Real estate practitioners affiliated with the National Real Estate Association (NREA) will honor Secretary Eduardo del Rosario of the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development, and Undersecretary Epimaco Densing of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) for their and their agencies’ commitment and contribution to housing during the last six years.
This will be during the opening and inaugural viewing of NREA’s three-day, in-person Housing Trade Exhibits on July 1, 2022 at the Palm Drive Activity Center of Ayala Malls, Makati City, it was announced by architect Ronie Biando, NREA national president.
In addition to the exhibits of top residential developers, and allied industry participants, the event will feature presentations by sponsors, performances from Center for Pip Music. Including an on-the-spot poster making contest on the second day.
For her part, Imelda Magtoto, Board Vice Chairlady, said that among the invited guests during the ribbon cutting ceremonies are DHSUD Secretary Eduardo del Rosario; Makati City’s re-elected Mayor Abigail “Abby” Binay, Marlen Acosta represented by Vice Mayor Monique Yazmin Lagdameo; Pag-IBIG Fund president Acmad Rizaldy Moti represented by senior vice president Benjamin Felix, Jr.; DILG undersecretary Epimaco Densing III and Glorietta general manager Hamm Katipunan.
Among the top exhibitors are Phirst Park Homes Inc.; PagIBIG Fund, Ferris Sobell Properties, Inc.; Bria Homes, Inc.; Davies Paint Philippines; Development Bank of the Philippines; Federal Land, Inc.; Duraville Realty & Development Corp.; E. GAnzon, Inc.; Hausland Development Corp.; Ayala Land, Inc.; Glorietta Mall; Megaworld Corp.; Vista Residences; Filipino Homes; Torre Lorenzo Development Corp.; Mapecon Philippines, Inc.; CitiHomes Builders & Development Corp.; Keller Williams Philippines; Imperial Homes; Krla Kris Realty; Raemulan Lands, Inc.; and Center for Pop Music Philippines.
The exhibits are also supported by Chanti Gems; E. Ganzon, Inc.; Davies Paint Philippines, Inc.; Duraville Realty & Development Corp.; SM Development Corp.; Hausland Development Corp./Fiesta Communities and Philippine Guarantee Corp..