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La Aldea del Mar

Cebu house and lot for sale


       La Aldea del Mar’s two-storey townhouse units boast of a classic Spanish-Mediterranean inspired façade, with design concepts that welcome any improvements and additions you may want to fit in. Large windows bring in the warm radiance of sunlight and provide your family a refreshing view of the outdoors. La Aldea del Mar is part of Pueblo de Oro Cebu Communities. Own the good life at La Aldea del Mar.



TOWNHOUSES CLUSTER OF 6 UNITS ONLY

Perspective

- Gross Floor Area: 44.5 sq.m.

- Minimum Lot Area: 40 sq.m.

- Large Windows

- Bare Unit

- Basic and basic expanded



INNER UNITS:

Gross Floor Area     :  44.5 sq. m.

Expanded Floor Area: 62 sq. m

Minimum Lot Area    : 40 sq. m


Floorplans

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Inner Units (Basic)

  

Ground                                        2nd Level



Inner Units (Expanded)

  

Ground                       2nd Level



END UNITS:

Gross Floor  Area     : 44.5 sq. m.

Expanded Floor Area: 95 sq.m

Minimum Lot Area    : 65 sq. m.

Price Range: Php 850T to Php 900T

Large Windows

Bare unit

Basic and basic expanded


Floorplans

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End Unit (Basic)

     

Ground                         2nd Level



End Unit (Expanded)

  

Ground                         2nd Level



CLASSIC FINISH – INNER UNIT (BARE UNIT)

  • Floor area = 45 sqm
  • Minimum lot area = 40 sqm
  • Selling Price = Php 927,000.00
  • Reservation Fee = Php 5,000.00



Equity & Miscellaneous Fee = Php 149,809.00

  • Payable up to 36 months @ zero interest = Php 4,161.36/mo.


Pag-ibig Financing:

Amount of Loan  = Php 834,300.00

  • Estimated monthly amortization for 30 years = Php 6,069.03/mo



PREMIUM FINISH – INNER UNIT ( FINISHED UNIT )

  • Floor area =  45 sqm
  • Minimum lot area = 40 sqm
  • Selling Price = Php 1,323,731.00
  • Reservation Fee = Php 5,000.00


Equity and Miscellaneous Fee = Php 216,063.00

  • Payable up to 36 months at zero interest = Php 6,001.75/mo.

Balance thru BANK FINANCING (UCPB)

Amount of Loan = Php 1,191,358.00

  • Estimated monthly amort for 20 years to pay =   Php 10,338.88/mo


PREMIUM PLUS FINISH – INNER UNIT ( FINISHED UNIT )

  • Floor area =  45 sqm
  • Minimum lot area = 40 sqm
  • Selling Price = Php 1,653,731.00

  • Reservation Fee = Php 5,000.00

Equity and Miscellaneous Fee = Php 271,173.00

  • Payable up to 36 months at zero interest = Php 7,7532.59/mo.


Balance thru BANK FINANCING (UCPB)

Amount of Loan = Php 1,488,358.00

  • Estimated monthly amort. for 20 years to pay = Php 12,916.32/mo

PAYMENT SCHEME

1. Spot Cash with 5% Discount

2. In-House Financing

  • 30% down payment payable in 1 year without interest. If paid outright, 5% on the down payment will be given to the buyer.
  • 70% Balance payable in 5 years with 16% interest per annum.

       Pueblo de Oro reserves the right to correct figures appearing herein in the event of typographical error. Monthly amortization figures quoted are exclusive of MRI and fire insurance payable to  UCPB. Actual figures to be provided by the financing institution.



About Pueblo de Oro developer

       Pueblo de Oro Development Corporation (PODC) is owner-developer of the 360-hectare Pueblo de Oro Township. It is a member of the ICCP Group, a group of companies primarily engaged in investment banking and direct investments, property development and services, and is a joint-venture between Regatta Properties, Inc. (RPI) and Beacon Property Ventures, Inc. (BPVI).

 

       RPI is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Science Park of the Philippines, Inc.(SPPI). The latter is a pioneer and premier developer of industrial estates which include the Light Industry & Science Park of the Philippines (LISP 1 - 173 has.) in Cabuyao, Laguna; LISP II (68 has.) in Calamba, Laguna; LISP III (133 has.) in Sto. Tomas, Batangas, and the Cebu Light Industrial Park in Mactan (62 has.), Cebu and the Hermosa Ecozone (438 has.) in Bataan. SPPI is owned by prestigious institutional investors like the Investment & Capital Corporation of the Phils. (ICCP), Philippine American Life and General Insurance Company (Philamlife). Mitsui Co. of Japan, Fremont Investors, Inc. (Bechtel Group of Companies), National Development Corporation, Perf Realty Corporation, Panay Electric Company, Inc., Valmora Investment & Management Corp., ICCP Land & Management, Inc. and the ICCP Managers, Inc.

 

       BPVI, in turn, was established primarily to undertake equity investments in selected property development projects. Its major stockholders include Philamlife, Bank of the Philippine Islands, lonics Circuits, Inc., ICCP, Bacnotan Consolidated, Valmora Investment & Management Corp. and Phinma Property Holdings, Inc.