BRIA Homes sees San Fernando City of Pampanga Golden Triangle as an emerging real estate hotspot

Elena xE in Empresa Mariveles

Location, location, location.” This oft-repeated real estate mantra stresses on how important a property’s location can be. Seasoned investors and even average homebuyers know that a house’s location is viewed as equally important—or even more so—than the actual home itself.

While a newly acquired dwelling can be upgraded through renovation and enhancements, a property’s prime location offers immediate strategic value that is right up there with size, architectural design, interior layout, and flexibility of living spaces.

”Get the location right” is thus an incredibly useful tip property seekers must heed. After all, features that make for thriving residential communities include proximity to essential destinations; the presence of transport hubs; modern infrastructure such as bridges or spans; and well-built roads and highways—all signs of unmistakable economic progress.

In the Philippines, one of the fastest-growing provinces is Pampanga in Central Luzon. Having made it to the list of top ten richest in the country, Pampanga is touted as the next megalopolis by no less than former president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, one of its most prominent natives.

Long known for its colorful festivals, giant kaleidoscopic lanterns, exquisite woodcrafts, and superbly fashioned home furniture, Pampanga is also a quick tourist draw as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines.

To date, the province has curated the Pampanga Golden Triangle, which consists of the cities of Angeles; San Fernando, the capital of Pampanga and home of BRIA San Fernando; and Mabalacat, as well as the municipalities of Porac, Floridablanca, Lubao, Guagua, Santa Rita and Bacolor. According to the province’s website, these “represent fast-growing and high-density settlements within Pampanga,” a veritable hotspot for both property investors and homebuyers.

It’s no surprise that leading property developer BRIA Homes is smack-dab in the middle of all this, with BRIA San Fernando offering the most viable housing options to prospective homeowners in the Pampanga Golden Triangle. Property investors are, in fact, eyeing BRIA San Fernando as an idyllic residential haven for office workers and families of migrant workers, especially when the province fulfills its potential as a hub for international business.

Aside from being easily accessible from Metro-Manila through the North Luzon and Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressways, BRIA San Fernando is also near the Clark Freeport Zone and the new Clark International Airport (CRK), which is envisioned to be Asia’s next premier gateway.

“Choosing locations with potential for growth and further development is how BRIA Homes ensures that their properties provide lasting value for buyers and investors,” says BRIA Division Head for Central Luzon, Neil Almonte. “Thanks to the Pampanga Golden Triangle, BRIA San Fernando is one such residential development in the outskirts of Manila that presents an incredibly high potential for real estate investment,” Almonte affirms.

Interested homebuyers can immerse themselves through BRIA’s 360 Virtual Tours and inquire online through our Facebook page. They can also reserve a house online through this link.



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