Metro Manila is still considered as one of the hottest property markets in the world according to Knight Frank, with investors drawn to the country’s capital in search of strong rental yields.
In terms of location, Makati continues to stand out. The city remains the country’s most progressive business hub and is home to leading corporations along with start-ups and entrepreneurs that are tapping into the growing number of innovation centers and co-working facilities.
Makati houses over 60,000 commercial and retail establishments, those of which were majorly responsible for the city’s income. Makati is not only a true lifestyle center, with places to spend and do business, but also home to 160 schools, 14 hospitals, 29 schools, 10 places of worship, and nine premier residential communities.