Burbuja inmobiliaria en Filipinas?

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Re: Burbuja inmobiliaria en Filipinas?

Mensajepor Dalamar » 07 Jun 2015 09:34

Hay que poner un ojo en la infraestructura ya que hay zonas baratisimas y paradisiacas que precisamente estan baratos por que es dificil acceder a ellas, lugares a los que se podria acceder en 30 minutos con una buena carretera actualmente se encuentran a horas de distancia con las carreteras actuales, esto puede cambiar rapidamente y las oportunidades pueden ser muy interesantes!

A dia de hoy hay lugares cercanos a ciudades importantes que cuesstan 20 o 30 veces que lugares similares que no estando lejos, es dificil acceder a ellos por las malas carreteras y el trafico, lo que te limita a la hora de trabajar, colegios, turismo y un largo etc...

The government plans to spend the equivalent of 4% of gross domestic product on infrastructure this year and 5% in 2016, President Benigno Aquino told The Nikkei on Wednesday. This would be an increase from roughly 3% of GDP last year, or 400 billion pesos ($8.94 billion). The Philippines' GDP grew 6.1% in 2014, but only 5.2% in the first quarter of 2015.

Transportation networks and utilities too weak to sustain the burgeoning population have long posed a bottleneck to this Southeast Asian economy's development. Under the Aquino administration, public-private partnerships in road and rail construction have progressed, mostly in and around the capital, Manila.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 27 Dic 2015 06:49

Las remesas son uno de los principales factores en la inmobiliaria Filipina:

Money sent home by overseas Filipino workers are forecast to reach $29.7 billion this year, making the Philippines the world’s third largest recipient of remittances, according to the World Bank.

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) estimated that remittances coursed through the country’s bank system would expand over five percent from $24.31 billion in 2014.


A pesar de que los paises arabes estan flojos debido a la debilidad del petroleo, y en estos paises hay muchisimos filipinos, las remesas continuan creciendo.

For the Philippines, the top destinations are Saudi Arabia, other Middle East/North Africa (MENA), the US and Canada, and Asia.
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Re: Burbuja inmobiliaria en Filipinas?

Mensajepor Dalamar » 20 Ene 2016 16:31

Ahora si creo que es momento de vender inmobiliaria en Filipinas...
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 01 Mar 2016 19:44

This week, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) downgraded its forecasts for the Philippines’ economic growth. The country’s gross domestic product is now expected to grow six percent this year and 6.2 percent next year.

This is down on previous forecasts of 6.2 percent for this year and 6.5 percent for 2017. However, the IMF has noted that the Philippine economy performed well despite weaker external demand and volatility in global financial markets in 2015.

The Philippines’ economic growth is fuelled by a number of factors including:

OFW remittances: The Philippines was the world’s third largest recipient of foreign remittances in 2014. Remittances from overseas Filipino workers, which number approximately 10 million, account for about a tenth of GDP.

Foreign investment: In August 2015, the country recorded its highest monthly foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows since December 2014. Coming in at US$526 million, this represented a 74 percent year-on-year increase.

Growth in the services sector: Economic growth in the fourth quarter of 2015 was primarily driven by the services sector, which hit 7.4 percent, up from 5.6 percent a year earlier.

In JLL’s 2015 Commercial Attraction Index, Metro Manila was recognized as one of the top 30 real estate investment cities in the world.

JLL now predicts that by 2030, Manila will be one of the world’s top 18 cities in terms of city gross domestic product, having high economic momentum in global terms.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 28 Sep 2016 17:20

On September 14, 2016, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)
concluded the Article IV consultation1 with the Philippines.
The Philippine economy has continued to perform strongly. Real GDP regained strength from a
slowdown in mid-2015 to record a robust 5.9 percent growth rate in 2015 and 6.9 percent in the
first half of 2016. Both consumption and investment grew rapidly, while net exports were held
back by weak external demand. Job creation was also strong, with the unemployment rate
declining to 6.3 percent in 2015 and 6.0 percent in the first half of 2016. Inflation has remained
moderate, falling below the BSP’s target band (3±1 percent) in 2015 and the first seven months
of 2016 due to lower commodity prices. The external and fiscal position remained robust
in 2015, with a current account surplus of 2.9 percent of GDP, gross international reserves of
US$81 billion (or 11 months of imports of goods and services), a national government fiscal
deficit of 1.4 percent of GDP, and general government debt at 35 percent of GDP.
The outlook for the Philippine economy remains favorable despite external headwinds. Real
GDP growth is expected at 6.4 percent in 2016 and 6.7 percent in 2017 on continued robust
domestic demand and a modest recovery in exports. Unemployment is projected to decline to
5.9 percent in 2016 and 5.7 percent in 2017. Inflation is expected to return to within the BSP’s
target range later this year and in 2017 as commodity prices stabilize and strong economic
activity continues. The current account surplus is expected to decline in 2016−17 due to higher
commodity prices and infrastructure related imports. The public debt-to-GDP ratio is expected to
remain in a declining trend. Risks to the outlook are tilted to the downside. The Philippine
authorities are well equipped to respond as needed with suitable policies should any risks
materialize, particularly given the strong fundamentals and ample policy space.
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Re: Burbuja inmobiliaria en Filipinas?

Mensajepor McThai » 24 Mar 2017 17:13

Comparando con otras economias de Asia, parece que en Filipinas se ha invertido poco.
Por lo menos en el periodo 2010 - 2014:
https://twitter.com/_perpe_/status/845182550226038785


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