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Should You Relocate Outside of Metro Manila?

An expert gives us the facts

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Photography: Render courtesy of Ayala Land Premier

Metro Manila is one of the biggest centers of business and commerce in the Philippines, and as such , it's undeniably crowded; pre-COVID, you've probably experienced the horrendous rush-hour traffic jams, the long commutes, and the bustle of people that completely zap you of your energy at the end the day. And while living in the NCR definitely has many perks, many are opting to relocate to places north or south or the region simply because it's quieter, and available properties are often less expensive.

In an interview with Real Living, licensed broker Mia Bianca David Nunga of Ayala Land Premier explains the trends she sees when it comes to investing in real estate outside the metropolis, as well as the benefits of living the slow but still convenient life in the suburbs. 

Check out her thoughts below:

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