Real Estate and Livable Cities on Final Pitch Season 5

TV shows featuring home makeover are popular in other countries. It feels great to watch shows that gives hope and offers solution for an organized and clutter-free home.

Speaking of reality shows, the previous season of the Final Pitch, the country’s first and only business reality television show, focused on various technology startups and SMEs pitching their businesses to investor judges for funding. This time, real estate-related deals and solutions for the property sector will be the highlight.

Final Pitch has launched its 5th season and will begin airing early next year. The Final Pitch Season 5 will feature landowners and entrepreneurs who will pitch their properties and businesses to a panel of investor-judges who are looking to own a piece of their properties or companies.

"For the first time ever, we will be producing a season with a theme. The Final Pitch Season 5: Real Estate and Livable Cities Edition will be the first season focused on real estate projects, urban solutions, and property technologies that contribute to the livability and sustainability of our cities" said John Aguilar, serial entrepreneur creator and host of the show. Aguilar is also the CEO of Dragon’s Nest, a startup venture builder that will be building the ASEAN region’s next exponential startups.
The show will also feature startups who will pitch businesses that make for livable cities - green and sustainable building materials and technologies, clean energy, all the way to smart home and proptech (property technology) startups. Entrepreneurs who pitch their enterprise, service or invention must have at least a minimum viable product or prototype. Businesses that provide solutions that improve people’s quality of living, particularly those that address safety, hygiene, healthcare, the environment, recreation, public transport and access to goods and services will also be considered.

Meet the Investor judges and mentors

The show’s panel of investor judges is a mix of property developers, businessmen, and corporate leaders keen on exploring new enterprises that can complement their businesses, integrate effectively into their value chain, allow them to diversify their portfolio, or enable them to create meaningful impact through strategic initiatives and interventions.

The 5th season’s judges are real estate movers:

1. Victor Consunji, CEO of Victor Consunji Development Corporation, an innovative developer of homes and modern neighborhoods

2. Cary Lagdameo, First Vice President of Davao-based Damosa Land Inc., the real estate arm of the Anflo group of companies

3. Cesar Wee Jr., President of Wee Community Developers Inc., one of the fastest growing premium residential developers in the country

4. Jet Yu, founder and CEO of Prime Philippines, one of the youngest and most aggressive real-estate
consultancy firms in the country. In the mix to look for livable cities solutions and technologies is

5. George Royeca, Chief Transport Advocate of Angkas.

In turn, the show’s mentors, who will guide the finalists in the different aspects of their business proposals with Amor Maclang, Public Engagement head of the Urban Land Institute and co-founder of GeiserMaclang Marketing Communications Inc., and Hardy Lipana, President and
CEO of Conveyance Realty Services Inc.

Interested property owners and entrepreneurs who want to pitch their property, solution or
startup may log on to Deadline for submission is by November 11,

The Final Pitch airs Sundays at 8 pm, with replays every Monday at 9:30 pm and Saturdays 1
pm on CNN Philippines. The show is produced by Streetpark Productions, Inc. To view past
seasons and to find out how you can get involved in future seasons, log on to


  1. Maganda ito miss marj madami pang natutunan dito about home makeover..


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