SHDA holds the 7th Housing Fair in October

The subdivision and the Housing Developers Association (SHDA), in partnership with the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD), will hold the 7th Housing Expo with the aim of helping the housing industry recover.

The exhibition will be held from October 7 to 9 at Megatrade Hall 1, Megamall Building B in Mandaluyong City, and the exhibition is scheduled to gather the country’s major real estate developers, Pag-IBIG Fund and other private financial institutions.

It will include a wide range of real estate offerings, building supplies, housing and financial services for home buyers and owners.

“Our previous showrooms have brought a slate of flexible, affordable, innovative and smart condominiums directly to interested buyers.

This year, we are also introducing various promotions, incentives and special financing schemes from our member developers and bank partners to help provide a roof over the head of every Filipino family,” said Joy de Joya, SHDA Governor and Chair of the Housing Show Committee, on Thursday.

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With housing the primary concern, the upcoming fair will provide buyers direct access to current offerings from major local developers such as 8990 Holdings, MyCitiHomes, Ayala Land, Phirst Park, Phinma Properties, ProFriends and Raemulan Lands Inc. and SMDC (SM Development) Corp.), Convergence, Lynville, Forte Realty, ACM Homes, PA Alvarez, and others.

Sustainable communities and homes are also highlighted, with exhibitors including CitiHomes Builder and Development Inc. , which recently launched Liora Homes Naic, a sustainable community of 3,345 homes that is affordable yet avant-garde.

Furthermore, interested buyers will also be able to access real estate investment and financing opportunities through exhibitions and seminars at the fair.

“As the largest coalition of more than 300 residential developers in the country, it is our duty to respond to this problem by providing Filipinos with sustainable and affordable housing projects,” Maya Colaiko, Senior Vice President of Housing and Human Development and President of the 30th National Congress, noted.

The Housing Show is one of many efforts by SHDA to help address the housing backlog now expected to affect 6.5 million households by 2030.

It aims to do this by expanding its reach to more potential homebuyers and creating jobs in the process according to data based on the DHSUD study, and the association noted that up to this time around 3.7 million households still need decent shelter.

“We hope that those interested in owning a home will be able to join us for this three-day event. Registration is free, and exciting offers and prizes also await those who can get them,” De Goya said.

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