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Reynaldo Calayan Jr., the 60-year old civil engineer behind Calmar Land Development Corp, spent a lot of his growing up years in construction sites.

The top-notch property will rise in an exclusive and private residential complex in the heart of Ortigas Center.

Wilcon Depot and Home Essentials, owned and operated by the Belo family led by its patriarch William Belo, is riding on the continued growth of the property business in the country.

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While there’s certainly no shortage of new residential projects in Metro Manila, finding the perfect home is still no easy feat.

Two Seasons unveils its newly-opened Coron Bayside Hotel, the third property under Two Seasons’ hotel and resorts (the two other being Two Seasons Boracay and Coron Island Resort and Spa).

Most Filipinos dream of owning homes and in today’s lifestyle, such goal now tends to favor  condominium living. The property boom of low, medium to high rises expressly manifests that homeowner preferences have indeed changed.

With the continued growth of the real estate sector, along with the Duterte administration’s thrust toward infrastructure development, demand for construction works is seen to further rise.

As property values rise as much as 30 percent since 2013, it makes good business sense to invest now in a luxurious residential condominium before prices start to spiral further.

The country’s first quadruple-A builder DMCI Homes was recently recognized at the Dot Property Philippines Awards 2017 as Best Developer in Davao City for its first development in Mindanao - Verdon Parc.

Robinsons Luxuria is creating ripples in the property development sector as it announces its strategic partnership with Starwood Hotels and Resorts, the company behind the prestigious Westin chain of hotels.

Ayala-owned Avida Land is setting the pace in residential property developments in Southern Luzon with the expansion of its 21-hectare project in Batangas, its seventh in the province.

The newest entrant  in the country’s hotel industry is banking on the growing trend of developing world-class structures in harmony with the local color of each destination, creating unique, worthwhile experiences for visitors.

Ayala-owned estates builder Alveo Land is taking the big leap this year as it prepares a record launch of 16 projects worth a combined P40 billion.