The pandemic has drastically changed our preferences and priorities, specifically in our lifestyle. People now desire open spaces, access to nature, and modern conveniences within reach.
This explains the radical increase of demand in real estate projects outside Metro Manila, as people search for quarantine-friendly homes to help them cope with the forced lockdowns that are likely to continue because of our current situation.
One of the areas with high demand for residential properties is in Southern Luzon. Because of its proximity to Metro Manila and the infrastructures being developed to ease the travel time, this location continues to be attractive to investors.
Even before the pandemic, Southern Luzon remained to be a hotspot for residential properties, specifically Tagaytay. A leisure destination with a panoramic view and stress-free lifestyle, experts consider it as one of the top real estate investment spots in the country.
Mixed-use developments in the south captured the interest of many investors during this time. These projects are composed of residential, commercial, and other uses integrated into one community to create a live-work-play-learn lifestyle.
If you are looking to invest in a home surrounded by nature without sacrificing modern conveniences, then these mixed-use developments are a great place to start.
Twin Lakes, developed by the leading developer of tourism estates in the Philippines, Global-Estate Resorts Inc. (GERI), is the largest master-planned development along the Tagaytay ridge. It is the country’s First and Only Vineyard Resort Township Community that offers a taste of European living with its modern European-inspired architecture. The cold weather, scenic overlooking views by the ridge, and a 10-hectare vineyard plantation make the experience unique for its residents.
Twin Lakes is currently offering condominiums and lots for sale. These projects are near the existing Twin Lakes Hotel and the Twin Lakes Shopping Village – a commercial area offering a variety of shops and restaurants. To know more about Twin Lakes, you may visit www.twinlakes.ph or call 0917-530-5200.
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