With two years of the pandemic reshaping our lives, it is more significant than ever for Filipinos to have a safe, comfortable, and dignified living environment. In this panel, we look at how property seekers redefined "value for money" and what the future of the home is shaping up to be.
The mantra "location, location, location" has never been truer during the pandemic. Stuck at home, property buyers have reevaluated their buying must-haves to include relaxation amenities. In this panel, we dive into the rise of destination estates and how property developers have re-envisioned their properties from places of quiet residence to vacation destinations.
As many companies realized the possibilities of working from home or implementing a hybrid model, crucial business decisions will determine office takeup and home purchase post-pandemic. In this panel, we discuss the outlook for CBDs and the peripheries of the metro to see where the market is headed.
Home proved to be the safest place during the pandemic. With inflation and rising costs of construction and transportation as major hurdles, this panel discussion opens the conversation on where affordable housing is headed and what industry players are doing to provide safe and decent housing for an affordable price.
15-minute cities and vertical living attract a significant portion of city dwellers. Now, we are also seeing vertical residences rise in new locations, echoing the big comeback of city living. This panel discussion looks into post-pandemic demand for vertical residences, reviews the ROI for this type of property investment, and unlocks new destinations for vertical living within and near the metro.
Anna Mae Yu Lamentillo was the chairperson
of the Build, Build, Build Committee of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).
Gino Olivares is currently the President of the Organization of Socialized and Economic Housing Developers of the Philippines, Inc. (OSHDP).
For inquiries about The Outlook 2022, you may contact us at