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Houses and lots for sale in Nueva Ecija vary in not only style and size, but also prices, with the market featuring foreclosures listed for as little as Php118,800, to five bedroom grand mansions presently valued at Php14 million.

Nueva Ecija is a landlocked province, lush with a booming agriculture business and historical sites.

Nueva Ecija is known as the “Rice Granary of the Philippines” because it is one of the top producers of the crops in the country. Other agricultural contributions include corn, onions, garlic and other fruits and vegetables.

Nueva Ecija is only three hours away from Metro Manila using the newly constructed SCTEX highway transportation system.


Rich in Culture and History and Nature

Buy a Home in Nueva EcijaWhile Nueva Ecija might not be the typical tourist destination for those in search of tropical beaches and seaside attractions, being a landlocked province, it is still one of the country’s most interesting locales because of its rich history. Representing one of the eight rays of the sun in the Philippine flag, Nueva Ecija was one of the eight provinces that had revolted against the Spanish colonizers.

There are many culturally and historically significant landmarks in this province. One example is the 19th century Sideco House, which was home to Emilio Aguinaldo and his men during the American regime, after General Luna’s assassination. Another historical site is the American and Filipino Camp Pangatian Memorial Shrine. This was where prisoners of war for both American and Filipino soldiers were housed during World War II.

Nueva Ecija may be landlocked but it is still teeming with ecological diversity and lush greenery. The Minalungao National Park, located within General Tinio, is a 2000 hectare park, protected for its limestone formations surrounding the Penaranda River. Rafting, swimming and cliff diving are just some of the activities that can be done here. Among the locals, Tanawan in Laur Nueva Ecija is a booming destination for its establishments with view decks that overlook a hill-top view of Tanawan’s luscious greenery.


Buying a House in Nueva Ecija

House and Lot in Nueva EcijaCentral Luzon living is made affordable should one choose to relocate to Nueva Ecija. Living in this province would be perfect for those who crave life away from the hustle and bustle of city living; life away from the traffic, noise and pollution city living has to offer. It is the perfect mix of development and progress without the saturation of chaotic city-living.

This is not to say that Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija’s economic center, is not progressive and under development. As Nueva Ecija’s metropolitan hub, many people from adjacent towns and municipalities flock to Cabanatuan for closer proximity to where they work. Many large-scale developers, from Metro Manila and Cebu are flocking to Cabanatuan, investing in its overall real-estate landscape. One example of this is Sta. Lucia Realty’s Lakewood City, home of one of the country’s 64-hectare championship golf course.

What was once known as the Tricycle Capital of the province, Cabanatuan’s infrastructure is undergoing continuous development to support the influx of its new residents. Intercity and Interprovincial buses, aside from the local tricycles and minibuses, are the main modes of transportation to get around and in and out of the province.

Among the present house for sale options in Nueva Ecija is are two-bedroom homes priced between Php2.5 million to Php3 million. Homes in this price range are typically of the townhouse variety. Larger and more extensive homes are, of course, available on the market, where homes with as much as five bedrooms are currently listed for prices of between Php4.5 million to Php5 million.