Is Bitcoin just the next bubble or a new, transnational currency?

Most of the main steps forward in the human and science evolutions happened facing strong ostracism and skepticism of authorities and experts. For sure it’s currently the most attractive and discussed financial business.

http://fortune.com/2017/12/06/bitcoin-price-13000/

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Philippine investment boom stands out in Southeast Asia

Investment firing up adds another engine to the economy, headed for a sixth year of growth exceeding 6 percent and among the world’s best performers.

Government plan is to build a network of railroads and highways across the archipelago in an ambitious $180 billion infrastructure program.

https://www-bloomberg-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.bloomberg.com/amp/news/articles/2017-11-28/an-investment-boom-in-philippines-leaves-neighbors-in-the-dust

A new “fresher” image for Helyos

Almost three years ago we started up our business in the Philippines. We therefore like to celebrate with a new image our upgrade from a micro start-up to a SME.

Our core business Real Estate Investment and Management is doing very good.

Here are a few numbers about us:

140+ residential properties under management, generating rental yields from short (average 15%) and medium/long term lease (average 85%)

95% total average occupancy rate

10+ % net ROI from rentals

100% properties re-sold to third parties investors, 98% kept under management

95% satisfied investors and clients

2017 Trip Advisor Excellence Award for our hospitality service

Our next targets:

1. Starting a new stage of residential real estate investment activity, according to our business model

2. Increasing the number of units under management up to 300 by the end of 2018

3. Extending operations from Makati City to Taguig City and Pasay City, in Metro Manila

4. Increasing 100% our workforce by 2018

5. Upgrading our company’s legal structure and offices

Stay tuned and get in touch if you like to know some more about us!

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PH Economy Grows 6.9% in 3Q 2017

Surpassing expectations, the Philippine economy grew by 6.9 percent in the third quarter from year-ago levels, up from the 6.7-percent growth rate it recorded in the preceding quarter, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported.

Driven by strong manufacturing, trade, real estate and renting-related business activities, the uptick in GDP made the country among the fastest-growing economies in the region.

https://www.entrepreneur.com.ph/news-and-events/ph-economy-grows-6-9-in-3q-surpassing-china-but-outpaced-by-vietnam-a00178-20171116?utm_source=Facebook-Entrep&utm_medium=Ownshare&utm_campaign=20171116-fbnp-news-and-events-by-vietnam-fbfirst