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Ayala Land’s economic housing arm Amaia explains why they built a third housing project in Batangas.


Batangas is a first-class province famous for their kapeng barako and the Taal Volcano. But while these features do nothing but support its reputation as a great tourist destination, they’re not the only benefits one can get from actually living in it.

Aside from the homegrown livelihood it’s famous for like the cultivation of livestock, the production of coconut-based goods, and the manufacture of the balisong or fan knife; Batangas’ economic landscape is also bolstered by its booming industrial hub. The city’s central business district is continuously developing, as evidenced by the increasing number of companies operating in the province’s business centers.

As if to show their confidence in the benefits of living in the province, Ayala Land’s economic housing arm Amaia Land Corporation recently built their third housing community in Lipa’s Barangay Anilao-Labac.

Called Amaia Scapes Batangas, the latest addition to Amaia’s horizontal development portfolio rises on 10 hectares of land in the town of Anilao-Labac in Lipa City. Amenities that promote safety and convenience include guarded entrances and exits and a perimeter fence, as well as a Village Patio that has a pavilion, swimming pool, and a basketball court. On top of these, the community is also only a few minutes away from schools like Lipa City Colleges and De La Salle Lipa, as well as several commercial establisments, government offices, and hospitals.

Amaia Scapes Batangas offers 630 residential units, with 6 different types of houses: the bungalow pod, the twin pod, the single home, the twin home, the multi pod, and the carriage pod. And to enable any Filipino family to purchase their own home, Amaia makes them accessible through cash payment, deferred payment, Pag-IBIG loan, and bank or in-house financing.

To learn more about Amaia Land’s projects, visit their developer page.

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