Reshaping Land, Reshaping Lives

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At Ayala Land, Inc., we don’t just reshape land – we reshape lives. We create spaces that inspire, and reshape communities – whether through walkable estates that encourage healthy living, leisure experiences that give shape to special memories, workspaces where goals are made and achieved, or homes where families are nurtured. We reshape potential into engines of growth and economic development for more Filipinos.

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M: +63.917.502.9252
E: coco.ayala@gmail.com
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COCO MIDEL
M: +63.917.502.9252
E: coco.ayala@gmail.com
CC midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph
PRC License 0005279 / HLURB 001035

Alviera Country Club Advertorial

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Alviera Country Club

http://www.alviera.ph/countryclub/

*Alviera Country Club SEC Reg CS201412229

If you are interested to get a membership share, call me.

COCO MIDEL
M: +63.917.502.9252
E: coco.ayala@gmail.com
CC midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph
PRC License 0005279 / HLURB 001035

Alviera Country Club Payment Terms

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Hi Everyone,

Here’s an idea of the terms if you wanted to get ACC Shares.
There are 2 shares you can choose from.

Class B Shares – Individual
Class C Shares – Corporate

Here’s a look of of the terms offered:

CLASS B SHARES

OPTION 1 – Cash with 10% Discount
P40,000 – Reservation Fee
P487,000 -30 days from reservation

OPTION 2 – 50% DP, 50% spread in 30 months w 5% DISCOUNT
P40,000 – Reservation Fee
P235,500 – 50% Downpayment
P9,200 – Monthly payment for 30 months
*P5,000 other charges on the last month

OPTION 3 – 10%DP, 50% spread over 30 months, 40% lumpsum w 0% discount
P40,000 – Reservation Fee
P18,000 – 10% Downpayment
P9,700 – Monthly payment for 30 months
P236,000 – Lumpsum

CLASS C SHARES

OPTION 1 – Cash with 10% Discount
P40,000 – Reservation Fee
P867,500 -30 days from reservation

OPTION 2 – 50% DP, 50% spread in 30 months w 5% DISCOUNT
P40,000 – Reservation Fee
P420,750 – 50% Downpayment
P15,400 – Monthly payment for 30 months
*P5,000 other charges on the last month

OPTION 3 – 10%DP, 50% spread over 30 months, 40% Lumpsum w 0% discount
P40,000 – Reservation Fee
P55,000 – 10% Downpayment
P15,900 – Monthly payment for 30 months
P383,000 – Lumpsum

Contact me to make sure these terms are still offered by the time you inquire.

*Alviera Country Club SEC Reg CS201412229

COCO MIDEL
M: +63.917.502.9252
E: coco.ayala@gmail.com
CC midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph
PRC License 0005279 / HLURB 001035

Alviera Country Club

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Alviera Country Club

*Alviera Country Club SEC Reg CS201412229

COCO MIDEL
M: +63.917.502.9252
E: coco.ayala@gmail.com
CC midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph
PRC License 0005279 / HLURB 001035

Alviera Country Club FAQs

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1. Is the club proprietary? Do you have to buy a share in the Country Club before you can become a member?
-Yes, membership is proprietary. One has to buy a share to be part of the Country Club. The shares are open for sale to
public and a lot purchase is not a requirement.

2. What are different types of shares?
-Class A – Founder Shares
-Class B – Individual/Spouse Purchasers/Co-Ownership/Corporation/Partnership/Association (with one usage right)
-Class C – Corporation/Partnership/Association (with two usage rights)
*only class B and C shares can be sold

3. What is the holding period of the share?
There is 5 year holding period before the share can be resold.

4. Who are the qualified dependents of the member?
-The dependents include (a) legitimate spouse (b) legitimate single children below 26 years old.

5. What are the available payment schemes?
– CLASS B (individual share) – CLASS C (corporate share)
Cash (30 days) – Discount 10% – Discount 10%
50 – 50 (30 mo) – Discount 5% – Discount 3%
10 – 50 (30 mo) – 40 – no discount – no discount

6. Who will provide the sample & official computation template?
– You can contact me for sample and official computation template.

7. What are the documentary requirements?
– Contact me for the list of requirements.

8. Who can sell the country club shares?
– All Sales Channels of Ayala Land, Inc. That includes me.

9. To whom should the reservation and booking documents be submitted?
– I can submit the documents for you.

10. To whom will the checks be payable?
– Checks should be payable to Nuevocentro, Inc.

11. When can a member utilize the amenities?
– Upon 50% payment

12. How much is the estimated monthly dues?
-Approx. P3,500 – P4,000 (includes consumable of P500)

13. How large is the size of the property?
-Approx. 5.6 has.

14. What are the amenities available?
-The Club is zoned as follows with amenities featuring below:

ENTRANCE PAVILLION
Serves as main drop-off and reception, with specialty shops and members’ lounge. Directly opens to the
central courtyard with cooling pools and landscaped main walkway.

EVENTS PAVILLION
Three meeting rooms and one big boardroom comprise the ground floor, along with an open multi-purpose
hall and small al-fresco cafe. The second floor houses two ballrooms that may be utilized as one big grand hall
that could cater to 500-600 guests and with a pre-function area running the entire length of the hall that has a direct view of the central courtyard.

FOOD AND BEVERAGE
Main Restaurant
-The main restaurant will have an enclosed dining space, with additional al fresco/spillover dining area. It will have an open kitchen where families could view how food is being prepared by the club’s top notch chef.
-The dining veranda directly spills over to central lounge pool and has expansive view of central courtyard.

Specialty Restaurant
-Enclosed dining space, with additional al fresco/spillover dining area. This will be specialized international cuisine that has a view of Porac mountain ranges and SCTEX.
-With cigar room and wide selection of wine.

Sports Bar and Cafe
It will have an active sports bar which directly overlooks main pools and has a view of majestic Porac sunset.

ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES
Billiard halls, KTVs and Theatre rooms.
Game Console Room which will feature virtual games, arcades and other tech facilities.

WELLNESS SPA
To be operated by “stresscape” which operates Anvaya, El Nido and other first class hotels in Makati.

SPORTS FACILITIES
-Lap pool 6 lanes, half Olympic size in length
-Lounger Pool
-A complete gym with dance studio. It has direct access to mound, and view of central courtyard
-Tennis Courts (2) Indoor and (2) Outdoor club / recreation size
-Badminton Courts 3 indoor courts
-Multi-sport court for basketball, futsal and volleyball.
– An open turf mound for outdoor events.

KIDS’ ZONE
Kiddie pool
-A water park complete with water jets, fountains and a slide, an open area with water splash pads.
-Indoor Play Area
-Air conditioned active indoor play area with nursery and dedicated lockers and changing rooms for kids.
-Outdoor Play Area
-Playground for kids.

POOL AREAS
Aside from the 6 lane lap pool and kiddie pool, there’s a central lounge pool and a smaller lounge pool located within a close network in the central courtyard, giving a network of pools to cool one’s body.

Other amenities (Part of the Estate)
Members shall have exclusive privileges on the following attractions:
Wellness Village (still on the conceptual stage)
Sandbox adventure park (Giant Swing, Rollercoaster Zipline, Rope Courses)
Biking and jogging trails
Archery Range
Urban Karting
ATV and UTVS

16. Can a member bring guests?
-Only a limited no. of guests (with approval from club mgmt.). Guests should always be accompanied by the member (with corresponding guest fee).

17. Are the members entitled to a discount if they decide to purchase a property in the estate?
– No info on this yet. Contact me if you want to receive updates.

COCO MIDEL
M: +63.917.502.9252
E: coco.ayala@gmail.com
CC midel.jerico@ayalaland.com.ph
PRC License 0005279 / HLURB 001035

Ayala Township News

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Ayala Land to cap year with two more townships
SOURCE:
http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?section=Corporate&title=ayala-land-to-cap-year-with-two-more-townships&id=108070

PROPERTY GIANT Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) is launching two more township projects for the rest of the year as the company capitalizes on the strong demand for real estate to boost growth.
Anna Ma. Margarita B. Dy, ALI’s group head for strategic land bank management, said the new large-scale developments are located in Metro Manila and outside the Philippine capital.

“We have two more planned this year but there are certain permitting that needs to happen,” Ms. Dy said in a briefing on May 13.

The vertical township in Metro Manila may have a size of 10 hectares, while the other one will be “a couple of a hundred hectares” in size involving horizontal projects, Ms. Dy added.

The real estate arm of the Ayala group broke ground on two new estates in the first quarter: the P25-billion Cloverleaf in Balintawak, Quezon City and the P6-billion Capitol Central in Bacolod City.

These added to the company’s roster of established estates such as the Makati business district, Cebu Park District, Bonifacio Global City, and Nuvali, as well as emerging ones like Arca South in Taguig City, Vertis North in Quezon City, and Alviera in Pampanga, among others.

ALI is currently in 45 growth centers across the country.

HOMESTARTER BONDS
Likewise, ALI is set to start the construction of its nine-hectare mixed-use development in Aseana City in the fourth quarter.

While the project’s master plan is being refined, the complex will have roughly 200,000 square meters of shopping space, 20,000 square meters of office space for business process outsourcing (BPO) firms and 300 hotel rooms, ALI Senior Vice-President Jose Emmanuel H. Jalandoni said.

“The economy continues to grow. The confidence continues to be quite strong across the board: residential, BPO and tourism, particularly domestic tourism,” ALI President Bernard Vincent O. Dy said.

“We continue to maintain a positive outlook for the rest of the year.”

Under its 2020 Vision, ALI is targeting a 20% annual growth rate to hit a net income of P40 billion.

ALI may raise a maximum of P2 billion from a new tranche of Homestarter bonds in the second or third quarter, said Jaime E. Ysmael, the company’s chief financial officer.

The Homestarter bonds aim to encourage customers to set aside funds for downpayment in the purchase of the real estate firm’s property. — Krista Angela M. Montealegre

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