How’s Baguio This Coming Christmas Season and the Opportunities in Buying Real Estate in the Summer Capital of the Philippines
Nippy temperatures, cool breeze, countryside feels, and rural vibes – these are only some of the best features of Baguio that people keep coming back for. And as Christmas season draws closer, you surely will enjoy the frigid climate as you stroll through the pine tree-lined streets that bring back the “old” Baguio atmosphere.
Indeed, there’s nothing more beautiful than to live in a peaceful and rustic neighborhood. There is balance between the city life and countryside lifestyle. But the most interesting part in living in Baguio City is the opportunity to visit tourist spots in a short drive.
Christmas in Baguio
It’s already December and we can’t wait to celebrate Christmas with our family and friends. Perhaps by now, you’ve seen The Manor lit up for the most-awaited season. And not only that, the city is starting to offer seasonal food items such as the warm bibingka.
The wintry weather in this city makes it feel like you’re celebrating Christmas in a snowing country. Imagine the cold upwind while wearing your favorite sweater, the glorious sunrises that touch the pine trees, and the warmth of smiling people all around you. Truly, there’s no place like home in Baguio.
Why Invest in Real Estate Property in Baguio
Every year, Baguio holds about 140,000 students. Also, these students represent half of the total population. It’s no surprise that Baguio has been tagged as the North’s education center where 2 schools for disabled people, 37 vocational, 54 pre-elementary, 66 elementary schools, 43 high schools, and 7 universities are available.
According to the latest surveys, 20 percent of the population in Baguio are college students. Generally, they are from the various parts of Luzon, Middle East, Africa, South Korea, and of course, those originally from Baguio. That only means that the quality of education from this area is guaranteed.
Due to the increasing number of tourist inflow, business establishments, and education centers, it’s the best time ti invest in real estate properties in Baguio. In fact, locals started to convert their properties into apartments and boarding complexes to accommodate the influx of residents.
The main target of real estate owners are those from new middle-income families that move from nearby provinces to send their children to study in Baguio. The bottom line here is that, Baguio has become a new hot-spot for real estate development wherein most projects are currently at the pre-selling phase.
You can be part of this rapid development if you invest in condominiums being built in the city. Then you can lease or rent out your property in order to make an income. Imagine the tourists, students, and new residents coming to Baguio every year, there is so much to earn from the figures itself.
Just by now, more and more visitors are coming to the summer capital of the Philippines to experience colder and more memorable Christmas in the Philippines. Real estate properties are enjoying the inflow of money through their apartments and condominiums.