Affordable Rent to Own House in Pasig City

 

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The City of Pasig straddles the eastern border of Metropolis Manila, and is bordered by Quezon City, Mandaluyong, Makati, Marikina, and Antipolo, among others. The city was once under the jurisdiction of the Province of Rizal before being separated therefrom, and served as its capital during this period.

Several legends and stories surround the origin of its name. Some say that it took its name from the Sanskrit word “pasega”, which translates to sand. This was due to the fact that the tribal community that initially settled here lived by the sandy edges of what may be Pasig River. Historians, on the other hand, say that the city was once called El Pasig, paying tribute to Miguel Lopez de Legazpi. Legazpi was a well-known Spanish explorer, and is recorded as the first Governor-General of the Philippines. A simpler take on the name, on the other hand, involves the Tagalog word “dalampasigan”, which translates to riverbank.

As of the 2015 census, 755,300 people have been recorded to have been living in Pasig. With a territorial area of 31.46 square kilometres, Pasig is reported to have a density of 24,000 people per square kilometre.

Houses in Pasig may be extremely expensive or relatively cheap, considering that several high-end villages and subdivisions are located therein. Purchasing a house in Pasig can carry a price tag of as low as Php2.7 million to as high as Php 199million, with the former being in the form of simple bungalows and townhouses and the latter being palaces and mansions in posh and luxurious subdivisions. Renting a house, on the other hand, can cost around Php16,000 a month to Php220,000 a month, depending once more on the location of the house to be rented and the type of home being considered.

 

 

Living by the Riverbank

Find a rent to own house in PasigPasig is known for many things, but it is perhaps most famous for the Pasig River that flows from the Laguna de Bay to Manila Bay, snaking through various areas in the Metro. The city is, of course, defined by more than just the river. It offers a wide array of activities for wide and varied interests. Climb Central Manila located in the Greenfield District houses the largest indoor wall-climbing facility in the country that caters to mountaineers who may not have the time and energy to travel to natural mountain climbing spots inside or outside Metro Manila. The Bike Playground in Circulo Verde offers extreme and casual bike enthusiasts with an accessible biking track with enough twists, ramps, and a pump track to induce that feeling of excitement bikers get when they risk their lives on off-road trails in the mountains. Technically, the Playground is located in an area under the jurisdiction of Quezon City, but is still easily accessible from Pasig via the C-5 Road.

Pasig is also known for the food and shopping spots littering areas within and around the city. Inside, the Kapitolyo area treats visitors from all around the Metro with unique gastronomical experiences that would surely delight the matakaws in all of us. It features places as unique as the Locavore, with its own unique take on the various Filipino dishes, to places as simple as Kanto Freestyle Breakfast that literally offers an all-day breakfast menu ranging from the traditional silogs to the continental waffles and pancakes, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Avid shoppers would also delight in the fact that Pasig houses the Tiendesitas, which is technically more of a hodgepodge of tiangge shops in an air-conditioned space than a mall. The Estancia Mall in Capitol Commons also caters to the shopping needs of nearby residents and of those who may have wandered into the area for the restaurants therein. The shopping, however, does not end there.

Several of the biggest malls in the country are located in areas around Pasig. SM Megamall, Shangri-La Plaza Mall, Greenhills Shopping Center, and Robinsons Galleria are all within a short drive from the boundaries surrounding Pasig, while access points leading to BGC, Makati, and Quezon City are available in certain parts of the city, giving residents access to the restaurants and shopping centers located within.

 

 

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