The congestion in Metro Manila has led prospective homebuyers to look for other viable options in the provinces.
Residents in Northern Luzon stand to benefit from government infrastructure being constructed that will provide ease of travel upon completion.
For instance, the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway Extension will provide a 60-kilometer toll road extension from Rosario to San Juan, La Union. It is expected to reduce travel time for locals and visitors who wish to access key destinations in the province and neighboring towns.
Meanwhile, the Clark International Airport Expansion, scheduled for completion in 2020, will raise the facility’s capacity from four million to 12 million passengers per year.
The project is expected to boost business and livelihood opportunities for the residents and locals of Pangasinan, Nueva Ecija, and Pampanga.
Finally, the Manila-Clark Passenger Railway Project, a 108-kilometer railway project that will connect Central Luzon and Metro Manila, is seen to reduce the two-hour travel time between Manila and Clark to just 55 minutes.
While these aforementioned projects are ongoing, prospective homeowners may check out Amaia Scapes Urdaneta and Cabanatuan’s house and lot packages. Amaia Scapes Urdaneta offers Starter Home, Twin Pod, Single Home, and Twin Home. While Amaia Scapes Cabanatuan offers Starter Home, Twin Home, Twin Pod, Bungalow Pod, and Multi Pod options.
Both Amaia properties provide residents recreational amenities, including swimming pool, pavilion, and basketball court.
Both properties are located close to shopping establishments, schools, universities, hospitals, and places of worship.
In line with Amaia’s vision to make contemporary homes accessible for all Filipinos, convenient payment methods such as cash, deferred cash, and bank financing are also available.
Go to www.amaialand.com for more information.
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