Lumina, a mass housing developer in the Philippines, caters to the socialized housing segment that largely includes minimum wage earners. With only three years in the pipeline, Lumina already has 14 existing projects — Tanza, Cavite; General Trias, Cavite; San Pablo, Laguna; Sto. Tomas, Batangas; Lipa, Batangas; Tayabas, Quezon; Pandi, Bulacan; Plaridel, Bulacan; Mexico, Pampanga; Tarlac; Carcar, Cebu; Oton, Iloilo; Pili, Camarines Sur; and General Santos. — and soon-to-open projects in Pampanga, Misamis Oriental, Dumaguete, and Davao Del Norte.
Lumina aims to rank among the top-listed residential housing developers in the country through its roster of value-priced and quality homes. It has amenities like multi-purpose hall, basketball court, mini gardens and playground, and space for future commercial areas.
By building in accessible locations close to major road networks, transportation and business hubs, schools, and hospitals, Lumina not just builds a self-sustaining community, it also provides every Juan the pride of homeownership.
WHY CHOOSE LUMINA?
Pasok sa Budget
Own a home for as low as Php 2,280 per month under Pag-IBIG financing! – a possibility that Lumina offers. With prices ranging from Php 450,000 to Php 1,250,000, you can choose from Lumina’s rowhouses and townhouses.
Rather than the usual hollow blocks, reinforced concrete system is used in building every Juan’s home, making it more durable since it is made of pure cement.
At Lumina, when we say security, we don’t just mean the perimeter fence, CCTV cameras, or the guarded subdivision entrance but also the assurance of having your own home, in a community complete with amenities — basketball court, multi-purpose hall, mini gardens and playground, and with space for future commercial area.
With their simple design, Lumina homes are low maintenance. For the right price, you can afford a sturdy home with just the right space for the whole family.
Lumina communities not only grow in number but also in service for the mass. Its subdivisions, spread over Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, are accessible and located in major cities and municipalities, and at the hearts of provinces, close to hospitals, schools, churches, business and shopping centers.