// posted January 1st, 2013

Quezon City Condos (Philippines)


Quezon City is a place where you can find harmony and serenity, where nature is given importance and well preserved.  Quezon City is known to be residential in nature, so in terms of real estate properties, this city could offer you a lot of choices.  This city is located in the Philippines in the island of Luzon, it is bordered by Manila to the southwest, and Valenzuela and Caloocan City to the west and northwest.

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The city of Quezon is divided into a lot of areas, the southern portion includes Diliman, Comomwealth, Kamuning, Cubao, Kamias, Santa Mesa Heights and San Francisco del Monte while the northern part of the city includes the areas of Lagro and Fairview.  But most of these areas have no delimited borders.  There are also many business establishment emerge around the city, since this city is also one of the most crowded cities in the Philippines.

Top 5 Facts

  • The city has several major educational institutions.
  • Currently, two elevated light rail systems and one heavy rail system run through Quezon City.
  • The Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) Central Office is located in Quezon City.
  • Cubao, south of Diliman is an important commercial area.
  • Most of the rest of the area is residential.

Buyer Advice

One of the first points to keep in mind when in search of Quezon City condos, is that the area is very large.  Narrowing your decision down to a certain area can be quite challenging, as there are many pros & cons for each area to balance out.  This is one of the situations where too much selection can make the decision hard.  Having a seasoned Broker on your side to help you find a place is absolutely necessary for the Quezon city area.

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