Lessandra eyes horizontal, vertical projects

posted February 13, 2021 at 06:40 pm
by  Manila Standard
Lessandra proved to be a strong player in the real estate industry last year, posting positive growth in sales consecutively in the second half of 2020 amidst the pandemic, and eyes expansion in 2021 with new offerings. 

Lessandra eyes horizontal, vertical projects

Part of the company’s initiatives is the seamless digital buying experience of homebuyers – from choosing the property location to virtual house tours, and online reservation.  

Online tools, innovations

“We knew that the market is out there and that it’s only a matter of how we can make it possible and easier for them to invest and own a home without risking their safety,” said Eduardo Aguilar, division head of Lessandra.  “Our online tools and innovations is a major step.  Aside from being available where they needed us, we also provided more flexible payment schemes that helped address the concerns of the homebuyers.” 

In the latter part of 2020, the company introduced its newest model,  a more spacious abode with a master bedroom, car park, and the Hive – a multifunctional space one can turn into a  work-from-home area, study area, or lounge.   

Expanding in Luzon, Mindanao

This year, Lessandra will expand its foothold in Luzon and in Mindanao with additional projects, further strengthening its presence in the country. 

Lessandra plans to embark on vertical developments as it launches its first such residential community in the first quarter of this year. Two locations will soon rise just outside the Metro, retaining affordability, convenience, and accessibility as key advantages.

Lessandra eyes horizontal, vertical projects

To know more about Lessandra,  visit their website at lessandra.com.ph.

Topics: COVID-19 pandemic , Lessandra , Eduardo Aguilar , digital buying experience
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