WITH the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, it’s now even more important to wisely choose the location of your home.

Local governments of Pasig, Marikina and Manila, as well as the municipality of Cainta in Rizal, have stepped up in helping their residents cope with the “new normal.” These LGUs have regularly distributed relief goods and cash aid, and strictly implemented health and safety protocols.

“We have seen what these cities and their leaders have done to lighten the load of their constituents. Thus, it comes as no surprise to see people wanting to move and relocate in areas like Pasig and other parts of the metro where the battle against COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019), while not completely won, is somewhat better addressed and dealt with,” Sta. Lucia Land President Exequiel Robles said in a statement.

Sta. Lucia Land has developed residential subdivisions and vertical communities within these cities. These include Sta. Lucia Residenze, Acropolis Loyola, Orchard Towers, Cainta Greenland and Pasig Greenland.

“For those looking to acquire homes that could serve as their sanctuary during and beyond the pandemic, we encourage them to look into our various projects in the area. As one of the first movers in these cities, we believe that we really understand what the market wants and that we’ve managed to create and build projects that would help further increase the value and livability of these cities,” Mr. Robles said.