Whether you are a young professional looking for a fulfilling career, a family person looking for a good and safe place to settle down, or a budding entrepreneur looking for a place to grow your business, you might want to consider moving to North Luzon. We’re here to discuss why the future of real estate could be in the north.
There are a lot of provinces in North Luzon that are fast becoming a real estate destination coupled with tourism opportunities, a leading producer of high-value crops, livestock, and commercial fishery products, and a region with a unique culture and flair for arts, history, food, and traditions.
Moreover, with the government’s massive infrastructure program, going to North Luzon has never been so easy as the new infrastructure developments link the residential areas closer to more towns and cities through interconnected transportation routes, which makes real estate booming in these areas.
A unique hub of culture and cuisine
North Luzon is known as a unique hub of culture and cuisines. It reflects the remnants of a long and colorful history, characterized by heritage houses, museums, and historical landmarks. It is also known for artistry and creativity that adds distinction to each province with its tasteful culinary creations and fine arts and crafts. This adds to the factor of a growing economy and tourism in the north which is why real estate is also keen on creating a future in the location.
Each year, a growing number of tourists flock to North Luzon to enjoy sightseeing, taste the cuisine and experience the local culture. Aside from these, North Luzon is also known for exciting destinations for adventure seekers. A great outdoor adventure awaits thrill-seekers while white sand beaches and scenic landscapes await nature and beach lovers. Meanwhile, if you are the type who enjoys shopping, you can always retreat to the many malls and outlet stores in the North and indulge in some retail therapy.
Good Quality Education
The future of real estate could be in the north because there is a growing number of educational institutions that have already established their presence up North. There are different colleges and universities that one can go to should they decide to reside in North Luzon.
Commercial and Public Transit Developments
With the goal to boost the economic activity in the region, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has begun laying the groundwork for an expansive railway project that will connect Manila to Clark International Airport in Pampanga.
This 106-kilometer project is said to significantly reduce travel time for travelers going in and out of Pampanga. Once built, this mega infrastructure will span 17 stations across Tutuban in Metro Manila and Clark, Pampanga. This will surely bring convenience to the lives of passengers.
The future of real estate is in the north because according to reports, the DOTr has also begun construction of the Central Luzon Expressway that is expected to shorten travel time between Tarlac City and Cabanatuan City to encourage new investments. The massive infrastructure programs from the government’s “Build, Build, Build” program are expected to benefit North Luzon provinces.
Booming Local Economy
With the rise of business process outsourcing (BPO) companies, corporate offices, and more residential areas in the region, North Luzon is foreseen to become the next business district of the country, offering different career opportunities.
In fact, there are various big-ticket projects that are lined up which gives local and foreign investors a good reason to invest. Aside from this, there are also a lot of residential properties that are being developed in the region with a wide range of facilities and amenities to give homebuyers a complete and convenient lifestyle.
If you are looking for an ideal place away (but not too far) from Metro Manila, then North Luzon is the best place to live. Imagine a safe and conducive environment for families, investors, and career-driven professionals. This is another factor why the future of real estate could be in the north.
Safe Places to Explore in North Luzon
Aside from investment opportunities, you can also explore North Luzon to unwind and have fun a little bit. Most probably, you sometimes find yourself badly wanting to distress from the hectic schedule of work-from-home or work on-site.
The current work situation makes us want to unload once in a while. We have listed some places to check out in North Luzon if you want to relax.
Fontana Hot Spring Leisure Parks
If you want to take a short break from the hustle and bustle of Metro Manila, the Fontana Hot Spring Leisure Parks is an excellent place to explore. Located within Clark Freeport Zone, it is just a 5-minute drive from Clark International Airport. A perfect vacation spot because of its facilities and leisure activities.
Fontana has accommodations, a pool, a golf course, and restaurants, making it a wonderful place to unwind and stay safe.
Dinosaurs Island Clark
If you want to have a fun-filled and educational kids’ day out, you better explore Dinosaurs Island in Clark.
Dinosaurs Island is an animatronic theme park and museum that aims to provide guests with a unique interactive dinosaur learning experience filled with life-size creatures. In the country, it is known as the first-ever animatronics dinosaur theme park located at Picnic Grounds, Gil Puyat Avenue in Clark, Pampanga.
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Don’t forget to check out Wonderful Museums, Dinosaur Island, Insectlandia, and other attractions within the park that makes the North a good location for the future of real estate!
Doña Remedios Trinidad
If you are in for a more native, nature-inspired vacation? Then, check out Doña Remedios Trinidad, which is known as Bulacan’s Last Frontier and is home to adventurous and ecologically friendly tourist activities.
In this area, you will find various mountains that are perfect for hiking and naturescape. These include Mount Sumag, Mount Tanawan, Mount Silad, and Mount Sumacbao. One can also visit Mount Palanas, Mount Lumot, Mount Mabio, and Mt. Susungdalaga. Meanwhile, if you are more adventurous and into extreme sports, then you can explore Balistada Hill, Digos Hill, Mount Gola, Tila Pilon Hills, and Mount Manalmon.
Waterfalls can also be found in the area which one can enjoy after a strenuous hike in the highlands. These waterfalls include Verdivia Falls, Secret Falls, Talon ni Eva Falls, Talon Lucab Falls, Talon Pedro Falls, Talon Pari Falls, 13th Falls, and Zamora Falls, among others.
If you want to go camping with your friends and bask in the serenity of nature, then this place is for you.
Doña Remedios Trinidad is a municipality in Bulacan with each barangay offering a unique tourism attraction.
San Rafael River Adventure
San Rafael River Adventure is a great venue for various activities. Located in an unexpected paradise within reach, an hour drive from Balintawak Exit, San Rafael River Adventure features jet ski, banana bike, kayak, paddleboard, riptide ride, speedboat, banana boat, pedal boat, and many more water activities. There is also an infinity pool, a swimming pool, a floatation pool, inflatable slides, and many more attractions.
If you are after a peaceful adventure and nature-inspired getaway, you definitely have to visit San Rafael River Adventure which would not require you to travel far from Manila to enjoy a variety of water activities.
If you want to experience the fun of summer and make it nature-centric and go all-natural, then it would be best for you to check out the various falls and lakes in North Luzon that are just waiting to be discovered.
One of these falls is the Kaytitinga Falls, which is a three-level waterfall located in the easternmost part of San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan.
Eiffel Tower Replica
We all miss traveling outside the country, and this pandemic had us pushing back our travel plans abroad. However, Eiffel Tower Replica in Norzagaray, Bulacan will surely give you the Paris vibe that we all want to experience.
The Eiffel Tower Replica is situated in an open area. That is why it is safe to visit the place and take some pictures.
Rizal is known as a mountainous province which is located in the eastern part of Luzon. With this, it holds many natural gems that both locals and tourists are after. Located in between Baras and Tanay, Rizal, Masungi Georeserve offers a one-of-a-kind trek that will take about 3-4 hours before you reach the highest peak. Your adventurous self will surely enjoy Masungi Georeserve!
Even before the pandemic, the georeserve only allowed a limited number of guests per day to promote safety.
Guests below 21 and above 59 years old are not allowed to enter the georeserve. Any person who is caught violating these measures can be denied access by the management of the georeserve.
Have you heard about the famous giant wind turbines located in Barangay Halayhayin, Pililla, Rizal? This attraction can give you and your family a relaxing experience. Here, you can take pictures with its 27 massive white fans while enjoying the scenic view of Laguna De Bay.
Private Resorts In Taktak, Antipolo
There are a lot of private resorts that make use of the naturally flowing waters of Antipolo. But if you are the type of person who loves and enjoys dipping in pools, Taktak, Antipolo has many private resorts to enjoy. These resorts can accommodate a maximum of 20 persons, and they regularly disinfect the whole resort to maintain the safety of everyone.
It almost seems like 2021 is repeating itself, with the rising cases. There have been lockdowns and work-from-home schemes are still being implemented. On a positive note, many of us are lucky to get to stay home with family and still earn a steady stream of income. If you are among those lucky people, you might probably be wondering how to put it to a better purpose.
Given that we are amidst uncertain times, it is rather prudent to invest some money into the most stable type of investment – real estate. While some savings may help us get through this pandemic, it is investing that can help you pull through every uncertainty that may come our way.
If you are looking for a property to invest your money in, then consider North Luzon as your next investment destination.
The Booming North Luzon
The future of real estate could be in North Luzon beacuse of its booming and its provinces are becoming business hubs, tourism, and leisure destinations. Think about the world-class Clark International Airport and the Subic-Clark cargo railway. With the advent of big things coming to the region, livable communities should be a priority and this is what BRIA Homes is bringing in.
As soon as the NLEX-SLEX connector road is finished and demand for industrial, commercial, and residential space is growing, it is best to look for a property that is affordable, reasonably priced yet has high quality.
BRIA Homes is changing this since they’ve set up these projects all around town so people who choose to live in these homes would further flourish and grow. Job availability is at an all-time high and whether you are here or an OFW, residing or investing in North Luzon is just perfect for you.
Affordable House and Lots for Sale
As the future of real estate forseen in the north, BRIA Homes has developed communities in Alaminos, Pangasinan; Urdaneta, Pangasinan, Paniqui, Tarlac; Magalang, Pampanga; San Fernando, Pampanga; Mariveles, Bataan; and Hermosa, Bataan. BRIA Homes is also developing projects in nearby towns and cities, so there are a lot to expect in the coming years.
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BRIA Homes believes and is committed to providing Affordability (Mura) + Quality (Dekalidad), and each BRIA Home is built around this mission. Now everyone has the chance to own a home, near their workplace, business and retail establishments, schools, churches, and hospitals making it more convenient and easier to live because everything is near and accessible.
Aside from this, BRIA Homes also offer flexible payment schemes, from bank financing and Pag-IBIG funding. You can go to and from nearby cities and provinces easily because of existing and constructed highways, which is important to keep connections.
Written by Cheska Castro