The largest Philippine property and investment exhibition in the Middle East will be back in April 26-27, 2019 with more exciting features and an even wider scope of opportunities!
The previous editions of PPIE made a history in the UAE and in the region by bringing in more than 15,000 quality visitors.
This event has been continuously attended by the leading most reputable property developers; banks; insurance companies; government-backed financial, investment & savings institutions; money remittance centers; and service providers.
PPIE will once again score another world-class success and provide return on investment to participants and unparalleled experience to its visitors.
See you on April 26-27, 2019 (Friday and Saturday) at JW Marriott Deira, Dubai UAE!
Why Invest in Philippine Properties?
The Philippines is the Asia’s fastest growing economy.
The Philippines is among the world’s fastest growing residential markets and one of the world’s top 10 fastest growing luxury property markets
The Philippines has higher rental yields compared to other Asian countries
Land values are still below their values during the 1997 Asian Economic Crisis, suggesting more room for growth
The country now enjoys investment ratings from ratings agencies (S&P and Moody’s)
The Philippines is now included in the “overweight group” together with China, Russia, Brazil and South Africa in the Global Emerging Markets list.
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