Avida sets pace in South Luzon

Ayala-owned Avida Land is setting the pace in residential property developments in Southern Luzon with the expansion of its 21-hectare project in Batangas, its seventh in the province.

With 20 projects across Batangas, Cavite and Laguna spanning a total of 690 hectares, Avida has become one of the largest property developers in Southern Luzon.

Get to learn more from The Philippine Star through link below:

http://www.philstar.com/real-estate/2017/04/07/1688575/avida-sets-pace-south-luzon

The Lure of Luxury

Philippine property is booming. Plus the luxury sector is particularly buoyant. Uptake is reported to be high, which is a reflection of the state of the economy. GDP has increased by 7.1 percent for the third quarter of 2016. This is higher than either of the first two quarters.

Additionally the luxury segment is not influenced by budget restraints. However developers are unable to keep up with demand that is dominated mainly in the business districts particularly in Taguig and Makati.

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The lure of luxury

Professionals Thought Leader: Mike Jugo on the Rise in Demand for Mixed-Use Estate

Mike Jugo, head of sales of Ayala Land’s Residential Business Group, recognizes the need to build large-scale, master-planned, mixed-use estates.

These mixed-use communities, he says, not only seek to satisfy the evolving lifestyle of homeseekers who continue to demand for an increasingly level of convenience, but also offer investors good potential for capital appreciation.

Ayala Land is one of the country’s leading real estate developers pushing to bring together residential units, commercial buildings and offices in these master-planned, integrated, mixed-use communities.

The Ayala Land executive shares with us more of his thoughts on the rise in demand for mixed-use estates and why these are good investments.

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Thought Leader: Mike Jugo on the Rise in Demand for Mixed-Use Estate

Live, Work, Play: Updates on some of Metro Manila’s Mixed-use Projects

Because the real estate industry’s appetite for new land to develop is insatiable, a growing number of master-planned, mixed-use projects are currently being constructed in many parts of Metro Manila.

MyProperty.ph takes a look at some of these future self-contained “mini-cities” to see their progress.

Read more at : http://www.myproperty.ph/blog/property-profile/live-work-play-updates-metro-manilas-mixed-use-projects

Ayala, Filinvest eye Middle East projects

Real estate giants Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) and Filinvest Land Inc. (FLI) are eyeing projects that would cater to millions of Filipinos working in the Middle East as per Charito Plaza, director general of the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA).

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http://www.philstar.com/business/2016/11/24/1646719/ayala-filinvest-eye-middle-east-projects

 

Millenials offer opportunities for growth

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For the last five years millenials have been shaping up the real estate industry. Although a fickle and high risk market, the returns can also be quite rewarding.

Whether millenials choose to rent or purchase a home or unit, this market segment can comprise a highly lucrative market, offering numerous opportunities for further growth and expansion.

Although renting has become the more practical choice, millennials also have factors to consider should they decide to buy their own property instead.
And their choice would hands down be a condominium unit as per Enrique Soriano III,  director of real estates of the Ateneo program.

So what then are the biggest considerations of today’s millennials when they hunt for their own crib?

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http://business.inquirer.net/219240/millennials-offer-opportunities-for-growth#ixzz4QokY56ok

Revolutionizing Active Living in Vermosa

Ayala Land furthers its thrust of promoting a healthy and active lifestyle by rallying a new breed of athletes as it unveiled another exciting spectacle—the Vermosa Active Revolution—to be held on December 3 and 4 inside the 700-hectare master-planned, mixed-use estate development in Cavite.

Residential as well as commercial land in Vermosa is also offered by developer Ayala Land. For more info on the properties for sale inside Vermosa, shoot an email to askiceldy@gmail.com

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Revolutionizing Active Living in Vermosa

 

 

 

The joy of living beyond urban centers

Most first time homebuyers are faced with the same question: should I get a single family house in a subdivision, or a unit in a high-rise residential tower?

If you have a budget of around 2 Million, you can already get a single family home far outside of Metro Manila and Metro Cebu to suit your requirements and tastes. Some buyers would still choose convenience, they would invest it on a stylish condo unit within city centers.

Although number of residential tower developments are increasing within many urban centers, there are those who would still choose the traditional house lot when it comes to home options, “said Romarico Alvarez, chair of PA properties.

And because of this some property developers are developing properties to cater to those buyers who would chose to have a single family house outside city centers.

One of which is Avida, a wholly-owned subsidiary of property giant Ayala Land, is developing a 22-hectare Avida Parkfield Settings Pulilan (located along Old Cagayan Valley Road, Brgy. Taal in Bulacan).

Get to learn more of these property developers and its property location outside city centers from Inquirer article below.

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Ayala Land to triple real estate portfolio by 2020

“As part of its investment program ALI targets to triple its real estate portolio by 2020.”

 

MANILA, Philippines – Property giant Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) aims to triple its real estate portfolio by 2020 as part of an investment program to boost its net income to P40 billion in  the next six years.

In a briefing with analysts, ALI unveiled its six-year business plan which will see its inventory of shopping malls , office buildings and  hotel rooms grow threefold by 2020 from its 2013 capacity.

This translates to 3.6 million square meters of shopping space, 1.8 million sqm of office space, as well as 6,000 hotel and resort keys.

ALI, which developed the Makati business district, has  earmarked a record high P100.3 billion for capital spending this year to bankroll its  aggressive expansion program aimed at growing its net income by an average of 20 percent annually.

Of the total programmed budget, P37.4 billion will go to the construction of residential projects, P31.5 billion for land acquisition, P14.7 billion for new mall developments, P5 billion for new office buildings, P2.8 billion for hotels, and P8.9 billion for others.

Based on the current completion schedule, ALI will grow its office space by an average of 16.4 percent annually from 2014 to 2019. Shopping space is projected to expand 17.4 percent  annually from 2014 to 2017.

Hotel and resort keys are expected  to grow at an annual average of 14.4 percent from 2014 to 2019.  This includes 497,000 sqm of shopping center space, 693,000 sqm of office space, and 2,066 hotel and resorts keys.

ALI said most of the sites for these expansion are already in place, making these targets more feasible.

To support its robust growth trajectory, ALI will continue to launch projects aggressively as well as capitalize on its  8,639 hectares of landbank across the country.

Last year, ALI reported a net income of P14.8 billion or 26 percent higher than 2013 on the back of hefty revenues from its residential offerings and shopping centers.

ALI has five residential brands — Ayala Land Premier which caters to the high end segment of the property market, Alveo (upper middle class), Avida (middle-income), Amaia (low-cost) and Bella Vita (socialized housing).

It  is the property firm of conglomerate Ayala Corp., which also has interests in  utilities (Manila Water Co. Inc.), telecommunications (Globe Telecom Inc.), semiconductors (Integrated Microelectronics Inc.), banking (Bank of the Philippine Islands), and education (LiveIt Investments), among others.

Read More: http://www.philstar.com/business/2015/02/23/1426521/ayala-land-triple-real-estate-portfolio-2020