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2 Bedroom House and Lot in Sto Nino Meycauyan, Bulacan

San Francisco, Bulacan
50Sqm Lot Area 100Sqm Floor Area 2 Bedrooms  2 Comfort Rooms  Only included is Aircon Inside subdivision at Sto Nino Meycauyan Bulacan  Clean Title Complete Documents 2.5 Million Selling Price 1 hour away from Monumento South Caloocan Bulakan, officially the Municipality of Bulakan, is a 1st class municipality in the province of Bulacan, Philippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 81,232 people. It is 35 kilometres north of Manila. Bulacan, officially the Province of Bulacan (Tagalog: Lalawigan ng Bulacan), is a province in the Philippines located in the Central Luzon region. Its capital is the city of Malolos. Bulacan was established on August 15, 1578, and part of the Metro Luzon Urban Beltway Super Region. It has 569 barangays in 21 municipalities and three-component cities (Malolos the provincial capital, Meycauayan, and San Jose del Monte). Bulacan is located immediately north of Metro Manila. Bordering Bulacan are the provinces of Pampanga to the west, Nueva Ecija to the north, Aurora and Quezon to the east, and Metro Manila and Rizal to the south. Bulacan also lies on the north-eastern shore of Manila Bay. In the 2020 census, Bulacan had a population of 3,708,890 people, the most populous in Central Luzon and the third most populous in the Philippines, after Cebu and Cavite. Bulacan's most populated city is San Jose del Monte, the most populated municipality is Santa Maria while the least populated is Doña Remedios Trinidad. In 1899, the historic Barasoain Church in Malolos was the birthplace of the first constitutional democracy in Asia. On November 7, 2018, the Provincial Government of Bulacan bagged its fourth Seal of Good Local Governance award. The SGLG award is a progressive assessment system that gives distinction to remarkable governance performance. This province is a part of Greater Manila Area.
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The province of Bulacan is located immediately north of Metro Manila, earning it the nickname of “The Gateway to the Northern Philippines.” It’s made up of three cities: Malolos (the provincial capital), Meycauayan, and San Jose del Monte. Purchasing a house and lot for sale in Bulacan gives you the luxury of living in a more laid-back area while still being connected to the bustling metro.


Nearby Establishments


Transportation hubs:
- Bus terminals of Baliwag Transit Inc., Golden Bee Transport and Logistics Corp., California Bus Line, Sampaguita Liner, and Royal Eagle

- Philippine National Railways North-South Commuter Railway (under construction)



- Baliuag University the Bulacan State University

- Bulacan Polytechnic College 

- Bulacan Agricultural State College

- Polytechnic University of the Philippines

- La Consolacion University Philippines 

- Centro Escolar University


Shopping centers:

- Robinsons Place Malolos

- Vista Mall Malolos

- Starmall San Jose del Monte

- SM City San Jose del Monte

- Walter Mart




Despite its proximity to Metro Manila, a house and lot for sale in Bulacan would cost you significantly less than one in Manila. A townhouse-style single attached house costs approximately Php 1.6 to 2.3 million. Even the more upscale developments remain affordable at around Php 3 to 4 million. A bigger house and lot sitting on 596 square meters of land would cost you around Php 9.5 million.


Why should homebuyers consider buying a house and lot in this area?


Bulacan is the nearest province to Metro Manila on the north side. It’s only about an hour away from the metro’s business districts in Makati and BGC. It’s even closer to Quezon City; it would take you under an hour to get to the city’s commercial and business centers. What makes having a residence in Bulacan even more appealing is that it’s easily accessible via buses, making your commute convenient and affordable. Since Bulacan is an agricultural area still, you can enjoy lots of greenery and outdoor activities.


Investment/Business/Work Opportunities


The economies of rural spots within Bulacan are still highly dependent on agriculture and aquaculture. However, the province is steadily shifting into industrialized businesses— this is due to its close linkage to Metro Manila. Several corporations have put up industrial factories and sites in Bulacan. This opens up more opportunities for employment for Bulacan residents. The spread of industrialization and commerce in the area also sets the stage for entrepreneurs to kickstart their own businesses.


FAQs - 


1. Why is a foreclosed house and lot for sale in Bulacan significantly cheaper?

Most foreclosed properties for sale are offered with an “as-is-where-is” basis. This means that there are no recent renovations or home updates done, however, that doesn’t mean that the houses are in bad shape either.


2. Which properties are close to NLEX exits?

We have a number of properties that are near NLEX entry and exit points. For one, the Lessandra Bulakan project is just 8 kilometers away from the Sta. Rita exit. Another home up for sale is situated near the Tabang exit.


3. How much is the initial cash-out for a new house in Bulacan?

The initial cash-out would depend on the house and lot’s selling price. For a standard single attached house that’s ready for turnover, the cash-out could be around 650K.