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Elan Vital Enclaves: Distinctive Return on Investments

By Manila Standard Today | Nov. 30, 2013 at 12:01am

RECOGNIZING the current real estate market’s demand for something beyond the typical residential product, Jacinto Ng Jr. of the Asia United Bank (AUB) and Rebisco Group of Companies embarked on a new property development company – Elanvital Enclaves.

 Elan Vital enclaves series' typical resort-like club house

“The economic growth in the Philippines has been bolstered by OFW remittances and jobs generated by the flourishing Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry the Jacinto group are bent on participating further in the real estate development front.

In a statement, Ng said that “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.

But on top of the increasing growth of the property sector, AUB-Rebisco Group’s latest residential enclave development in Dasmarinas, Cavite, Nostalgi Enclave “is not just an investment with a monetary return but likewise an investment in family and community, in building homes and creating memories”. Ng explained

Under its Elanvital Enclaves brand, Nostalji Enclave forms part of the company’s real estate development thrust of building and creating residential enclaves or communities.

“As Filipinos look for higher ROI’s, their initial investment is usually a place to call home”, Ng said.

“We want Elanvital Enclaves to be their partner, and Nostalji Enclave to be their first stop in creating a portfolio of classy yet affordable housing abodes within the confines of a highly secured yet nature friendly commune”, Ng added .

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 family bonding and values.



 

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