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Is It Safe to Invest in Property During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

A licensed broker shares her thoughts on today's real estate climate.

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Photography: (L) Ayala Land Premier (R) Unsplash

Letting go of money, even for a logical invesment, can make anyone think twice especially since the Philippine economy has been in recession due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic; however, there are still viable places where you can put your hard-earned cash without having you lose sleep over it. Property is one of them.

"Unlike other assets that deprecieate easily...real estate continues to hold value, whether it may be pre-selling, brand new, or used property," explains Ayala Land Premier account manager and licensed broker Mia Bianca David Nunga. 

Check out the video below to help guide you through securing your own space even during this unprecedented time:

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