Demand for vacation homes rise

GATED RESORT property prices outside Metro Manila have surged in 2021 as the pandemic fueled demand for vacation homes, Leechiu Property Consultants (LPC) said.

Sta. Lucia’s projects in Central Luzon get a lift from infrastructure push

THE GOVERNMENT’S on-going infrastructure projects in Central Luzon are expected to boost the attractiveness of residential property developments in the area.

China’s luxury retirement homes draw millions from local, international investors

RETIREE William Tang recently decided to swap his life in downtown Shanghai for a luxury elder-care development in the city’s far west, paying $220,000 to rent a two-bedroom apartment for 15 years.

W Landmark earns ISO nod for quality management

W LANDMARK, Inc. (WLI) recently received the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 Certification for its quality management system and operations in its properties.

Robinsons Malls host voter registration booths

THE COMMISSION on Elections (Comelec) will open satellite voter registration booths in Robinsons Malls around the country through August.

Condo residents participate in recycling campaign

RESIDENTS of 21 DMCI Homes condominiums in Metro Manila collected 2,961 kilograms (kg) of used beverage cartons (UBC) since November 2020, as part of a recycling campaign by Tetra Pak Philippines.

CREATE law seen driving countryside growth

LOCATOR INTEREST in the countryside is expected to grow after the release of the implementing rules of the law that cuts corporate income tax and reforms the country’s tax incentive system, real estate services firms said.

Rising BPO demand boosts Q2 office market

OFFICE SPACE demand has recently surged to its highest since the start of the pandemic, backed by growing interest from outsourcing firms, Leechiu Property Consultants (LPC) said.

Rockwell Workspaces launches 1 Proscenium

ROCKWELL WORKSPACES recently launched its newest office tower in Makati City.

Coronavirus house price boom widens wealth gap

LONDON — A boom in Britain’s housing market and a surge in global share prices has led to windfall gains for middle-income and richer households during the coronavirus pandemic, research from the Resolution Foundation think tank showed on Monday.