Philippine Stock Market Research

The 2017 Philippine Property Sector Report

February 5, 2017


Our Special Report this week is the Philippine Property Sector in 2017.  Coming from 2009 when the sector was just starting to get bullish, the once strong five pillars of the property sector are now threatened by developments and reversal of trends.

There is however one major prospect that has been existing and even growing since 2001.  However, this is not as appetizing profitability-wise as the benefits from other businesses are bigger to propertycos’ bottom-lines.

The Special Report uniquely shows the profitability and leverage positions of ALI, FLI, MEG, RLC, SMPH and VLL broken down into the four main businesses of

Residential Development

Retail Leasing

Commercial Leasing


This reveals why most of these stocks scrambled into mall development in early 2000s and into BPO office space development in the past decade.

The property stocks’ consolidated profitability and financial condition performance are also presented along with discount to NAVS and market valuations.  Only one property stock is the most resilient against new developments and reversal of trends.  There are others though that have less hits and can still be relied on for returns.



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