Paseo Verde Construction In Full Swing

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The construction of LEED Inc.’s first project, Paseo Verde in Real, remains on track as construction goes full-swing to complete the first tower of the 1.1-hectare mid-rise condominium project.

The first tower is targeted to be completed by the end of 2015, with turnover of units happening as early as the fourth quarter of 2015. Paseo Verde is expected to be a much-awaited landmark in Las Piñas, it will be the first, fully-integrated green community to rise in the area. It is located along Real St., Pulang Lupa Uno in Las Piñas City.

Paseo Verde boasts to set a green standard of living for its owners through its efficient, eco-friendly features – amenities that focus on green architecture and puts emphasis to the company’s three environment focus: Climate change, the Clean Air Act, and the safety and health of its residents.

From energy-saving amenities, and unique structural layouts, Paseo Verde at Real’s green features will change the way we look at green living.

There are so many environment-friendly features to look forward to such as the energy-efficient streetlights which don’t make use of any electricity at all, and gets its energy from solar panels.

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2012 goal #1: buying a new home

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I am done with New Year’s resolution, I am most disappointed to find out at the end of the each year that I have not fully accomplished each of what I’ve listed at the beginning of the year. So I am christening them this time appropriately by labeling them as “goals” or my “bucket list” 🙂

Several dozen items hum in my head once I started thinking about goals or bucket lists, there are travels + places to visit, schools for the little one, things to buy, among others. + one of the most prominent ones is “buying a new home.”

I have only experienced renting for a few months + I realized that it will be much more practical to look for something that is rent-to-own, that way, a few more years down the road, the property will be ours. This is a lofty goal, I know, I do not even have the bank account to support my plan, but am thinking even if it is not possible to purchase a new home this year, maybe I can look around for prospects or ask my friends for invaluable suggestions.

Turned out one of my high school friends, Rochel, is now working with a local developer here in town. She visited me last Thursday + showed a few of their brochures. We’ve also discusses possible options for when I decide to purchase a property from them. I have found this particular home in one of their subdivisions which can be very ideal for my small family + fits our budget, too. We’ve scheduled to see the model unit by next week. Hopefully, the weather will cooperate so it’ll push through.

image from Mr. Google.

I am participating in a blogger campaign by Bucks2Blog for St Louis homes for sale and was compensated. The views + opinions are 100% my own, however.           

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of buying our own house

Photo by Tierra Mallorca on Unsplash

One of my aspirations as a mum is to buy our own house so Jared can have a place he can totally call his own, + pardon me for thinking way too forward, so that he will have his own place once he decides to start a family of his own. 😉 I know, too early to think about that, my son just turned 2 two days ago, after all! But what can I say? Mummies like me tend to think ahead of ourselves.

We were able to see several house model units last summer when one of the villages here in our city had an open-house. We’ve seen a few two-storey model houses that may just be perfect for us to start our own nest.

What I loved about this village + its model units are:

  • community – the village is a total package in one, it includes a park {where Jared + I can go for a morning walk or run}, a playground {where the little man can spend his lazy afternoon playing} and even provide shuttle service for houses located at the innermost part of the village
  • proximity – this village is located in one of the prime spots in the city + is just one karatig {that is our local take of the Jeepney} ride away from the government offices and business establishments in the city center, the churches, schools + the Post Office. It is also just a door away from the grocers
  • security – for the residents’ peace of mind, roving guards man the village round the clock. It is also flood-free {a very important point to consider when looking to buy a home}
I totally enjoyed taking a look at those fancy model units. I only wish I’d win the lottery so that I can buy one of them as soon as I can. Maybe I can even buy one of those Missouri homes for sale while I am at it 😉
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