Every Filipino dreams of owning a home one day, and it is not a purchase that one makes lightly. It is a major decision for most Filipinos because every aspiring homeowner desires to purchase a home that they can pass on as a legacy to their children.
Calmar Land Development Corp. (CLDC), one of the largest developers in Southern Luzon, aims to help Filipinos living in the provinces of Quezon, Laguna, and Batangas find a home through its Promesa projects by addressing the major considerations potential homeowners might have when looking for a home.
Promesa offers two house models — a townhouse, and a duplex, measuring at 44 sqm and 84 sqm, just the right size for independent individuals and starting or small families.
Available in Family Starter and Complete series, a Promesa home ranges from P900,000 to around P1.5 million and can be availed through Pag-IBIG or bank financing.
It has a clubhouse, an open-air recreational area for families, and children’s play area. There is also a jogging path to encourage a healthy and active lifestyle.
Families would want to go home to a vibrant and nurturing community to provide a healthy environment to come home to. Promesa’s colorful palette for the homes inspires happiness in its residents and makes it a relaxing place to come home to.
The first project, Promesa Pila in Laguna, is strategically located in Barangay Bagong Pook, Pila, Laguna. It is located a few kilometers away from the town plaza, places of worship, schools, and a commercial center.
Living in a safe and secure environment is a must when looking for a house. The village is gated with a guard house and a perimeter fence to ensure the safety and security of its residents.
“The Promesa brand is our way of helping independent individuals, starting or small families fulfill their dreams of owning their own home. Its affordability makes it a worthwhile legacy to impart to their families in generations to come. As what Promesa stands for, it is a promise to make every breadwinner’s dream to provide a home for their familybecome a reality,” said Raymond Alonso, COO of CLDC.
Since its launch, Promesa Pila continues to enjoy market acceptance that it is expected to sell out by 2019. This turnout is brought by the demand for housing that stands at 6.6 million, a backlog that the developer aims to address as part of its social endeavor in the country.
Soon, another project under the brand will rise in the province of Quezon.