China is dominating real estate markets worldwide. According to real estate consultancy CBRE, Chinese investors bought USD 16.1 billion in overseas real estate during the first half of the year. That’s twice the amount of what they invested in the same period last year. Real estate experts forecast that 60 percent of high net worth individuals from China are going to buy property abroad in the next three years.
Chinese investors are looking for quality projects in new and exciting markets. They want investments located in prime locations, like tourist destinations, that can provide a good return on investment after a few years and possibly serve as a holiday home as well.
Several of the Philippines’ best developers will be taking advantage of this interest by presenting their developments at The Dot Property Show Shanghai. Scheduled for September 14 to 17 at Super Brand mall in Shanghai, The Dot Property Expo Shanghai will showcase top developers and projects to the most influential market in Asia today.The event promises to be a stress free opportunity for developers and real estate buyers to come together.
Exciting Filipino projects to be on display
The Philippines’ very own Ayala Land Premier will be showcasing three breakout projects: the Arbor Lanes, a scenic condominium development located at the heart of Taguig City; The Alcoves, a condominium project that towers over the highly urbanized Cebu Business Park; and the Park Central Towers, a luxurious residential enclave that will stun the newly master planned Roxas Triangle in Makati.
Meanwhile, 62 Ongpin Manila Realty Inc. will present a truly exciting project, Omni Gardens, a residential development that will soon rise up in the center of Manila.The 41-storey tower has been designed by WTA Architecture and Design Studio, one of the Philippines’ most prominent architectural firms.
About The Dot Property Show Shanghai
Located in Central Pudong and surrounded by the most important financial district in the city, Super Brand mall is the number one shopping destination in Shanghai with 30 million visitors stopping by annually. The venue gives shoppers from China a rare chance to see the projects from Ayala Land Premier, 62 Ongpin Manila Realty Inc. and other developers from Southeast Asia and speak to the developers directly. There will also be Chinese agents on hand to make sure the buying process is a smooth one.
For more information about The Dot Property Show Shanghai contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.dot-expo.com