With its homey ambiance, it is contemporary yet highly livable. Alabang caters to an urban lifestyle that is more family-friendly, a concept that is perfect for millennials, yuppies, newly wedded couples, starting or small families, empty nesters and even retirees.
Bacolod is more than just the City of Smiles. In 2017, it is awarded as one of the best places to live in the Philippines. Thus, there should be no second thoughts whatsoever if you want to live here. While the setting is highly urbanized, Bacolod remains faithful to its roots—laidback and low-cost living amidst the smiling locals that charm local and foreigners alike. Its southern charm never seizes to amaze.
Bauan is one of the most popular towns in Batangas. It’s a lowland with mountains and hills at the outskirt. Not surprisingly because Bauan came from bauang, a tagalog word that means ‘close and rugged mountain.’
A cluster of villages, Bicutan is a vibrant and dynamic city. Living here will never be dull and boring. Bicutan is rapidly growing as well. And growth is mostly evident on the rise of modern residential places, making it an ideal permanent address for the young urban professionals.
Cagayan de Oro, or CdO, is truly a gateway to many things that Mindanao has to offer. While it is a big city, it has a small community vibe. Another interesting reason to make Cagayan de Oro your next permanent address is the people. One will feel safe and comfortable within any community. People look out for one another. It’s not surprising though since CdO is also known as the City of Golden Friendship.
Cavite is a historical province. In fact, it is dubbed as the Historical Capital of the Philippines. But certain reasons why living here is a welcome idea. Case in point is its socio-economic setup. For one, there are mixed-use developments with a suburban community feel.
Iloilo City, the home of Dinagyang Festival, is one of Panay Island’s most endearing highlights. Not only that though because this relatively small city has so many things to offer, from unexploited beaches to heritage sites. Living in Iloilo City means leaving behind all the negatives associated with the major cities. Not to mention, you will have incredibly kind neighbors that are the Ilonggos.
Located 40 kilometers south of Metro Manila, Laguna is an ever-thriving city. In particular, the reason is the existence of new city center, Sta. Rosa, which was awarded as one of the top cities conducive to doing business. There’s more to Laguna than Sta. Rosa, though. Living closer to nature, residential developments focus on growing families amid an eco-friendly environment. What better way to emphasize a green lifestyle than to be a part of this residential enclave.
Living in Mandaluyong is where the heart of work-play balance is. The work environment is made more conducive by the availability of residential buildings and transport network. It also means high accessibility—all your needs are within reach. Play is what makes living in Mandaluyong all the more exciting. With a permanent residence here, you are close to shopping complexes and recreational facilities.
Manila is a dynamic megalopolitan. It epitomized modernity, coupled with excellent infrastructure overall. This is the place where everything is truly within reach. Living in the metro would mean experiencing all the perks and privileges that this premier city has to offer.
Considered as a bountiful province – a gateway to the North, Nueva Ecija’s sprawling and varied geological features such as plains and mountainsides have made it the ideal location for the sustenance of life.
From its name La Pampanga which was given by the Spaniards to its festivals, Spanish influence is very prominent in the church architecture. The two most popular churches in Pampanga are Santa Monica Parish Church in Minalin and Santiago Apostol Parish Church in Betis, both are baroque style churches and national cultural treasures. Betis Church is also dubbed as the Sistine Chapel of the Philippines because of its intricately-designed ceiling murals.
Pasig City is one of the most livable cities in the world, not just in the Philippines. There are good reasons for being so. One is the fact that Pasig City is an ecopolis. This means a green movement is emphasized and practiced particularly by the local government unit. Whether you are into green living or not, there is no reason not to make Pasig City your permanent residence.
Quezon City is an undeniably progressive city. In fact, it is the most progressive in Metro Manila hence opportunities abound. May you be a millennial who is seeking his rightful place in the corporate world or family breadwinner who cannot give up her career, get to experience where this progress can take you by living here.
Sucat, Parañaque is one of the few places in the south that makes city living easy and comfortable. The communities are so laidback, making them welcoming and relatable. And they are family-oriented too. Everything is within arm’s reach. With this, starting and growing a family is viable.
Tarlac was previously part of Pampanga and Pangasinan. It was the last territory in Central Luzon to be under the Spanish influence in 1874. The province got its name from a weed known to the locals as “malatarlak,.” (in Spanish, “tarlac”) which can only be found The plant is only present in the Northern region.