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If you are dreaming for a place where everything that you need and want are in it – you’re looking right here in Quezon City. Did you know that the capital of the Philippines before Manila was Quezon City? As the biggest city in population and land area – QC has become a full city complete with shopping, entertainment, art, business, parks, dining and nightlife. This is perhaps one reason why you wouldn’t think twice in investing a property here and settling down with your love ones. Quezon City is certainly the best choice if you’re looking for a place to live, love and thrive for a long, long time. It is continuously glowing and growing as this place is certainly the topmost location for a future abode – a dream home for yourself and your love ones. Who wouldn’t want a location as strategic, convenient and complete as QC?
Here are the reasons why you should choose to reside in Quezon City:
Seat of Government Service
If you are within QC, you’d be surprised that a number of major government offices are based here like the Batasang Pambansa with the House of Representatives, Office of the Ombudsman, Commission on Audit, the Cabinet Departments and the Sandiganbayan or anti-Graft Court. Government offices such as National Irrigation Administration, Sugar Regulatory Administration, Land Registration Authority, National Housing Authority, National Food Authority and Philippine Coconut Authority are all in Quezon City. What’s more: you can find the Land Transportation Office in East Avenue, QC. Other big government corporations like National Power Corporation, National Grid Corporation and National Transmission Corporation are within the area. The head office of Social Security System (SSS) and Bureau of Internal Revenue National Office are both located in the city.
Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) has a regional office in Mindanao Avenue.
Greenest and Eco-friendliest City
This city is a Green City primarily because its local government has implemented ordinances that helped mitigate pollution and minimize carbon footprint. This city has played an active role so far to promote sustainability with ordinances put into effect, such as: Green Building Implementation, Plastic Bag Reduction, Plastic and Styrofoam Ban, Garbage Segregation and Green Infrastructure Program. Quezon City has been striving to go for all the international standards of an ecologically compliant city and has been doing well to tackle all the environmental challenges through the years. You’re on the right track, QC!
Transport Accessibility & Convenience
Transport convenience and accessibility are factors why you want to settle in a certain location. You will have no concerns on the ease of commuting here since it is easily accessible through major thoroughfares, highways and mass transit systems. More than the usual buses and jeeps, residents can take the following: MRT-3, LRT-1 and LRT-2 to avoid the traffic and to be able to reach their destinations in the shortest time possible. This is a big plus to the riding residents of the city as their daily struggles in commuting is real. Being constructed now where many are looking forward is the MRT-7 or Red Line. This train line system is coming from the San Jose del Monte in Bulacan to North Avenue in QC. Note that this line will have 10 stops in this city out of the total 13 stops. What a comforting reassurance of easy, hassle-free and fast commute and travel – so this is another advantage if you choose Quezon City to be your home.
Enhanced Business Climate and Opportunities
Among the cities in the metro, QC ranks among the leading cities to conduct new businesses. As there is a flourishing economy on this side as can be seen from the IT parks, BPO and call centers scattered all around the city plus a rapid increase in number of new developments and infrastructures – the progress is truly astonishing. There are also “e-nnovations” (innovations done electronically) made to help the new business entrants by putting their businesses on the map through geotags of the locations to monitor the development and commercial character of the business areas. There is also a systematic management of taxation for the real property units as enhanced by the LGU’s Enhanced Tax Management System using geographic information systems. Further, a convenient way to pay real estate and business taxes 24/7 is just done via texting through mobile phone and paying mobile money. This would really set a trend for the other cities, ‘right? In fact, they’ve also implemented the QC BPO-ICT Council with the objective to assist with the concerns of all the entrepreneurs. These measures are indeed the way to upgrade the business climate here in the city that is evidently on the rise through the most recent years.
High Property Investment Appreciation Value
As a booming city, QC continues to experience the influx of real estate developments and infrastructure projects making an upsurge in market value and property assessments. Having said that, it is no wonder that if ever you choose to buy a home in this city, you will have the wisest and most judicious lifetime decision you can have, as this investment would likely appreciate through the years. You could leave this property as a treasured legacy to your future heirs and certainly they would be very pleased. For those considering buying a home in Quezon City, you can be confident that your investment will most likely appreciate in value so your hard earned money and savings will be put into a worthy and lasting investment.
Citizens’ Safety and Protection
If there’s one thing this city has on mind as its foremost concern, it is the citizens’ well-being and safety. Their protection is guaranteed as the measures done by QC government in investing for Php 100 million worth of CCTV cameras in major roads, thoroughfares as well as primary and secondary streets in almost all the localities of the barangays that they feel need them the most. This has started almost seven years ago. You and family will be kept well protected as you traverse through any of the areas of the city and you’d be assured that crimes of all kinds are minimized, if not hopefully zeroed out with all the security systems in place.
Top Education and Employability
It’s no wonder that employability is so high for QC residents since this city has the best schools in the country today. This is led by no less than the University of the Philippines in Diliman – the flagship campus of the top state university. Nearby is another premier school, the Ateneo de Manila University. Both these top schools have been included in the best top-performing schools globally. Other reputable educational institutions in the city include the following: FEU Diliman, St. Paul University, Miriam College, UERM Medical School, Trinity University of Asia, AMA University and QC Polytechnic University. If you’re a QC resident – you need not enroll in a university in the University Belt as many of these schools have good facilities and you stand a big chance to be employed easily if you’re a graduate of any of these schools here. Other schools worth mentioning are: Philippine Science High School and Quezon City Science High School which are special science high schools offering probably the best in secondary up to senior high education or K-12 in the country. Other popular schools for topnotch K-12 education are: Holy Family School of QC, School of the Holy Spirit, Stella Maris College, Siena College of QC, Angelicum, Lourdes School of QC, St. Mary’s College of QC and St. Theresa’s College. Your children will definitely have a bright future with the kind of education they will have in these outstanding schools.
For employment, opportunities are not wanting for the fresh K-12 or college graduates. Most of the business process outsourcing, offshore companies and call centers are located in areas in the city such as Cubao, Eastwood City, Novaliches and UP-Ayala Technohub in Diliman.
Specialized Medical Institutions & Facilities
If you talk about specialized hospital care – Quezon City has the edge over other cities. There is the Philippine Heart Center as well as the Philippine Children’s Medical Center, Lung Center of the Philippines and the National Kidney and Transplant Institute. The good thing is that all these hospitals are within the same vicinity near the Quezon City Hall, the seat of government. Other specialized centers are: Quezon Institute and Philippine Orthopedic Center. Apart from these, other well-known hospitals are St. Luke’s Medical Center, De Los Santos Medical Center, East Avenue Medical Center, Capitol Medical Center, Veterans Memorial Medical Center, UERM Memorial Hospital, United Doctors Medical Center, V. Luna Hospital and QC General Hospital. Primary quality medical care for all residents, regardless of social status is one big priority in this city and you can see why there are a number of good hospitals here.
Just recently, Quezon City has been touted as the country’s new “Health and Wellness Tourism Capital”, as per ordinance signed by its Mayor Herbert Bautista. A number of hospitals and hotels in Quezon City have continuously contributed to the growth of the medical tourism industry. Medical centers, clinics, aesthetic clinics as well as hotels and travel agencies – all registered in the city should plan for effective and competitive packages that will answer for those with medical needs and these can be readily available in this city. How’s that for more employment opportunities, too, in the health, wellness and tourism sectors.
Unique Natural Parks
One of the oldest parks in QC is Ninoy Aquino Nature Park and Wildlife Center. It is a zoological and botanical garden combined where one can just relax and enjoy nature. Other popular parks are the La Mesa Eco Park and the La Mesa Watershed Reservation in Novaliches. La Mesa Ecopark is a 33-hectare public park that underwent rehabilitation and re-opened to the public in 2004. What can you do here aside from nature tripping? A lot - like hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, rappelling, zip lining, fishing and paddleboat riding in the lagoon. Pretty cool, isn’t it? Along with it is the La Mesa Watershed Reservation, the protected area that preserves the only major watershed in Metro Manila. It has thousands of hectares for forest cover and open pastures as well as the inviting long nature trails. Other parks to explore are the Quezon Memorial Circle and the Fernwood Gardens, which is usually an events place for special milestones in your life. One that’s also worthy to see and enjoy is the University of the Philippines Arboretum, a must-visit for all plant enthusiasts.
Top Dining, Shopping and Leisure Spots
If you’re up for some great dining, leisure and shopping destinations – Quezon City will be the place. It is home to a number of malls, two of which are among the most popular and biggest shopping malls in the country – the SM City North EDSA and AYALA’s Trinoma Mall. Newer malls are Robinson’s Magnolia, Gateway Mall, Eastwood Mall, The Ayala Malls Vertis North, AYALA Mall Cloverleaf, UP Town Center, Landers Superstore Balintawak, Ayala Mall Fairview Terraces and Fisher Mall. So ladies take heart – you would never run out of shopping options here. Malls are in your midst at any point or direction and you’re in such a happy place. Filipinos love to eat and we usually eat out with family and friends for special occasions or even an ordinary day when we feel like it. Among the best restaurants are found inside the malls or somewhere in the favorite eating spots in the Scout areas, Tomas Morato and Timog Avenue. You will surely find the best dining spots here whatever your choice of food fare is.
In addition, this city boasts of the trendy food street parks – the most successful of which is the Maginhawa Street in UP Village. You can eat just about anything here – pizza, pasta, Mexican food, Japanese food, burgers and of course, Filipino favorites. It is now the top go-to place of foodies who want a different kind of dining experience. Of course, you cannot discount the presence of the old favorite restaurants along the areas in Diliman, Cubao, Triangle Park, New Manila, Scout areas as well as Eastwood City.
For leisure, who wouldn’t like to explore various museums and cultural centers like ABS-CBN Film Archives, ATENEO Art Gallery, Jorge B. Vargas Museum and Filipiniana Research Center, PAGASA Planetarium, Presidential Car Museum, Quezon Heritage Home, Quezon Memorial Shrine and Museo ni Manuel Quezon QC Museum, Quezon Heritage House and Art in Island? QC has all these cultural places to go and you wouldn’t waste your time as you indulge in the snippets of local culture and history as you learn something new or just remember what you know from your Philippine History subjects in school.
Best Entertainment and Nightlife
Quezon City will not be called the “City of Stars” for nothing. Why? Because two of the biggest TV networks are right here and a short distance from each other. ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation is at Eugenio Lopez Drive while GMA 7 Network is at EDSA corner Timog Avenue, both in Diliman. There’s just a short distance between these two networks. Around the area – the Scout and Tomas Morato-Timog areas are watering holes, fancy and casual restaurants, new and old hotels, karaoke and videoke places, entertainment joints and bars that make nightlife an exciting, thrilling one. Some of the popular places for nightlife are The Distillery in Eastwood and the Klownz Comedy Bar in Quezon Avenue. You can even have movie and TV stars’ sightings when you eat, dine or drink in any one of these “in “ places within the vicinity of the two big TV networks. TV 5, another network is located quite a distance – Novaliches.
If you mention Araneta Coliseum or more fondly called “The Big Dome” - then you always associate it with its location right in the heart of Cubao, QC. This has then been renamed now as the SMART Araneta Coliseum. It has been a historical place since some of the events that happened here are the Thrilla in Manila: Ali-Frazier Boxing Fight in the ‘70s as well as the much-loved Philippine Basketball Association games of the ‘80s and ‘90s. Concerts and musicals of famous celebrity performers, whether local or foreign are also being held here. There were also other events like national beauty pageants held here in the past.
The latest attraction, the Eastwood City Walk of Fame that is patterned after the Hollywood Walk of Fame is also one place to see and enjoy in this city.
As you ponder in choosing that dream home, choose the best location on top of other factors such as the developer, developer’s credibility, model and type of house, design and quality of the house, size of the house, security, facilities and amenities, property cost and affordability.
It is here where PH Realty can assist you find out that perfect home for you – be it a studio unit, 2-bedroom or 3-berdoom condominium, a house and lot, a townhouse, a duplex or an apartment – it doesn’t matter. We can look for the specific requirements that you need with our complete listing of homes for rent, lease-out or sale and perhaps, you want to invest in those projects still under construction. Provide us your wish list for a home and we will pick out the best place for you. We’ve been in this industry for so long so our edge is our leadership and reliability in selling, renting and leasing homes for our prospects and repeat customers. Get in touch with us now at PH Realty if you desire to live, love and thrive in your future home in this beautiful place in Quezon City. You can even be as specific as to where in QC you want to reside – we will present you with all the options.
Areas in Quezon City
|Property Name||Price (₱)||Location|
|Sun Residences||₱ 2,296,140||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Amaia Series Novaliches||₱ 3,200,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Amaia Skies Cubao||₱ 4,600,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Trees Residences||₱ 1,800,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Amaia Steps Novaliches||₱ 1,900,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|M Place||₱ 5,126,500||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Mezza Residences||₱ 6,096,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Mezza ll Residences||₱ 7,840,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Princeton Residences||₱ 5,036,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Berkeley Residences||₱ 4,743,555||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Grass Residences||₱ 2,900,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Blue Residences||₱ 2,756,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Viera Residences||₱ 2,831,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Golfhill Gardens||₱ 3,200,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Zinnia Towers||₱ 2,977,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Escalades East Tower||₱ 1,300,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|The Amaryllis||₱ 4,498,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Magnolia Residences||₱ 6,200,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|Escalades At 20th Avenue||₱ 2,300,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|
|One Eastwood Avenue||₱ 2,900,000||Quezon City, Metro Manila|