Empire East Land Holdings Inc., a property developer that builds largely high-rise inexpensive housing, stated it will spend P25 billion for capital expenditures within the subsequent 5 years.
Empire East President and CEO Anthony Charlemagne C. Yu stated the corporate was capable of safe prime properties spanning 426 hectares, boosting its land financial institution for future improvement.
“Our portfolio is repeatedly increasing because of the progressing calls for of Filipinos aspiring to personal a house,” Yu stated.
Empire East spent P3 billion for building and improvement actions final yr.
The corporate, which is able to rejoice its twenty ninth yr in the actual property business on July 15, is thought to be one of many property builders with a observe file of delivering residential tasks.
“As we tread our path to our thirtieth yr in the actual property business, we will try not solely to deliver modern metropolis dwelling to raised requirements but in addition to redefine authenticity in dwelling shopping for and life. Thus, guaranteeing that Empire East stays on the forefront of the business,” Yu stated.
Final yr, the corporate had P17.03 billion in reservation gross sales. It additionally bought some 23,446 models, and achieved 169 % of its goal gross sales.
It was capable of turnover of 1,300 models to new Empire East owners.
“Our sturdy and strategic orientation towards buyer worth has all the time been the driving drive behind Empire East,” Yu stated. “We perceive that our success lies in delivering on our commitments and exceeding the expectations of our valued clientele.”
Following the brisk gross sales of Empire East Highland Metropolis, the developer’s upcoming township in Pasig-Cainta, the corporate lately launched the second installment of its residential part, Highland Residences named Bellara Towers 1 and a pair of. The stated improvement options a mixture of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom models.
The earnings of Megaworld Corp.’s subsidiary rose 15 % to P205.76 million within the first quarter from the earlier yr’s P178.72 million.
Revenues grew 6 % to P1.21 billion from the earlier yr’s P1.14 billion.