Real-Estate, A Revelation: Megaworld’s Philippine Investment Outlook

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  • June 3, 2015


Prominent local property developers create newest online resource for real estate investors.

MANILA, PHILIPPINES — One thing all real-estate investors look for is information, a credible source of facts. But where they get this information can be very hard to come by, especially if you want a source that has compiled everything. Megaworld at the Fort, a division of industry leader Megaworld Corporation, has come up with a solution to this common problem. Their newest online resource, the Philippine Investment Outlook 2014 pools a sturdy stream of facts and figures on countrywide property development.

Megaworld at the Fort wanted to give prospective real estate and property buyers a resource they could trust, with information they can use to promote their best interests when it comes to buying prime real estate.
Filled cover-to-cover with statistics, common tips, and best practices, the Philippine Investment Outlook doesn’t skimp on the important details. Starting off with a colorful history of investment opportunities in the Philippines, it focuses on those found in the Taguig area. The e-book covers both a macro and micro view of the real estate scene and what buyers can do to make the most out of it.

Information is presented in an easy-to-read format where readers can immediately pinpoint the important details. Fact boxes and colorful graphics encapsulate important information for easy reference later on. Finally, the e-book also boasts lovely photographs capturing the bright, friendly ambiance of Manila life and the beautiful environs of The Fort area.

The Megaworld Philippine Investment Outlook 2014 e-book is currently available for free.

Author: Nicole Adarme

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Nicole is the staff head of Marketing Communications for Megaworld at the Fort. She handles brand strategy, concept development, and media and press relationship management. She is a political science graduate from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and is an avid language enthusiast. She speaks English, French, Mandarin and Tagalog, having spent time immersed in these corresponding cultures. She is also a classically trained ballerina who enjoys world travel and epic movies.