Enes
Moscow
Go to mobile

LATEST NEWS

23:56 15-06-2018
Having agreed with North Korea, Trump did favor to Russian Gazprom
23:19 15-06-2018
Spanish bank sells out property for less than €75,000
22:47 15-06-2018
Elon Musk to build fastest train system in Chicago. Can everyone afford it?
22:24 15-06-2018
“One-day route” map developed in Russia for 2018 World Cup guests
21:52 15-06-2018
Immigrant reception center needs to be built for $1,9m
21:33 15-06-2018
Cultural and sports center shaped like “super-box” built in Moscow
21:06 15-06-2018
Two skyscrapers to be erected in northern Moscow
23:45 14-06-2018
Turkish media: Russia expands geography of its nuclear energy projects
22:25 14-06-2018
20 metro stations to be built in new Moscow
21:56 14-06-2018
Swedish court sides with Gazprom in its dispute with Naftogaz
21:28 14-06-2018
Moscow authorities to sell their offices after moving to Oko skyscraper
20:47 14-06-2018
Naftogaz: Construction of Nord Stream 2 violates EU legislation
20:18 14-06-2018
IKEA opens up to seven new format shops in Russia
19:46 14-06-2018
European banks offer cheap mortgage for energy-efficient housing
23:55 13-06-2018
Greek government introduces new property tax rates
23:32 13-06-2018
China sees prospects in building railways with Russia — media
23:01 13-06-2018
Price per square meter in Moscow City skyscrapers drops by 13%
22:35 13-06-2018
Project without Russia: Turkey built new gas pipeline TANAP
21:54 13-06-2018
Nine Italians involved in Roma stadium construction arrested for corruption
21:21 13-06-2018
Ukrainian official says Nord Stream 2 threatens European civilization
20:46 13-06-2018
Crimean Bridge hits records — 70,000 cars over weekend
23:45 09-06-2018
Two new residential areas to be created in Frankfurt
23:21 09-06-2018
Mirziyoyev to talk with Putin on NPP construction in Uzbekistan
22:37 09-06-2018
Large heated football field to be built in Moscow
22:01 09-06-2018
Rosatom nuclear company sidesteps its US rival Westinghouse in China
23:29 08-06-2018
Real estate in Vancouver becomes more affordable
22:45 08-06-2018
Countries with most rapid rise in housing prices are named
22:10 08-06-2018
How do Russian airports rank internationally?
21:44 08-06-2018
Interest of foreign buyers to housing in Italy jumped
21:16 08-06-2018
President of Ukraine intends to stop Nord Stream 2
All news

ARCHIVE NEWS

«    June 2018    »
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun
 123
45678910
11121314151617
18192021222324
252627282930 

The Philippines enjoy a housing boom for the 7th consecutive year

logo russianconstruction.com
The Philippines enjoy a housing boom for the 7th consecutive year

The Philippines residential property market continues to develop vigorously due to a rapid economic growth.


The average price of a luxurious two-bedroom apartment in the center of Makati has grown by 7% over the course of 2017 — up to $3,830 per square meter. While the annual growth since 2012 amounted to about 7-10%, according to Colliers International. For the fourth quarter of 2017 only, the cost of housing in the center of Makati grew by 1.5%.

Housing in the larger areas of Manila is becoming more expensive. In Rockwell Center, the average price of a three-room apartment has increased by 8.1% — up to $4,250 per square meter. In 2017. In Fort Bonifacio — by 1%, up to $3,380 per square meter for the same period.

Related publications

PARTNERS

UP