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Ayala Land, one of the biggest real estate developers in the country, launched Ayala North Point, which is a luxurious and secluded community located in Talisay City – just about a five minute drive ...

Ayala Land, one of the biggest real estate developers in the country, launched Ayala North Point, which is a luxurious and secluded community located in Talisay City – just about a five minute drive from Bacolod. Ayala also offers house and lot for sale in Bacolod City for the broad affordable market segment.

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  • 1. Why You Should Invest in Ayala Real Estate Properties in Bacolod City, PhilippinesBacolod City is the capital and largest city of the province of Negros Occidental on the island ofNegros, which is one of the largest islands in the Philippines. The city is located 10 m above the sea.Bacolod is often called the "City of Smiles".The original concept of the city comes from the word "buklod", which means the "forest hill". The citywas the center of the "sugar boom" in the second half of the 20th Century.The city is known mainly by their universities of high quality and the many, often expensive privateschools. In 2005, it was also named the cleanest and greenest city in the Philippines.The Spanish colonial government on the west coast of the island of Negros established Bacolod city ina hilly place in the modern township of Grenada. This is also how the name from the Hiligaynon termbuklod came. The town grew with the sugar refinery called Bacolod Murcia Milling Company. Migrantworkers coming from Panay and Luzon came to work in the sugar plantations.With the occasional attacks and hijacking by Muslim pirates from Mindanao, the city had continued tobe laid and secured to the northern coast.In 1894, the then Governor-General Claveria and the Island Governor Manuel Valdevieso Morquechoappointment the city of Bacolod as the capital of the former province of Negros. Bernardino de losSantos became the first mayor elected and the monk Fray Julian Gonzaga the head of the church inthe city.The Philippine Revolution in Luzon led Revolucionarios on the island of Negros to start their ownrevolution. Tensions between the locals and colonial rulers were created by the leadership of GeneralsAniceto Lacson and Juan Araneta . On 5 November 1898, the Spanish army, led by Colonel Isidro deCastro y Cisneros, was defeated. After the victory, the Revolucionarios established their short-livedProvisional Republic of Negros in the city.On March 1899, Bacolod and the rest of the island was occupied by the U.S. army. During World WarII Japanese forces invaded the city. In 1947-1949 the ruined city was rebuilt under the leadership ofMayor Vicente T. Remitio.In 19 October 1938, Bacolod was recognized as an independent city in the Philippines, according toCommonwealth Act no. 326.EntertainmentHiligaynon is the language commonly spoken, although Kinaray-a , Tagalog , Mandarin and English arewidely spoken. The people of Bacolod and the rest of the province are mainly descendants ofimmigrants from the island of Panay. In particular years, the booming trade and the "sugar boom"attracted many migrant workers. Even ethnic Chinese and descendants of Spanish Filipino mestizosare plenty.
  • 2. Each year, the foundation of the city is celebrated by Masskara Festival on 19 in October. The wholecity is decorated with colorful and several dance groups make presentations in smiling masks andcolorful costumes.EconomySince the second half of the 20th century Bacolod belonged to the growing cities of the country. Thecity has a long history of tradition and trade, maritime transport and sugar industries. It is considereda starting point for all tourist destinations in the province. The economic growth of the city is higherthan in Iloilo City , Naga, Cagayan de Oro and other cities in the Philippines . The increase of foreigninvestment in Bacolod is much faster than in other cities in the region. TeleTech, ConvergysPhilippines, IO Asia and Pacific Focus are just a few of them. This is attributed to the well-developedinfrastructure of the city and the high standard of living in the region. Bacolod has a modern portfacility, a sports stadium and a few hospitals with international standards. In January 2009, the newlybuilt Bacolod-Silay City International Airport , 15 kilometers northeast of the city, opened.The prestigious Gold Field Commercial Complex offers an entertaining nightlife with numerous bars,hotels, discos and restaurants. Many economists see Bacolod as the next "hot spot" for the call centerand information technology industry in the Philippines. More than 20% of Philippine companies andlarge companies arelocated here. Many national events and conferences take place each year inBacolod.Real EstateWith Bacolod Citys economic success, its no wonder then that the real estate industry in the area isalso at its peak. Ayala Land, one of the biggest real estate developers in the country, launched AyalaNorth Point, which is a luxurious and secluded community located in Talisay City – just about a fiveminute drive from Bacolod.Ayala also offers house and lot for sale in Bacolod City for the broad affordable market segment.