Jul 28, 2020
The Villar Group’s AllHome Corp. on Monday said it has collaborated with Vista Residences, the condominium arm of property developer Vista Land and Lifescapes Inc., to give condo unit owners free consultation services on improving their homes.
“We are thrilled to collaborate with Vista Residences to give insights on interior design for condo living. We see Investment Lab as a valuable source of information as well as a good opportunity for us to share our expertise in enhancing condo living spaces and elevating condo interior style,” Mary Lee S. Sadiasa, AllHome COO, said.
AllHome will provide exclusive services to Vista Residences unit owners, including free interior styling consultation, it said. The Villar retailer said it has a team of professional interior designers that will help unit owners design their units.
This design consultation with AllHome does more than create living spaces, as it allows homeowners and investors to plan these spaces with purpose and in effect, fully utilize the entire condominium space, the company said. The service is free and available to all participants of Investment Lab, especially individual homeowners, it said.
“We would like to help existing and potential condo unit owners to know more about the latest interior design trends and teach them on how to efficiently design their condo spaces with our wide selection of products to choose from,” Sadiasa said.
The said collaboration between the two Villar companies will also be seen throughout Vista Residences’ Future Ready campaign—a complete look at the future of real estate with the intent of guiding its customers’s investment post-pandemic, encouraging a future-ready mindset through a series of mini-campaigns and brand initiatives that curate thought leadership, partnerships, knowledge-sharing and exclusive deals.
AllHome said its income in the first quarter rose 30 percent to P270.2 million, from last year’s P207.1 million, mainly as a result of its expansion.
Revenues for the period rose 41 percent to P3.4 billion, from P2.4 billion in the same period in 2019, the company said.