House and lot For Sale in Quezon City, Metro Manila

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The average price (2016) of a house and lot for sale in Quezon City is ~PHP 13,696,600.41 or PHP 57,991.21 per square meter.

Five MRT Line 3 stations serve Quezon City (Santolan Annapolis, Cubao Araneta, GMA-Kamuning, Quezon Avenue, and North Avenue), while five LRT Line 2 stations serve Quezon City (Gilmore, Betty Go-Belmonte, Araneta Center-Cubao, Anonas, and Katipunan). In addition, two LRT Line 1 stations serve Quezon City (Balintawak and Roosevelt).

Quezon City’s best-known landmark is the Quezon Memorial Circle, a rotunda that encloses the Quezon Memorial Park and Shrine.

Cubao for many years has been Quezon City’s only true business district. Nowadays, other popular QC business districts include Eastwood City, and the upcoming Vertis North.


The Entertainment District of Metro Manila

Elegant Kitchen to Encourage Your Culinary Skills

Situated in the northern part of Metro Manila, Quezon City is considered by many as the capital’s entertainment district. Indeed, the country’s two major television stations - ABS-CBN Corporation and GMA Network, Inc. - are located here. Owing to its huge size, the city is also a thriving industrial and commercial center.

It is the National Capital Region’s largest component city, boasting a land area of 166 square kilometers. It is also the most populous with over 2.8 million residents as of 2010. This number is only expected to increase over the next few years, as large sections of the city are being developed into new business districts and residential areas. Quezon City is definitely a prime real estate investment destination.


The City That Has It All

It is said that Quezon City is a city that has it all. Within its borders are ecological parks, large government hospitals, important educational institutions, and many commercial areas. Over the next few years, the city will see the opening of its very own central business district - Ayala Land’s Vertis North located along Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA).

Thanks to its foremost reputation as a residential area, the city has good transportation infrastructures and access to major thoroughfares, making commuting easy. It has three lines of commuter trains currently running: LRT-1, LRT-2, and MRT-3. More are planned for the next 10 years. EDSA runs from its southern point in Ortigas Avenue all the way up north to Balintawak, making travel to the Scout areas of South Triangle and the Project areas in Diliman a breeze. Meanwhile Congressional Avenue makes travel to Novaliches and Fairview easy.


House for Sale in Quezon City

Simple Modern Bedroom to Make Resting Easy

For many years, the  city has primarily been a residential area. It  boasts of countless houses for rent and for sale from elegant antique residences in the New Manila area to huge villa-inspired homes in Corinthian Village. If preferred, a contemporary townhouse for sale in Quezon City can be found in Philam Village and Loyola Heights.

Buyers will be pleased to know that the city offers many housing options within a wide range of prices. Homes within the subdivisions in Fairview are being sold for PHP 13 million. Those in the Batasan Complex along Congressional Avenue are slightly cheaper at PHP 12.8 million. For the truly affordable, there are townhouses and duplexes in New Manila and Fairview that are being sold for less than PHP 5 million.

Quezon City is a sound choice for people looking to buy a house in Metro Manila. Not only is the city easily accessible, but it also boasts of a thriving business environment. Moreover, it is home to some of the country’s most important institutions - educational, medical, governmental, and commercial - making it ideal for anyone looking for housing options that fit their lifestyle and needs.


2016 Average Price Data for a House and Lot for Sale in Quezon City

  2 Bedrooms
3+ Bedrooms
Overall Average
Bagbag 3,400,000 4,700,000 4,500,000
Bagong Silangan 6,200,000 10,000,000 16,800,000
Bahay Toro 6,100,000 6,716,000 7,666,000
Batasan Hills 4,600,000 7,500,000 15,200,000
Commonwealth 5,400,000 6,600,000 11,400,000
Cubao 6,209,127 6,554,055 8,812,152
Congressional Ave. 9,000,000 32,300,000 64,600,000
Diliman 2,950,000 11,511,219 12,753,372
Culiat 6,054,545 6,694,737 11,926,430
Holy Spirit 3,900,000 8,088,146 10,156,432
Kaligayahan 2,800,000 3,355,000 4,400,000
Katipunan 4,200,000 30,600,000 45,400,000
Loyola Heights 13,100,000 13,500,000 34,500,000
Mariana 6,600,000 14,900,000 27,800,080
Matandang Balara 13,700,000 29,000,000 41,900,000
New Manila 6,200,000 15,400,000 25,500,000
Novaliches 3,200,000 3,800,000 5,000,000
Tandang Sora 4,000,000 5,800,000 6,700,000
NOTE: Data is based on listings uploaded by real estate professionals in 2016.




Seven Reasons Why Quezon City Is the Most Preferred Location for Filipino Homebuyers

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When making a lifelong decision such as buying a house, one must consider a lot of things, naturally. Factors such as the type of house, developer’s reputation, building quality, design and space, amenities, security and safety, property value and affordability all come into play. But choosing the best location is first and foremost in any homebuyer’s mind.





Why Quezon City Should Be Your Real Estate Investment Destination

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What does PagIBIG Fund do?

What does PagIBIG Fund do?

The Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF) or more popularly known as the Pagtutulungan sa Kinabukasan: Ikaw, Bangko, Industriya, at Gobyerno Fund or the PAG-IBIG Fund is a fund dedicated to the creation and establishment of a national savings program and an affordable shelter financing scheme for Filipinos.