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The average price of a house and lot for sale in Makati is ~PHP 207,190,000. The city is the Philippines’ most elite housing market.

Makati is home to six of Metro Manila’s most exclusive and expensive gated communities or subdivisions: Forbes Park, Dasmarinas Village, Urdaneta Village, San Lorenzo Village, Bel-Air Village, and Magallanes Village.

In spite of not being known as an educational hub, Makati is home to a number of topnotch colleges and universities, most notable of which include the publicly funded University of Makati, the Asian Institute of Management, the Ateneo Professional Schools, Mapua Institute of Technology, Centro Escolar University–Makati, Far Eastern University–Makati, and the Lyceum of the Philippines University–Makati.

Aside from Ayala Center, another popular commercial and shopping district in Makati is the Lopez-owned Rockwell Center. Situated in Barangay Poblacion, this former thermal power plant is now home to upscale condos, office towers, and a high-end shopping mall, the Powerplant Mall. Other burgeoning commercial areas in Makati include Circuit Makati in Barangay Carmona and Century City also in Barangay Poblacion.

 

 

The Philippines’ Foremost Business City

House and Lot for Sale Makati

Located in the middle of bustling Metro Manila is the cosmopolitan city of Makati - one of the 17 cities and municipality that make up the National Capital Region. The city has a total land area of 27.35 square miles and a population of 529,039 as of the 2010 statistics. It is one of the most competitive, progressive, and developed cities in the country, and perhaps the most popular place in Metro Manila.

Many people may not know that before Makati became a city and a part of the capital, it used to be a town that was once part of the Rizal Province - it was actually considered as a place of pilgrimage. Spanish missionaries built churches and seminaries to introduce Roman Catholicism as the religion to its early settlers. One of these churches that are still standing today is the Our Lady of Guadalupe, which is now the National Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

During the American era, the city was the home of the Philippines’ only airport: the Nielsen Airport, which was located in the area that is now part of the Ayala Triangle Park.

It was only in the 1950s when the city was developed. It soon flourished to become the country’s first financial center. Today, the Makati Central Business District (CBD) is the country’s most important business district. It is home to the headquarters of multinational and large local companies, banks, the Philippine Stock Exchange, and the country’s tallest skyscrapers.

 

House for Sale in Makati: A Popular Choice

Being an important business district, Makati is a popular choice to buy a home among both expatriates and Filipinos. Within its borders are high-end subdivisions or gated communities that offer sprawling estates. These include the following:

  • Forbes Park
  • Dasmariñas Village
  • Urdaneta Village
  • Bel-Air Village
  • San Lorenzo Village
  • Magallanes Village

House for Sale Makati

However, the city also offers more affordable housing options, such as renting or buying a house in the smaller, less well-known subdivisions and villages. These can be found in many of the barangays, and they offer townhouses for sale, duplexes, and single-family houses. Such can be found in the following locations:

  • Palm Village in Brgy. Guadalupe Viejo
  • San Miguel Village in Brgy. Olympia
  • Rizal Village in Brgy. Valenzuela
  • Brgy. San Antonio
  • Evangelista Street in Brgy. Bangkal

Makati offers a more cosmopolitan living to would-be residents compared to the other cities of Metro Manila. The city is home to many reputable schools, is served by good transport links and a line of commuter trains, has topnotch hospitals, and is home to some of the most high-end shopping malls of Metro Manila. The city is the country’s foremost business district, so employment opportunities are abound as well. This is the main reason why many people opt for a house and lot for sale in Makati to make the city their permanent address.

 

 

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