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Johndorf starts to market Montierra subdivision

Montierra. An Architect’s rendering shows the subdivision clubhouse (foreground left) with the basketball court and the swimming pool at the back, while a row on townhouses may be seen at left.

Montierra. An Architect’s rendering shows the subdivision clubhouse (foreground left) with the basketball court and the swimming pool at the back, while a row on townhouses may be seen at left.

CAGAYAN DEO ORO CITY (Friday, April 8, 2016)Johndorf Ventures Corp. (JVC) kicked-off today the pre-selling of its new project here, a subdivision of Asian-themed townhouses for economic and middle-class families named Montierra.

Initial prospective homeowners joined the brokers and their agents as the company unveiled the project located in upper Balulang during a gathering this morning at Mallberry Suites in Limketkai.

“We are overwhelmed by the response of the market since we introduced Montierra to our accredited sellers three weeks ago,” quipped Michele Chiu – Bacungan, JVC sales and marketing manager.

She expressed confidence that Montierra will “sell like hotcakes” as the company experienced with Portville Davao in southern Mindanao as well as Portville Mactan, Portville Prime, Astana and Navona in Cebu.

Bacungan said the ability of the company to develop and construct 2-storey townhouses faster than usual allows the early turnover of the housing units that also yields earlier returns to the brokers and agents.

Johndorf developed after 30 years of building quality homes and livable communities uniquely applied construction procedures that hasten the development without compromise to cement curing.

P600M

With an investment of P600 million, Montierra is master-planned as a community of 600 new homes with a commercial hub that sits on a 7.5-hectare property near the former Lumbia airport.

Bacungan said the project is positioned for start-up families of emerging professionals and entrepreneurs as well as overseas Filipino workers who can afford homes priced between P2.8 million to P3 million.

Buyers can have their purchase financed by the Pag-IBIG Fund of Home Mutual Development Fund (HMDF), or by banks where the project is accredited with, she noted.

Johndorf boasts of Montierra as the only economic housing project in Mindanao with amenities and facilities usually built in mid-to-high end subdivision, a new trademark by the company in this market category.

Residents will enjoy the use of a grand clubhouse with a spacious swimming pool, landscaped parks and playgrounds, basketball court and jogging trail, it was learned.

Each townhouse is designed to be spacious than usual at about 64 square meters in floor area and stands on 54 to 108 square-meter subdivided lot, each with three bedrooms and two toilet-and-bathrooms.

For more details, one may contact a broker or visit the Johndorf office at Unit 7 of Jofelmor bldg. on Mortola St., this city, or call (088) 857-8575, or visit online http://www.johndorfventures.com.ph/.

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