Residential Property vs. Master Planned Community: What Would You Choose?

Posted on Mar 7 2018 - 1:00am by Expert-Zine

City neighbourhoodThere is no doubt about the congestion in Metro Manila. There is simply too many people in a city that was not planned to cater to this many residents. Current data indicates that Manila, the capital city, is the world’s most densely populated city with 42,857 people per square kilometer.

Fortunately, areas outside NCR are seeing real estate developments left and right, offering bachelors, couples, and families more “breathing room.” So if you’re looking to move yourself, you may come across master planned communities as one option.

What is a Master Planned Community?

The concept of a master planned community has always been dependent on multi-use development. Specifically, work and school opportunities. Secondary details include churches, hospitals, and commercial centers. Although as important, roads, infrastructure, and mobility do not really come under consideration for a master planned community because all such amenities are typically within the immediate area.

The best developments will successfully integrate the live, work, and play environment that will meet your lifestyle. You can determine this essential factor by visiting the development or by going online. For example, a review on Lancaster New City properties will tell you everything you need to know about what it’s like to live in the community. You may also get a glimpse of the types of houses on offer.

Your previous house hunting efforts will differ when you go with a master planned community.

Why Not Just Go for the Usual Property?

In the past, all you had to do was check out the two-story or bungalow house that was within your budget. Maybe you also took note of the neighborhood and its accessibility from your place of work or business. But that was it. With a single-detached residential property in a typical neighborhood that is all you get.

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A master planned community on the other hand offers you a vision of life, whether you’re working or enjoying weekends with the family. Think of a typical residential property, especially an old one, as kind of like used clothes and a house in a master planned community as custom clothes. With the right development, your home will fit you “like a glove.”

Metro Manila is getting smaller and smaller as more people come to NCR to live and work. If you have the option to move to a better area without the crowds and the daily traffic, take it. You’ll breathe easier.