Phinma Property Eyes Investment in Davao

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Category: Davao Real Estate Property Posted: Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

The Phinma Property Holdings Corp., one of the leading developers in medium-cost condominiums is considering Davao City as their next area of investment outside Metro Manila. The company is set to break ground a new residential project in Davao City by early 2012.

It aims to replicate its success in other major cities in the Philippines as it enjoyed double profits compared with the previous year. It is also confident that the company will perform well this year. The property firm currently has 9,000 condominium units in Metro Manila and will be launching more projects this 2011.

Phinma Properties began operations in 1987 and started to build mid-rise, low-density condominium buildings in 1996. Since then, it has completed several residential projects and received an ISO Certification for Quality, Environmental, Occupational Safety and Health Management standards.

6 Responses to “Phinma Property Eyes Investment in Davao”

  1. Creamy Says:

    Nice development for our real estate industry. I hope they will build a high-rise condo in Davao.

  2. realtor. Says:

    I am from Manila and I see Phinma residential projects are good. I love the design of their project in Alabang known as the Asya Enclaves.

  3. realtor. Says:

    Here’s the link http://www.phinmaproperties.com/projects_asya_enclaves_alabang.html

  4. Beach boy Says:

    Daming mga real estate projects ngayon sa Davao. Keep coming! I heard SM will be lunching a residential project in Davao. Sana matuloy…

  5. Jim Bean Says:

    I heard that Federaland is also planning to establish its presence in Davao. If this will materialize, then wow! Ang dami ng property projects sa Davao.

    Davao indeed is now a hot property market. 😀

  6. manila condos for sale Says:

    Right! because Davao now is a fast progressing. Daming investors na pumapasok and that is because alam nila na SAFE tlga dito. Thanks to the Mayor. Keep it up!

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