A worthy alternative

/ 05:39 AM September 23, 2017

The island of Visayas is proving to be a better alternative for investments outside Metro Manila. Its growing economy, coupled with the people’s ingenuity, makes it a prime location for investors. In fact, it is already home to number of local and multinational companies.

Along with its fast-growing economy, the island’s beautiful coastlines and the warmth of its people has cemented its reputation as a top tourist destination.


So if you’re looking for your next property investment, here are two projects in the Visayas you might want to consider.



Arterra Residences

Arterra Residences takes cue from the fluidity of the elements air and wind, and the natural terrain of Cebu’s landscape, which the group of Casas + Architects used as an inspiration.

Located in Discovery Bay, Arterra Residences is at the edge of the famed diving destination in Mactan Island. Thus, owning a unit—whether it’s a studio, a one-bedroom, or a two-bedroom unit—gives you a private life by the sea.

It likewise stands as a wise investment, since it may be used as a personal residence or it can be rented out to tourists.

Residents and investors can further indulge in an exclusive country club life with Arterra’s membership-only North Point Peninsula and Resort Club. All unit owners and hotel guests can enjoy free membership.


La Alegria

La Alegria is a masterplanned lake residential community situated at the heart of historic Silay City in Negros Occidental.

Situated at the corner of Rizal Street and Silay-Patag Road in Barangay Rizal, this community brings you closer to life’s necessities. And on offer are more than a thousand residential lots with areas ranging from 150 sqm to 300 sqm, and 83 commercial lots with cuts of 500 sqm to 1,000 sqm.


Lake Aurora will be La Alegria’s centerpiece. Spanning over 5.76 hectares, Lake Aurora is a man-made lake with lakefront residential areas. Come home to the calming sight of tranquil waters as your view from the porch of your house.

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