With the current situation of the country and abroad, the global markets have been affected with the COVID 19 pandemic effects to the World Economy. There are current job losses, missed opportunities and money being lost brought about by such health crisis. All industries are dependent on Real Estate Market and are heavily connected with the national economy. In our recent post last February on the Philippine economic outlook for 2020, The Philippines had slowed down and has dipped to -7.3 % based from reports from Asian Development Bank. Contractions have been seen and felt all throughout the closure of the archipelago since March 16, 2020 to June 30, 2020 (Enhanced Community Quarantine) and the post lifting of ECQ to Modified General Community Quarantine in July 2020. A lot of businesses were affected with closures particularly the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) sector, hotel / tourism sector, airline and travel sector. Other sectors have were also affected with this great pandemic which contributed to the negative dip of the world economy in general. These industries are co-existing and reliant with each other and the real estate sector at the same time. In a recent reports from PSA released last month, says "The Philippines records a GDP growth rate of -11.5 percent in the third quarter of 2020".