Thursday, July 15, 2021

Lumina Homes 2nd Project in Sto. Tomas, Batangas

"Home is where the heart is." ~Pliny the Elder

Are you one or do you have an OFW family members and friends who is planning and definitely deserve to have your own house and lot from your years of hard earned money working abroad? Buying a home is everyone’s big dream.

There is something permanent, and something extremely profound, in owning a home. Investing in real estate in the Philippines may sound scary especially if you are putting in your entire life’s savings towards your dream home. But fear not – because everyone has to start somewhere when it comes to buying a property. 

Having your own house and lot is always something to be proud of. Having your own house and lot gives you the liberty to design it creatively according to your taste, and to renovate things for  the design that you wanted. At the same time, owning a real estate allows you to pass this on to your children, securing them a great place to live in the future. Buying your first home is truly a big decision. There a lot of real estate companies in the Philippines which offer a lot of options. And one of the most sale properties nowadays is Lumina and by that they are launching their 2nd project in Sto. Tomas, Batangas.

According to Colliers International Philippines, Calabarzon continues to be the country’s major industrial hub, with an economy that has been expanding faster than the country’s average growth over the past two years.

Thus, the region has also become the center of property developments, from commercial infrastructure such as malls and offices, to residential properties ranging from lavish lots to socialized housing units.

Eight years ago, Lumina Homes — Vista Land & Lifescapes, Inc.’s affordable housing arm — anticipated this growth as it launched its flagship project, Lumina Batangas, in Barangay San Vicente, town of Sto. Tomas.

With a total development area of 32 hectares, Lumina Batangas had eight phases, with over 4,500 house-and-lot units and total actual move-ins of 4,100. The said project has officially been sold out as of December 2019.

Since the launch of Lumina Batangas in 2012, the company has since developed in other nearby progressive towns, including Tanauan, Lipa, Bauan, Rosario, and San Pascual.

This year, Lumina goes back to where its ongoing success started, as it launches another signature development right at the heart of Sto. Tomas.

The 27-hectare development will offer a roster of rowhouses, townhomes, duplexes, and single-firewall homes, with amenities such as shuttle service, mini gardens and playground covered multi-purpose hall, and provision for commercial area.

Like all other Lumina house and lot projects, the new development pushes for ease and convenience in terms of transportation and logistics. It is located only 1.3 kilometers away from the National Highway and has an access road going to Tanauan and Lipa in Batangas, and San Pablo in Laguna. Via Star Tollway and South Luzon Expressway, it is only 45 minutes away from Alabang in Metro Manila.

Also intended for the working class, the housing project will rise about nine kilometers away from one of the country’s fastest-growing industrial parks, the First Philippine Industrial Park, and other techno parks and manufacturing companies in the Batangas-Laguna corridor.

More significantly, the proposed site is located only 100 meters away from the Parish and National Shrine of St. Padre Pio in Sto. Tomas, a known pilgrimage site and a significant landmark that attracts thousands of visitors from the neighboring towns and provinces.

More than being a reasonable home investment for young start-up families or low-income earners, the new Lumina project promises to keep one in touch with the progress that Calabarzon continuously achieves, making one’s life achievements also more perceivable through the years.

There is nothing more important than a good, safe, secure home.

For more information, contact 0999.886.4156 follow @luminahomesofficial on Facebook and visit Lumina Homes’ official website at

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