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Camella Molino Bacoor near Makati City, Taguig City, Paranaque City, and Las Pinas City

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Camella Molino / Bacoor near Makati City, Paranaque City, Taguig City, and Las Pinas City

A Spanish-Mediterranean inspired development located in Bayanan Molino, bacoor, Cavite.

The Project Concept
Camella Molino is a five-hectare development of less than 300 single-attached two-storey homes
and twin homes for families who are looking for strategic place to stay and settle down.

Camella Homes Molino combines perfect location, accessibility, and affordability.

Features and Amenities 
Open Spaces
Clubhouse
Parks & Playground
Commercial Area
Fully fenced
Entrance gate with 24-hour security
Underground drainage system
Meralco-supplied electrical system
Individual septic tanks, water & electricity

Land Development
August 2008 to December 2008

House Construction
January 2009 onwards

House turnover
June 2009 onwards

Rina



Property Type: Single Firewall

Features: 2 Bedrooms, 1 Toilet & Bath

Floor Area: 40 sq. m. (430 sq. ft.)

Min. Lot Area: 201 sq. m. (2,163 sq. ft.)

Location: Camella Molino Subdivision, Bayanan, Molino, Bacoor, Cavite

Status: NRFO *

Price starts at Php 4,072,946

* NRFO = For Construction; RFO = Constructed


House Model:Rina
Location:Camella Molino Subdivision, Bayanan, Molino, Bacoor, Cavite
Floor Area:40 sq. m.
Lot Area:201 sq. m.
Total Contract Price:4,072,946
SAMPLE COMPUTATION
Option 1: No Down, No Interest (2 years to pay)
Reservation Fee:30,000
Balance After Reservation Fee:4,042,946
Monthly Amortization (x 24 months):168,457
Option 2: Bank Financing
10% Downpayment:407,295
Reservation Fee:30,000
Balance of D/P After Reservation Fee:377,295
Monthly Amortization (x 12 month(s)):31,441
90% Bank Financing:3,665,651
Monthly Amortization
5 years:77,885
10 years:48,442
15 years:39,392
20 years (locally employed):35,375
Option 3: In-house Financing
Downpayment:407,295
Reservation Fee:30,000
Balance of D/P After Reservation Fee:377,295
Monthly Amortization (x 12 month(s)):31,441
Amount For In-house Financing:3,665,651
Monthly Amortization
5 years:95,090
10 years:68,428
Notes:
1) Monthly amortization should not exceed 30% of applicant's gross monthly income (for bank financing).
2) Price may change without prior notice.
3) Price updated as of: 2012-05-23 23:28:44
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ABOUT MOLINO:
The City of Bacoor (FilipinoLungsod ng Bacoor or Siyudad ng Bacoor) is a first class urban component city in the province of Cavite,Philippines. It is a lone congressional district of Cavite. A sub-urban area, the city is located approximately 15 kilometers southwest of Manila, on the southeastern shore of Manila Bay, at the northwest portion of the province with an area of 52.4 square kilometers. Bordered to the east by Las Piñas City and Muntinlupa City in Metro Manila, to the south is Dasmariñas, to the west are Kawit and Imus and to the north by Bacoor Bay an inlet of Manila Bay. Bacoor's is separated from Las Piñas by the Zapote River and from Imus and Kawit by Bacoor River.
Its location makes Bacoor the gateway to Metro Manila via the Manila-Cavite Expressway, which starts in Bacoor. The city is among the key areas and formerly one of the fastest growing municipalities in Cavite together with Imus and Dasmariñas, mainly because of their location. TwoSM malls are located in Bacoor. During weekdays many residents leave the district to go their places of work in the metropolitan areas such asManila and Makati cities.
According to the 2010 census of population conducted by the National Statistics Office, Bacoor has a population of 520,216 making it the second most populous community in the province after Dasmariñas. It also registered the highest average family income in Cavite in 1997 and 2000[citation needed].

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[edit]Districts and Barangays

Bacoor City is politically subdivided into 73 barangays with two legislative district namely, Bacoor West and Bacoor East, which is represented by the city council.
Bacoor West
  • Alima
  • Aniban 1
  • Aniban 2
  • Aniban 3
  • Aniban 4
  • Aniban 5
  • Banalo
  • Camposanto
  • Daang-Bukid
  • Digman
  • Dulong-Bayan
  • Kaingin
  • Habay 1
  • Habay 2
  • Ligas 1
  • Ligas 2
  • Ligas 3
  • Mabolo 1
  • Mabolo 2

  • Mabolo 3
  • Maliksi 1
  • Maliksi 2
  • Maliksi 3
  • Niog 1
  • Niog 2
  • Niog 3
  • Panapaan 1
  • Panapaan 2
  • Panapaan 3
  • Panapaan 4
  • Panapaan 5
  • Panapaan 6
  • Panapaan 7
  • Panapaan 8
  • Real 1
  • Real 2
  • Salinas 1
  • Salinas 2

  • Salinas 3
  • Salinas 4
  • San Nicolas 1
  • San Nicolas 2
  • San Nicolas 3
  • Sineguelasan
  • Tabing-Dagat (Poblacion/City Proper)
  • Talaba 1
  • Talaba 2
  • Talaba 3
  • Talaba 4
  • Talaba 5
  • Talaba 6
  • Talaba 7
  • Zapote 1
  • Zapote 2
  • Zapote 3
  • Zapote 4
  • Zapote 5 (Longos)
Bacoor East
  • Bayanan
  • Mambog 1
  • Mambog 2
  • Mambog 3
  • Mambog 4
  • Mambog 5
  • Molino 1
  • Molino 2
  • Molino 3
  • Molino 4
  • Molino 5
  • Molino 6
  • Molino 7
  • Queens Row Central
  • Queens Row East
  • Queens Row West

[edit]Economy

Bacoor has developed into a site of commerce. Trade, banking and service sectors are Bacoor's primary income earners. Commercial activities are sporadic throughout the city ranging from wholesale to retail establishments, restaurants and eateries, hardware and construction supplies and other service-related industries, especially those located in SM City Bacoor where it serves as the city's main income earner. The mostly residential area of Molino is also home to SM Center Molino at the corner of Molino Road and Daang Hari. The entrance area from the Coastal Roadto Aguinaldo Highway in Talaba and the area surrounding the Zapote Public Market (now the Bacoor Public Market) are other commercial centers. Bacoor has branches of 11 different commercial banks all over the city.

SM City Bacoor was opened on July 25, 1997, becoming the first SM Mall built in Cavite province and in Luzon outside Metro Manila.
Land use developments in Bacoor include a proposed industrial village in Barangay Niog which will include light cottage industries with supporting residential and commercial facilities. A vast track of land in Molino area, on the other hand, is envisioned to host residential, institutional and commercial facilities. Dubbed as the New Bacoor, the land use plan in Molino seeks to utilize the area not only as a dormitory for individuals who work in Metro Manila but also for people who have migrated to Bacoor in search of economic advancement. The proposed urban waterfront development, which will cover a portion of the reclaimed area of Manila Bay, will be the front door of the city linking Bacoor to Boulevard 2000. The area will include an integrated mix of residential, business, commercical, tourism and recreational facilities. The proposed expansion of the LRT (Light Rail Transit) to terminate in Bacoor, designed to ease the flow of traffic in major thoroughfares, is another major development.
Crops, the productive area of which has lessened to only 100 hectares while fishponds which likewise decreased to almost half of the original 760 hectares. Salt production, fishing, oyster and mussel culture, which are now being threatened to near extinction because of pollution and overpopulation, are the other sources of income of the residents. These industries are also threatened by the construction of the Manila-Cavite Coastal Road Extension which will directly affect the Bacoor shoreline. The construction is as yet unfinished, thus affecting traffic flow in and out of Bacoor and the whole province of Cavite, as the city serves as the gateway to the province. Very heavy traffic congestion is experienced by motorists due to unjustified traffic schemes, and poor and slow road maintenance especially during rush hours when most motorists travel in and out of the province to work in the nearby cities of Metro Manila. Bacoor is currently experiencing a rapid shift from an agriculture-based economy to a residential/commercial urban center.

[edit]Religion

Roman Catholicism is the dominant religion in Bacoor, mainly due to the influx of immigrants from other places, most notably from Metro Manila.
The original inhabitants of Bacoor are mostly members of the Philippine Independent Church or "Aglipayan Church". The Aglipayan church has a long and colorful history in the city. It is one of the first Catholic congregations in the Philippines to join the new movement and then Catholic Priest Father Fortunato Clemena became the first Aglipayan Priest, as well as the first Aglipayan Bishop of Cavite, through the Aglipayan Schism period. Most of the first members were Katipuneros headed by General Mariano Noriel who is also the first president of the laymen organization. Today the Aglipayanos have a magnificent Cathedral in honor of its patron saint, St. Michael, in the center of city. The Aglipayans which they are most commonly called run the Bacoor Parish School.
A significant population of Muslims (mostly middle-class Maranao traders and stallowners) is located around Zapote and Molino where local Mosques are located. A number of Christian denominations such as Born Again Christians - United Methodist Church and Jesus Is Lord Church are also located there.

[edit]Roman Catholic Churches on Bacoor

  • Holy Trinity Parish Church - San Nicolas 3
  • Nuestra Señora Dela Paz y Buen Viaje Parish Church - Addas 2 Subd., Molino 2
  • Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Parish Church - Citihomes Subd., Molino 4
  • Our Lady of Fatima Parish Church - Soldiers' Hills 4, Molino 6
  • Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parish Church - Perpetual Vill., Mambog 2
  • Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish Church - Area B, Queen's Row West
  • Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish Church - Salinas 1
  • San Lorenzo Ruiz Parish Church - Aniban 3
  • St. Martin de Porres Parish Church - Andrea Vill., Panapaan 6
  • St. Michael the Archangel Parish Church - Tabing-Dagat (Poblacion/City Proper)
  • Sto. Niño de Molino Parish Church - Bahayang Pag- asa, Molino 5

[edit]Education

A number of educational institutions are located within the vicinity of Bacoor. Some of these institutions are the following:
  • Academia de Julia Victoria of Cavite
  • AMA Computer Learning Center
  • Aniban Elementary School
  • Bacoor Sheperd School
  • Bacoor Parish School
  • Bacoor Elementary School
  • Bacoor Evangelical School
  • Bacoor National High School - Main
  • Bacoor National High School - Annex
  • Bacoor National High School - Villa Maria Annex
  • Bacoor National High School - Gawaran Annex
  • Bacoor Parochial School of St. Michael the Archangel Inc.
  • Bayanan Elementary School
  • Bearer of Light and Wisdom Colleges
  • Benedictine School of Cavite
  • Blessed Virgin Learning Center
  • Bristle Oak Academe
  • Casa De San Miguel Montessori School
  • Cavite Christian School
  • Cavite School of Life- Main Campus
  • Cavite School Of St. Mark
  • Child Development and Guidance Center
  • Crest View Academy of Cavite
  • Christian Values School
  • Crossroads Christian Academy
  • Diamond Academy
  • Divine Light Academy
  • Divine Jesus Learning Center, Inc. (Bahayang Pag-Asa, Molino V)
  • Eastern Bacoor National High School
  • Erica Learning Center
  • Gawaran Elementary School
  • Green Valley Academy
  • Graceland Academy
  • Gov. P.F. Espiritu Elementary School
  • Harrell Horne Integrated School
  • Higher Ground Academy
  • Immaculada Concepcion Colleges
  • Imus Computer College - Bacoor Branch
  • INA Internet Learning Center
  • International School of Hotel and Restaurant Management
  • John Paul Montessori School
  • Jubileum Academy of Bacoor
  • King Solomon Integrated School Inc.
  • KING JAMES ACADEMY - CAVITE, INC.
  • La Camelle School
  • Ligas Elementary School
  • Little Angels Montessori School
  • Little Angels Learning School
  • Love Christian Academy
  • Mabolo Elementary School
  • Maliksi Elementary School
  • Mambog Elementary School
  • Marvelous Faith Academy
  • Mother Theresa School - Main
  • Molino Elementary School
  • Newville Heights Academy
  • Niog Elementary School
  • Peak Hills School
  • Phoenix International School of Science and Technology
  • Progressive Elementary School
  • Queensville School Inc.
  • Quest Academy
  • Real Elementary School
  • Rochepol Jane Academy
  • Ruther E. Esconde Tutorial and Learning Center
  • School of St. Mark
  • Salinas Elementary School
  • Seven Seas Academy, Inc.
  • Statefields School, Inc.
  • STI College Bacoor
  • St. Alphonsus Liguori Integrated School
  • St. Clare De Molino Academy
  • St. Dominic College of Asia
  • St. Francis Institute Learning And Business High School Inc.
  • St. Francis of Assisi College - Bacoor
  • St. Jerome Emiliani Institute
  • St. John Fisher School
  • St. Matthew Academy Of Cavite
  • St. Michael's Institute
  • St. Peregrine Institute
  • St. Thomas More Academy
  • St. Vincent de Paul College
  • Talaba Elementary School
  • The Bearer of Light and Wisdom Colleges
  • Theresian School of Cavite
  • University of Perpetual Help System Dalta - Molino Campus
  • Victorious Christian Montessori - Bacoor
  • Woodridge College
  • Young Shepherd's School

[edit]History


The house that served as the headquarters of the Philippine revolutionary government in Bacoor, Cavite in 1898. (Today the house is still used by the heirs of the Cuenca family and it is not yet donated to the government to become public)
Some accounts indicate that the city of Bacoor, also named Bakood or Bakoor (named after "Fence" made of bamboo, Fence in Pilipino is "Bakod"), was founded in 1671. When Spanish troops arrived in "Bacoor", they met some local inhabitants in the process of building a fence around their house. The Spaniards ask the men what the name of the city was, but because of the difficulties in understanding each other, the local inhabitants thought that the Spaniards were asking what they were building. The men answered "Bakood". It was then pronounced in Spanish as "Bacoor" by the soldiers and was soon officially called "Bacoor".
Bacoor was also the site of the Battle of Zapote Bridge in 1899 which involved Philippine and American troops. It was during this battle that Gen. Edilberto Evangelista was killed.
In the aftermath of the Philippine Revolution which coincided with the declaration of the first Philippine independence on June 12, 1898, Bacoor was designated as the first capital of the Philippine Revolutionary government by Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo until it was transferred to Malolos, Bulacan. "Gargano" was then the revolutionary name assigned to Bacoor by Aguinaldo's revolutionaries.
During World War II, occupation troops from the Japanese Imperial armed forces entered the towns in Bacoor in 1942 during the Japanese Invasion. From 1942 to 1945, numerous Caviteño men and women joined the strong group of the recognized guerrillas under the Cavite Guerrilla Unit (CGU) and the Filipino-American Cavite Guerrilla Forces (FACGF) led by Colonel Mariano Castañeda and Colonel Francisco Guerero of the 2nd Infantry Regiment, FAGCF in the towns of Bacoor and arrival by the local Filipino soldiers under the ongoing 41st and the pre-war 4th and 42nd Infantry Division of the Philippine Commonwealth Army during the Japanese Occupation.
From January to August 1945 during the Allied Liberation, Filipino soldiers of the 4th, 41st and 42nd Infantry Division of the Philippine Commonwealth Army and the 4th Infantry Regiment of the Philippine Constabulary including the Caviteño guerrilla fighters of the Cavite Guerrilla Unit (CGU) and the 2nd Infantry Regiment of the Filipino-American Cavite Guerrilla Forces (FACGF) liberated and recaptured the towns in Bacoor and defeated the Japanese Imperial forces towards the end of World War II.