21 Feb '13, 8am

Philippines Property Show this weekend

, Asia’s leading property portal, will hold its second Philippines Property Show at Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre, Level 3 Begonia this weekend (23 – 24 February) from 11am to 7pm daily. The exhibition will showcase resort properties from Boracay as well as the latest luxury residential projects from major Philippine cities like Taguig, Makati, Quezon and Bonifacio Global City. Major developers will be participating in the event, including SMDC, Picar Development, Shang Properties, Megaworld International, Vista Land & Landscapes, Ayala Land Premier, DMCI Homes Corporate Centre, Robinsons Land Corporation and Greenfield Development Corporation. The Philippines is free from property cooling measures and is considered one of Asia’s best kept investment secrets, making it an attractive destination. In addition, the strong Singapore dollar provides buyers and investors mo...

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