Building houses that people deserve

Regardless of an individual’s taste in design, fashion or fine art, buying a house is probably the most important and expensive investments one will ever do in a lifetime. After all, buying your own place is far more sensible than lining the pockets of a landlord.

But before diving into the property game, there are several points a buyer needs to consider. What is your budget? What kind of community do you want to live in? What type of lifestyle do you lead? Where’s the best place to start a family? Helping buyers make sense of these questions is part of Stateland, Inc.’s thrust to provide their clients with the ‘dream’ house they rightfully deserve.

Gran Seville interior




Gran Seville Alegria house model

Within its 36-year-track-record in the real estate industry, Stateland has built more than 27 horizontal developments in Cavite, Laguna and Metro Manila. With each project the company focuses on well planned, flood-free communities with durable houses that last.

But according to Stateland president Reynaldo Cometa, what sets them apart from other property developers is the quality of service they provide.

“We’re very conscious about the needs of our buyers. We talk to them first. We show them our model units. Ask their preferred designs, their paying capacity, their kind of lifestyle, how big their family is, then we match their needs with the houses,” Cometa shares.

The service doesn’t stop when the houses are built. The thing about houses is it takes years before any defects show. To avoid any inconvenience, Stateland sticks with the conventional system of house construction and land development.


Gran Seville interiors

“As developers, we try to move towards more economical ways to construct the houses. We don’t rush it. We build house models that our people actually live in before showing them to buyers. That’s real market study. It’s something we’re very proud of and our sellers are very confident about it. Matitibay ang mga bahay namin,” maintains Grant Orbeta, first vice president for planning and production.

Washington Place interior

Stateland offers various types of housing projects in terms of architectural design. In Washington Place, the company’s flagship project in Dasmariñas, Cavite, is a modern contemporary style development with 1,701 units in 40 hectares. Gran Seville, located in Cabuyao, Laguna, is a Spanish-inspired project with 1,099 units in 21.6 hectares; while Chester Place, also in Dasmariñas, is a 9.6 hectare housing project with 496 units in an English-inspired design.

Stateland also has more upscale pocket townhouses developments in Metro Manila that go for P8 to 10 million per unit. However, 60 to 70 percent of their buyers are mid-income families, specifically Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW).

“OFWs really save up their hard-earned money to buy their own house. So for us, it’s important that we deliver houses to them they deserve. They can leave their families here in the Philippines and continue working abroad knowing that they are living in a durable house in a safe community,” says Delie Chua, first vice president for sales and marketing.

Washington Place interior

Meanwhile, Stateland’s various projects feature amenities such as a landscaped main entrance, 24/7 security personnel and a property manager on location. Property managers make sure maintenance concerns are taken care of. Other amenities include a clubhouse, parks, playgrounds, and basketball and tennis courts. Some projects will include a commercial phase with planned retail and dining facilities; while some will feature a strip mall and a school.

“We try to be as flexible as we can with our buyers. We have a number of house models but if they want to customize their house design, as long as we can and the house isn’t built yet, we try our best to accommodate. It’s their house after all. We want them to feel that we value their comfort. Even in terms of payment, we can tweak the payment terms to suit their needs,” Cometa ends.



(article originally published on Manila Bulletin Lifestyle section by Jackie Oiga)

Hoops like a Pro!

Hoops like a Pro!

Do your kids love and enjoy playing basketball? Are they showing some great potentials of becoming one of the most sought after basketball superstars yet you cannot provide them proper training ground because the community you belong with doesn’t have any recreational amenities like basketball courts? Worry no more! Gran Seville is the place for you!

Equipped with sun-dappled kisses and gentle winds of the countryside, beautifully escaped amenities area, vibrancy of Spanish architecture, Gran Seville is a community like no other.

Because we know what people deserve.

Stateland launches two new communities in the heart of Calamba, Laguna

Two new housing projects under the renowned real estate developer Stateland, were formally launched last July 20, 2013. These two brand new communities, the Gran Avila in Majada, Calamba City and its neighboring subdivision, the Casa Laguerta served as the keys of realization to every Filipino families who wish to have well-designed and well-built houses of their own without compromising its quality and at the same time having prices that suits their budget.

The grand open house took place in the Gran Avila site in Majada, Calamba City, and was graced by the First Vice President for Sales and Marketing, Ms. Delie U. Chua. The open house beacons a new beginning for the renowned developer as it starts the third quarter of the year with a blast. It was attended by the different group heads, brokers, sales agents, employees, staff and prospective clients.

Prior to the grand open house for the Gran Avila and Casa Laguerta are the project orientations both for the in-house sellers and company brokers. The Gran Avila and Casa Laguerta In-house sOrientation was held last July 2 at the Gran Seville clubhouse, another notable project of Stateland in Cabuyao, Laguna. The project orientation was held to give the in-house sellers a brief yet sufficient background of the features and quality of houses in Gran Avila and Casa Laguerta. The orientation was well attended by almost a hundred of in-house sellers, group and division heads. A general overview of the project site and products was tackled by Mr. Ryan de Guzman, head of the Marketing Development and Research team while the specifications and technical descriptions was discussed by Arch. Jerome Ilagan of the Planning Department. Stateland President Mr. Reynaldo T. Cometa was also present in the program to give the sellers a brief analysis of the projects and an inspiring message that would keep them motivated and encouraged in selling the Stateland projects.

On the other hand, various real estate licensed brokers were also briefed about the newest projects of Stateland through the Gran Avila and Casa Laguerta Brokers’ Project Orientation held last July 12 at the Cinema 2 of SM Sta. Rosa in Laguna. This orientation was attended by over 500 brokers and sales agents who are interested in selling the latest projects of Stateland Inc. Surrounded by a wide screen monitor and supreme sound system courtesy of SM Sta. Rosa cinema, the brokers were well informed about the developments of the Gran Avila and Casa Laguerta.  First Vice President of the Planning and Production Group, Arch. Grant Orbeta discussed the technical description of the two new rising communities in Calamba. Both the in-house sellers and brokers are now equipped with enough knowledge about the soon to rise communities in Calamba, Laguna.

As a part of the commitment to the Filipino people, Stateland Inc. continues to provide Filipinos the homes they deserve. It offers quality homes in well-developed communities and picturesque landscaped areas, in the most affordable prices. The company is continuously creating innovations in the real estate industry not only for the betterment of its people, but also of the nation.

To know more about the developments and more information about Stateland’s newest projects, contact the Marketing group at 244-6818 or 09178274553, or visit and the official Facebook page at                     Image