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

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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.

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Exchange rates pushing real estate investments in the Philippines

US Dollars, Euro and Singapore Dollars investors can nowadays enjoy a strong currency exchange advantage. The mentioned currencies are now close to their historical peaks vs Philippine Pesos.

Our selected investments achieved annual property value growth 5 to 10% and 7 to 11% annual rental yields.

Either if you already thought about engaging real estate investments in the Philippines (you may enjoy now a 10 to 20% advantage) or you may be interested to explore new opportunities in a strongly emerging market, please get in touch with us.

Helyos is a real estate investment firm offering a independent advisory covering the best property selection and asset management after sales.

Residential property and facility management is our core business, with a proven experience generating very interesting rental yields and full 360° assistance to investors about their properties.

If would like to know more about us and our job, please visit www.helyos com.ph and our main business operations location in Metro Manila @helyosjazzmakati on Facebook.

Trip Advisor’s Certificate of Excellence 2017 to Helyos Hospitality

Helyos Hospitality just got this Certificate of Excellence 2017 by Trip Advisor. 

It is a significant achievement and a remarkable satisfaction for Helyos managing partners and all the staff, about our job of facility management and hospitality service.

Special thanks to our Guests! They are the ones suggesting to us every day how to do better our job and we will work hard to improve our service standards. 

Please visit our main Facebook page about our Hospitality business and set your like (if you like of course!)


The world’s biggest economies in 2017 and in 2050

The chart above shows the world’s 40 biggest economies individually, but grouped by colour into continents.The Asian bloc clearly has a larger share than anywhere else, representing just over a third (33.84%) of global GDP.  That’s compared to North America, which represents just over a quarter, at 27.95%. Europe comes third with just over one-fifth of global GDP (21.37%). Together, these three blocs generate more than four-fifths (83.16%) of the world’s total output.Brazil’s economy has contracted in the last year by 3.5%, the only one in the top 10 to do so.

The charts below show the world we should expect in the future, basing on PWC report released in February 2017.
Sources: World Economic Forum and PWC report.