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Residential Land Lot for Sale Located in Tacloban City, Leyte

Barangay 50, Tacloban
FOR SALE Location     :     Tacloban City, 5 minutes by car from Tacloban City Hall Description:      Lot Area - 5,550 sqm, Vacant lot.  Clean Title. With rental income till end of year 2023 Price          :      Php 6,000/sqm Tacloban, officially the City of Tacloban, is a 1st class highly urbanized city in the Eastern Visayas region of the Philippines. The city is autonomous from the province of Leyte, although it serves as its provincial capital. Tacloban (/tækˈloʊbən/ tak-LOH-ban; Tagalog pronunciation: [tɐkˈloban]), officially the City of Tacloban (Waray: Syudad han Tacloban; Tagalog: Lungsod ng Tacloban), is a 1st class highly urbanized city in the Eastern Visayas region of the Philippines. The city is autonomous from the province of Leyte, although it serves as its provincial capital. According to the 2020 census, Tacloban has a population of 251,881, making it the most populous city in the Eastern Visayas.  The city is located 360 miles (580 km) southeast from Manila. Tacloban City was briefly the capital of the Philippines under the Commonwealth Government, from 20 October 1944 to 27 February 1945. In an extensive survey conducted by the Asian Institute of Management Policy Center and released in July 2010, Tacloban City ranks as the fifth most competitive city in the Philippines, and second in the emerging cities category. On 8 November 2013, the city was largely destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan, having previously suffered similar destruction and loss of life in 1897 and 1912. On 17 January 2015, Pope Francis visited Tacloban during his Papal Visit to the Philippines and held a mass at Barangay San Jose, and later he led mass of 30,000 people in front of the airport. For additional information, please call
₱ 33,300,000
5550 m²
Land Size
19/03/2022
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Commercial Lot for Sale in Tacloban City 1,886 sq.m., P14.1M

Barangay 110, Tacloban
Location: Bypass Road, Barangay Utap, Tacloban City Lot Area:1,886 SM Price/SQM:7,000/sqm, Net of Tax Total Contract Price:14,145,000 Notes: One parcel of land Frontage:23 meters Terrain : Flat Access Road: Right along the bypass road Distance and Landmarks: Top Armada Cement Corp Warehouse 300 meters Leyte Home Depot 1.1 KM Citi Hardware 3 KM Seller: Private individual Classification:  Per Tax Dec. agricultural Current Classification: Commercial Titled (Y/N): Yes Ideal for: Warehouse / Display center / Commercial Building / Hardware / Grocery / Commissary / Gas Station / Carshop Tacloban, officially the City of Tacloban, is a 1st class highly urbanized city in the Eastern Visayas region of the Philippines. The city is autonomous from the province of Leyte, although it serves as its provincial capital. Tacloban City was briefly the capital of the Philippines under the Commonwealth Government, from 20 October 1944 to 27 February 1945. In an extensive survey conducted by the Asian Institute of Management Policy Center and released in July 2010, Tacloban City ranks as the fifth most competitive city in the Philippines, and second in the emerging cities category.] On 8 November 2013, the city was largely destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan, having previously suffered similar destruction and loss of life in 1897 and 1912. On 17 January 2015, Pope Francis visited Tacloban during his Papal Visit to the Philippines and held a mass at Barangay San Jose, and later he led mass of 30,000 people in front of the airport.
₱ 14,145,000
1886 m²
Land Size
16/05/2022
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16-Hectare Lot in Tacloban Ideal for Processing Zone or Residential Housing

Barangay 97, Tacloban
16 Hectares Residential Lot in Tacloban City for Subdivision Housing For Sale Lot for sale ideal for residential subdivision project or economic processing zone project. Location: Brgy Kawayan, Tacloban City 10-kilometer distance North from the city proper. The site is surrounded by several subdivisions. Near Tacloban North Public Market, Northern Tacloban City National High School,  North Hill Park Subdivision, North Kawayan Ville Habitat, Saint Francis Village, Geendale Residences Tacloban, officially the City of Tacloban, is a 1st class highly urbanized city in the Eastern Visayas region of the Philippines. The city is autonomous from the province of Leyte, although it serves as its provincial capital. Tacloban City was briefly the capital of the Philippines under the Commonwealth Government, from 20 October 1944 to 27 February 1945. In an extensive survey conducted by the Asian Institute of Management Policy Center and released in July 2010, Tacloban City ranks as the fifth most competitive city in the Philippines, and second in the emerging cities category. On 8 November 2013, the city was largely destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan, having previously suffered similar destruction and loss of life in 1897 and 1912. On 17 January 2015, Pope Francis visited Tacloban during his Papal Visit to the Philippines and held a mass at Barangay San Jose, and later he led mass of 30,000 people in front of the airport. A must sale. The owner is open to a reasonable counter offer. Price: 1,400 per square meter or PHP 224,000,000 Property Status: Titled Property Call now for more details. 
₱ 224,000,000
160000 m²
Land Size
16/05/2022
Available From

The province of Tacloban developed from a small fishing village, a barrio of Basey, Samar. The word Tacloban is from the word "Taklub", which means a basket-like contraption for catching fish.

Anyone who buys a property for sale in Tacloban, Leyte can look forward to a high quality of life, with minimal traffic, fresh air, a low crime rate, a thriving agri-fishery and manufacturing industry, and a welcoming community.

There are different options for a property for sale in Tacloban, Leyte to choose from with different price points depending on their floor area and land sizes.

From shopping centers to historical spots, there are numerous places to visit when you live in this city.

 

Early BeginningsProperties for sale in Tacloban

The province of Tacloban developed from a small fishing village, a barrio of Basey, Samar. The word Tacloban is from the word "Taklub", which means a basket-like contraption for catching fish. The city is well-known for its role in World War II, being a major base for the US forces and the first town liberated by Douglas MacArthur's forces from the Japanese Imperial Forces.

For some time, it served as the capital of the Philippines while Manila was still under Japanese control. For several years, Tacloban was a barrio of Basey, Samar. During this time, the place was known as Kankabatok - meaning belonging to Kabatok, because its most prominent inhabitant was named Kabatok. 

Anyone who buys a property for sale in Tacloban, Leyte can look forward to a high quality of life, with minimal traffic, fresh air, a low crime rate, a thriving agri-fishery and manufacturing industry, and a welcoming community. 

 

Life in Tacloban

Buying a valuable property for sale in Tacloban, Leyte is worth it since the area is one of the most livable provinces in the country. Though it’s mostly famous for being the hardest hit by Typhoon Haiyan, the city still has something to prove to all of us. From shopping centers to historical spots, there are numerous places to visit when you live in this city. One of them is the oldest shopping center of Tacloban, which is the Gaisano Capital Mall. It used to be the city’s only mall so it’s not hard to locate. The famous San Juanico Bridge can also be found in Tacloban, as well as tourist spots like the Santo Niño Church, considered the most important religious site in the province because it houses the miraculous image of Sto. Niño, the patron saint of Tacloban. The church was severely damaged due to Typhoon Haiyan.

For sale tacloban propertiesFor tourists, all the native products of the city can be found at the Bahandi Pasalubong Center. One of the most popular establishments in Manila, Robinsons Place, also has its branch in Tacloban city. Tacloban also houses some popular schools like AMA College and ABE International, Eastern Visayas State University, Leyte Normal University, and University of the Philippines Visayas – Tacloban College. For those who love food, there are several restaurants in Tacloban that offer the best local cuisine, such as Ocho Seafood Grill, Giuseppe’s Italian-Filipino restaurant, and Chew Love.

 

Buying a house in Tacloban

Buying a property for sale in Tacloban, Leyte means owning a piece of the bustling economic center of Eastern Visayas. There are different options for a property for sale in Tacloban, Leyte to choose from with different price points depending on their floor area and land sizes. A two-story property for sale in Tacloban, Leyte with seven bedrooms costs Php 4,600,000 pesos while the same type with eight bedrooms costs more than double at Php14,500,000. These houses can be found in one of the many subdivisions in Tacloban City. These types of houses may be very interesting for large families, but it’s also easy for smaller families to find their dream property for sale in Tacloban, Leyte.  

Frequently Asked Questions
 

Is there a large property for sale in Tacloban, Leyte with more than 3 bedrooms?
Yes, there are 7 large properties for sale in Tacloban, Leyte with more than 3 bedrooms. These sprawling homes are ideal for growing families.

Is there a foreclosed property for sale in Tacloban, Leyte?
Yes, there are 4 foreclosed properties for sale in Tacloban, Leyte. Some of these properties sell for as low as Php 600,000. 

Is there a lot for sale in Tacloban, Leyte?
Yes, there are 26 lots for sale in Tacloban, Leyte. These lots range from commercial lots to agricultural lots.