by Kyla Camille, Negosentro.com |
Mediacom Solutions Inc. in partnership with Lamudi Philippines and MyProperty is staging the 2nd Property Expo Philippines, the No. 1 property consumer and trade show in the country, to be held on November 14-15, 2015 at the Megatrade Hall, SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City with over 70 exhibitors and over 10,000 expected visitors.
Property Expo Philippines (PEP) provides the best deals on top residential and commercial properties in the county, as well as special promotions and discounts on real estate products and services, such as furniture, kitchen wear, home accessories, gardening tools, office supplies and more, all in one place.
Visitors will be able to meet face-to-face with top property developers, like Camella, Lumina, Picar Development, Robinsons Land, Avida, SMDC, DMCI, ProFriends and Megaworld, to name a few, as well as top real estate product and service suppliers, such as Asiana Design System, Ambertronics, Becken Trading and Rider Levett Bucknail among many others.
Property Expo Philippines 2015 will also feature talks by industry executives sharing their insights on the latest trends and tips in the Philippine Real Estate Market. On the first day, Mr. Andy Manalac, Chairman of the National Real Estate Association will give an industry outlook for 2016, Ms. Jacqueline van de Ende, Managing Director of Lamudi Philippines will give an overview of the Philippine Real Estate Market today; DigitalFilipino Founder, Mrs. Janette Toral will share Digital Marketing Strategies for Real Estate Professionals. On day two, talking topics will include “FengShui Tips before Buying or Selling Real Estate for 2015-2016, How to make a Fortune in today’s Real Estate Market, All About Real Estate Tax 101 and Big Ideas for Small Spaces: How to maximise space in a studio unit.” among others.
“Property Expo Philippines is the best venue for interested home buyers, real estate investors and real estate professionals to get a good overview of what the Philippine Property Market has to offer and get valuable information about the industry from top executives,” says David Abrenilla, Managing Director of Property Expo Philippines.
Property Expo Philippines also provided various entertainment activities for visitors, such as daily games and raffles in which exciting prizes await the winning candidate such as hotel and resort accommodations, restaurant gift certificates and more.
The Property Expo Philippines 2015 is sponsored by Camella, Lumina, Regus, P.A. Properties, Cost U Less, PICAR Development, Esquire Financing, 2Go Express, Benchmark and Cavite Form Modules.
About the Philippine Property Market
With an average gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate of 6.2% per year from 2010 to 2014, the Philippines has emerged as one of Southeast Asia’s fastest growing economies. The figure represents the highest growth in nearly four decades, according to the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA).
For 2015 and 2016, the Asian Development Bank expects the economy to grow by 6.4% and 6.3%, respectively, compared to South East Asia’s 4.6% and 5.1% rates. Similarly, the World Bank projects the GDP to grow by 6.5% this year and the next.
The country’s economic gains have been a boom to the property sector. The shape of real estate industry in the Philippines has changed dramatically over the years. In particular, the property market has grown robustly over the last 20 years as increasing demand for residential and commercial properties in the country became ever more evident against the backdrop of our changing economic landscape. The property sector is seen to grow even more robustly, driven by the continued positive outlook on the economy and the projected expansion of outsourcing industry within the next five years.
As of 2010 a little under half (48.6%) of the population lived in urban areas. The number is projected to rise to 56.3% by 2030 and 66% by 2050. The growing population of the country’s young professionals will be a source of future demand for residential properties, as population projections point to an increasing share of the population aged 30-49 in the next couple of decades.
The property sector in the Philippines is at the forefront of Philippine growth in the medium and long term. By the year 2040, 66.8% of the country’s projected population of 141.7 million will be part of the 16-64 age bracket, according to the National Statistical Coordination Board. Without a doubt, this is a great time for the Philippine property market.
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