One of my dream business is to launch a cheap and affordable rent to own house using recycled container vans. It’s big enough for small and starter families and extendable for whenever owners have additional budget. I really like the concept of simple living using these container vans as a place to live.
That business is not yet happening for me, but I’m excited to discover other people doing it to help solve the housing trouble for most of people living in Metro Manila.
Home 168 Manila, a subsidiary of NearHome Inc., is now soft launching its accommodations and services to customers. Being the pioneer of dormitories, made with recycled container vans in Manila. Home 168 delivers affordable and structurally sound housing and amenities to their tenants.
According to Jong Kyung Lee, Director of Nearhome Inc., There are different social classes for people. Class A, B, C, D and E. The class A and B usually buy condos for themselves. We want to target the class C and below because our accommodation has a higher quality, living standard than what they normally go through every day.
Located in the center of Manila, close to transportation hubs and landmarks. Home 168 has chosen a strategic position for its tenants to be close to the places that matter to them the most. May it be their school, work, business, etc. Also, being close to commercial areas, gives them plenty of options for their basic needs such as laundry shops, convenience stores, computer shops, supermarkets and many more.
Home 168 Manila welcomes you with its Colorful, Convenient, Comfortable, Clean and Cozy dormitory spaces for as low as PHP 2,800/month. Upgrade your life by moving into the fun and safe Home 168 Manila community now. Home 168 Manila offers:
– More than 500 bed spaces for tenants
– Free mineral water
– Free electricity and water
– Free 100 Mbps WiFi
– Spacious outdoor amphitheater style work, study and charging station
– 24/7 Security with stationed Security Guards and 8-channel CCTV on all key areas of the dormitory compound
– Private lockers
– 2-Storey Bath Room Facility with 56 shower rooms, 48 toilet with bidet, 8 washing area and 8 Urinals
– Free Breakfast from Mondays to Fridays
– Free Cinema on Weekends
It can be really a heavy traffic in Manila during rush hour, especially in the Christmas season. “Manila dwellers spend the third longest average time in Asia; being stuck in traffic every day at 66 minutes,” as stated in an article at The Philippine Star.
Home 168 Manila also makes it easier for students to study; and employees to work in Manila. Reducing the need for them to go through the daily grind of commuting. Tenants may choose to unwind and relax at its unique outdoor yet roofed amphitheater.
Customers who have reserved prior to the opening dates, may now move in to their desired units. Not only that, but the first 50 people who book for 9 people, will be able to book an additional person free of charge.
About Home 168 Manila: is a 1332 sq. m project of NearHome Inc. in Malate, Manila. Established in December 18, 2017. Home 168 Manila wants to bring affordable accommodation and reliable services to the basic needs of employees and students.
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