If you live in the Philippines, you may have noticed the growing number of residential communities springing up in the country. From high-rise condominiums to posh, secured themed houses; these communities serve as a reflection of a country’s progressive growth. You might even be looking for a place to settle in here! To help you out on being part of the Philippines’ rising community, here are three of its Housing Development Giants that you might want to land a lease on.
SM Development Corp. Projects
With SM malls constantly growing out of the woodworks, SM Development Corporation (SMDC) hopes to do the same with their residential and housing projects. Led by Henry Sy Jr., SMDC has planned and executed various condominiums and housing units all over the metro. SMDC has even targeted different market levels, offering a wide variety of units for all walks of life. This can also be seen in its effective marketing strategy, which makes use of popular celebrity endorsers (like the beautiful Anne Curtis) and taking advantage of having the largest showroom in the country (found in their Mall of Asia grounds). From student residential sites such as the Blue and Green (for Ateneo and De La Salle) Residences, to exotic and beautiful gated subdivisions like Lindenwood Residences, SMDC has got it all!
SM Group’s rival in mall services, and now in real estate, Ayala Land brings a touch of class in housing development programs in the Philippines. The key feature of Ayala Land’s various housing projects is their thrust on eco-living. This can be seen in one of its major communities, the clean and green NUVALI. The eco-centered community doesn’t only have well-designed structures, it also has a man-made lake and wild open fields. The green and well-maintained fields are mainly used for sport and recreational events.
Camella Homes’ many housing and residential products all have one thing in mind – the Filipino Family. Their homes and units are designed in such a way that comfort and practicality isn’t lost. As seen in their well-known commercials which focuses on family life, Camella Homes is technically an extension of a family. Their projects also caters to different markets. Springville, Colina and Merida homes are just samples of the many subdivision projects they have.
The Philippines’ three housing development giants each offer unique projects. SMDC shows it can be as diverse as its main malls. Ayala Land focuses on nature. Camella Homes makes the common Filipino family proud. Know which housing development group suits you, in order to help you get that home.