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Verona, Balamban, Cebu

Don’t Want to Settle for Wrong House and Lot for Sale in Balamban? Is your search for house and lot for sale in Balamban taking long time and causing you the tension of not settling for the worthy one? ALJT Realty and Brokerage has some of the best listings available in the local market that would prove to be profitable for you. Just have a look at the listings on house and lot for sale in Balamban on our website and negotiate for the most attractive one with our realtor at 236-12-00/513-6996. Checklists to Find the Right Property for Sale in Balamban, Cebu Looking to purchase a property for sale in Balamban, Cebu means the largest investment you will make in your lifetime and any minor mistake can degrade its value. You need to search for the right property for residential or commercial use in the area in order to prevent the loss of your investment value. Below are some checklists that would help every buyer to find the right house and lot for sale in Balamban, Cebu for living with the family or a commercial unit to continue with your business activities. Property Investment Rules for Foreigners, every foreigner is eligible to own a Condominium unit whether vertical or horizontal even though he or she has not a Filipina spouse as provided under the Philippine Condominium Law. In case he or she wants to invest in a property for sale in Balamban, Cebu or its surrounding cities which is not a condominium unit, one of the most reliable Filipinos will have to serve as a dummy. It is possible with the assistance and help of a lawyer. Factors to Consider before Making a Property Investment in Balamban, Cebu. Purchasing a House or lot for sale in Balamban, Cebu demands a significant investment. Consider asking yourself a few questions including the following: What is the preferred location? How much money can you pay for? Do you have cash savings or regular income to go ahead with the purchase plan? Analyze your bank account details and find out what is the maximum amount you can pay for purchasing a property for sale in Balamban, Cebu. Do you want to purchase a lot only and construct a house as per your own design? Do you like to live in the Balamban, Cebu house or lot for sale or give it on rent? You should set a budget first and search for the details on house or lot coming close to it. Consider Your Ultimate Priorities in Property for Sale in Balamban, Cebu. Decide whether you want to buy a house or a condominium? If your final choice is a house, you need to consider the options like Townhouse, Row house, Duplex house, single attached/detached house, and single/multi storey house. Prepare a list of all the features you desire in your new home or lot in Balamban, Cebu and organize them according to priorities. There are a few other important things to consider including the number of bathrooms, bedrooms, parking space, swimming pool, landscape garden, security and your safety, location of the property and its surroundings, the road for your entrance and exit, public transportation system, protection from flood, tsunami, typhoon, landslide, earthquake and other natural calamities. All these and many more things should be checked for, to reduce your tension and disappointment after closing for a home or lot for sale in Balamban, Cebu. Consult with a Certified Local Realtor Once you get a fair idea of the type of house or lot for sale in Balamban, Cebu you should consult with a licensed and certified real estate broker or salesperson. They can show you the areas where the desired properties are available for sale. With his professional insight and skill, you can sail through the documentation work and buying procedure. Since he is licensed and trained, you can be sure to have a smooth and easy property transaction in Balamban, Cebu. ALJT Realty and Brokerage is an ever growing real estate portal in the Philippines. It produces an efficient platform online for listing of property for sale in Balamban, Cebu and supporting local real estate agencies, developers, brokers and salespersons that are in need of exposure. To search a number of property listings with convenience and filter your own search with the location, size, price and kind, start browsing on ALJT Realty and Brokerage. Call the professional real estate brokers or sales consultants of ALJT Realty and Brokerage to find the best deals on house or lot for sale in Balamban, Cebu at (6332)236-12-00 / (6332)513-6996 or mail them at aljtrealtybrokerage@gmail.com. Balamban, Cebu, Philippines Balamban is a 1st municipal income class municipality in the province of Cebu, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 87,177. In the 2016 electoral roll, it had 47,548 registered voters. Mount Manunggal in barangay Magsaysay (formerly Sunog) is the site of the plane crash on 17 March 1957 in which died President Ramon Magsaysay, 17 of his presidential staff, and some news correspondents. In the 2016 electoral roll, it had 47,548 registered voters, meaning that 55% of the population are aged 18 and over. Economy One of the larger shipwright yards of the Philippines (but a long well behind Subic), the municipality double its size within ten years.

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Real Estate Agency, Cebu

House and Lot for Sale in Mandaue City, property for sale mandaue city, cebu www.aljtrealty.com Are you looking for a house and lot for sale in Mandaue having exactly the floor area or lot area you require? The regularly updated listings of houses and lots for sale in Mandaue City on ALJT Realty and Brokerage will be beyond helpful. They include ready to occupy houses and lots for sale of different size and type. To save yourself from the hassle of finding the perfect house or lot in Mandaue city, log on to our website or call our professional realtors at (6332)236-12-00 / (6332)513-6996. Looking for the Perfect House and Lot for Sale in Mandaue City, Cebu? Checklists to Find the Right Property for Sale in Mandaue City Looking to purchase a property for sale in Mandaue City means the largest investment you will make in your lifetime and any minor mistake can degrade its value. You need to search for the right property for residential or commercial use in the area in order to prevent the loss of your investment value. Below are some checklists that would help every buyer to find the right house and lot for sale in Mandaue City for living with the family or a commercial unit to continue with your business activities. Property Investment Rules for Foreigners, every foreigner is eligible to own a Condominium unit whether vertical or horizontal even though he or she has not a Filipina spouse as provided under the Philippine Condominium Law. In case he or she wants to invest in a property for sale in Mandaue City or its surrounding cities which is not a condominium unit, one of the most reliable Filipinos will have to serve as a dummy. It is possible with the assistance and help of a lawyer. Factors to Consider before Making a Property Investment in Mandaue City. Purchasing a House or lot for sale in Mandaue City demands a significant investment. Consider asking yourself a few questions including the following: What is the preferred location? How much money can you pay for? Do you have cash savings or regular income to go ahead with the purchase plan? Analyze your bank account details and find out what is the maximum amount you can pay for purchasing a property for sale in Mandaue City. Do you want to purchase a lot only and construct a house as per your own design? Do you like to live in the Mandaue City house or lot for sale or give it on rent? You should set a budget first and search for the details on house or lot coming close to it. Consider Your Ultimate Priorities in Property for Sale in Mandaue City. Decide whether you want to buy a house or a condominium? If your final choice is a house, you need to consider the options like Townhouse, Row house, Duplex house, single attached/detached house, and single/multi storey house. Prepare a list of all the features you desire in your new home or lot in Mandaue City and organize them according to priorities. There are a few other important things to consider including the number of bathrooms, bedrooms, parking space, swimming pool, landscape garden, security and your safety, location of the property and its surroundings, the road for your entrance and exit, public transportation system, protection from flood, tsunami, typhoon, landslide, earthquake and other natural calamities. All these and many more things should be checked for, to reduce your tension and disappointment after closing for a home or lot for sale in Mandaue City. Consult with a Certified Local Realtor Once you get a fair idea of the type of house or lot for sale in Mandaue City you should consult with a licensed and certified real estate broker or salesperson. They can show you the areas where the desired properties are available for sale. With his professional insight and skill, you can sail through the documentation work and buying procedure. Since he is licensed and trained, you can be sure to have a smooth and easy property transaction in Mandaue City. ALJT Realty and Brokerage is an ever growing real estate portal in the Philippines. It produces an efficient platform online for listing of property for sale in Mandaue City and supporting local real estate agencies, developers, brokers and salespersons that are in need of exposure. To search a number of property listings with convenience and filter your own search with the location, size, price and kind, start browsing on ALJT Realty and Brokerage. Call the professional real estate brokers or sales consultants of ALJT Realty and Brokerage to find the best deals on house or lot for sale in Mandaue City at (6332)236-12-00 / (6332)513-6996 or mail them at aljtrealtybrokerage@gmail.com. You may consider Mandaue City as your place of living Mandaue, officially the City of Mandaue (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Mandaue; Filipino: Lungsod ng Mandaue) and often referred to as Mandaue City, is a 1st city income class highly urbanized city in the region of Central Visayas (Region VII), Philippines. It is one of three highly urbanized cities on Cebu island and forms a part of the Cebu Metropolitan area. Mandaue City is located on the central-eastern coastal region of Cebu; its southwest coast borders the northeast of Mactan Island, where Lapu-Lapu City is located. Mandaue is connected to Mactan Island via two bridges: the Mactan-Mandaue Bridge and Marcelo Fernan Bridge, and is bounded south and the west by the provincial capital, Cebu City, and north by Consolacion, to which it is linked by the Cansaga Bay Bridge. The city has an area of 2,518 ha (6,220 acres). According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 362,654. In the 2016 electoral roll, it had 189,712 registered voters. Mandaue City is part of the Sixth District of Cebu joined with the municipalities of Consolacion and Cordova. Although qualified for a lone district since 1991, this was neglected by lawmakers. Mandaue is an independent highly urbanized city but is legislatively administered with the supervision of the provincial government. History A community was established in Mandaue by a flourishing group of Austronesian people. The Venetian chronicler Antonio Pigafettawrote of a settlement called Mandani which existed in the area with a chieftain named Apo Noan then a few decades later another ruler named Lambuzzan. Mandaue natives were forced into a town as decreed by the Spanish authorities. This may have started off as a mission village (which included present day Consolacion, Liloan and Poro) serving as a bulwark for the church in the northern Cebu and was managed by the Jesuit in 1638 then a century later by the Recollects. The Philippine revolution in 1898 gave the town a new form of administration in accordance with the organic decree of the Central Revolutionary Government. The short-lived revolution was overthrown by the American Troops and a battle nearly destroyed the town in 1901, killing Presidente Benito Ceniza. Mandaue became independent from being an American Commonwealth and a Japanese garrison on July 4, 1946 along with the entire nation. Mandaue became a chartered city on June 21, 1969. The city was recognized as a HUC (Highly Urbanized City) in 1991. Geography The city has a total area of 34.87 km2 (13.46 sq mi). According to the 2015 census, the population density is 10,000/km2(26,000/sq mi). The city is the 6th smallest government unit in terms of land area; among the Metro Cebu local government units the city is the second smallest next to the municipality of Cordova in the island of Mactan. The city's land area is only 4.5% of the total land area of Metro Cebu and less than 1% of the total land of the province of Cebu. The ongoing North Reclamation Project, now known as the North Special Administrative Zone, currently has about 180 ha (440 acres) reclaimed land. Of the 180 hectares, about 36 ha (89 acres) belong to the city. The existing mangrove area will be retained as a marine habitat, part of the area's parks and open spaces. It is one of the two (the other one being the municipality of Consolacion) local government units located within the mainland Metro Cebu where the elevation of land is less than 100 m (330 ft). Many of the areas of the city are extremely flat. About 77.37% is within the 0-8% slope category. Barangays belonging to this region are Centro, Looc, South Special Administrative Zone, Cambaro, Opao, Umapad, Paknaan, Alang-alang, Tipolo, Ibabao, Guizo, Subangdaku, Mantuyong, Maguikay and Tabok. The greater portion of the city, comprising about 70%, is dominated by the Mandaue Clay Loam soil series. This is found in the 0-2% and 2-5% slope ranges. Faraon clay loam characterizes the rest of the land with slope range from 5-8% and up to 25-40% Data showed that the oldest written accounts of Mandaue came from a population of 160 in 1637 to 1638. Mandaue had 10,309 souls according to the Buzeta & Bravo (1850). During the first year of its township in 1899, Mandaue had 42 barrios with a population of 21,086. When Mandaue was a second class municipality in 1964 its population was 33,811. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 362,654, which is an increase of 102,926. Mandaue has a significantly large population at or below the poverty line. In the 2016 electoral roll, it had 189,712 registered voters, meaning that 52% of the population are aged 18 and over. Economy About 40 percent of Cebu’s export companies are found in Mandaue. The city is dubbed as the industrial hub of Region VII and hosts about 10,000 industrial and commercial businesses, making it a “little rich city” in the country. It is home to some of the world’s biggest companies such as San Miguel Corp., Coca-Cola Bottling Corp. and Shemberg, the number one exporter of carrageenan. Mandaue City also accounts for 75 percent of the country’s total exports in the furniture sector, making the city the furniture capital of the country. Tourism Further information: Public holidays in the Philippines Cebu International Convention Centre Bantayan sa Hari, 1912 Casa Municipio, circa 1920 Pasyon sa Mandauecelebrated in the early 1970s Mandaue's point of interests, destinations, and attractions include: Natural areas • Monkey Caves • Cansaga Bay • Butuanon River • Casili Hills • Jagobiao Spring • Cabancalan-Banilad Sinkholes • Mahiga River Historical locations • Bantayan Sa Hari • National Shrine of Saint Joseph • Mandaue Presidencia, City Hall • Ouano Wharf • Mandaue Salt Beds • Eversley Childs Sanitarium • Rizal-Bonifacio Memorial Library • Bathan Press • San Miguel Brewery • Rainbow Lane • Cebu International Convention Centre • Museums • 856 G Gallery • Luis Cabrera Ancestral House and Museum • Mandaue City Public Library • Quijano Museum • Parks • City Plaza • Bridge Park • Garden Centre • Sports • Wireless Plaza and Sports Complex • Mandaue City Sports and Cultural Complex • Mandaue Tennis Complex • Portside Badminton Plaza • Quick Points Badminton Club • Aboitiz Sports Field • San Roque Football Club • Sacred Heart–Ateneo de Cebu Sports Complex • Cebu Golf Academy Fiestas Mandaue Fiesta:Celebrated on May 8 in honor of the patron St. Joseph. There are many events that occur in this feast like the inter-barangay sports competition, Queen Prince and Princess coronation, rodeos, street festival, bailes, fairs and many more. Panagtagbo: Translacion (Gathering of the Holy Family), coincidentally the patrons of Cebu are Santo Niño and Birhen sa Guadelupe, Saint Joseph in Mandaue City. This is celebrated every January when the three statues meet in the national shrine of Saint Joseph often called the Translacion where a fluvial procession follows. There are singing and dancing competitions and street dancing that happen during the Bibingkahan in honor of the Sto. Niño Kabayo Festival: The Kabayo (Horse) festival also known as Governor's Cup is a horse racing and different equestrian sports with the western way of riding event held annually in the second week of February. Pasigarbo sa Sugbo: It is an event that is held annually in Mandaue City, Cebu International Convention Center every August 13 which shows Cebu's culture and different festivals, it is a fiesta of colorful costumes and elaborate props as dancers from 42 towns and cities from all over Cebu compete which ends with a fireworks display. Cuisine Bibingka Mandaue has many restaurants which cater to gourmets and international cuisines like Italian, Japanese, Indian, Mediterranean, Lebanese, Arabic, Russian, Korean, Mexican, and Western cuisines. A variety of restaurants also serves meals of local cuisine. Many famous Cebuano meals like the lechon[21] or inasal, eaten with achara or pickled vegetables. The sugba or barbecue of either isda(fish), baboy (pork), manok (chicken) or baka (beef) is found all over Mandaue eaten with the puso a diamond-shaped hanged rice covered in coco leaves. Kinilaw[22] is raw meat usually pork or fish drenched in vinegar and salt. The buwad or dried seafood either fish or squid can be pungent with a crunchy and chewy texture. There are some exotic meals you can find like the dinugoan or pig's blood which is eaten like a soup. Barbecued chicken feet are liked by many locals. Original cuisine in Mandaue includes the bibingka which is steamed rice cakes mixed with coconut and sometimes egg. Binangos paired with rice is made of ground up corn with Bolinao fish. This dish is found only in Mandaue; other delicacies includes the tagaktak, the seasonal buriring fish (stewed with iba) and the famous masareal. Transportation Philippine Jeepney Mandaue City's road network is composed of a national highway which connects the city to its neighboring cities and municipalities, and a national secondary road which traverses the city's metropolitan area. The total length of the city road network (paved and unpaved) and the four bridges, is about 133.7 km (83.1 mi), broken down into: • National road - 13.2 km (8.2 mi) • City road - 57.1 km (35.5 mi) • Barangay road - 63.4 km (39.4 mi) Road density is 5.31 km/km2 (8.55 mi/sq mi) of land. In terms of population, road density is 0.04 km (0.025 mi) per one thousand inhabitants. Land transportation is being served by PUJ, utility vehicles, mini-buses, multi-cabs, tricycles, trisikads and for cargoes, trailers and vans. Sea transport of Mandaue is highly dependent on Port of Cebu and Cebu International Port, because of the city's proximity to these facilities. Education Lapu-Lapu Mandaue campus of the University of Cebu. Schools in Mandaue City follow a system of 6 years for primary education and 6 years for secondary education. There are technical schools like TESDA in Banilad and Looc and othe private institutions that provide certificate degrees. Associate degree, Baccalaureate Degrees, Master's and Doctoral programs are available in specific Universities. Mandaue has institutionalized learning with the Cabahug Medal which was started on 1923 by Sotero Cabahug as a medal of academic excellence annually. The Mandaue Fraternal Society was also created in the early part of the 19th century to provide a community for the professionals during the time when Mandaue was still a sleepy town. Cebu's part-time Japanese school, the Cebu Japanese School (CJS; ??????? Sebu Hoshu Jugyo Ko), is located on the fifth floor of the Clotilde Commercial Center in Barangay Casuntingan, Mandaue City.

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Northwood Place, Mandaue

A HOME FOR THE DRIVEN Northwoods Place shares your passion for a clear vision of the future. Offering a purposeful mix of Studio, 1-bedroom, and Home Office units in two towers that are connected by a bridge, this low-density condominium development is ideal for a focused and productive way of living. Northwoods place is situated in an up-and- coming area of Mindanao City, and is practically next-door neighbors with sacred Heart School – Ateneo de Cebu. The development’s location right along a main road makes it highly accessible to all the essentials that make for a convenient city life. EVERYTHING WITH CLEAR PURPOSE Every aspect of Northwoods Place prioritizes the well-being of residents. Each floor has a limited number of sensibly laid-out units for a more quiet environment. Curated amenities offer the right blend of activities for the busy city dweller, who will enjoy a swimming pool, gym, and a commercial area that is ideal for a tutorial center, laundry shop, and other convenient establishments. PRILAND Advantage Where others cut corners, Priland Residences delivers, as fixtures that support ease of connectivity and convenience come standard in every project. • PROVISION FOR AIRCON • PROVISION FOR TELEPHONE • PROVISION FOR CABLE • PROVISION FOR LPG • PROVISION FOR RANGE HOOD • SPRINKLERS • SMOKE & • EAT DETECTORS COMMON AREAS & FEATURES OF THE RESIDENTIAL TOWERS RESEDENTIAL AREAS • RECEPTION AREA • LOUNGE AREA • 3 ELEVATORS SHARED BY 2 TOWERS • CENTRAL GARBAGE COLLECTION AREA (MRF) • PROVISION FOR GARBAGE COLLECTION ON EVERY FLOOR • 1.50-METER- WIDE HALLWAY AMENITIES • SWIMMING POOL WITH GAZEBO • GYM • COMMERCIAL SPACES • OUTDOOR SHOWER PARKING • LOWER GROUND PARKING FOR RESIDENTS • SURFACE PARKING FOR COMMERCIAL/RETAIL

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Rockwell, Cebu City, Cebu

Condominium a City Living Condo living like never before, a world-class development, which creates the perfect mix of nature’s calmness with the accessibility and convenience of urban living. Quietly nestled on a 3.2 hectare plot of land in Lahug, Cebu; the master-planned development lets residents live amidst artfully landscaped greenery while being in close proximity to Cebu’s business centers.The residence consists of four beautifully constructed residential towers; each equipped with top-of-the-line amenities to help you live the lifestyle you’ve dreamed of. Are you facing failure rather than success in your search for house and lot for sale in Cebu City? ALJT Realty and Brokerage brings the most recent listings on single family houses, townhouses and more in Cebu City that would come close to your expectation and budget. Even if you are unable to weigh the listings available on website, we have Property Sales Advisors to help you with their insight. For not missing the best deal on house and lot for sale in Cebu City, contact us at (6332)236-12-00 / (6332)513-6996. No Success in Search for Condominium Sale in Cebu City So Far? Checklists to Find the Right Property for Sale in Cebu City Looking to purchase a property for sale in Cebu City, Cebu means the largest investment you will make in your lifetime and any minor mistake can degrade its value. You need to search for the right property for residential or commercial use in the area in order to prevent the loss of your investment value. Below are some checklists that would help every buyer to find the right house and lot for sale in Cebu City for living with the family or a commercial unit to continue with your business activities. Property Investment Rules for Foreigners, every foreigner is eligible to own a Condominium unit whether vertical or horizontal even though he or she has not a Filipina spouse as provided under the Philippine Condominium Law. In case he or she wants to invest in a property for sale in Cebu City or its surrounding cities which is not a condominium unit, one of the most reliable Filipinos will have to serve as a dummy. It is possible with the assistance and help of a lawyer. Factors to Consider before Making a Property Investment in Cebu City. Purchasing a House or lot for sale in Cebu City demands a significant investment. Consider asking yourself a few questions including the following: What is the preferred location? How much money can you pay for? Do you have cash savings or regular income to go ahead with the purchase plan? Analyze your bank account details and find out what is the maximum amount you can pay for purchasing a property for sale in Cebu City. Do you want to purchase a lot only and construct a house as per your own design? Do you like to live in the Cebu City house or lot for sale or give it on rent? You should set a budget first and search for the details on house or lot coming close to it. Consider Your Ultimate Priorities in Property for Sale in Cebu City. Decide whether you want to buy a house or a condominium? If your final choice is a house, you need to consider the options like Townhouse, Row house, Duplex house, single attached/detached house, and single/multi storey house. Prepare a list of all the features you desire in your new home or lot in Cebu City and organize them according to priorities. There are a few other important things to consider including the number of bathrooms, bedrooms, parking space, swimming pool, landscape garden, security and your safety, location of the property and its surroundings, the road for your entrance and exit, public transportation system, protection from flood, tsunami, typhoon, landslide, earthquake and other natural calamities. All these and many more things should be checked for, to reduce your tension and disappointment after closing for a home or lot for sale in Cebu City. Consult with a Certified Local Realtor Once you get a fair idea of the type of house or lot for sale in Cebu City you should consult with a licensed and certified real estate broker or salesperson. They can show you the areas where the desired properties are available for sale. With his professional insight and skill, you can sail through the documentation work and buying procedure. Since he is licensed and trained, you can be sure to have a smooth and easy property transaction in Cebu City. ALJT Realty and Brokerage is an ever growing real estate portal in the Philippines. It produces an efficient platform online for listing of property for sale in Cebu City and supporting local real estate agencies, developers, brokers and salespersons that are in need of exposure. To search a number of property listings with convenience and filter your own search with the location, size, price and kind, start browsing on ALJT Realty and Brokerage. Call the professional real estate brokers or sales consultants of ALJT Realty and Brokerage to find the best deals on house or lot for sale in Cebu City, Cebu at (6332)236-12-00 / (6332)513-6996 or mail them at aljtrealtybrokerage@gmail.com. The Capital City of the Queen of the South Cebu City (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Sugbu; Filipino: Lungsod ng Cebu) is the capital city of the island province of Cebu in Central Visayas and is the "second city" of the Philippines after Manila. Cebu City is a 1st city income class highly urbanized city where its political governance is independent and separate from the province of Cebu, and according to the 2015 census, it has a population of 922,611, making it the fifth most populated city in the nation. In the 2016 electoral roll, it had 630,003 registered voters. Cebu City is a significant center of commerce, trade and education in the Visayas. The city is located on the mid-eastern side of Cebu island. It is the first Spanish settlement, the country's oldest city, and the first capital of the Philippines. It is considered as the Fount of Christianity in the Far East. Cebu is the Philippines' main domestic shipping port, and is home to about 80% of the country's domestic shipping companies. Cebu City is bordered to the northeast by Mandaue and the town of Consolacion, to the west are Toledo City, and the towns of Balamban and Asturias, to the south are Talisay City and the town of Minglanilla. Across Mactan Strait to the east is Mactan Island. It is the center of a metropolitan area called Metro Cebu, which includes the cities of Carcar, Danao, Lapu-Lapu, Mandaue, Nagaand Talisay; and the municipalities (towns) of Compostela, Consolacion, Cordova, Liloan, Minglanilla and San Fernando. Metro Cebu had a total population of 2,849,213 as of 2015, making it the second most populous metropolitan area of the nation after Metro Manila in Luzon. Etymology The name "Cebu" came from the old Cebuano word sibu or sibo ("trade"), a shortened form of sinibuayng hingpit ("the place for trading"). It was originally applied to the harbors of the town of Sugbu, the ancient name for Cebu City. Sugbu, in turn, was derived from the Old Cebuano term for "scorched earth" or "great fire". History Founding Before the arrival of the Spaniards, Cebu city was part of the island-rajahnate and trade center of Pulua Kang Dayang or Kangdaya (literally "[the islands] which belong to Daya"), now better known as the Rajahnate of Cebu. It was founded by a prince of the Hindu Chola dynasty of Sumatra, the half-Malay and half-Tamil, Sri Lumay. The name Sugbu (shortened form of Kang Sri Lumaying Sugbu, literally "that of Sri Lumay's great fire") refers to Sri Lumay's scorched earth tactics against Muslim Moro raiders (Magalos). Spanish period Magellan's Cross A 19th-century map of Cebu City On 7 April 1521, Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan landed in Cebu. He was welcomed by Rajah Humabon (also known as Sri Humabon or Rajah Humabara), the grandson of Sri Lumay, together with his wife and about 700 native islanders. Magellan, however, was killed in the Battle of Mactan, and the remaining members of his expedition left Cebu soon after several of them were poisoned by Humabon, who was fearful of foreign occupation. The last ruler of Sugbu, prior to Spanish colonization, was Rajah Humabon's nephew, Rajah Tupas (d. 1565). On 13 February 1565, Spanish conquistadors led by Miguel López de Legazpi together with Augustinian friars whose prior was Andrés de Urdaneta, arrived in Samar, taking possession of the island thereafter. They Christianized some natives and Spanish remnants in Cebu. Afterwards, the expedition visited Leyte, Cabalian, Mazaua, Camiguinand Bohol where the famous Sandugo or blood compact was performed between López de Legazpi and Datu Sikatuna, the chieftain of Bohol on 16 March 1565. The Spanish arrived in Cebu on 15 April 1565. They then attempted to parley with the local ruler, Rajah Tupas, but found that he and the local population had abandoned the town. Rajah Tupas presented himself at their camp on 8 May, feast of the Apparition of Saint Michael the Archangel, when the island was taken possession of on behalf of the Spanish King. The Treaty of Cebu was formalized on 3 July 1565. López de Legazpi's party named the new city "Villa de San Miguel de Cebú" (later renamed "Ciudad del Santísimo Nombre de Jesús)." In 1567 the Cebu garrison was reinforced with the arrival of 2,100 soldiers from New Spain (Mexico). The growing colony was then fortified by Fort San Pedro. By 1569 the Spanish settlement in Cebu had become important as a safe port for ships from Mexico and as a jumping-off point for further exploration of the archipelago. Small expeditions led by Juan de Salcedo went to Mindoro and Luzon, where he and Martín de Goiti played a leading role in the subjugation of the Kingdoms of Tundun and Seludong in 1570. One year later, López de Legazpi departed Cebu to discuss a peace pact with the defeated Rajahs. An agreement between the conquistadors and the Rajahs to form a city council paved the way for the establishment of a new settlement and the construction of the Christian walled city of Intramuros on the razed remains of Islamic Manila, then a satellite state of the Bruneian Empire. In 1571, the Spanish carried over infantry from Mexico, to raise an army of Christian Visayan warriors from Cebu and Iloilo as well as mercenaries from the Tagalog region, and assaulted the Sultanate of Brunei in what is known as the Castille War. The war also started the Spanish–Moro Wars waged between the Christian Visayans and Muslim Mindanao, wherein Moros burned towns and conducted slave raids in the Visayas islands and selling the slaves to the Sultanates of the Malay Archipelago and the Visayans fought back by establishing Christian fort-cities in Mindanao, cities such as Zamboanga City. On 14 August 1595, Pope Clement VIII created the diocese of Cebu as a suffragan to the Archdiocese of Manila. On 3 April 1898, local revolutionaries led by the Negrense Leon Kilat rose up against the Spanish colonial authorities and took control of the urban center after three days of fighting. The uprising was only ended by the treacherous murder of Leon Kilat and the arrival of soldiers from Iloilo. On 26 December 1898, the Spanish Governor, General Montero, evacuated his troops to Zamboanga, turning over government property to Pablo Mejia. The next day, a provincial government was formed under Luis Flores as president, General Juan Climaco as military chief of staff, and Julio Llorente as mayor. American occupation and World War II Malacañang sa Sugbo, the presidential residence in the Visayas The signing of the Treaty of Paris at the end of the Spanish–American War provided for the cession of Cebu along with the rest of the Philippine islands to the United States until the formation of the Commonwealth Era (1935–46). On 21 February 1899, the USS Petrel (PG-2)deployed a landing party of 40 marines on the shores of Cebu. Cebu's transfer to the Commonwealth government was signed by Luis Flores although others, most notably General Arcadio Maxilom and Juan Climaco, offered resistance until 1901. Governor W. H. Taftvisited Cebu on 17 April 1901, and appointed Julio Llorento as the first provincial governor. Juan Climaco was elected to that office in January 1904. After having remained a town since its original founding in 1565, Cebu became a chartered city on 24 February 1937. Many other Philippine cities such as Dansalan (now Marawi), Iloilo City, and Bacolod City were also incorporated at that time (see Cities of the Philippines). Along with the rest of the country, Cebu came under Japanese occupation during WWII. The Japanese encountered some opposition there from guerrillas and irregular forces led by Col. James Cushing and the Cebu Area Command. It was finally liberated with the Battle for Cebu City in March and April 1945. The military general headquarters of the Philippine Commonwealth Army and 8th Constabulary Regiment of the Philippine Constabulary, active from 3 January 1942 to 30 June 1946, was stationed in Cebu City during World War II. Present day Colon Street, the oldest national road in the Philippines, is the center of a dense and compact area in downtown Cebu City that was once the heart of Cebu City's shopping and business activity, with fashionable shops, restaurants and movie houses. In the early 1990s, much of this activity shifted to the more modern and more diverse business districts located in almost all of the urban areas of the city, including in what was considered residential and leisure neighborhoods. Colon also serves as a transit point for public utility jeepneys (PUJ) covering arterial routes within the city. Geography Cebu City has a land area of 315 square kilometres (122 sq mi). To the northeast of the city is Mandaue City and the town of Consolacion; to the west is Toledo City and the towns of Balamban and Asturias; to the south is Talisay City and the town of Minglanilla. Across Mactan Strait to the east is Mactan island where Lapu-Lapu is located. Further east across the Cebu Strait is the island of Bohol. Climate Cebu City has a tropical monsoon climate (Köppen climate classification tropical monsoon climate, tropical climate). Local government Cebu City Hall Being a highly urbanized city, Cebu City (along with Lapu-Lapu City) is independent from Cebu province. Its electorate do not vote for provincial officials. There were proposals during the time of Governor Emilio Mario Osmeña to establish an "administrative district" that would be independent from Cebu City. This would literally mean carving out Cebu City's Capitol Site barangay, where the provincial capitol and other provincial offices are located. The plan, however, did not go through and was even followed by other proposals like the transfer of the capital to Balamban. Cebu City is governed by a mayor, vice mayor and sixteen councilors (eight representing the northern and eight representing the southern region). Each official is popularly elected to serve for a three-year term. The chief of the Association of Barangay Captains also serves in the city council. The day-to-day administration of the city is handled by a city administrator Current city officials (2016-2019) • Mayor: Tomas Osmeña LP • Vice mayor: Edgar Labella UNA 17th Congress • House of Representatives • 1st District (North): Raul del Mar LP • 2nd District (South): Rodrigo Abellanosa LP The population reached 799,762 people in 2007, and at the 2010 census, the city's population had grown to 866,171 in over 161,151 households. In the 2016 electoral roll, it had 630,003 registered voters, meaning that 68% of the population are aged 18 and over The most recent census data on ethnicity (based on the 2010 census) shows that the vast majority of the city's population speaks Cebuano. Religion Christianity in the form of Roman Catholicism is the predominant religion in Cebu for about 80% of the population. The remainders are divided with various Protestant faiths such as Baptist, Methodists, Non-denominational, Iglesia Ni Cristo, Church of Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon), Jehovah's Witnesses, Seventh-day Adventist and other Christian groups. Other religions include Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. Within the city is the Cebu Taoist Temple, a Taoist temple located in Beverly Hills. Economy Panoramic view of the Cebu Business Park Ceboom, a portmanteau of Cebu and Boom, has been used to refer to the rapid economic development of both Cebu City and Cebu Province in the early 1990s. With Cebu city's proximity to many islands, beaches, hotel and resorts, diving locations and heritage sites, high domestic and foreign tourist arrivals have fueled the city's tourism industry. Due to its geographic location, accessibility by air, land and sea transportation, Cebu City has become the tourist gateway to Central and Southern Philippines. Its port, Port of Cebu, is the country's second largest port after Manila Entrance to Cebu IT Park Cebu South Road Properties The city is a major hub for the business process outsourcing industry of the Philippines. In 2013, Cebu ranked 8th worldwide in the "Top 100 BPO Destinations Report" by global advisory firm, Tholons. In 2012, the growth in IT-BPO revenues in Cebu grew 26.9 percent at $484 million, while nationally, the industry grew 18.2 percent at $13 billion. Aboitiz Equity Ventures, formerly known as Cebu Pan Asian Holdings, is the first holding company from Cebu City publicly listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange. Ayala Corporation, through its subsidiary Cebu Holdings, Inc. and Cebu Property, both publicly in the PSE Index, developed the Cebu Park District where the mixed-used development zones of the Cebu Business Park and Cebu IT Park are located. Both master planned areas are host to regional headquarters for various companies in the banking, finance, IT and tourism sectors among others. Shipbuilding companies in Cebu have manufactured bulk carriers of up to 70,000 metric tons deadweight (DWT) and double-hulled fast craft as well. This industry made the Philippines the 4th largest shipbuilding country in the world. With a revenue growth rate of 18.8 percent in 2012, the real estate industry is the fastest growing sector in Cebu. With the strong economic indicators and high investors' confidence level, more condominium projects and hypermarkets are being developed in the locality. The South Road Properties (SRP) is a 300-hectare (740-acre) prime property development project on a reclaimed land located a few metres off the coast of Cebu's central business district. It is a mixed-use development that will feature entertainment, leisure, residential and business-processing industries.[41] It is registered with the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) and is funded by the Japan Bank for International Cooperation(JBIC). Traversing the property is a 12-kilometre (7.5 mi), four-lane highway known as the Cebu Coastal Road that provides the motorists with a good view of Cebu's south coast and the nearby island of Bohol. Ayala Center Cebu is a shopping mall at the Cebu Business Park. More than 85,000 people visit this mall every day, with the figure increasing to 135,000 daily on weekends. Culture Procession during the Feast Day of the Santo Niño. Cebu City is a significant cultural center in the Philippines. The imprint of Spanish and Roman Catholic culture is evident. The city's most famous landmark is Magellan's Cross. This cross, now housed in a chapel, is reputed to have been erected by Ferdinand Magellan (Fernão Magalhães) when he arrived in the Philippines in 1521. It was encased in hollow tindalo wood in 1835 upon the order of the Augustinian Bishop Santos Gómez Marañon to prevent devotees from taking it home chip by chip. The same bishop restored the present template or kiosk, located at Magallanes Street between the City Hall and Colegio del Santo Niño. Revered by Filipinos, the Magellan's Cross is a symbol of Christianity in the Philippines. A few steps away from Magellan's Cross is the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño (Church of the Holy Child). This is an Augustinian church elevated to the rank of basilica in 1965 during the 400th anniversary celebrations of Christianity in the Philippines, held in Cebu. The church, which was the first to be established in the islands, is built of hewn stone and features the country's oldest relic, the figure of the Santo Niño de Cebú (Holy Child of Cebu). Devotees inside the Basilica del Santo Niño. This religious and cultural event is celebrated during the island's cultural festivities known as the Sinulog festival. Held every third Sunday of January, it celebrates the festival of the Santo Niño, who was formerly considered to be the patron saint of Cebu. (This patronage was later changed to that of Our Lady of Guadalupe after it was realised that the St. Niño could not be a patron saint because he was an image of Christ and not a saint.) The sinulog is a dance ritual of pre-Hispanic indigenous origin. The dancer moves two steps forward and one step backward to the rhythmic sound of drums. This movement resembles somewhat the current (sulog) of the river. Thus, the Cebuanos called it sinulog. When the Spaniards arrived in Cebu, the Italian chronicler Antonio Pigafetta, sailing under convoy with the Magellan expedition, offered a baptismal gift to Hara Amihan, wife of Rajah Humabon. She was later named Juana, the figure of the Santo Niño. The natives also honored the Santo Niño de Cebú in their indigenous sinulog ritual. This ritual was preserved but limited to honoring the Santo Niño. Once the Santo Niño church was built in the 16th century, the Christianized-Austronesian natives started performing the sinulog ritual in front of the church, the devotees offering candles and indigenous dancers shouting "Viva Pit Señor In the 1980s and 2000s, the city authorities of Cebu added the religious feast of Santo Niño de Cebú during the Sinulog Festival to its cultural event. Music Cebu City is regarded as the birthplace of the BisRock genre. The term "Bisrock" was coined by Cebuano writer Januar E. Yap in 2002. Notable Bisrock bands include Missing Filemon, Junior Kilat, Phylum, and Scrambled Eggs, among others. Filipino bands Urbandub and Cueshé also hail from Cebu, but mostly sing their songs in English, and in the latter's case, also in Tagalog. The Cebu Reggae Festival is a popular Filipino Reggae and Roots music festival, it now has become one of the Philippines' largest annual Reggae Festivals. Lifedance and Sinulog Invasion are rave music festivals held in the city in the days before the Sinulog Festival. These music festivals are regarded as among the biggest music festivals in the country. The Cebu Pop Music Festival is an annual music festival, founded in 1980, showcasing Cebuano language pop songs. Like Lifedance and Sinulog Invasion, the music festival is also held in the days before the Sinulog Festival. On Cebuano musical heritage, the Jose R. Gullas Halad Museum in V. Gullas St. (former Manalili) corner D. Jakosalem St. in Cebu City, holds musical memorabilia of Cebuano composers in the early 20th century, the likes of Ben Zubiri (composer of Matud Nila), Inting Rubi (Kasadya Ning Taknaa) and Minggoy Lopez (Rosas Pandan). Sports The Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation, Inc. is based in the city. Its member schools are located within the Metro Cebu area. It is often considered as the strongest collegiate league outside Metro Manila. The city has an active boxing scene. ALA Gym, one of the most famous boxing gyms in the Philippines, is based in the city, at the Banilad district. In addition, ALA Gym's promotion arm, the ALA Promotions, organises the Pinoy Pride boxing series. Global Cebu F.C. is currently the only professional sports team that is playing in the city. The team plays its home games at the Cebu City Sports Complex. Former professional sports teams include the Cebu City Chiefs, a rugby league team that participated in the Philippines National Rugby League and the Cebu Dragons, a rugby union team in the Philippine Rugby Football Union. The Cebu Gems were also another team that was based in Cebu City. The Gems played their home games at the Cebu Coliseum. Tourism Tourism is a thriving industry in Cebu. It hosted the 1998 ASEAN Tourism Forum. The city also hosted the East Asian Tourism Forum on August 2002, in which the province of Cebu is a member and signatory. Views of Cebu City and its skyline can be seen from villages and numerous gated communities located on its mountainsides. There is a significant number of Filipino-Spanish heritage buildings in Cebu City. Top tourism sights: • Fort San Pedro in Plaza Indepedencia • Basilica del Santo Niño • Magellan's Cross • Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral • Cebu Taoist Temple • Casa Gorordo Museum • Magsaysay Monument • Yap Sandiego Ancestral House – showcases the ancestral home of a Chinese businessman during the Spanish era. Houses old relics which are well preserved • Museo Sugbo • The Cebu City Sports Complex exhibits sporting and festival events. Fort San Pedro Plaza Independencia de Cebu Cebu Taoist Temple Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral Cebu City Sports Complex Waterfront Cebu City Hotel Infrastructure Transportation Mactan-Cebu International Airport Artist impression of Osmeña Boulevard upon construction of a proposed bus rapid transit in Cebu City The city is readily accessible by air via the Mactan–Cebu International Airport located in Lapu-Lapu City which has direct international flights to Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, China, Taiwan, Los Angeles, Dubai and South Korea, Charter flights to Russia and domestic destinations. Many international and cargo airlines fly to Cebu. There are also direct transfer flights via the capital's Ninoy Aquino International Airport that readily connect the city to other destinations in the world. The city is served by a domestic and international port which are handled by the Cebu Port Authority. Much of the city's waterfront is actually occupied by the port with around 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) of berthing space. The city is home to more than 80% of the country's island vessels traveling on domestic routes mostly in the Visayas and Mindanao. Transportation throughout the city and the metropolitan itself is provided by jeepneys, buses and taxis. The Cebu City Government conducted a 2012 feasibility study on implementing bus rapid transit (BRT) system that will ease the transportation of the residents in the city and throughout the entire Metro Cebu area Aimed to serve an estimated 330,000 passengers per day, the project would have a capacity of 176 buses running through 33 stations along Bulacao until Talamban with a link to South Road Properties. The project is currently branded as TransCebu and is expected to be fully operational by 2017. As of March 2017 it is already two years late, and the price has rocketed to ?9.04 billion (US$180 million). Utilities The city mostly gets its power from an interconnection grid with the Leyte Geothermal Power Plant, which also powers the majority of the Visayas. Cebu is also powered by a coal-fired thermal plant with two units each generating 52.5-MW and 56.8-MW, a 43.8-MW diesel power plant and 55-MW land-based gas turbine plants located at the Naga power complex which is planned to be rehabilitated and replaced with 150-MW coal units by 2016 and to be completed by 2019. Telecommunication facilities, broadband and wireless internet connections are available and are provided by some of the country's largest telecommunication companies. In the 1998, the 15-hectare (37-acre) Inayawan Sanitary Landfill was constructed to ease garbage disposal within the city. After 15 years, the landfill reached its lifespan and the Talisay city government recently allowed Cebu to temporarily dump its garbage in its own 2-hectare (4.9-acre) landfill. In 2015, Cebu appropriated a total of ?2.5 million to close and rehabilitate the landfill at Inayawan. Education University of San Carlos Cebu Normal University in Osmeña Boulevard University of San Jose–Recoletos Cebu City currently has eleven large universities each with a number of college branches throughout the city and more than a dozen other schools specialising in various courses. Among these schools is the University of San Carlos. It has five campuses around the metropolitan area. It is currently headed by the Society of the Divine Word. The University of the Philippines Cebu, located at Camputhaw in the district near Lahug currently has eight courses and has plans of expansion and development. The U.P. Board of Regents elevated the status of U.P. Cebu as a constituent university of the University of the Philippines System on 27 October 2016. Another Catholic university in Cebu City is the University of San Jose – Recoletos which was established in 1947. It is currently headed by the Augustinian Recollects and has two different campuses within the city, excluding a new campus outside the city located in the municipality of Balamban. Cebu Normal University was established in 1902 as a provincial normal school, a branch of the Philippine Normal School. It became an independent institution in 1924, a chartered college in 1976, and a university in 1998. The Cebu Doctors' University (formerly Cebu Doctors' College) was granted university status on November 2004. It is the only school in the Philippines designated a university without having a basic education (pre-school – high school) curriculum; it caters mainly to courses related to the health services field. It was relocated to a nine-story main building in 2007 at the Cebu Boardwalk (now Dr. P.V. Larrazabal Jr. Avenue) in neighbouring Mandaue City, thus closing its old campus near the then Cebu Doctors' Hospital (now Cebu Doctors' University Hospital). As of 2016, the university now offers senior high school (grades 11 and 12) The University of Cebu's campus in Banilad was opened in June 2002. Its main campus in Sanciangko street offers degree programs such as a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT), HRM, Computer Engineering, BSED and others. Also located in the city is the University of the Visayas, established in 1919 and considered to be the first educational institution who was granted with a university status. It was granted an autonomous status by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) in 2010 and currently offers basic education and a number of courses in the tertiary level including medical courses (Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Midwifery, and Health Care Services) which are housed in its campus in Banilad area. Other noteworthy institutions in the city include Cebu Institute of Technology – University, Southwestern University, St. Theresa's College, University of Southern Philippines Foundation in Lahug and Mabini, Cebu Technological University (formerly the Cebu State College of Science and Technology), Cebu Institute of Medicine (together with its affiliated school Velez College), Cebu Eastern College, Cebu International School, Sacred Heart School - Ateneo de Cebu, Don Bosco Technology Center – Cebu (DBTC), and the Colegio de la Inmaculada Concepcion. The upcoming Centro Escolar University – Cebu will be the fourth campus of the university after its Manila (Main), Malolos, and Makati campuses. Cebu City has 68 public elementary schools, 23 national high schools and 28 night high schools. These night high schools are operated by the city government. The Cebu City Public Library and Information Center is the only public library in Cebu.

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You may consider Mandaue City as your place of living Mandaue, officially the City of Mandaue (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Mandaue; Filipino: Lungsod ng Mandaue) and often referred to as Mandaue City, is a 1st city income class highly urbanized city in the region of Central Visayas (Region VII), Philippines. It is one of three highly urbanized cities on Cebu island and forms a part of the Cebu Metropolitan area. Mandaue City is located on the central-eastern coastal region of Cebu; its southwest coast borders the northeast of Mactan Island, where Lapu-Lapu City is located. Mandaue is connected to Mactan Island via two bridges: the Mactan-Mandaue Bridge and Marcelo Fernan Bridge, and is bounded south and the west by the provincial capital, Cebu City, and north by Consolacion, to which it is linked by the Cansaga Bay Bridge. The city has an area of 2,518 ha (6,220 acres). According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 362,654. In the 2016 electoral roll, it had 189,712 registered voters. Mandaue City is part of the Sixth District of Cebu joined with the municipalities of Consolacion and Cordova. Although qualified for a lone district since 1991, this was neglected by lawmakers. Mandaue is an independent highly urbanized city but is legislatively administered with the supervision of the provincial government. History A community was established in Mandaue by a flourishing group of Austronesian people. The Venetian chronicler Antonio Pigafettawrote of a settlement called Mandani which existed in the area with a chieftain named Apo Noan then a few decades later another ruler named Lambuzzan. Mandaue natives were forced into a town as decreed by the Spanish authorities. This may have started off as a mission village (which included present day Consolacion, Liloan and Poro) serving as a bulwark for the church in the northern Cebu and was managed by the Jesuit in 1638 then a century later by the Recollects. The Philippine revolution in 1898 gave the town a new form of administration in accordance with the organic decree of the Central Revolutionary Government. The short-lived revolution was overthrown by the American Troops and a battle nearly destroyed the town in 1901, killing Presidente Benito Ceniza. Mandaue became independent from being an American Commonwealth and a Japanese garrison on July 4, 1946 along with the entire nation. Mandaue became a chartered city on June 21, 1969. The city was recognized as a HUC (Highly Urbanized City) in 1991. Geography The city has a total area of 34.87 km2 (13.46 sq mi). According to the 2015 census, the population density is 10,000/km2(26,000/sq mi). The city is the 6th smallest government unit in terms of land area; among the Metro Cebu local government units the city is the second smallest next to the municipality of Cordova in the island of Mactan. The city's land area is only 4.5% of the total land area of Metro Cebu and less than 1% of the total land of the province of Cebu. The ongoing North Reclamation Project, now known as the North Special Administrative Zone, currently has about 180 ha (440 acres) reclaimed land. Of the 180 hectares, about 36 ha (89 acres) belong to the city. The existing mangrove area will be retained as a marine habitat, part of the area's parks and open spaces. It is one of the two (the other one being the municipality of Consolacion) local government units located within the mainland Metro Cebu where the elevation of land is less than 100 m (330 ft). Many of the areas of the city are extremely flat. About 77.37% is within the 0-8% slope category. Barangays belonging to this region are Centro, Looc, South Special Administrative Zone, Cambaro, Opao, Umapad, Paknaan, Alang-alang, Tipolo, Ibabao, Guizo, Subangdaku, Mantuyong, Maguikay and Tabok. The greater portion of the city, comprising about 70%, is dominated by the Mandaue Clay Loam soil series. This is found in the 0-2% and 2-5% slope ranges. Faraon clay loam characterizes the rest of the land with slope range from 5-8% and up to 25-40% Data showed that the oldest written accounts of Mandaue came from a population of 160 in 1637 to 1638. Mandaue had 10,309 souls according to the Buzeta & Bravo (1850). During the first year of its township in 1899, Mandaue had 42 barrios with a population of 21,086. When Mandaue was a second class municipality in 1964 its population was 33,811. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 362,654, which is an increase of 102,926. Mandaue has a significantly large population at or below the poverty line. In the 2016 electoral roll, it had 189,712 registered voters, meaning that 52% of the population are aged 18 and over. Economy About 40 percent of Cebu’s export companies are found in Mandaue. The city is dubbed as the industrial hub of Region VII and hosts about 10,000 industrial and commercial businesses, making it a “little rich city” in the country. It is home to some of the world’s biggest companies such as San Miguel Corp., Coca-Cola Bottling Corp. and Shemberg, the number one exporter of carrageenan. Mandaue City also accounts for 75 percent of the country’s total exports in the furniture sector, making the city the furniture capital of the country. Tourism Further information: Public holidays in the Philippines Cebu International Convention Centre Bantayan sa Hari, 1912 Casa Municipio, circa 1920 Pasyon sa Mandauecelebrated in the early 1970s Mandaue's point of interests, destinations, and attractions include: Natural areas • Monkey Caves • Cansaga Bay • Butuanon River • Casili Hills • Jagobiao Spring • Cabancalan-Banilad Sinkholes • Mahiga River Historical locations • Bantayan Sa Hari • National Shrine of Saint Joseph • Mandaue Presidencia, City Hall • Ouano Wharf • Mandaue Salt Beds • Eversley Childs Sanitarium • Rizal-Bonifacio Memorial Library • Bathan Press • San Miguel Brewery • Rainbow Lane • Cebu International Convention Centre • Museums • 856 G Gallery • Luis Cabrera Ancestral House and Museum • Mandaue City Public Library • Quijano Museum • Parks • City Plaza • Bridge Park • Garden Centre • Sports • Wireless Plaza and Sports Complex • Mandaue City Sports and Cultural Complex • Mandaue Tennis Complex • Portside Badminton Plaza • Quick Points Badminton Club • Aboitiz Sports Field • San Roque Football Club • Sacred Heart–Ateneo de Cebu Sports Complex • Cebu Golf Academy Fiestas Mandaue Fiesta:Celebrated on May 8 in honor of the patron St. Joseph. There are many events that occur in this feast like the inter-barangay sports competition, Queen Prince and Princess coronation, rodeos, street festival, bailes, fairs and many more. Panagtagbo: Translacion (Gathering of the Holy Family), coincidentally the patrons of Cebu are Santo Niño and Birhen sa Guadelupe, Saint Joseph in Mandaue City. This is celebrated every January when the three statues meet in the national shrine of Saint Joseph often called the Translacion where a fluvial procession follows. There are singing and dancing competitions and street dancing that happen during the Bibingkahan in honor of the Sto. Niño Kabayo Festival: The Kabayo (Horse) festival also known as Governor's Cup is a horse racing and different equestrian sports with the western way of riding event held annually in the second week of February. Pasigarbo sa Sugbo: It is an event that is held annually in Mandaue City, Cebu International Convention Center every August 13 which shows Cebu's culture and different festivals, it is a fiesta of colorful costumes and elaborate props as dancers from 42 towns and cities from all over Cebu compete which ends with a fireworks display. Cuisine Bibingka Mandaue has many restaurants which cater to gourmets and international cuisines like Italian, Japanese, Indian, Mediterranean, Lebanese, Arabic, Russian, Korean, Mexican, and Western cuisines. A variety of restaurants also serves meals of local cuisine. Many famous Cebuano meals like the lechon[21] or inasal, eaten with achara or pickled vegetables. The sugba or barbecue of either isda(fish), baboy (pork), manok (chicken) or baka (beef) is found all over Mandaue eaten with the puso a diamond-shaped hanged rice covered in coco leaves. Kinilaw[22] is raw meat usually pork or fish drenched in vinegar and salt. The buwad or dried seafood either fish or squid can be pungent with a crunchy and chewy texture. There are some exotic meals you can find like the dinugoan or pig's blood which is eaten like a soup. Barbecued chicken feet are liked by many locals. Original cuisine in Mandaue includes the bibingka which is steamed rice cakes mixed with coconut and sometimes egg. Binangos paired with rice is made of ground up corn with Bolinao fish. This dish is found only in Mandaue; other delicacies includes the tagaktak, the seasonal buriring fish (stewed with iba) and the famous masareal. Transportation Philippine Jeepney Mandaue City's road network is composed of a national highway which connects the city to its neighboring cities and municipalities, and a national secondary road which traverses the city's metropolitan area. The total length of the city road network (paved and unpaved) and the four bridges, is about 133.7 km (83.1 mi), broken down into: • National road - 13.2 km (8.2 mi) • City road - 57.1 km (35.5 mi) • Barangay road - 63.4 km (39.4 mi) Road density is 5.31 km/km2 (8.55 mi/sq mi) of land. In terms of population, road density is 0.04 km (0.025 mi) per one thousand inhabitants. Land transportation is being served by PUJ, utility vehicles, mini-buses, multi-cabs, tricycles, trisikads and for cargoes, trailers and vans. Sea transport of Mandaue is highly dependent on Port of Cebu and Cebu International Port, because of the city's proximity to these facilities. Education Lapu-Lapu Mandaue campus of the University of Cebu. Schools in Mandaue City follow a system of 6 years for primary education and 6 years for secondary education. There are technical schools like TESDA in Banilad and Looc and othe private institutions that provide certificate degrees. Associate degree, Baccalaureate Degrees, Master's and Doctoral programs are available in specific Universities. Mandaue has institutionalized learning with the Cabahug Medal which was started on 1923 by Sotero Cabahug as a medal of academic excellence annually. The Mandaue Fraternal Society was also created in the early part of the 19th century to provide a community for the professionals during the time when Mandaue was still a sleepy town. Cebu's part-time Japanese school, the Cebu Japanese School (CJS; ??????? Sebu Hoshu Jugyo Ko), is located on the fifth floor of the Clotilde Commercial Center in Barangay Casuntingan, Mandaue City.

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Trillium, Cebu City, Cebu

ALJT Realty and Brokerage is now duly accredited in Trillium Residences. If you are interested you may contact us. Why Real Estate? Tangible Investment Appraisal value is ABOVE bank interest Shield against inflation Good Collateral Why Cebu? Gateway to Visayas and Mindanao Growth of BPO, KPO, Medical and Export Industry Booming Tourism Fastest growing Metropolis Affordable life style Close proximity of City to Airport and resorts Why Molave? Walking distance from Cebu Business Park – Ayala Center Cebu Walking distance from Cebu IT Park Walking distance from major schools like University of the Philippines – Lahug Walking distance to Perpetual Succour Hospital – Cebu’s Heart Institute Near to major banks, hotels and malls Location is at the hearth of Cebu’s business districts Condominium living has quickly become popular among early nesters and even retirees. The cocooned vibe that one gets within the enclosed spares of a condo coupled with the minimal maintenance it makes even more appealing to a lot of buyers. The newest addition of Cebu’s cityspace is the 18-storey residential and commercial tower, The Trillium Residences. It is the Maiden condominium project of RCAB Properties Inc. and was envisioned as an ideal place to enjoy life to the fullest, as well as do business in an exclusive area. Its location on Molave St, corner Escario St, Barangay Kamputhaw, Cebu City has been dubbed as Cebu’s own Forbes Park. It is at the very center of the City and just a few steps away from everything, with access point to and from the University of the Philippines Cebu in Barangay Lahug. The Trillium Residences can also be accessed through Apitong St. and Rosal St. Every unit has a high ceiling – almost four meters of floor-to-floor height and spacious balcony. Apart from the swimming pool on the 15th floor will have waterfall. On the same floor will be the indoor gym, day-care room and an office. All of which will have the majestic view of the mountains and the Mactan Channel. The tower will have a total of 128 residential units plus three penthouses (257.34 square meters each) on the 16th to 18th levels. Each penthouse has the rare 360-degree unobstructed view of the entire City. It also has two basement parking areas. There will be five commercial spaces on the first floor, a 160-person capacity function hall on the second and 11 office spaces on the third. Level four to 14 will nest the 128 residential units – 105 for 29-sqaure meter studio units, 20 for 41 square meter one bedroom units and 3 for 69 square meter two bedroom units. 8 UNITS 2 BEDROOM The condominium which sits on a 1,200 square meter property boasts of a contemporary designed by Architect Manuel Guanzon. It was launched in December 2013 and ground breaking in January 8, 2014. The expected date of completion has been moved to September 30, 2016. How much does luxurious and accessible living cost? At the Trillium Residences, not much. Features and Specifications Features 18 STOREYS STAND ALONE MIX CONDOMINIUM 2ND FLOOR COLLAPSIBLE FUNCTION ROOMS WHICH CAN CONVERTED INTO A GRAND FUNCTION HALL 3RD FLOOR FOR OFFICE SPACES 4TH - 14TH RESIDENTIAL UNITS 5TH FLOOR FOR AMENITIES 16TH - 18TH PENTHOUSE LOFT TYPE UNITS 2 BASEMENT PARKING Specifications Total of 123 Residential Units 100 STUDIO UNITS 15 UNITS 1 BEDROOM (SOLD OUT) 8 UNITS 2 BEDROOM 3 PENTHOUSE LOFT TYPE WITH 360 DEGREE VIEW OF CITY 5 COMMERCIAL UNITS AT GROUND FLOOR 11 OFFICES SPACES AT THE 3RD FLOOR 200 SEATING CAPACITY GRAND FUNCTION ROOM, COLLAPSIBLE INTO 5 MEETING ROOMS 2 HIGH SPEED ELEVATORS Penthouse Total Floor Area: 257.345 sq. m. Reservation: Php 50,000 Total Contract Price: Php 33,454,200 Studio Unit Standard unit area: 23.52 sq. m. Balcony: 2.58 sq. m. Total floor area: 26.10 sq. m. Reservation: Php 20,000 Total list price: Php 2,690,485.88 Transfer & Misc fees: Php 133,110.00 Total contract price: Php 2,823,595.88 One bedroom Standard unit area 41.87 sq. m. Balcony: 5.23 sq. m. Reservation: Php 20,000.00 Total list price Php 4,883,804.89 Transfer & misc fees: Php 241,623.00 Total contract price: Php 5,125,427.89 Two bedroom Standard unit area: 69.09 sq. m. Balcony: 8.54 sq. m. Total floor area: 74.32 sq. m. Reservation: Php 20,000.00 Total list price: Php 7,661,184.30 Transfer & misc fees: Php 379,032.00 Total contract price: Php 8,040,216.30 Amenities & Facilities Swimming Pool and Water facilities at the roof deck Indoor fitness gym, Daycare Center, Garden & Viewing Deck around swimming pool Visitor's Lounge & Commercial spaces at the ground floor Rentable Function Hall & Rooms, up to 200 pax at the 2nd floor Rentable Office spaces at the 3rd floor Individual mailboxes, Fire Alarm, Smoke Detectors & Sprinkler System 2-Unit High - Speed Elevators, CATV & CCTV Security Camera Standby Generator Set High Ceiling, approx. 3.70m floor to floor height 95% of units with balcony, Space provision for washing machine .30 x .30 Ceramic floor tiles, Granite Kitchen top & cabinets All walls & ceiling are primed white 3 Units Penthouses (1 unit with floor area of 257 sq.m per floor at 16th to 18th Floors) Advantages The Developer RCAB Properties Inc. President: Romeo Ang Reputable and Trusted real estate developer Manufactorer of CHRO PLUS HERBAL CAPSULE (former ROCH HERBAL CAPSULES), also BARCH DIETARY FOOD SUPPLEMENTS & other herbal products Design & Project Management ARCHITECT MANUEL GUANZON World class with proven track record in real estate architecture & design Building Designer of PARKLANE HOTEL, PAG-IBIG TOWER, METROBANK PLAZA, BANILAD TOWN CENTER, GRAND MAJESTIC CONVENTION, CEBU INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER

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Villa Donna, Talisay, Cebu

Are you facing failure rather than success in your search for house and lot for sale in Talisay City? ALJT Realty and Brokerage brings the most recent listings on single family houses, townhouses and more in Talisay City that would come close to your expectation and budget. Even if you are unable to weigh the listings available on website, we have Property Sales Advisors to help you with their insight. For not missing the best deal on house and lot for sale in Talisay City, contact us at (6332)236-12-00 / (6332)513-6996. Checklists to Find the Right Property for Sale in Talisay Looking to purchase a property for sale in Talisay City, Cebu means the largest investment you will make in your lifetime and any minor mistake can degrade its value. You need to search for the right property for residential or commercial use in the area in order to prevent the loss of your investment value. Below are some checklists that would help every buyer to find the right house and lot for sale in Talisay City for living with the family or a commercial unit to continue with your business activities. Property Investment Rules for Foreigners, every foreigner is eligible to own a Condominium unit whether vertical or horizontal even though he or she has not a Filipina spouse as provided under the Philippine Condominium Law. In case he or she wants to invest in a property for sale in Talisay City or its surrounding cities which is not a condominium unit, one of the most reliable Filipinos will have to serve as a dummy. It is possible with the assistance and help of a lawyer. Factors to Consider before Making a Property Investment in Talisay City. Purchasing a House or lot for sale in Talisay City demands a significant investment. Consider asking yourself a few questions including the following: What is the preferred location? How much money can you pay for? Do you have cash savings or regular income to go ahead with the purchase plan? Analyze your bank account details and find out what is the maximum amount you can pay for purchasing a property for sale in Talisay City. Do you want to purchase a lot only and construct a house as per your own design? Do you like to live in the Talisay City house or lot for sale or give it on rent? You should set a budget first and search for the details on house or lot coming close to it. Consider Your Ultimate Priorities in Property for Sale in Talisay City. Decide whether you want to buy a house or a condominium? If your final choice is a house, you need to consider the options like Townhouse, Row house, Duplex house, single attached/detached house, and single/multi storey house. Prepare a list of all the features you desire in your new home or lot in Talisay City and organize them according to priorities. There are a few other important things to consider including the number of bathrooms, bedrooms, parking space, swimming pool, landscape garden, security and your safety, location of the property and its surroundings, the road for your entrance and exit, public transportation system, protection from flood, tsunami, typhoon, landslide, earthquake and other natural calamities. All these and many more things should be checked for, to reduce your tension and disappointment after closing for a home or lot for sale in Talisay City. Consult with a Certified Local Realtor Once you get a fair idea of the type of house or lot for sale in Talisay City you should consult with a licensed and certified real estate broker or salesperson. They can show you the areas where the desired properties are available for sale. With his professional insight and skill, you can sail through the documentation work and buying procedure. Since he is licensed and trained, you can be sure to have a smooth and easy property transaction in Talisay City. ALJT Realty and Brokerage is an ever growing real estate portal in the Philippines. It produces an efficient platform online for listing of property for sale in Talisay City and supporting local real estate agencies, developers, brokers and salespersons that are in need of exposure. To search a number of property listings with convenience and filter your own search with the location, size, price and kind, start browsing on ALJT Realty and Brokerage. Call the professional real estate brokers or sales consultants of ALJT Realty and Brokerage to find the best deals on house or lot for sale in Talisay City, Cebu at (6332)236-12-00 / (6332)513-6996 or mail them at aljtrealtybrokerage@gmail.com. How wonderful if you knew the place to live Talisay, officially the City of Talisay and often referred to as Talisay City, is a 3rd city income class component city in the province of Cebu, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 227,645.[4] In the 2016 electoral roll, it had 120,240 registered voters.[5] Primarily a residential and trading center, Talisay lies within the Metro Cebu area. The name of Talisay is taken from the magtalisay tree which is abundant in the city. History Talisay was founded in 1648 as an estate owned by the Augustinians. In 1849 it was converted into a municipality. During both the American colonial period and World War II, Talisay served as a haven of colonial military forces. The municipality served as the center of guerrilla intelligence operations for the Philippine resistance movement in Cebu during World War II. The returning U. S. liberation forces landed on the beaches of Talisay on 28 March 1945, and were helped together with the Philippine Commonwealth forces and the Cebuano guerrillas, an event that marked the eventual surrender of Japanese forces on Cebu. That day is now an official holiday in the province of Cebu. In 2000 the municipality of Talisay was converted into a city.[6] The municipality is now linked to Cebu City via the South Coastal Highway from Lawaan, opened in 2004. This brought some recent inward investment in the form of subdivisions, but some hastily planned plagued by problems. Conflict occurred between the residents of the mountain barangay of Maghaway and those of Crown Asia's Azienda Milan and Venezia subdivisions. According to the National Statistics Office in its 2000 report, some 70% of the population of Talisay belongs to the urban poor. In the 2016 electoral roll, it had 120,240 registered voters, meaning that 53% of the population are aged 18 and over. Cebuano is the predominant language of the inhabitants of the city (96%). Religion Santa Teresa Church Talisay City has 90% Roman Catholic population with 9% other Christian denomination and 1% Muslim. Economy Talisay remains an important center for the production of blasting caps used in dynamite. Much of the commerce in Talisay takes place in the Tabunok area, where several public markets, strip malls and commercial establishments are situated. The biggest mall is Gaisano Grand Fiesta Mall Tabunok, which has a supermarket, department store and formerly, a cinema. However, much of the population still depend on the public markets, where they can find fresh meat, fish and vegetables, as well as other household needs. There are many sari-sari stores. Talisay City and the Tabunok area also serve as the commercial area for municipalities south of the city, being the southern gateway to Cebu City. Transport Talisay City, its citizens and its surrounding barangays have benefited from the construction of the South Road Properties project, which is a 6-lane coastal highway from downtown Cebu City to the town of Minglanilla, with several exits in between, many of which serve several areas of Talisay. Because of this highway, traffic, which has always been a problem for the inhabitants in the past few years for this area, has been greatly reduced, making the city a popular zone for housing once more, as it was in the early 70s and 80s. In 2016 Talisay City Council expressed support for the proposed Light Rail Transit (LRT) project in Cebu.[9] Education • 20 Elementary schools (Private & Public) • 12 Public secondary schools • 8 Private secondary schools • 3 Colleges • 5 Kindergartens • 5 Seminaries Culture] Churches and shrines Roman Catholic churches: • Archdiocesan Shrine of St. Teresa of Avila • St. Joseph the Worker • St. Isidore the Farmer • Sto. Niño de Cebu • Our Mother of Perpetual Help • La Consolacion Parish – Recoletos • Archdiocesan Shrine of Jesus the Nazarene • Archdiocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Schoenstatt Other denomination churches: • Cirila Uy Sy Memorial • Lagtang Seventh-Day Adventist • Bulacao Seventh-Day Adventist • Talisay First Assembly of God • Living Word Christian Churches of Cebu International • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Tourism Attractions in Talisay include: • Aqua Cainta • Crocolandia • The Igutan Cave • Sta. Teresa de Avila Church • Lagundi Reef • Sealights • Talisay City Butterfly Park • Talisay Liberation Park • Villa Teresita Festivals • 12 January • Talisay City Charter Day • 26 March • American Landing Anniversary – a parade and re-enactment from the Armed Forces and war veterans highlight the yearly celebration to honor and remember the American and Filipino soldiers who liberated the province of Cebu from the hands of the Japanese. • 16 August • Founding Day – the city commemorates its Foundation day celebration with a series of week-long cultural sports and other events • 15 October • Fiesta Sa Talisay – the city celebrates its annual fiesta in honor of St. Teresa of Avila, the city's patroness. • Halad Kang Santa Teresa– an offering of thanksgiving in the form of dance by local Talisaynons and pilgrims to pay homage to St. Teresa of Avila. People from all walks of life flock to the city to dance, offer thanksgiving, and join the merriment. • Inasal Festival – lechon inasal is served in every resident's banquet. The festival is a showcase of lechons in various costumes and decorations.

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