People are taking an increasingly keen interest in Pampanga, a province north of the metro, now known as the business and financial core of Central and Northern Luzon regions, and the next central business hub outside Metro Manila.
To those who have an eye for fine investments, San Fernando, the Pampanga capital, is morphing into a truly progressive city, making it a magnet for foreign investors who wish to set up facilities in the country and a prime contributor to Pampanga’s economic growth.
To start with, San Fernando is set to benefit tremendously from all the infrastructure upgrades going on. Expediently linked to Metro Manila through the North Luzon Expressway and to Clark City rising in Subic, Zambales, the city is fast earning its tag as the “gateway to the North.”
As businesses continue to be lured by San Fernando’s “boomtown” scenario, key property developer Amaia Land, a reputable and well-trusted name, suggests that now is the perfect time to invest in real estate like Amaia Scapes San Fernando.