Realty By JM

Salt and Light of Philippine Realty

Realty Weekly (04.14.12)

Vista Land and Rustan’s Supermarket are both optimistic about their recent partnership. Their project together can be found here.

Vista Land also expects 30 Billion Pesos worth of reservation revenues for 2012. Some of their current projects are listed here.

ArthaLand, known for residential developments like Arya Residences, looks to build more commercial projects. Get to know their company here.

Why did ACM Landholdings, Inc. postpone their IPO bid? Find out here.

The Commission on Audit started evaluating the 3.5 B property deal between the Negros Occidental government and Ayala Land, Inc. SM Prime Holdings Inc. still questions how they lost bidding. Full story here.

The House of Representatives approves House Bill 5692 otherwise known as “Ifugao Rice Terraces Rehabilitation and Preservation Act.” Let’s hope it’s not too late. Full story here.

Robinson’s Land Corp. shall open 3 new malls and expand 2 more. Meanwhile they are also expanding their office spaces in Ortigas and GoHotel chains in the provinces. Full story here.

Habitat Youth Build is happening on May 12, 2012. Some 1,000 youths will help rebuild typhoon ravaged homes in Navotas City and Cagayan de Oro City. The Habitat Youth Council hopes to raise 40 Million and build a total of 459 homes by 2012. Full story here.

Urban poor groups under the Alyansa Kontra Demolisyon is campaigning for the repeal of the Urban Development Housing Act or Republic Act 7279. Find out what their campaigns are here.



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