CREBA's Housing Vision Gets Support From Industry Icons

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The long-term vision of "A Home for Every Filipino" being advocated by the Chamber of Real Estate and Builders' Associations, Inc  (CREBA) gains ground and draws the support of government and industry icons.


That support can be gleaned from the participation of lawmakers, key shelter agency heads, government officials and industry experts in CREBA's recently concluded national convention and housing expo and its sponsorship by leading firms in various sectors. 

Senator JV Ejercito, chairman of the Senate Committee on Housing, Urban Development and Resettlements, Trade and Industry Secretary AlfredoE. Pascual and Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development chief Jose Rizalino Acuzar lead government officials graced the convention as guest speakers. 

According to CREBA national president Noel Toti M. Cariño, the 3-day CREBA national convention and housing expo from September 26-28, 2023 at the SMX Mall of Asia and Conrad Hotel Manila had drawn the attendance of most of the major real estate industry players from all over the country as the group celebrated its 50th founding anniversary as well. CREBA is touted as the 'oldest and largest' umbrella advocacy group in the housing sector. 

Elsie D. Chua, executive vice-president and chair of the organizing committee said that the housing expo opened to the public last September 26 featuring real estate developers, banks, government financial institutions, contractors, construction supplies manufacturers, online payment gateways, building technologies, furniture, home improvement tips and design inspirations. Dotted with free seminars on housing for OFWs, seafarers, teachers, employees and uniformed personnel as well as CPD sessions and accreditation for real estate brokers and salespersons. 

There were on-site freebies, promos and discounts on with trainings on international marketing and land titling. Day 1 of the convention focused on unlocking investments and affordable home financing. Day 2 covered topics and expert speakers on building the future through infrastructure innovations and green practices. The culminating day on September 28 tackled sustainable solutions by navigating through global best practices and featured a CEO forum with the heads of the country's top developer-corporations. 

One major highlight of the confab was the conferment of the CREBA Pillar Awards to the outstanding "developers of the decade" during the Golden Jubilee Gala Night on September 28 at the Conrad Hotel recognizing excellence and the best of the best in Philippine real estate development in terms of social and economic impacts, innovation, sustainability and adaptation to the changing demands of the property market. 

Supporting the convention were leading industry players Boysen, Vistaland and Communityline Housing as Platinum Sponsors. DMCI Homes, SM Development Corporation, Ayala Land, Megaworld Corporation, San Miguel Corporation, R-Land and Primehomes are gold sponsors, with Filinvest Land, Robinsons Land and Sta. LUcia Land as silver sponsors. 

Also: Aboitizland, Pag-IBIG Fund, the Ascott Ltd., Cebu Landmasters Inc., Bank of the Philippine Islands, PH1 World Developers, Rua Seguridad, RBRA Technologies, CDC Holdings, E. Ganzon Inc., Duraville Group, Dulalia Homes, Hausland Development Corp., Federal Land, Active Group, Surepanel, IPM Realty, Megawide. BDO, Aseana Residential and Paymongo, Chua announced. 

"All roads lead to this national event involving government and private industry stakeholders from CREBA's close to 30 chapters nationwide," Cariño further said. Citing real estate as encompassing all businesses, the CREBA leaders called on all its members, partners and allies across the industry to join the event and take part in this crucial phase of national development. 

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