MABALACAT CITY – The Hauslands has launched its second project in Pampanga under The Hauslands brand, ending the year in its home-province after growing ventures in Zambales and Bataan.
The Hauslands Mabalacat has just opened its doors to 838 future homeowners with a Grand Launch and Open House held on December 10 to 11, 2022.
The site is conveniently located along Washington Street, Green Meadows Subdivision in Barangay Mabiga here, just next to Don Bosco Academy and around 6 kilometers away from the Clark International Airport and major road networks.
Introducing three modern units Tawny, Saffron, and Amber, The Hauslands Mabalacat offers 2-storey townhouse units and single-attached house and lot, ranging from 66 sqm to 100 sqm, complete with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a powder room, living and dining areas, as well as a carport.
House and lot packages are available through Pag-IBIG, Bank and in-House Financing, with monthly amortization starting from P22,637.15 for Tawny and Saffron Models, and P25,881.60 for Amber Model. Eager prospects will enjoy up to P100,000 savings as well as an easy term of up to 24 months at 0% interest for payments of Processing Fees, Down Payment and Equity.
This 14-hectare development is masterfully-planned featuring a grand entrance gate, an airconditioned multi-function hall called “The Pavilion,” swimming pool, and naturally-fenced play park.
The Hauslands-Mabalacat will also grow 28 Balacat Trees upon its completion, in partnership with the City Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) of Mabalacat in the hope of saving this endangered species.
Hausland Group President and Chairman, Wilfredo Tan, led the planting of the first Balacat Tree in the area.
“We want to see a greener The Hauslands project,” the Hausland Group CEO, Atty. Christopher Ryan Tan said. “This is the ideal location for homebuyers because Mabalacat, in general, is the highest in terms of elevation compared to other cities and municipalities near Clark. Now is the best time to invest while the prices are still within reach. Land value may be expected to appreciate when the government infrastructure projects in the vicinity are completed.”