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Apartments in Laguna have a wide range of selling prices, from as low as Php690,000 to as those valued by as much as over Php9 million

Laguna is the seventh richest province in the Philippines.

The town of Bay was the first provincial capital of Laguna

The highest peak in Laguna is Mount Banahaw, which stands at 2,170 meters, and has become known as a sacred site for various religious groups.


Living at the Cusp of the Metropolis

Buy an Apartment in LagunaOur apartments in Laguna are available in a wide variety of sizes and set-ups. Many of them are studio units, or units with one or two bedrooms in modern high-rise developments. Some of these residential complexes come with amenities such as swimming pools, gyms, and full-time security. These are great for students, single employees or even small families seeking a home in this province. A number of these apartments are already fully furnished and ready for occupancy, thus making moving in so much more convenient.

Also available are apartments with multiple doors and sub-units ranging from five all the way to 16. These complexes are ideal for conversion to staff houses, small offices, or other commercial purposes. They can also be retained as residences for large family groups. These unfurnished tenements are available for reasonable prices.

One perk of moving to Laguna is the area’s convenience. These apartments are perfectly situated relatively close to the province’s commercial centers, as well as to the southern cities of Metro Manila. Our apartments are located in Santa Rosa, Calamba, Pagsanjan, Los Baños, San Pedro, and Biñan. These towns and cities are easily accessible via public transportation and are a short drive from the South Luzon Expressway and the Skyway. This thoroughfare provides ready access to the cities of Muntinlupa, Paranaque, and Las Pinas in Metro Manila.


A Province of Natural and Cultural Riches

Laguna Apartments, Rooms, Trasients and moreToday, Laguna has 24 municipalities and 6 cities, namely Cabuyao, Calamba, Santa Rosa, San Pedro, San Pablo, and Biñan. The province of Laguna shares a name with Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the Philippines. The lake forms the northern boundary of the province, which is also bound by Quezon to the east, Batangas to the south, and Cavite to the west. Access roads and expressways make travel between these provinces very convenient.

Laguna is a primarily agricultural province, with many residents also engaged in the fishing industry in Laguna de Bay. Its fertile lands and predictable seasons have yielded much diversity in terms of crops. Commercial development has also grown in recent years, with twenty-one economic zones being established different towns. The BPO industry has also boomed particularly in the city of Santa Rosa, which is also encompasses a number of residential developments. Santa Rosa also is the home of several amusement parks such as Enchanted Kingdom, with its iconic Ferris wheel offering a sweeping view of the province and its environs.

Tourism also thrives in Laguna because of its various natural wonders such as San Pablo’s seven crater lakes, the Pagsanjan Falls, and the different hot spring resorts in the towns of Pansol and Los Baños. A man-made lake, Lake Caliraya, has also become a spot for water sports as well as camping. Several renowned peaks such as Mount Banahaw and Mount Makiling are popular destinations for mountain climbers and hikers. Mount Makiling also is the site of the University of the Philippines’ Los Baños campus as well as different parks and research institutes such as the International Rice Research Institute.

History and culture are inseparable from Laguna, which has a written history dating all the way back to its first settlements in around 900 CE. The province also has some of the oldest churches in the Philippines such as the St. James the Apostle church, established in the year 1578 in the town of Paete. Another well preserved church is the Saint Gregory the Great parish church in the town of Majayjay, dating further back to the year 1571. Laguna was also the site of several revolts against the Spanish colonizers, and the birthplace of the Philippines’ national hero, Jose Rizal. These historical events, and many others, are documented and celebrated in various historical sites and markers throughout the province.