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The Resilience of the Real-Estate Industry in the Face of a Pandemic Apr 28, 2020

IT should be business as usual for [property] investors,” said Prof. Enrique Soriano III, Wong + Bernstein Advisory Group’s executive director, in a recent interview on the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and corresponding enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) protocol to the real-estate industry.

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Fifty Liloan Residents Graduate from AboitizLand’s Skills Training Mar 28, 2018

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Endangered ‘Pawikan’ Gets Protection Mar 18, 2020

The Philippines is home to five out of seven species of sea turtles or pawikan that can be found in the world. Sea turtles play an important role in keeping the oceans healthy by nourishing seagrass beds and coral reefs. However, as human activity increases, sea turtle populations have become endangered.

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AboitizLand Sustains ECQ Relief Operations in Luzon Host Communities Apr 29, 2020

As the battle against Covid-19 continues, the commitment to give back to its host communities has become even more evident for AboitizLand. 

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AboitizLand Seafront supports earth-friendly sailing Apr 19, 2020

LEADING property developer AboitizLand partners with the Philippine Inter-Island Sailing Federation (Phinsaf) in the recent 20th Philippine Hobie Challenge to sail from San Juan, Batangas to Boracay Island.

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AboitizLand Launches Ajoya Pampanga Aug 9, 2019

REAL estate developer AboitizLand continues to expand in Central Luzon with the launch of Ajoya in Pampanga.
The mid-market residential development is the third Ajoya community to be launched in Central Luzon within a year, and AboitizLand’s fifth residential project in Luzon.

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AboitizLand Introduces Contactless Homebuying Apr 15, 2020

Real estate developer AboitizLand Inc. recently offered digital-based home buying options to their clients who want to accelerate the property buying process from the safety of their homes.

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AboitizLand: A family’s legacy of excellence Nov 18, 2019

In the beginning, the Aboitiz Group viewed land as a passive investment, something that does not generate impressive returns compared to its other enterprises, until the company decided to take the first step in real estate in Central Philippines, winning over investors and doubters alike.

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