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8990 Holdings committed to providing affordable shelter for the socialized class

/ 12:02 AM April 18, 2015
ECONOMIC townhouse unit selling at P900,000/unit

ECONOMIC townhouse unit selling at P900,000/unit

The real estate development in the Philippines is booming not only in Metro Manila but also across the country. Especially remarkable is the property development growth in Pampanga.

One of the largest developments of affordable housing is the Deca Clark Resort and Residences (DCRR) in Angeles, Pampanga. Located on JP Laurel Avenue, Barangay Margot, DCRR is just beside Clark Airfield and about five minutes away from Clark’s Friendship Gate.


This is one of the many good projects of publicly listed firm, 8990 Holdings Inc. It also expresses a soaring note of the company’s commitment to continue its main thrust of providing affordable shelter and dwelling opportunities for the socialized class.

Affordable houses

Under the Deca Homes brand name, DCRR is a 55-hectare residential property development providing affordable houses with the largest market coverage, the lowest equity and monthly amortization, and easy move-in policy with no hidden cost. The buyers can choose from a two-story rowhouse type unit (42 square meters) ranging from P575,000 to P610,000.00 and two-story townhouse- (51 sq m) type unit at an average price of P900,000, to a bigger lot (100 sq m) two-bedroom, single-attached/bungalow priced at P1.25 million.

DCRR has amenities that can usually be found on middle-class type residential development like a semi Olympic-sized swimming pool, basketball courts for all 11 phases, 24-hour security, clubhouse and a church. But above all, DCRR is the home of Deca Clark Wake Board Park, the newest adrenaline-pumping water sport attraction in North Luzon covering almost five hectares of the project.

This ultimate fun-filled stop in Angeles, Pampanga, is open to the public and is open all year around. With close proximity to an international airport, dining shops and stores of SM,

SOCIALIZED two-story rowhouse selling at P611,000/unit

SOCIALIZED two-story rowhouse selling at P611,000/unit

Clark duty-free goods, a visit to the Deca Park is great, and travel is easy via SCTEx and NLEx.

I was able to explore the residential development with Hermilo Gonzales, the DCRR general manager who toured me around the wakeboard park and the completed residential houses. By the time the development is completed, there will be over 4,000 houses spaciously spread around the 55-hectare property.

Check out Deca Clark when it airs on Philippine Realty TV this Sunday at 10 p.m. on ANC. It will be featured in the country’s first and longest-running real estate and construction TV show. Philippine Realty TV premieres its 13th season with a mix of features and stories that are sure to set the tone for the real estate and construction industries this year. Together with me, the show is hosted by Miriam Quiambao and Anthony Pangilinan.

First episode


To start off the first episode, I go on a road trip up north to Pampanga to visit fast-rising affordable housing developer 8990 Holdings’ Deca Clark Resort and Residences, a unique project that features a world-class wakeboarding facility. Under the brand Deca Homes, publicly listed 8990 Holdings’ projects throughout Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao will soon be featured on Philippine Realty TV as the show visits its other projects in Metro Manila, Iloilo, Cebu, Davao and General Santos.

INTERIOR living space of DCRR home

INTERIOR living space of DCRR home

Golf takes center stage with the coverage of the fist Wilcon Cup, held at the Wack Wack Golf and Country Club. The tournament is the first of what will be an annual golf tournament organized by Wilcon Depot for its industry partners for the benefit of the Wilcon Foundation and the Crocodylus Porosus Philippines.

Philippine Realty TV’s executive producer John Aguilar visits the recently concluded Worldbex held at the World Trade Center to find out the latest innovations in the building and construction industries.

Finally, Anthony Pangilinan discovers the collateral documents needed to take out a housing loan with BPI Family Savings Bank, as well as the importance of how the collateral documents are collected upon full payment of the loan.

Philippine Realty TV premieres Sundays at 10 PM, with replays Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. and Sundays at 10 a.m. on ANC. The show is produced by Streetpark Productions. Visit to learn more about the show and view past episodes.

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