Real Estate Philippines

On Building Legacies and Creating New Generation Real Estate: CPG’s Marco Antonio on Being a Second-Generation Property Builder

The real estate industry, as a key factor in the growth of our economy, continues to evolve to adapt to the changing times. As stewards of some of the leading developers in the country today, the next generation of leaders behind each must also stay attuned to the pulse of the market to be able [...]

By | April 6th, 2021|Blog, Century in the News, Top News|

Choose Century Properties and Make the Most of Your Move to the Province

When we need to unplug and take a break from the grind, a short trip outside the city is our go-to solution. Whether it’s spending time by the beach or simply marveling at relaxing views – a quick day trip is enough to replenish our energy. What if you can turn this temporary respite into [...]

By | March 1st, 2021|Blog, Century in the News|

Century Properties Group bond offering raises P3.0B in funds

Company returns to retail bond market with final demand more than twice oversubscribed   [March 1, 2021] The publicly-listed property developer Century Properties Group, Inc. (CPG:PM) has announced that it raised P3.0 billion in fresh funds from its latest bond offering, which was more than twice oversubscribed from the base offer. At the company’s virtual [...]

By | March 1st, 2021|Blog, Century in the News, Top News|

Robbie Antonio resigns from Century Properties Board

Jose Roberto R. Antonio has resigned as company director and member of the board of Century Properties Group. The CPG Board of Directors accepted the resignation of Antonio as CPG’s Co-Managing Director and Member of the Board, effective immediately, according to the company’s disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange on February 22, 2021. In his [...]

By | March 1st, 2021|Blog, Century in the News|

What Makes a Century Properties Condo Unit Worth It?

  It’s the million-dollar question many homebuyers ask – is buying a condo unit worth it? Some say yes, others might still be on the fence. If you’re leaning toward investing in a home of your own and living in a condo unit, keep in mind that there are factors you need to look into. [...]

By | February 24th, 2021|Blog, Century in the News|

Owning Your Century Properties Home Takes Only 8 Steps

The thought of coming home to your own space can inspire you to work harder, but in the same measure, thinking about the process of owning the home you’ve been eyeing can be worrisome. From finding the right property and securing a unit, to filing documents and making sure you have enough funds to pay [...]

By | February 19th, 2021|Blog|

Skyway Stage 3 Makes it Easier for You to Reach These Century Communities

Those buying a home know that location is the most important consideration one needs to make before making a final decision. How far is it from your workplace? Are there supermarkets nearby? It’s no secret that major roads in Metro Manila can instantly turn into parking lots during rush hour. Seeing the sea of red [...]

By | February 1st, 2021|Blog, Century in the News|

Homeowners Share What Makes Commonwealth by Century a Safe and Peaceful Community

What makes an ideal home? Many would say that you can’t pass up a property found in an accessible location while there are those who would consider having more than enough living space as the most important consideration. When it comes to choosing a home, you have to assess your options and pick the best [...]

By | January 18th, 2021|Blog, Century in the News|

Homeowners share why the balcony is a blessing this quarantine

  Photo 1: Spacious balconies at The Residences at Commonwealth in Quezon City gives you the open space you need within the comforts of home As the year draws to a close, we can’t help but look back on the year that was and look forward to the fresh start a new year [...]

By | December 1st, 2020|Blog|

Are You Experiencing Work-From-Home Burnout?

The first few weeks of the work-from-home setup came as a relief to many employees. Staying safe indoors and avoiding the heavy traffic were indeed welcome breaks. As we approach the seven-month mark of working from home, many have adjusted to the better normal by establishing new routines and carving out cozy yet functional workspaces [...]

By | November 27th, 2020|Blog|
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