The Philippines’ Top Real Estate Developers

    1. Ayala Land

    Unquestionably one of the biggest and most reputable real estate developers in the Philippines is Ayala Land. The business has been in the real estate business for more than 150 years. Additionally, it has regularly been recognized as one of the top developers in the Philippines, receiving honors from prestigious groups like Frost & Sullivan.

    It is also the organization behind Bonifacio Global City, one of the largest planned communities in the nation. Ayala also expanded much of Makati, the commercial and financial hub of Manila. 

    Currently, Ayala Land’s portfolio of real estate projects is very diverse. These include everything from resorts and shopping centers to residential buildings, and they give purchasers a wide range of affordable options.

    While a home at the Courtyards costs more than $400,000, a condo at Morong’s Anvaya Cove costs less than $150,000.

    2. Megaworld Corporation

    Megaworld Corporation has successfully completed more than 250 real estate developments in the Philippines since its founding in 1994.

    Megaworld, like Ayala, has completed a number of industrial and residential projects, such as Forbes Town Center and McKinley Hill. The business has offices in Davao and Cebu City in addition to Metro Manila, where it predominantly conducts business.

    Megaworld has received its fair share of honors and awards. The business has received the Best Developer Award from PropertyGuru Philippines on numerous occasions. Additionally, Megaworld was nominated for 25 different categories at the 2017 Philippines Property Awards.

    Megaworld still offers a variety of residential options while shifting its emphasis to substantial commercial and township developments.In Makati, condos at the San Antonio Residences cost less than $100,000. At The Florence Taguig, opulent condos go for slightly under $150,000.

    3. SM Prime Holdings

    One of the Philippines’ largest developers by revenue is SM Prime Holdings. With its real estate assets, the corporation generates more than $400 million in annual revenue and is still expanding.

    The primary business of SM Prime is developing and running retail centers both domestically and abroad, including in China. Additionally, the business builds and operates hotels, convention centers, and office buildings.

    With less than 20 completed projects, its residential development business, SM Development Corporation, is less well-established. The corporation has earned its spot on our list, nevertheless, considering its stellar performance in other real estate industries.

    SM Prime has fewer possibilities than its rivals because it has only recently entered the home market. Although the corporation is now creating bigger housing projects, its primary holdings are mid- to high-rise condo structures.

    4. Filinvest Land

    One of the oldest builders in the Philippines is Filinvest Land. In 1955, Filinvest Development Corporation, the organization’s parent, was founded. Since then, it has constructed a range of industrial, residential, and recreational buildings all across the Philippines.

    The business is financially stable, much like the other companies on this list. It continuously makes money, and it now has a ton of new projects in development, like Studio City.

    The mid-market developments Filinvest is most known for are Alta Vida. Buyers might locate houses at this San Rafael community for under $100,000. The business, however, has just started to diversify into upscale developments like Brentville International Community.

    5. DMCI Homes

    Since its founding in 1954, DMCI Homes has grown to become one of Metro Manila’s biggest developers. The business is ranked as the top developer in the Philippines by ZipMatch and is one of the World’s Top 1000 Corporations.

    Unlike some of its rivals, DMCI Homes’ primary product is residential real estate. In Metro Manila, the company has built more than 30 projects, and there are yet more in the works.

    Additionally, DMCI has created additional profitable properties, such as hotels and casinos. The Philippine Stock Exchange Plaza and other prominent high rises in Makati were also constructed by it.

    The inexpensive condos that DMCI offers all across Metro Manila are its most well-known residential offerings. Many of the business’s apartments are priced much below $100,000.

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