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Why Invest in Bacolod City Real Estate?

Bacolod City real estate has shown an overwhelming and rapid growth. At almost every point in the city, you will find subdivision projects, condominiums, and commercial buildings being developed. Having been recognized as the Most Business Friendly City in the Philippines in 2007, Bacolod City has indeed proven its worth as an ideal place to invest in real estate, to start anew and to raise a lovely family.

The city is classified as a highly urbanized city, and is the capital of the province of Negros Occidental. It is the converging point between the northern and southern cities and towns of Negros, making it virtually accessible to anybody.

It boasts of the Bacolod-Silay Airport, an airport with international standards, providing numerous flights to Manila and to other major cities in the Philippines every day. It also has a seaport where you can find vessels bound for Iloilo, as well as to Manila.

The city was also awarded as the Cleanest and Greenest Highly Urbanized City in the Philippines. This proves the ability of the local government to maintain the surroundings and make traveling around the city a pleasurable one. The wide roads make it possible to enjoy leisurely driving with friends and family.

The high literacy rate in the city has made it the Information Technology and Business Process Outsourcing hub in Region VI. It is home to eight major call centers and provides thousands of job opportunities both for the residents of the city, likewise to those in neighboring towns and cities.

A large contribution to the growth of Bacolod City real estate was made by some of the city’s real estate developers, such as Teresa Development Corporation (TDC). Thanks to its visionary chairman, Ramon C. Lacson, Jr., it has made significant investments in the city, as shown by its real estate developments, with some going as far back as the 1960’s.   

With all the great things that the city has to offer, it is no wonder why it is a wise move to invest in real estate Bacolod.