Ecotown Tanza

Why Invest

Tanza, Cavite is a fairly unknown place for most people even to me way back 2013. This is until Wellington Residences was launched by one of our prime partner developers, Duraville Realty and Development Corporation.Wellington Logo

After more than 20 years of success in their developments in Gen. Trias, Cavite, Antipolo, and Bulacan, Duraville opened Wellington Residences last April 2014. These are some of the reasons why investing in this developments is a very good decision whether you are an end user or an ivestor.

  1. The good thing about this development is that they waited for the License to Sell (LTS) to come out before they started selling houses. This means that the developer has money to build houses even without pre-selling units.
  2. There is an existing community already. Last year, we launched promos and make some of our buyers move in before December thru in-house financing. This is an awesome feat for a project that has just been launched and managed to turnover some houses, with road network, electricity, and water supply in less than a year’s time!
  3. IMG_1197Conventional construction method is what is being used. This means you can worry less about what other buyers are experiencing from pre-cast developments of other projects.
  4. Affordable living with style. Only a few affordable housing projects give a painted finish turnover inside including bedroom partitions, ceiling, or loft for smaller units.Sliding windows are delivered to match its modern design and lifestyle. Grills to secure the windows are also installed for free.
  5. Durability and security is a priority. Steel doors are installed instead of the traditional wooden doors to minimize risk of fire spreading all over. This will also prevent termites who could be eating up doors in the long run which makes your investment even worth more than you are paying for.
  6. Accessibility and ease of transport. The subdivision is located in Tanza Cavite that is easily accessible by taking a bus ride that passes through CAVITEX, the newest expressway connecting the Coastal Road in Paranaque and Kawit, Cavite. This by-passes the congested Bacoor, Cavite which saves us 1-hour travel time. Tricycles leading to the subdivision is always available from the main road where commuters go down.
  7. Ecotown TanzaA possible rental property. Ecotown Tanza by Suntrust, also know as EPZA 2, has already started construction and there are a number of companies that are already relocating inside. Wellington Residences is located walking distance to this industrial-commercial development. Furthermore, EPZA 1 located in Rosario Cavite is just about 20 minutes from our subdivision.
  8. Easy financing options. Choosing to purhase thru Pag-IBIG Financing will only require you a very low downpayment scheme while in-house financing only requires 10% cash-out from the TCP to move-in.
  9. Potential for property appreciation. Our Lisa model actually started at P720,000 and now priced at P810,000 after only 18 months. That is more than 10% increase in 1 and a half year!
  10. Beautiful Amenities. Very few subdivisions in the affordable housing sector would even provide amaneties that will uplift the lifestyle of the Filipinos living inside. Here in Wellington Residences, homeowners are provided with a clubhouse where they can hold functions and events, a basketball court where guys and come together and have fun, parks and playgrounds where kids can enjoy their youth, 24-hour security to ensure your investment is safe and sound, and last but certainly not the least, a swimming pool where you can relax with your friends and family during your day off!

I can only imagine how happy and excited the homeowners of Wellington Residences will be as they enjoy all these at a very affordable price.

Now let’s take a look at the updated computation of each of the 4 model units. The computation given below is thru Pag-IBIG Financing. Should you wish to have a separate computation for in-house financing, you may contact me.Lisa Computation 100815

Lisa Model is the fastest selling house model with very limited inventory as of today. This is also the biggest house design here. Turnover wil be approximately 18 months after reservation.

Lot Area: 46sqm including garage

Floor Area: 36sqm

2 bedrooms with partition

TPP: 810,000 inlcuding move-in fee and processing fee

Sandra Computation 100815Sandra Model is the house model with the most number of units in this subdivision. This is also the house model where most house owners have moved-in since last December 2014. Duraville prioritized constructing Sandra units that’s why this has the most number of inventory. Turnover will be about 4-6 months for RFO units and 18 months for pre-selling units.

Lot Area: 36sqm including a large back portion

Floo Area: 29.9sqm including 2 sleeping deck (loft-type)

TPP: 585,000 including move-in fee and processing fee

Erica Computation 100815

Erica Model is the smaller version of Lisa model. The only difference is that this is smaller by 0.5 meter in width. This is only available in phase 4 which will be turned-over 18 to 24 months after reservation.

Lot Area: 40.5sqm including garage

Floor Area: 31.5sqm

2 bedrooms with partition

TPP: 710,000 inclding move-in fee and processing fee

Aliya Computation 100815

Aliya Model is the smallest house model and is a smaller version of the Sandra house model. This is usually availed by employees with minimum salaries working in EPZA or near the area.

Lot Area: 30.5sqm

Floor Area: 20sqm includin a single loft

TPP: 455,000 including move-in fee and processing fee

Every Filipino dreams to have their own home and Wellington Residences is one of the best affordable housing evelopments I’ve seen so far! For the video walkthrough of the model units, you may visit our videos page here.

For more inquiries and site tripping you may contact me at my numbers below.

Tanza,Cavite

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aerial view of Tanza, with Gen. Trias in the background.

Tanza (formerly known as Santa Cruz de Malabon) is a 1st class (High Class) municipality in the province of Cavite, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 188,755 people[3] in a land area of 78.24 square kilometers.

Tanza has been awarded “Seal of Good Housekeeping” by the Department of Interior and Local Government in 2011.

History

Tanza is the place where Emilio Aguinaldo took oath as the first president of the revolutionary government of the Philippines. It is also the home town of Felipe G. Calderon, the man who drafted the first Philippine constitution.

Tanza is the second Local Government Unit in the province which banned the use of plastic bags and polystyrene. This ordinance took effect on January 1, 2012.

Barangays

Tanza is politically subdivided into 41 barangays.[2]

Religion

Majority of the people are Roman Catholics but there is a fast-growth of Christian churches throughout Tanza, including Iglesia Ni Cristo, Protestant, Baptist, Adventist, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Dating Daan LDS Church.

Education

Day care centers: There are 32 government-owned daycare centers in Tanza, which is being managed by the MSWD.

Elementary schools:

  • Alonzo’s Learning Center
  • Amaya Elementary School
  • Apostle’s creed learning school ( ACLS )
  • Bagtas Elementary School
  • Bea-Therese School
  • Bunga Elementary School
  • Capipisa Elementary School
  • Carissa Grace Mission School
  • Carissa Homes PS
  • Dawn Kiddie School of Cavite
  • De Roman Montessori School (DRMS)
  • Dei Gratia Learning Center
  • Del Carmen School
  • Deo Roma College of Tanza
  • Don Crispin Yumol Elementary School (Punta Elementary Elementary School )
  • Dona Perpetua A. Yumol (Bagtas PS)
  • Felipe G. Calderon Elementary School (Tanza Elementary School/Central)
  • Florentino Joya Elementary School
  • G. Fabillar Learning Center
  • Golden Heart Pre-school
  • Good Tree International School (GTIS)
  • Gregorio B. Fojas Memorial School(Calibuyo Elementary School )
  • Halayhay Elementary School
  • Holy Nazarene Christian School
  • Holy Trinity School of Tanza
  • Inigo de Loyola Academy
  • Julugan Elementary School
  • Little Footprints to Jesus School
  • Little Minds Development Center
  • Lycee D’ Tanza Inc.
  • Maddalena Starace School
  • Our Lady of the Holy Rosary School – De La Salle Supervised
  • Paradahan Elementary School
  • Pedro M. Gimenez Academe
  • Periwinkle Hillcrest Montessori School
  • Sahud Ulan PS (Halayhay Annex)
  • Saint Augustine School
  • Saint Mary of the Woods Academy
  • Saint Thomas Moore Academy
  • Sanja Mayor Elementary School
  • Santol Elementary School
  • Sawyer Integrated School
  • Sta. Cruz (Bucal) Elementary School
  • Sto. Niño de Lebelle Academy
  • Tanza Child Development Center(TCDC)
  • The International School for Children (TISC)
  • Tres Cruses Elementary School

Saint Augustine School

High schools:

  • Saint Augustine School (SAS)
  • Tanza National Comprehensive Highschool (TNCHS)
  • Amaya School of Home and Industries (ASHI)
  • Tanza National Trade School (TNTS)
  • Our Lady of the Holy Rosary School – De La Salle Supervised (OLHRS)
  • Tanza Child Development Center (TCDC)
  • Periwinkle Hillcrest Montessori School (PHMS)
  • Holy Nazarene Christian School (HNCS)
  • De Roman Montessori School (DRMS)
  • Deo Roma College of Tanza (DRCT)
  • Maddalena Starace School (MSS)
  • Good Tree International School (GTIS)
  • Sawyer Integrated School (SIS)
  • The International School for Children (TISC)

Colleges:

  • Cavite State University – Tanza Campus
  • Far East Asia Pacific Institute of Tourism Science and Technology (FEAPITSAT-main)
  • POWER School of Technology
  • Saint Joseph College – Tanza
  • Magsaysay Training Center

Notable Tanza people

  • Felipe Calderón y Roca – National hero; Father of the Malolos Constitution.
  • Epimaco Velasco – DILG Secretary; Governor.
  • Justiniano S. Montano – Senator; Congressman.
  • Antero Soriano – Senator; Governor.
  • Jose P. Santillan – 1971-1973 Constitutional Convention Delegate.
  • Mars Ravelo – Graphic novelist.
  • Jasmine Trias – American Idol (3rd runner-up)
  • Louise delos Reyes – Actress, Student, Model
  • Juan Cailles – Filipino revolutionary; educator; Governor of Laguna.
  • Julius Anthony Segovia – Senior Correspondent at GMA 7]]
  • Josefino Cenizal – Composer of the famous Filipino Christmas carol Ang Pasko ay Sumapit“Hindi Kita Malimot”
  • Olivia Cenizal – Actress
  • Ranidel de Ocampo – PBA Player; plays for Talk ‘N Text Tropang Texters
  • Yancy de Ocampo – PBA Player; plays for San Mig Coffee Mixers

Source: www.wikipedia.org

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