Quezon City: The Land of Opportunity for the Masses and Investments

by Karol Christian Maglaya   October 7, 2016

Finding a decent job is hard nowadays especially that there are many factors to be considered like if it can sustain your family and your personal needs. In relation with this problem, business people are having a hard time in building their empire because they want the best space in town wherein it has the most foot traffic and is accessible to their employees, customers, and business people alike. This is a concern that should have been fixed a long time ago because it has created a domino effect in our world today. Endless traffic, tight and breathless situations in public transportations, hours wasted in long commutes, minimum-waged salaries, and anxieties caused by the stress in your everyday routine. It is just not worth what you really get in return.   According to a market study, Quezon City is the largest city in Metro Manila with a whopping total land area of 161.126 km2. That is equivalent to almost ¼ the expanse of the whole Metro Manila. Yet, it seems that it has still been underutilized in terms of commercial establishments that have been put up. Most people still have longed and come in search for job opportunities in places such as Makati and Ortigas and it has not been doing well in terms of the person-to-public transportation ratio. Every day, people see and experience the madness that have come out of a nightmare and just treat it as a norm because most Filipinos have no choice. This is where the business and other firms should come in. Quezon City is a land of opportunity just waiting for developers and big time establishments to come in also in search for the hundred thousands of people waiting to seek a better option in building their future.   Source:  Property Market Report: 2015 and 2016 Forecast PRIME Philippines Research 2015

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