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Amaia Land shares why now is the best time to invest in Central Luzon

For the longest time now, Central Luzon has been consistently growing into one of the most progressive regions in the country. Home to seven provinces—Aurora, Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Tarlac and Zambales—Region III is called a “super region” for the simple reason that, apart from boasting a rich cultural heritage, it has a flourishing business environment that thrives despite the challenges the country constantly faces.

This explains why local and foreign investors are drawn to properties and businesses in Central Luzon provinces—and why Amaia Land, a trusted name in the real estate industry, attests to Region III being an idyllic place for its developments.

The Ayala Land subsidiary reveals the reasons why now is the best time to invest in Central Luzon, may it be in a place of residence or in a small or large business.

First, the region is evolving into the country’s newest metropolis. With continuous growth of infrastructure in the region, it remains an attractive destination not just to foreign investors who wish to set up facilities in the country but also to locals who want to experience what the region has to offer.

Region III also boasts a significant contribution to economic growth in the Philippines, thanks to the impressive performances of Central Luzon’s emerging cities and special economic zones. Despite the domestic and external challenges that the Philippines has experienced over the past months, Central Luzon has continuously forged economic growth.

The major players in this remarkable scenario are the three freeport zones: Clark Freeport Zone, Bataan Freeport Zone, and Subic Freeport Zone, which have contributed to an improved connectivity within the region, resulting in more investments, more jobs, and increased economic growth.

Also set to drive progress in the region is an up-and-coming development, the new Clark City Government Administrative Center, which will house satellite offices of the executive, legislative, and judiciary branches of the government, along with their attached agencies.

Central Luzon’s impressive performance is supported by existing developments such as Clark International Airport, which serves as the country’s gateway to Central and Northern Luzon provinces, and is on its way to becoming the Philippines’ aviation hub. To this day, efforts to make Clark airport an “aerotropolis” continue, with the vision of a world-class airport at the center of business clusters surrounded by residential developments.

All these and more are reasons enough to invest in Central Luzon properties.

Amaia Land itself takes pride in several projects in the region, found in progressive towns and cities like San Jose del Monte and Sta. Maria in Bulacan; Cabanatuan in Nueva Ecija, San Fernando and Mexico in Pampanga; and Capas in Tarlac.

Amaia Scapes Bulacan is strategically located at the heart of Sta.Maria Bulacan. It offers affordable and expandable houses fit for growing family.

Amaia Scapes Cabanatuan promises a thriving community for Filipino families. It is highly accessible through various means of transportation making everything within reach.

Amaia Scapes Pampanga is a sprawling development strategically located in Mexico near NLEX Angeles Exit.

Amaia Scapes San Fernando is a house and land development strategically located in the City of San Fernando.

Amaia Scapes Capas sprawls on a 21.5 hectare land in Capas, Tarlac.

For those who are just looking to invest, an Amaia property in Central Luzon might be a great way to start.

Amaia continues to serve prospective homeowners with affordable and sustainable developments that aim to elevate the Filipino living experience in a well-secured environment.

For inquiries about Amaia properties in Central Luzon and other locations, check out www.amaialand.com or like www.facebook.com/AmaiaLand.

Gabriel
Introvert, wanderer, blogger, foodie, a hip-hop music writer, and one of the co-founders of a tech start-up company called GigsManila.

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