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Lumina Cabanatuan | Property Investment Made Easy for Every Juan.

I've always associated Cabanatuan with longganisa, mostly because of veteran actress Gina Pareno. In the 2006 hit movie "Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo" which starred Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo, Gina Pareno took the role of Nanay Belita, Judy Ann's mother, who is a "politicians" (a barangay councilor, to be exact) and a "businesswoman" (she makes and sells homemade butotay, aka Cabanatuan longganisa). This is one of the few Filipino movies that I truly enjoyed watching, and the terms "politicians", "Bronson", and "butotay" have been etched in my memory ever since.

Photo credit: Ang Sarap.

Cabanatuan is located in the province of Nueva Ecija, and is known as the "Gateway to the North" because it is strategically placed along the Cagayan Valley Road that connects Central Luzon to Cagayan Valley and the Ilocos Region. The city has also earned the moniker of "Tricycle Capital of the Philippines" because of the presence of more than 30,000 motorized tricycles, aka the taxi of the masses. 

A first class and highly urbanized city, Cabanatuan takes pride in being the economic heart of Nueva Ecija. It is home to a number of banks and financial institutions, including a branch of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas. Investors from different industries - motor vehicles, retail, food (this probably includes butotay!) energy, IT and business services, to name a few - have been flocking to Cabanatuan even before the pandemic started, making it one of the most competitive cities in the Philippines in terms of doing business. As such, real estate has also been booming in Cabanatuan, with Lumina as one of the key players in the industry. 

If living in the metro no longer seems appealing to you, and countryside living seems like an alluring, more lucrative, perhaps an even more practical option for you and your family, you might want to consider investing in a property in Cabanatuan City. Lumina Cabanatuan is your best bet when it comes to property investment in Cabanatuan City, and there are several reasons why. Here are some of them:


Strategically located in the heart of Cabanatuan City, Lumina Cabanatuan is a mere 6-minute drive from the city proper.  This 15 hectare subdivision is also easily accessible to major establishments such as schools, hospitals, banks, malls, public markets, supermarkets, and transport terminals. Some of these are Waltermart and SM City Cabanatuan, Sangitan Public Market, Cabanatuan High School, and Weslayan University and Weslayan University Hospital. 

Cabanatuan Freedom Park.
Photo credit: Marc7travels

Tourist attractions are also in close proximity to Lumina Cabanatuan. Popular travel and leisure destinations in the city include Gabaldon Falls, Minalungao National Park, Camp Pangatian War Memorial Shrine, Cabanatuan Freedom Park, and Khaliblu Palace - a quirky Persian and Egyptian-inspired hotel.


Lumina takes pride being the most affordable housing developers in the Philippines today. With over 51 developments in key locations across the country, Lumina has made the dream of owning his/her own home a reality for every Juan.

Lumina homes are built of high-quality materials and cost from Php 500,000 to Php 1,700,000. If qualified by Pag-IBIG Fund as a “low-income earner,” a buyer can pay for as little as Php 1,898 a month at 3% interest for a brand new home in a safe and secure Lumina community.

Take a look at what could be your new home in Lumina Cabanatuan.

Lumina Aimee Rowhouse

Inside the Aimee unit.

The Aimee Rowhouse is a good unit to start with if you're living solo or perhaps a newlywed couple. This 26 meter home has one bedroom and one bath, and sits on a regular 36 meter lot. 

Lumina Angelique Townhouse.

Inside the Angelique unit.

For a family of three or four, the Angelique Townhouse fits the bill. This 35 square meter home sits on a regular 36 meter lot, and has two bedrooms, one bath, and a carport provision.

Armina Single Firewall.

Inside the Armina unit.

Bigger families will find the Armina Single Firewall spacious and more to their liking, as this 42 square meter home has three bedrooms, one toilet and bath, a carport provision, and a service area as well.


Aside from the property itself, you also get to enjoy several amenities in the Lumina Cabanatuan community. Lumina developments are part of masterplanned communities that come complete with amenities like a community hall, basketball court, mini gardens and playground, and commercial areas.


Basketball court.


Lumina believes that by building in accessible locations close to major thoroughfares, transport hubs, schools, hospitals, and business and leisure centers, it not just builds a self-sustaining community, it also provides every Juan the pride of homeownership.

Is Lumina Cabanatuan the one for you and your family? Get in touch with Lumina through their official website or their social media pages.

10 replies:

Jen Chua said...

Love Lumina Homes designs!

Stephanie said...

It looks like this has a great variety of options. And it doesn't hurt to have amenities in the area, too, like the playground.

Tweenselmom said...

Looks like a lovely place! The house is spacious and I can definitely dream of living here with my family someday.

Mommy Erika Jane said...

Such a nice place! Ganda ng location nila.

Mommy Erika Jane said...

Ganda ng location nila :)

Journaling Mom said...

Looks like a very good option!

Emiliana said...

It is great that Lumina offers home design options and also looks into the security of homeowners in the communities they develop. said...

seems like with Lumina, it is really a wise investment for the family

mom's shout out said...

good location and I love he design

House and Lot Philippines said...

This is a great strategic location! Well done!