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Kenneth Stern on Rugby, Real Estate, and RE/MAX

Published : July 30, 2018 Blog

When you ask young people what career they’d want to pursue, many would mention a career in healthcare or in law. It is also safe to bet that a good number of them would say a career in the creatives industry, particularly graphic design, while others would definitely want to become entrepreneurs. However, not a lot of young people would say that they’d want a career in real estate selling, which is why Kenneth Stern, Country Manager of global real estate brokerage firm RE/MAX Philippines, seems a bit of an exception…

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How to Build an Effective Personal Brand in Real Estate

Published : July 25, 2018 Blog

Investing in your personal brand is a no-nonsense way to generate awareness for your business, establish your reputation as a reliable professional, and stand out in your market. In association with Penbrothers, global real estate brokerage firm RE/MAX Philippines has recently organized a talk on personal branding and invited esteemed speakers to share their insights on the subject. Here, we summarize the speakers’ tips on how to build and cultivate an effective personal brand.

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Condos from Top Developers Perform Well in the Resale Market

Published : June 20, 2018 Article

If you plan to buy an investment condo anytime soon, better choose one from the country’s top property developers and those located in prime locations to ensure good high resale value years from now. This is according to data gathered by global real estate brokerage RE/MAX Philippines during their business roundtable held recently in Makati…

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Global Brokerage Bullish on Philippine Real Estate

Published : June 7, 2018 Article

Global real estate brokerage RE/MAX Philippines is positive on the local real estate market as it opens more offices across the country. According to RE/MAX country manager Kenneth Stern, the Philippine real estate market is set to perform well in 2018 on the back of record-amount remittance from overseas Filipino workers (OFW), which totaled $28.1 billion in 2017; foreign direct investment (FDI) inflow of $10 billion in 2017; and GDP growth of 6.7 percent…

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