Successive periods of remarkable growth, coupled with upgrades in the investment rating of the Philippines, have led to high optimism in local industries, especially the growing real estate section.
The real estate industry accounts for 11% of the country’s total gross domestic product (GDP) with the residential sector accounting for more than 50% of the total revenue.
Recognizing the market’s demand for something beyond the typical residential product, Mr. Jacinto Ng Jr. of the AUB and Rebisco Group of Companies embarked on a new property development company – Elanvital Enclaves.
“The economic growth in the Philippines has been bolstered by OFW remittances and jobs generated by outsourcing, and we at Elanvital Enclaves are excited to fill a niche in property development that has yet to be addressed. Nostalji Enclave is not just an investment with a monetary return. It is an investment in family and community, in building homes and creating memories,” states Ng.
Nostalji Enclave located in progressive Dasmariñas, Cavite, is in close proximity to essential facilities such as commercial areas, hospitals and schools. Aside from its prime location, it boasts of features not commonly found in other properties, highlighting its unique selling proposition: real estate built on the foundation of traditional Filipino values.
Two- and three-bedroom homes and townhouses are surrounded by amenities designed for family bonding: recreational parks ringed with jogging paths, picnic groves, swimming pools, clubhouse, chapel, playing courts and amenities designed for traditional Filipino games such as patintero and piko. Safety, security and efficiently designed utilities accompany every investment made in Nostalji Enclave.
“As Filipinos look for higher ROI’s, their initial investment is usually a place to call home. We want Elanvital Enclaves to be their partner, and Nostalji Enclave to be their first stop in creating a portfolio of memories worth more than any investment. We want to make sure that every hard earned centavo is worth it, and what makes it more worth it than family?”