2019 marks the 25th anniversary of Laguna-based P.A. Alvarez Properties & Development Corporation (P.A. Properties), one of the largest developers of affordable housing in Laguna, Bulacan, Pampanga, Batangas, Cavite and Metro Manila. To commemorate its 25th year, the company will be launching a series of activities highlighting the milestones achieved through the years, which will culminate in December with the company’s silver anniversary festivity for internal and external business partners.
As part of the initiatives, P.A. Properties recently launched “Buhay at Bahay,” a photography competition showcasing special moments and stories of individuals and families who dwell in the communities developed by the company. “Buhay at Bahay” echoes the company’s vision of transforming the lives of Filipino families by making their journey towards home ownership possible.
The contest is open to all aspiring photographers, 18 years old and above who are presently residing in the Philippines. All they need to do is to capture unique moments happening in P.A. Properties communities as seen through their lenses. Since its inception in 1994, P.A. Properties already developed more than 50 communities in Laguna, Bulacan, Pampanga, Cavite, Batangas and Metro Manila — that’s more than 50 communities to choose from.
Participants can submit a maximum of three (3) entries. Exciting prizes are in store for the winning entries while selected photos will be featured in P.A. Properties’ 25th Anniversary Exhibit in December. For more info, visit www.paproperties.com.ph/buhayatbahay/.
About P.A. Properties:
Through the years, Laguna-based P.A. Alvarez Properties and Development Corporation (P.A. Properties) has established itself a name in the competitive Philippine real estate industry by enabling the public to have their dream homes at affordable rates and payment schemes.
Having built more than 27,000 housing units in Laguna, Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Pampanga, and Metro Manila, the company continues to embark on strategic expansion efforts to further build 20 additional housing communities in the next five years to help ease the more than 6 million housing backlog in the Philippines while contributing to the growth of the economy as well.
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