, including the type of property you choose.
4. Raw land
Raw land typically refers to undeveloped or agricultural land such as farms, ranches, and timberlands. Many investors look at these properties as a good investment because they are tangible and finite resources. Additionally, these properties save you from the trouble of running renovations and worrying over stolen or damaged goods.
Compared to buying a residential property or warehouse, raw land can be a significantly cheaper investment that requires no property insurance. However, a major downside to this is that it cannot generate income on its own.
Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) manages or owns commercial properties that produce an income. Investments with these companies can be made through an exchange-traded fund or a mutual fund.
REITs are one of the assets that perform exceptionally in the real estate market, meaning better returns for your investment. There are also different types of REITs to choose from to better leverage your portfolio, such as retail, office, healthcare, residential, and mortgage.
Investing for the future
As the world population continues to grow, the demand for housing and other real estate properties continues to rise. This makes it ideal to begin your real estate investments as early as possible to get the best deals for your preferred properties. They can help grow your income, benefitting you financially.
While several real estate properties are available in the market, residential continues to be one of the most popular choices. This is because many prime spots in the Philippines have established residential properties, such as condos, for convenient living. Email email@example.com today to find the best properties located in these key areas.
Before 2018 ended, global real estate services organization, Colliers International Philippines released a report entitled, “Top 10 forecast for 2019: Flexibility is the name of the game.”
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.
Here are the 10 things that will define the Philippine property sector in 2019, according to Colliers.
1. Infrastructure-led government spending to spur property
Colliers said it sees the government’s Build, Build Build program around Metro Manila and other parts of the country will dictate the strategies of the real estate developers. Hence, it expects to see more office and residential developments outside Metro Manila.
“Colliers believes that property firms will be more aggressive in acquiring parcels of land in Northern and Southern Luzon and ensure that they are strategically positioned, especially in Pampanga, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Batangas. Developers’ expansion should be supported by the completion of rail, expressway, and toll road projects between 2020 and 2022 that are planned to pass through these provinces,” it said.
2. Metro Manila office vacancy to remain at sub-6 percent
Colliers said it expects Manila office vacancy to reach around 5% by the end of 2018.
“We see strong demand being carried over to 2019, with projected demand moving in step with the new supply. Over the next 12 months, Colliers sees the delivery of nearly 1.0 million sq metres (10.8 million sq ft) of new office space and net take-up of about 910,000 sq metres(9.8 million sqft). This should yield a vacancy of 5.3% by end-2019. About 30% of office space due to be delivered in 2019 is pre-leased.,” it said.
Colliers said it foresees a strong contribution from the knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) sector, which provides higher-value outsourcing services like health information management, software engineering, and finance and accounting, over the next 12 months. The demand is believed to be due to the presence of top technology firms such as Google in Manila and the improvement of Manila’s ranking in the latest Tholons’ global outsourcing survey, which ranks the most competitive outsourcing destinations in the world.
3. Offshore gaming to expand outside Manila
For 2019, Colliers sees offshore gaming firms to continue to expand and look for office buildings with large floorplates. But with a recorded 4.8% vacancy across Metro Manila as of the third quarter of 2018, Colliers encourage new and expanding offshore gaming companies to continue looking for space in Cebu, Pampanga and Laguna where bulk of large space is still available.
“Aside from expansive office space and residential availability, offshore gaming companies need to operate in cities that have airports offering direct flights to China or areas that have direct access to and from Manila. This is one of the reasons why these firms are starting to look at a number of cities in Southern Luzon,” it added.
Colliers sees offshore gaming firms occupying 200,000 sqm to 300,000 sqm of office space, representing as much as 23 percent of the projected take-up in 2019.
4. Flexible workspaces spaces to grow by 10% annually
Flexible workspace describes a workspace that provides flexibility over location, terms and additional services. With the emergence of mobile workforce and evolving preferences of tenants, flexible workspaces are gaining ground in the Metro Manila office market.
“We see Manila’s flexible workspace stock expanding by at least 10% per annum over the next three years owing to the continued rise of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs); the influx of multinational corporations (MNCs) and outsourcing firms looking for plug-and-play offices; and the implementation of a set of policy reforms likely to improve the business climate.,” Colliers forecasted.
“Over the next three years, we expect more flexible workspaces to be offered in malls, hotels, residential towers and dormitories for professionals,” it added.
5. Manila Bay Area to dominate Metro Manila condo price and supply
For 2019, Colliers believes the pre-selling condominium prices in the Bay Area will remain among the most expensive and projected to breach the PHP300,000 (USD5,700) per sqm.
“Colliers believes that the Bay Area is an attractive location for wealthy families from Southern Luzon and cities in Metro Manila that are upgrading to condominium living. The Bay Area is likely to remain an attractive location due to its proximity to Manila International Airport and ease of access to other business hubs across the country’s capital,” it said.
6. Luxury residential market to remain strong, price to breach Php400K per sqm
Colliers said it expects the luxury condominium demand to remain strong as Metro Manila continues to have one of the most attractive rental yields in the Southeast Asian region with 5.1%, relatively low prices, and sustained demand from affluent Filipinos, foreign investors, and offshore gaming firms.
“The luxury market in the country’s capital is relatively small but demand has been stable over the past few years. The projects being leased out or sold to the secondary market continue to receive strong demand,” it said.
Federal Land, Inc. is partnering with SM Prime to build an ultra-luxury condominium project on the last parcel of land in the upscale Apartment Ridge in Makati CBD. Colliers believes that the project may breach the PHP400,000 (USD7,400) per sqm price point.
7. F&B to further dominate retail absorption
Colliers believes the food and beverage (F&B) sector will remain the major driver of retail space absorption in Metro Manila over the next 12 months.
“We believe that the continued inflow of remittances from OFWs and rising disposable incomes, coupled with a generally stable macroeconomic backdrop, are luring more foreign F&B brands to establish a foothold in the Philippines. A number of foreign F&B brands such as Popeye’s, Panda Express, and Shake Shack are reportedly opening branches in Manila over the next 12 months, and we see this contributing to greater retail space absorption across the country’s capital,” Colliers said.
8. More foreign players in home furnishing and luxury retail in the Bay
Colliers sees sustained demand for home furnishing retail as the popularity of condo living increases. Nearly 60% of projects launched in third quarter of 2018 are studio and one-bedroom units. Hence, we encourage foreign retailers to focus on the furnishing requirements of the more compact condominium units.
Though the home furnishing segment is currently dominated by local players, Colliers believes this will become a more interesting segment once foreign players become more aggressive in opening shop in Metro Manila.
“Colliers believes that the Bay Area is ripe for more high-end F&B, footwear and clothing brands. Prada, Givenchy and Salvatore Ferragamo have opened shops in Solaire casino. The area continues to attract high-end retailers and we see more luxury brands opening shop in the reclaimed business district over the next 12 months,” it said. “The completion of new malls in the Bay Area such as Aseana mall is an opportunity for operators to house luxury retailers. The entry of more high end brands should differentiate the Bay Area’s retail offerings from the retailer profile of other business hubs including Makati CBD, Fort Bonifacio, and Ortigas Center.”
9. More strategic land banking and township development in Quezon City
Colliers said it sees Quezon City benefiting from the planned Mega Manila Subway – a 25-kilometer underground mass transportation system connecting major business districts and government centers – as seven of the 13 stations will be set within the city. With improving connectivity given the construction of the Mega Manila Subway, Metro Rail Transit-7 (MRT7) and the common LRT-MRT station, Colliers sees Quezon City becoming more attractive for mixed-use projects that feature office, residential, and retail projects.
“With renewed interest in Quezon City, we see the proliferation of more integrated communities similar to Ayala Land’s and Eton Properties’ existing estates. In 2019, Colliers recommends and expects more aggressive and strategic land banking by developers around the first three stations in Quezon City,” it said.
Over the next 12 months, Colliers expects property firms to take a more aggressive approach in exploring parcels of developable land especially in the Mandaue and Mactan areas that will benefit from the completion of major infrastructure projects such as the expanded Mactan-Cebu International Airport; the Cebu Cordova Expressway Link; Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (BRT); and the Cebu-Negros bridge.
Colliers believes that the completion of these projects should spur demand for more hotels and serviced apartments outside the Metro Cebu corridor. The areas of Mandaue and Mactan are also seen as highly viable for resort-oriented townships.
“We also suggest that developers build more residential projects that are leisure and lifestyle-oriented in anticipation of the increased interest brought about by the infrastructure improvements,” it said. “In 2019, Colliers expects the completion of 700 new rooms, raising Cebu’s hotel stock to 11,300 rooms from 10,600 rooms in 2017.”
How Can It Help Your Investment
The various government infrastructure projects, expanding offshore gaming industry, and the growing KPO and BPO presence are positively affecting the real estate industry of the country. Metro Manila and key areas in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao are in a unique turning point and as an investor, you can seize the opportunity by:
Investing in condominiums within the peripherals of universities. This can be set up as a worker dormitory that caters to young urban professionals who want to live near their offices. OFWs are also investing on these for their children in time for their entry to college education.
Investing in properties outside the Metro Manila, such as Cebu, Pampanga and Laguna where expanding offshore gaming companies are encouraged to avail space.
Investing in premier condominium projects to lease out or sell to secondary market.
Investing in condominium projects in main business hubs for leasing out to work executives, including foreign expatriates.
Investing in condominium projects for a secondary home and at the same time a maturing investment for future income.
This 2019, top real estate developer Federal Land, Inc. is slated to launched numerous condominium projects in Metro Manila and Cebu to add to your investment portfolio. Set in key areas of Makati, Bay Area, and Cebu, these condominium projects’ value is projected to surge even further in the coming years, so watch out for the upcoming announcements and launches.
Real estate investment is one of the three time-tested ways to build wealth, along with stock trading and small business ventures. Real estate investment is defined as acquiring, developing and managing properties to generate income, rather than owning a property to be a personal residence of the investor. Generally, investors own multiple properties, one of which serves as their personal residence while the rest are used to generate rental income or profit in value appreciation.
Simply put, real estate investment is putting your money to work today for it to increase tomorrow.
With the current construction boom in the country, more people are attracted to invest in real estate now more than ever. This gives plenty of good investment opportunities in condominiums, office and commercial space in the city. But before you join in with the bandwagon, remember that investing in real estate is capital intensive and any miscalculations can make it a risky investment. Here is a quick overview of what you need to know for a successful start in real estate investment.
How Do Investors Make Money in Real Estate?
Primarily, there are two ways to make money in real estate: appreciation and rental income. While there are ways to make money in the real estate industry such as specializing in complex areas like Real Estate Investment Trust and Fix and Flip, these two items account for the good fortunes of the majority of investors.
Real Estate Appreciation
The most common way to profit from real estate investment is buying a property and holding it until it increases in value due to changes in the market.
How does a property increases in value?
It is through supply and demand. The supply of land in the city is limited, but the demand for residential, office and commercial space is increasing, especially with the current construction boom in the country. As an investor, you will know your property increases in value when your surrounding area becomes busier. For instance, a shopping mall or office building built next door will make your property more attractive to potential buyers and fetch you a good profit. That said, real estate appreciation is a long-term game. There will be dips in the market, but remember, it always goes back up.
Renting is the best way to generate a consistent cash flow every month by charging people to use your property for a specific time.
For instance, if you own a house or condominium unit, you can lease out your property to a family, students or young professionals, depending on your location. Or if you own an office building or strip mall, you can lease out to established businesses, professional offices, franchises and startups.
As the property owner, you have the option to hire a property management company to deal with the day to day administration. Or if you have the time and willingness, you can be the landlord and manage the rental property. Remember that in the rental business, you have to put in some actual work.
How To Start Investing In Real Estate?
Since most investors start their real estate investment career with rental properties, here are six steps to start your rental real estate investment.
Establish The Specifics.
Determine how the investment property will be used before you decide the type and location most suitable for your plans. Will you rent it to students, office workers, or tourists? Do you prefer to invest in house and lot units, condo units or parking space? Establishing the specifics will also help you consider the renovations and furnishings you will be willing to spend on the property you are eyeing.
For instance, you have decided to cater to office workers. You will then look to invest in condominiums for sale near the central business districts. Consider taking advantage of pre-selling rates of Palm Beach West – Baler Tower located within the Entertainment City in Pasay to cash in on the growing Chinese market of the offshore gaming firms.
Acknowledge your financial capacity.
When investing in real estate, you will need a sizable capital. After all, quality properties do not come cheap. You will have to be realistic in what kind of property your savings can afford right now, in five years’ time, and in 10 years’ time. Can you pay cash upfront or do you need a bank loan?
If you are going the route of the housing loan, you should know how much a bank can lend you. Check online for the home loan calculator of reputable banks like Metrobank and PSBank. Though the result is not legally binding, it will give you an understanding of how much you can loan from the bank and will guide your search for the property suited to your budget.
Choose a developer.
As a new investor, you will need all the help you can get. While the internet is ripe with real estate investment literature and guides to help you get started, choosing the right real estate developer will take your investment five steps forward. Acquiring a property from a reputable developer with a solid track record like Federal Land ensures that the property has topnotch quality and convenient location that can fetch a good price in reselling or rental.
Moreover, a real estate developer has appointed brokers and agents that will assist you in every step of property acquisition. These brokers and agents will set site visits, facilitate sale negotiations, handle the pre-sale to post-sale requirements, and furnish legal documents. They can recommend other properties for sale that are relevant to your criteria for your next investment.
Write that Check.
Depending on your financial capacity, there are various payment plans available such as in-house financing and bank financing. Request a sample computation and determine which among payment plans is the most practical for you. Carefully consider the pros and cons of each plan before deciding.
If you choose to pay in installments through in-house financing, you may be required to issue a complete set of post-dated checks to cover the payments. In case you do not have a checking account yet, set up one. Just make sure to fund it sufficiently for the monthly amortizations.
Take note that before signing the contract or writing the check, that the property matches your criteria. It is also important to make sure that the Transfer Certificate of Title, Deed of Sale, Contract of Sale and other relevant documents on the property are filed on the Register of Deeds.
Shape up the Property.
For your property to attract the right tenants, it should be in proper condition. This means fixing up any cracks on the walls, any leaks on the pipes, cleaning up any stains, and if you are furnishing the property, providing furniture relevant to the needs of your target market.
A rental property should be as presentable as possible will tell prospective tenants that you are looking out for their needs and might lead to a good landlord-tenant relationship.
Manage the Tenants.
Once you have the property ready for your tenants, you have to ready yourself to be the landlord. Set clear terms and get it all in a proper lease contract to protect you, your investment and your tenant. Make sure to include in the lease contract the rent price, security deposit, mode of payment, payment schedule, length of lease, provisions on what can or cannot be done with your property, and the rules and regulations tenants need to abide to avoid eviction.
Also, remember to screen your potential tenants before signing with them. Conduct a background check into your prospective tenant’s employment status, financial capacity and criminal record. This is to protect your investment form dubious characters and delinquent payer.
Quick Tips for New Investors
You have done your research and ready to venture into real estate investment, but waiting for the perfect time? Well, there is no better time than when you are financially capable. Remember, real estate investment is a waiting game: you do not wait to buy, you buy then wait. Do not worry, the market always surges again.
Apply for a Home Loan.
Real estate investment is capital intensive. Don’t let the huge price tag hinder you. You as an investor can still acquire property through a mortgage or home loan. Just prepare enough funds to cover down payment, notary fees, taxes and others miscellaneous payments.
The first few month or years of rental investment will be financially challenging, especially when you are paying the home loan and only have a few renters. But as time goes and renters come, you can increase rent and generate a better cash flow.
Read the news.
Keep up with the news and market trends to know when is the right time to resell or increase rent. For instance, you have seen in the news about the flood control plans of your local government, you can then plan for a rent increase in the near future.
Although you are a new investor, you may have some good ideas on how you can make your property more valuable. You can add granite or marble countertops to your kitchen; install bathtub to the bathroom, or create a stunning garden to your backyard.
Consider a Modest Venture.
Choosing a mid-range investment for your first venture is like playing the “easy mode” in a new video game. A mid-range investment is ideal for first-time investors as these properties come in conservative price tag and in good structure quality that you can sell or rent to a wide market like starting families, students and young professionals. This allows you to test the waters in the real estate industry with less risk and learn some best practices only experience will teach you.
Investing in real estate may sound tricky and starting a career out of it may be overwhelming. But what is a couple of months’ stress for an asset that will make you money for years?
As young adults finishing school or starting a career, you may find yourself looking for the fastest way to success. While there are no shortcuts, achieving career fulfillment and financial security before 40 is an attainable possibility.
Here are five easy investment ideas to help you get ahead early on.
First impressions last. Whether you are going for a job interview, a business presentation, or meeting the future in-laws, it is important to look good, smart and proper. That way you can be comfortable, less distracted, and more confident.
Invest in well-fitted comfortable clothes that look smart and professional like a tailored suit, dress shirts, leather shoes and a reliable bag. Pick these items in neutral colors for an easy mix and match ensemble. Likewise, if you buy durable pieces, not only will you look fabulous but also save money in the long run.
Create additional opportunities by investing in yourself. Go online, hit the library, ask around: there are free to low-cost courses, seminars or mentors that can help you hone your hobbies, turn it into expertise and moneymaking machine. If you have an overactive imagination and into drawing, study storytelling techniques and try your hand at comics. Who knows, you might be the next Stan Lee with his Marvel universe.
Health and Well-being
It is hard to enjoy life when you are in bed, sick. Make sure to invest in your body and health while still young. Know that the bad habits and poor hygiene of today can lead to disconcerting diseases and unwanted medical bills tomorrow. Treat your body right today as an investment in your future body. Play a sport, choose the stairs, eat a balanced diet, cut bad habits, maintain cleanliness, and most importantly visit the doctor regularly.
At the same time, take care of your mental wellbeing. Treat yourself with kindness and respect, avoid destructive self-criticism and learn how to deal with stress. Make time for relaxation like going on walks, hanging out with friends, or planting a garden. Take good care of your greatest friend and ally – yourself.
For most of us, growing old is inevitable. One day, retirement will come knocking and when he does, will you be ready?
Factoring in the inflation, lifestyle requirements and the probability of long life, preparing for retirement is crucial. Set aside a portion of your monthly income for your retirement fund. Look into long-term investment and passive income options like the stock market and real estate to help your hard earned money grow faster than it would in a savings account. Remember the more money and time you commit to your retirement fund, the more comfortable you will be in your golden years.
If you think the stock market investment is too risky for you, you might be interested in investing in real estate.
You can earn four ways in real estate investment: property appreciation, rentals, property management, and ancillary income. In starting a real estate investment, consider the location and quality. Choose a high-quality property in a central area like Makati central business district to attract tenants willing to pay a premium price for the convenience of living near their workplace, public transportation hubs, schools and lifestyle shops. Such is the upcoming Horizon Land condominium for sale near Makati City.
Located at Buendia Avenue corner Taft Avenue, the upcoming condo tower is a self-contained community with its retail stores, restaurants, study halls, lap pool, and a full set of amenities to help motivated and hardworking students and young professionals in their pursuit of career, interests, and causes. Get the most out of life with Horizon Land’s new offering with the pre-selling condo units to be offered soon.
With Horizon Land, owning your first condominium residence is easy. Just contact our representatives, provide a Philippine government-issued ID (with your Tax Identification Number), fill up the required forms, pay the reservation fee and voila! The unit is booked under your name. However, you may need to contact a bank for your home loan requirements using the most convenient payment scheme available. A Horizon Land seller can assist you on that.
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For over forty-five years, Federal Land has been creating properties built on the values of trust, reliability, and integrity. It is the developer of many large-scale developments: residential condominiums, office buildings, retail and commercial centers, mixed-use townships and masterplanned communities.
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