Filipino Homes now in Mandaue City

 

To keep pace with the growing demand of real estate in Cebu in general and Mandaue City in particular, property listing site Filipino Homes recently opened in Mandaue City. The office is located at the J Centre Mall and is franchise of Skyscraper Realty, a Cebu-based startup brokerage firm that focuses in condominium sales. The new branch, formally opened last May 8, 2017, is the 22nd Filipino Homes facility in the country and the eighth in Cebu.

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In a recent development, Mandaue City will be home to two of the biggest coming master-planned communities in Cebu–the 17.5-hectare Gatewalk Central, a joint venture of Ayala Land Inc. and AboitizLand, and the 20-hectare Mandani Bay of Hongkong Land and Taft Properties.“The widespread construction boom happening in the country, Mandaue is developing into more than just the industrial capital of Cebu. Over the years, Mandaue’s economic growth has exponentially surged in terms of construction and property development,” in a statement released by the company.

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Filipino Homes is a network of 13,000 agents and has offices in Cagayan de Oro, Butuan, Metro Manila, General Santos, Iloilo, and Cebu, among others. In Cebu, it has offices in Lapu-Lapu City, Mandaue City, Cebu City , Talisay City, Carcar City, and Liloan.

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Anthony Leuterio, Filipino Homes president and chief executive officer, said the country’s construction and real estate sectors will continue to flourish over the next nine years. He added that Filipino Homes currently markets and sells over 1,000 real estate projects nationwide, with roughly 30 to 40 new projects added monthly.

 

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