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6 Things You Might Not Know About Baguios and Benguets Local Real Estate

The Summer Capital of the Philippines has one of the most in-demand properties in the country.

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The Summer Capital of the Philippines has one of the most in-demand properties in the country. Almost everyone wants to have a share of the property in the highlands. As a result, this mountain resort city's booming real estate industry and its connecting provinces BLISTT (Baguio, La-Trinidad, Itogon, Sablan, Tuba, and Tublay) are rising. Most heavyweight developers around the country have now entered the province of Benguet, most especially Baguio.

There might be a few things that you might not know about the local real estate scene at Benguet, some of which might surprise you. Considering the mountainous and hilly geography of the area, including the temperate climate of the region. You will also discover that culture and tradition have also influenced the real estate scene of the part.

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