Holiday cheer came early to top-of-mind real estate provider Amaia Land Corporation when it completed more than 300 units in its developments located in Northern provinces: Amaia Scapes Bulacan; Amaia Scapes Pampanga; Amaia Scapes Capas; Amaia Scapes Urdaneta in Pangasinan; Amaia Scapes San Fernando; and Amaia Scapes Cabanatuan in Nueva Ecija.

It even gets better: this Christmas season, the leading property developer is set to start construction of more than 100 units in its developments located in Northern provinces.

“This season of goodwill, we can’t think of a more rewarding way to give back to the community than the timely completion and delivery of superior-quality abodes to our future residents,” MDC says. “This also reinforces our commitment to making quality home living more accessible to even more Filipinos.”

Amaia Land offers spacious, well-designed homes that suit the varied tastes and requirements of its clients, who likewise take delight in the developments’ fully functional amenities, such as swimming pools and village pavilions, knowing that these are meant to afford them a more leisurely lifestyle.

This year, Amaia has already completed its amenities such as village pavilion, basketball court, children’s playground and swimming pool in most of its North Luzon projects giving its much-valued homeowners venues for celebrating family milestones and for fostering friendly ties with their friends and neighbours.

As it enables Filipino families to own affordable yet quality homes, Amaia Land commits to building sustainable communities that support comfortable lives today and in many years to come. Amaia CARES for life, the living, and the spaces around it.

Amaia Land brings the dream of owning a home closer to ordinary Filipinos by offering pocket-friendly payment options: cash, deferred cash, and bank financing.

For inquiries about Amaia developments, check out www.amaialand.com

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