Smart home choices for the hardworking
There remains a market in the housing sector that is largely untapped and unserved.
The reality is that, amid talks of a bustling economy and an equally upbeat property sector, there is still a large segment of the Filipino population who has yet to realize their dreams of buying their first homes, titled under their own names.
In this respect, success in the real estate sector cannot be fully claimed—at least, not yet. And unless every hardworking Filipino is able to gain access to a basic right as housing, inclusive growth cannot also be fully realized.
This is where real estate firms like leading mass housing developer 8990 Holdings Inc. are expected to play a crucial role. The trailblazing efforts of 8990 Holdings in the mass housing scene have allowed the company to serve as enablers of the society, giving Filipinos a new hope to fulfill their dream of owning a decent, quality home.
Over the years, 8990 Holdings has successfully created several brands, designed to cater to specific segments. These projects are being built with the comfort and convenience of end users in mind, and are being designed to provide families and individuals an enhanced lifestyle they deserve.
Here is 8990’s portfolio of products, which has allowed the company to carve a niche, gain the respect of the industry and its stakeholders, and make a difference in the country’s thrust for nation building.
URBAN DECA HOMES
The Urban Deca Homes brand comprises of low-cost residential developments or medium rise buildings (MRB). An MRB building starts at four storeys and could go as high as eight to 12 storeys, all of which are equipped with elevators.
8990 Holdings puts up these MRBs in central areas of highly urban locations such as Metro Manila, Metro Cebu, and Davao. Such developments are usually within walking distance to major public transportation routes for better accessibility.
Projects under this brand include the Urban Deca Homes Campville in Muntinlupa City; Urban Deca Homes Hampton in Cavite; and its first large scale, mixed use development Urban Deca Homes Manila. The latter is currently 8990 Holdings’ largest development in Metro Manila.
URBAN DECA TOWERS
Urban Deca Tower uses the “micro living” concept, providing weekday accommodation for low- to mid-income commuters who typically spend two to four hours commuting to work from their homes in the outlying neighborhoods of Metro Manila. Urban Deca Tower Edsa is 8990’s first building under the Urban Deca Tower brand.
A typical 13-sqm unit would have a bathroom and a combination sleeping/living/dining area suited for occupancy by one to two people. The lower floors of the building feature common areas and commercial areas. The buildings are usually located in dense urban areas with easy access to major transportation routes and which are near central business districts.
DECA HOMES RESORTS AND RESIDENCES
8990 also develops residential projects that include single-attached house-and-lot units with amenities including a clubhouse, swimming pool, basketball courts, a chapel, a commercial center, and a wakeboard park.
Deca Homes Resort and Residences in Davao, Deca Clark Resort and Residences, as well as Deca Homes Iloilo Pavia all offer homeowners access to these wakeboard parks.
Housing units under the Deca Homes Brand include horizontal mass housing development projects. These residential subdivisions are located on the fringe areas of major metropolitan areas nationwide, aside from Metro Manila. Projects under the Deca Homes brand can be found in Cavite, Pampanga, Bulacan, Cebu, Iloilo, Bacolod, Davao, and General Santos City.
These subdivisions include a gated fence and security personnel. In addition, some projects feature one or more of the following leisure facilities: a wakeboard park, swimming pool, basketball court, clubhouse or multipurpose hall, church and commercial market, among others.
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