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4 reasons Antipolo is a great place if you want to retire

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Feb. 11, 20 | 12:07 pm

There is probably nothing better than to wake up each morning with the cool mountain breeze and amazing greenery greeting you, a reason Antipolo is a haven for everyone who wants a piece of serenity as they enjoy the rest of their days.

Part of the reason the city is the best choice for people looking for a permanent home is that while it’s surrounded by the beauty of nature, it’s also within proximity to the city—giving you the best of both worlds.

Antipolo is one of the top choices for people who have decided to invest in a property, with a lot of them registering at the Philippine Property and Investment Exhibition (PPIE)—the biggest, longest running and most trusted Philippine business and investment forum in the Middle East—via: http://events.ppie.ae/register/ to know more about the city.

But if you’re still one of the very few who still do not know the great living Antipolo can provide, here are some of the reasons that will definitely convince you:

The cost of living is reasonable
The amount it would cost to buy a house and lot in Antipolo would not even be enough to buy a small condo unit in Metro Manila. If you choose to invest in this city, you’ll get a single-detached house with an amazing garden at a very reasonable price. Plus, since it is considered outside the metro, the prices of everything are much more affordable than in Manila or Makati.

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It is surrounded by nature, but still near the metropolis
Living in Antipolo can feel serene, but it would never make you feel you’re isolated. If you want a peace of mind and calm surroundings, but with urban living in close proximity (it’s just an hour away from Manila, and about 30 minutes to Pasig City), this place is truly your pick!

The space is unbeatable
Don’t you feel a little tired of the metro’s congestion? The feeling of not being able to breathe? You won’t feel any of that in Antipolo, with all the space it provides. Your home, the roads, and even its markets can all provide the calmness you deserve if you wish to retire—something you’ll hardly find in the hustle and bustle in Metro Manila.

It feels like going on a vacation
Antipolo still exudes that provincial feel even if it is near Metro Manila, a reason you can still feel you’re going on a vacation every day. There are tons of bars for the young members of the family, classy restaurants for the adults, various resorts for weekend getaways, artful museums, and of course, who can forget the Hinulugang Taktak?

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