Pabahay for Every Juan: A Partnership for the Future

Pabahay for Every Juan
Pabahay for Every Juan: A Partnership for the Future

 

Two (2) years after the pandemic, MyCitiHomes in partnership with the Subdivision and Housing Developers Association, Inc. (SHDA) and the Department of Human Development Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD), gathered together during SHDA’s 30th Annual National Developers Convention held at Grand Hyatt Manila in Taguig City last October 5 and 6, 2022 with the theme “Change-Proofing the Industry: Building Homes for the Filipino, Today and Tomorrow” The event was privileged enough to be graced by Honorable Senator Joseph Victor Ejercito, the principal sponsor of the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD).

 

MyCitiHomes DHSUD SHDA addressing housing
MyCitiHomes DHSUD SHDA

 

Pabahay for Every Juan: A Partnership for the Future.

DHSUD Secretary Hon. Jose Rizalino Acuzar, discussed the current administrations’ Pambansang Pabahay Program which aims to build 6 Million homes for the next six (6) years. Ambitious as it seems Secretary Acuzar, being a former housing developer himself explained how the detailed framework of the department can work for benefit of both private developers and Local Government Units in achieving a seemingly far fetched goal of Zero Informal Settler Families (ISF) by 2028.

 

MyCitiHomes has always been at the forefront in building
sustainable and responsible housing communities here in the Philippines. 

Making the company standout from other developers, with their unique way of  developing residential communities. Incorporating Solar Panels and Rain Water Harvest Tanks in each of the houses, not only helping  Filipinos save money but also aid in environmental preservation. In line with this, the Vision of MyCitiHomes aligns with that of SHDA and DHSUD, building homes for Filipinos while change-proofing the industry of real estate.  Climate Change and Inflation are both inevitable, hence inspiring MyCitiHomes to innovate ways where they can alleviate the suffering of Filipinos, by providing sustainable and low cost housing communities. 

 

Step by step, the company is continuously building and establishing a community that is both sustainable and affordable, making Filipinos and the environment their utmost priority as they develop lands and build homes. Mr. John T. Wang, the Executive Vice President of MyCitiHomes, gives a glimpse of what MyCitiHomes has to offer, specifically in the newly launched housing project Liora Homes Naic. This project includes Solar Panels for energy efficiency , and Rain Water Collection Tanks that can help save up to 35% on monthly water bills, all within a reasonable price.  With this year’s theme, the Subdivision and Housing Developers Association, Inc., introduces the program “Pambansang Pabahay para sa mga Pilipino”, which MyCitiHomes President Rosie Tsai was proud to be a part of, “Thank you for considering us as  partner in Nation Building and addressing the 6M housing backlog” Tsai said.

Model developers from different regions in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao were also present to share the best practices in responsible and sustainable development.  Private and Public real estate stakeholders like the Pag-IBIG Fund, Philippine Guarantee Corp, Meralco, Manila Water, Board of Investments and Proptech Consortium were also present in support the real estate industry particularly the Every Juan in achieving a healthier and greener community, giving Every Juan good value for their money.

 

 

Source: https://www.philstar.com/nation/2022/09/05/2207443/mayors-back-dhsud-programs-address-65-million-housing-backlog

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