Lying on the plains of Central Luzon, Cabanatuan City is Nueva Ecija’s most populous local government unit (LGU). It is located along the national highway hosting to an intersection of road networks to Manila, Cagayan Valley, and the Quezon and Aurora Provinces. As such, it is a dynamic hub that constantly promises opportunities of economic growth and social mobility. It is one of the most accessible cities of the country and has long been a major trade, educational, medical, shopping, entertainment and transportation center in this part of the country. Needless to say, real estate value appreciates fast in this city.
Cabanatuan is one of the financial centers of Luzon, with more than 60 banks and a Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas local office, helping the growth of the different sectors, especially agriculture, which is an important pillar of the city’s economy. It has been ranked as one of the most livable cities in the country in terms of banking convenience by a study conducted by the Asian Institute of Management. It is also home to several dealerships of the world’s leading automotive companies such as Nissan, Toyota, Honda, Ford, and Hyundai.
The recent years have seen the growth of the service and motor vehicle industries and the expansion of its distribution and logistics centers for goods and commodities. It has started participating in the IT-BPO boom with the establishment of its first call centers. All these are making the city an economic leader of Central Luzon and the city government is speeding up further growth with fast business applications processing, low business taxes, income tax holidays and other similar incentives.
The continuing growth of Cabanatuan City has attracted a workforce that comes from the surrounding provinces and people who intend to make it their permanent home. To cater to the different residential needs, residential developments have mushroomed all over the city and its outlying areas, from high-end complexes to subdivisions for the middle class and cheaper alternatives for those who have limited financial capacities. Lots for every need and for every budget capacity are also available.
Here are some of the properties and lots for sale that are still on the market:
A 60-square-meter property at Kalikid Sur Village valued at Php72,000. For those looking for something bigger, there is a 120-square-meter lot in the same village valued at Php120,000. A 150-square-meter property can be acquired in Bitas for Php450,000. The city’s BDO branch is also offering, among many others, properties worth Php1,190,000 (1,190 square meters) and Php2,420,500 (4,841 square meters). A 45,345-sqm property is also available for Php13,603,500.
These are just the tip of the iceberg. Whether your needs are residential, commercial, industrial, for transient or permanent purposes, or for investment, Cabanatuan City has it for you, as it offers every real estate opportunity. After all, it is a place of limitless possibilities.