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Philippines Ranks As One Of The World’s Top Retirement Destinations

It was said that it’s more fun in the Philippines and it was proven because not only the young tourist who are seeking for adventure who come but also for the foreign retirees who is trying to have privacy in their old age.

Ireland-based website International Living  has ranked the Philippines 15th place of 22 for the World’s Top Retirement Havens for 2013 with the score of 79.5% in the Retirement Index.  This score is based on their eight categories which are so essential for retirees, including discounts and other benefits. Residential real estate, retirement benefits, entertainment and amenities, ease of integration, cost of living, health care, climate and retirement infrastructure are also included. In their previous list, there were only 19 countries and the Philippines is not included.

BPO as the Property Driver in Philippines

The Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry in the country is continuing to rise, and  demand for commercial and office space is also growing.

Vice President Jejomar C. Binay, chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) said that they expect the Philippine real estate firm to rise  further because of the BPO industry’s speedy growth and of course there will also be demands for residential units that are close to employment sites.

Philippines: A rising Star For Real Estate Investment

Based on ABS CBN news, the appeal of Philippine investment is actually growing for property investment and development. This are from the results of just recent study, Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2013, accomplished by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) along with the Urban Land Institute (ULI). Around 400 industry experts who give feedback in 22 cities around the Asia-Pacific region and Manila was graded as number 12 top investment destinations.

With regards to property shareholders, Indonesian capital Jakarta was the highest followed by Shanghai and Singapore. Manila is goes up for six positions coming from eighteenth place. In the previous years the location has completely outclassed merely decrease ranks from the study because this year, Philippine capital had beaten Tokyo, as well as Seoul as a leading in investment destination.

Exclusive Realty: Learn It’s Worth!

Providing the property to be traded for only one property may seem a disadvantage at first glance. However, the exclusive rental or sale of a property is something that benefits both for the owner, and for the future tenant or buyer during negotiations. With the exclusive capture of a property, property is sure that the sale or the lease of property shall be made ​​by it, and not by another company.

Thus, the entire team of consultants is committed to closing the deal. Furthermore, the interest in property is not in danger of having another person visiting the property at the same time.

How To Start Investing In Real Estate?

Real estate has always been a good option to make investments. It is also a safe investment option than other forms of investment such as the stock market. However, many do not know how to make money through real estate. The reasons can be lack of time to study the real estate market report or lack of interest. However, before we invest our money, it is necessary that we be aware of the risks and the expected returns on investment.


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Real Estate Growth to increase through Tourism

In the recent 20th National Convention of CREBA or Chamber of Real Estate and Builders Association, leaders have pointed the significance of Real Estate and Tourism in Philippines’ economic growth. 

The Philippines Vice-President and the Chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council Jejomar Binay, one of the first speakers in the convention, told that tourism is helping the real estate industry since late 2004. The demand for residential condominiums and resort-style houses, resorts, wellness centers, and retirement villages has increased.

Condos in Makati

The Philippine real estate industry has been continually progressing over the years.  Due to the strong economy of the Philippines and pro-investor polices and regulations by the government, there have been great opportunities for investors and developers to construct world-class properties in the country. Office buildings and residential condominiums in the Philippines were also affected by this development.One city that exemplifies these developments are the office buildings and residential condominiums in Makati City.

Being called as the country’s center of commerce, the city has become a location of commercial centers and is considered as the largest Central Business District in the metro. Skyscrapers, 5-star hotels, office buildings and residential condos are just some of the establishments that can be found in Makati .

Commerce Flows into Subic, Philippines

Subic Bay, Philippines is bordered on the east by Zambales mountains and the South China Sea on the west. A former US Naval base, Subic is now a freeport zone and a gateway for the transportation of goods. And, while it’s topography is more of a jungle paradise, technology, infrastructure, and industry have changed the landscape and the standard of living in the community. Real estate and BPO companies doing business in the Philippines are rising fast in the area and investors are now looking at Subic as a top BPO destination in the country.

Real Estate Flourishes in Manila Bay

Historic Manila Bay, considered one of the best natural harbors in Southeast Asia, is currently experiencing a real estate boom. The bay serves as the primary port of Manila and is famous for its picturesque sunsets. Entry to Manila Bay is flanked by several islands, the largest among them being Corregidor, which is 3 kilometers from Bataan and, along with the island of Caballo, separates the mouth of the bay into the North and South Channels.

Real Estate Flourishes in Cebu, Stirs Investor Interest

Cebu is the oldest city in the Philippines and one of the foremost domestic shipping ports in the country. Rife with historical significance, the city is now home to the largest commercial center outside Manila and one of the fastest growing real-estate markets in the country. Hailed as the “Queen of the South”, Cebu is a developed metropolis with the idyllic charms of an exotic island destination. The city boasts a number of central business districts, IT Parks and special economic zones that have made it an ideal investment destination for foreign and local companies doing business in the Philippines.