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Ayala Land and Vista Land Lead Winners in PH’s First-Ever Survey-Based Property Industry Awards

Online real estate platform Lamudi surveyed 10,000 property buyers for best players in 23 categories
By Lorenzo Kyle Subido |



Listed real estate developers Ayala Land and Vista Land and Lifescapes took home the most number of awards in The Outlook by Lamudi, a recognition of the country’s best property developers held last November 29.


Online real estate platform Lamudi Philippines conducted a survey early this year that gathered data from over 10,000 homebuyers and property seekers on the website. They were asked to select the best property developers and real estate projects for both the housing and condominium segments. Some categories were also divided between the Visayas region and Metro Manila, which includes its neighboring provinces.


For Bhavna Suresh Chathambeth, managing director of Lamudi Philippines, the survey is an important asset for the real estate industry, as it will be the first to gather insights from a large sample of property seekers.


“They say that a sample of 1,000 is a great reflection of what the market is saying. So we at Lamudi went two steps forward and said, let’s 10x it,” said Chathambeth. “Let’s make sure we talk to 10,000 property seekers, have a conversation with them and ask them what they think about the market.”


Ayala Land, the country’s second largest property company by market capitalization, won six of the 23 categories, the most for any developer. The company was named the best condo and mixed-use developer of the country, and its subsidiaries in both the affordable and high-end segments were recognized for certain residential projects.


The Villar-owned Vista Land was not far behind as it took home four awards. Three of those were under its flagship brand, Camella, which was named the best housing developer of the country. Vista Land was also recognized for its top-notch customer service.


Here are the winners of the 23 categories in The Outlook by Lamudi:



Best Condo Developer

  • Overall: Ayala Land
  • Visayas: Cebu Landmasters


Best Housing Developer

  • Overall: Camella
  • Visayas: Camella


Best Mixed-Use Developer

  • Overall: Ayala Land for Nuvali
  • Visayas: Megaworld for Mactan Newtown


Best Commercial Developer: SM Prime Holdings


Best Affordable Condo Development

  • Metro Manila and neighboring provinces: Trees Residences by SM Development Corp.
  • Visayas: Urban Homes Condominium by 8990 Holdings


Best Mid-End Condo Development: 100 West by Filinvest Land


Best High-End Condo Development

  • Metro Manila and neighboring provinces: The Proscenium at Rockwell by Rockwell Land
  • Visayas: 32 Sanson by Rockwell Land


Best Affordable Housing Development

  • Metro Manila and neighboring provinces: Avida Settings Cavite by Avida Land
  • Visayas: Camella Riverfront by Camella


Best High-End Housing Development

  • Metro Manila and neighboring provinces: Ayala Greenfield Estates by Ayala Land Premier
  • Visayas: Maria Luisa Estate Park by Maria Luisa Properties


Condo Development with the Best Design and Architecture

  • Metro Manila and neighboring provinces: Venice Luxury Residences by Megaworld
  • Visayas: One Oasis by Filinvest Land


Housing Development with the Best Design and Architecture

  • Metro Manila and neighboring provinces: Ayala Greenfield Estates by Ayala Land Premier
  • Visayas: Maria Luisa Estate Park by Maria Luisa Properties


Developer with the Best Customer Service: Vista Land


Developer that Offers the Property with the Best Value for Money: DMCI Homes


Developer that Provides the Best Amenities: Ayala Land






Lorenzo Kyle Subido is a staff writer of Entrepreneur PH

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