Cavite

Ardia Vermosa

Lot in Imus, Cavite, Cavite
  • Price Range:

    Php 13,080,000.00 - Php 14,190,000.00

    Size Range:

    267 sqm. - 520 sqm.

  • Location:

    Vermosa, Imus, Cavite

Hillside Ridge

Lot in Cavite
  • Size Range:

    278 sqm. - 652 sqm.

  • Location:

    Silang, Cavite.

Westborough

Commercial Lots in Silang, Cavite
  • Size Range:

    300 sqm. - 2600 sqm.

  • Location:

    Barangay Inchican, Silang, Cavite

 

Throughout history, Cavite has always been predominantly regarded as an agricultural and coastal economy, considering its proximity to the Manila Bay. During the Spanish colonization era, the province was the seat of revolution against Spain which consequently made Cavite a multifaceted Philippine province. The province of Cavite is replete with great objects and various subjects in history and culture.

 

Today, however, the province of Cavite finds its own spotlight as a bustling metropolis away from the shadow of Metro Manila. The last several years have seen the province transforming into a progressive metropolitan, and may potentially be considered as one of the fastest growing and most industrialized province near Manila.

 

Apart from the province’s growing potential, Cavite is deeply entrenched with significant events in Philippine history that have made the country the way it is now. A good number of Filipino heroes once called the province home, and it also has an interesting myriad of sites associated with the Philippine Revolution of 1896. Most notably known for being the birthplace of first President of the Philippine Republic, Emilio Aguinaldo, Cavite also hosts the site where the Philippine Republic was proclaimed on June 12, 1898.

FACTS ABOUT CAVITE

  •    The province’s name is derived from the way the peninsula is shaped like a hook. The Tagalog equivalent of the word is basically where and how the province got its moniker. Incidentally, the province was also a port for Spanish vessels, including Mexican galleons.
  •    The province was once created as a politico-military province in 1614.
  •    Filipino priests Jose Burgos, Mariano Gomez and Jacinto Zamora (collectively known as GOMBURZA) were martyred in Cavite, owing to the mutiny at a local arsenal that implicated the three of them.
  •    The first Philippine president, Emilio Aguinaldo proclaimed the independence of the Philippines from his residence in Kawit. Back then, Bacolor was considered as the capital city until the seat of government was then transferred to Malolos, Bulacan.
  •    A civil government established by the Americans in 1901 once considered Cavite City as the provincial capital.
  •    While the inhabitants mostly speak Tagalogs, there are a few areas in Cavite with Chavacano speaking locals. Chavacano is a kind of pidgin in Spanish, while Caviteño and Ternateño are local Tagalog dialects that have been Hispanicized.
  •    Cavite is known to be Luzon’s go-to place for food trips if you are looking for a place that is not too far from the metro. Indeed, Cavite is the epitome of all things gastronomy. In fact, restaurants and coffee shops seem to have a ubiquitous presence in the province that you can find one almost everywhere you look. More importantly, with the vast array of eateries in the province, there is always something guaranteed to satisfy just about anyone’s appetite.
  •    Most Filipinos—even the locals themselves—are not familiar with the whole Cavite province. While most people would know where Imus or Dasmarinas is located, most people may not exactly know where Cavite is located.
  •    The baby buses were an offshoot of big buses conceptualized by the Caviteños themselves. In fact, baby buses do not exist anywhere else but in Cavite.
  •    While the Cavite province was mostly known as the main base of the Philippine Navy in the past, it has now become a satellite city of Manila. Today, the city enjoys a massive influx of new residents, as well as a rapid industrial development.
  •    Some of the main attractions in the province are the Caylabne Bay Resort, Leisure Park, Island Cove, and several first-class resorts.
  •    Cabag Caves and Malibedibic and Balite Falls are the province’s main natural attractions.

 

REASONS TO LIVE IN CAVITE

 

1.)    Strategic Location

 

Cavite is one of the cities in Luzon with such a strategic location. Its proximity to Metro Manila cities such as Muntinlupa,  and Makati, as well as select provinces like Batangas and Tagaytay make Cavite the good compromise between city and provincial living. Owing to the province’s several exit points., travel can be very convenient, whether you wish to go to nearby cities or take a vacation up Northern Luzon.

 

2.)    A prime place for business opportunities

 

Cavite is one of Luzon’s provinces that has been experiencing rapid development in recent years. In this regard, investors can see the province as a prime opportunity for expanding their business, considering its fast-growing industries and enterprises. More importantly, as the population in the province continues to escalate given several residential communities already taking root, Cavite is  a great opportunity for businesses to gain more consumers.

 

3.)    A myriad of transportation options

 

LRT-1 extension, an ongoing project in the province, provides commuters an alternative commuting option to and from Cavite. It is expected to be operational by early 2021, and is expected to make traveling in and out of the province a lot more convenient. Similarly, the province also has UV Express terminals in the South that regularly serve thousands of commuters who also happen to be residents of Cavite.

 

4.)    Proximity to vacation and tourist spots

 

Cavite is known to be the jump-off point when it comes to visiting vacation and tourist spots in Luzon. Batangas, Tagaytay and Quezon province are all neighboring provinces of Cavite with each of them boasting their own unique attractions. In this regard, living in Cavite would be an easy avenue for adventure and relaxation, considering the proximity of these Luzon provinces to your place of residence.

 

5.)    Less traffic

 

Cavite is less populated in comparison to Metro Manila, which would mean traffic has not reached such high levels just yet. In fact, living in Cavite has been seen as a move to decongest the population of the capital city. As a result, one can expect a more tranquil environment, as well as lesser traffic. Incidentally, the province also has more parks and greenways. The cooler climate is attributed to the better leverage in air pollution and the higher altitude, which makes it an ideal place to reside in.  

 

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