People planning to purchase a new home have a lot to consider, as prices of residential real estate properties have increased by as much as 33% from January 2017 to October 2018. This is according to data from the country’s leading property portal, Property24.
“Because of the numerous residential listings that we have on OLX and Property24, we have access to data that can help consumers make an informed decision if and when they decide to purchase and sell real estate properties,” says Property24 head of real estate Tina Bautista.
Citi is awarded Best Foreign Bank in the Philippines for the 20th year in a row in the Finance Asia Annual Country Awards for Achievement.
The annual awards recognize the best financial services firms in Asia. Citi Philippines CEO Aftab Ahmed with the award (2nd from right) celebrates with (from left) Treasury & Trade Solutions head Arlene Nethercott, Markets & Securities Services head and country treasurer Paul Favila, Consumer Bank head Manoj Varma and Corporate Banking head Vikram Singh.
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JC Nazareth (2nd from left) has been declared as the lucky winner in a recently concluded AXA promotion, which granted him a free trip to Shanghai, China, to catch the NBA China Games 2018 featuring the Dallas Mavericks and the Philadelphia 76ers.
Photo shows Nazareth with AXA Philippines president and CEO Rahul Hora (2nd from left), chief customer officer Amor Balagtas (rightmost), and chief distribution officer Marie Raymundo (leftmost).
As part of the promo, contestants underwent AXA’s Financial Needs Analysis service or took the AXA Health Risk Score test on its website https://www.axa.com.ph/efna.
It has been almost a decade since The Itchyworms performed in the city-state of Singapore. The now-iconic Marina Bay Sands was still under construction, for one, and Universal Studios was probably still in blueprints.
The last time the band was there in 2008, they performed in a double bill with Marcus Adoro. First, to serve as his backup band, playing songs from his seminal solo album, Markus Highway, and second, to play their own songs. The night ended in an epic extended jam on old Eraserheads songs.
The years have only made the band’s wanderlust — itch, to borrow from their name — for Singapura that much more insistent. The hunger for the hawker holy grail that is authentic laksa is quite real, and so is the thirst for performing in front of new audiences, such as Singapore’s music-loving folk, whether expats or locals.
Now, the band will finally get to scratch their decade-old itch for Singapore! The Itchyworms have partnered with the awesome people of Pinoy-powered events group Requiem Rising SG, to bring you an extraordinary one-night only musical experience. On 03 November, all paths lead to Hero’s Bar. Whether your hankering is for food, drink, or really good music, it’s sure to be satisfied.