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LAPU-LAPU CITY (May 31, 2015) — Filinvest Land, Inc (FLI) adopted Agus Elementary School and teamed up with the city government and the barangay to rehabilitate at least 10 classrooms and adjacent facilities shortly before the start of the new school year.
The company responded to the request for assistance from Lapu-Lapu City Mayor Paz C. Radaza, Agus Barangay Captain Jimboy Igot and the school principal, Mrs. Rebecca Toring under the Brigada Eskwela 2015 program of the Department of Education.
More than funding the cost of repairs and repainting, FLI employees joined some teachers, volunteer parents and City Hall personnel sent by the mayor to do actual rehabilitation work today.
Filinvest donated paints and painting accessories, according to Archie M. Igot, FLI project development officer, who led FLI employees in the activity.
“It was a fulfilling experience for us to see after the school shine bright like new from the work of our hands,” remarked Igot who echoed the feedback of his colleagues.
Owned and operated by the Gotianun family of Cebu, Filinvest has been developing projects in Mactan since 2004 starting with Aldea del Sol, a middle class subdivision in Bangkal where the sixth and final phase just got inaugurated.
FLI also completed Mactan Tropics, a mid-income subdivision in Basak near MEPZ II, and Sunrise Place Mactan, a socialized-housing project also in Agus.
Subsidiary Filinvest Alabang Inc. is currently developing Serulyan, a high-end low density high-rise development located inside Seascapes Mactan, while FilArchipelago Hospitality Inc., under the holding company Filinvest Development Corp., operates Crimson Resort and Spa Mactan.
FLI will soon start to develop Futura Homes Mactan, an affordable housing project in Suba-Basbas, offering best-value homes, like the one-bedroom Beatrice model with 30-sqm floor area on a minimum lot area of 88-sqm with provisions for common garage areas.
With a reservation fee of only P10,000, the Beatrice unit starts at P1.4 million with down-payment staggered at P8,000 a month and amortization with Pag-IBIG pegged at about P6,000 only, disclosed Igot, who has invited brokers to apply for accreditation.