From Bulacan, you will get your first glimpse of Metro Manila through one of its frontier cities, Valenzuela. Once a site of consequential battles for the country’s independence, it is now an ever-expanding metropolis, due in large part to its strategic location. A first class, highly urbanized city, it is among the 16 cities that comprise the National Capital Region (NCR). It is close enough to be an easy commute to and from the heart of the NCR, but it is far enough from its hustle and bustle.
Thus, like Cavite in the south, Valenzuela is a practical alternative for NCR’s workforce who are looking for affordable and accessible homes, which are although not really near, are not too far either, whether on a permanent or transient basis; businessmen and entrepreneurs who are looking for locations that do not have the bottlenecks inherent in inner-city commerce; and migrants who wish to participate on its steady growth as a major economic and commercial center. Just 14 kilometers away north of Manila, Valenzuela is one of the few places in the NCR where you can have it both ways—the amenities and services offered by a city, and the serenity and tranquility of a rural area.
Whether your need is residential, commercial, or industrial; transient or permanent; high-end or something more affordable, Valenzuela has it all. If you have funds you can invest in real estate, Valenzuela is a good choice because real estate values here appreciate fast. Indeed, the city offers a wide array of real estate options.
Here are some of the properties and lots for sale in the city:
In ITC Woodlands Subdivision along National Road, lots beginning at 150 square meters are sold for Php10,100 per square meter. For Php1,515,000, you can have a slice of a peaceful neighborhood with all the modern amenities of a subdivision: A club house, swimming pool, tennis and basketball courts, children’s playground, landscaped gardens, underground drainage, centralized water system, and curbs and gutters.
For those looking for cheaper alternatives, a 167-square-meter residential lot is being sold in Bignay Village for Php835,000. In Ugong, a 40-square-meter lot is being offered for Php1,120,000. For something bigger, a 305-square-meter in Dalandanan can be purchased for Php1,950,000.
Properties are also being offered by the city’s BDO branch: A 437-square-meter lot for Php2,185,000 and a 1,872-square-meter lot for Php9,360,000.
In Viente Reales, an 8,069-square-meter lot suited for industrial or commercial purposes is available for Php72,621,000. A two-hectare property located in Gen. T. de Leon is also in the market for Php133,009,500. In Barangay Bignay, a lot measuring 3.4 hectares has a negotiable price of Php81,600,000.
Acquire a property now in Valenzuela City, and access easily the city life while enjoying the peace of your countryside home.