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Where a community feels like a sanctuary

You don’t simply live in a house and call it a home or reside in a neighborhood and consider it a sanctuary. 

According to a residential community developer, to be happy and at peace, a resident needs to feel safe and secure, and have a sense of belonging to a place where neighbors have each other’s back and care for each other’s well-being.

Mass housing developer Bria Homes takes pride in its high-quality affordable homes built in friendly and welcoming communities where families thrive. 

LIVING A GOOD LIFE. According to a mass housing developer, a resident needs to feel safe and secure, as well as have a sense of belonging to a place to be truly happy and at peace. 
The Golden Bria Holdings, Inc. subsidiary says it ensures each development has features that spurs its homeowners to engage in camaraderie. For instance, all communities are eco-friendly, with lush green spaces that allow residents to live amidst an abundance of trees and to chill—on their own or with newfound friends. Recreational amenities such as covered basketball courts are found in all developments.

Perimeter fences and a guarded entrance ensure security.

Another vital feature in each of its communities is proximity to key locations. Residents are assured they are never too far from educational and religious institutions, hospitals, business districts, retail establishments, and major roads and highways.

In addition to facilities and amenities, good life goes on with the help from well-trained and courteous personnel that are on call for residents’ needs and requirements. 

Each unit boasts superior quality construction, with highly skilled engineers and architects ensuring the timely delivery of units that are built to last for a long time. 

Living in such community has become more accessible to more aspiring homeowners as the developer offers condominium and house and lot units at affordable prices. 

“Bria Homes crafted its winning formula: Affordability + Superior Quality = a beautiful Bria Home for Every Filipino,” it said in a statement.

Residential community developer Bria Homes provides its residents with green spaces and recreational amenities that promote camaraderie, and perimeter fences and guarded entrances to ensure safety and security. 
 

House and lot prices range from P480,000 to P1.5 million, while condominium units are priced from P1.5 million to P1.8 million. A unit costs as low as P1,897 per month. 

The mass housing developer offers easy payment schemes such as Pag-IBIG funding or bank financing. 

Bria has over 50 projects across some of the country’s most progressive towns and cities, all proud to be foster a strong sense of community. 

In Luzon, there are developments in Mariveles and Hermosa in Bataan; Urdaneta, Pangasinan; Paniqui, Tarlac; San Fernando and Magalang in Pampanga; Plaridel, Sta. Maria, Norzagaray, and San Jose Del Monte in Bulacan; Teresa, Baras, and Binangonan in Rizal; General Trias, Trece Martires, and Indang in Cavite; Calamba, Sta. Cruz, San Pablo, Calauan, Alaminos, and Bay in Laguna; Lipa and Balayan in Batangas; and Pili, Iriga, and Naga in Camarines Sur.

In Visayas, Bria has made homes accessible in Calbayog, Samar; Ormoc, Leyte; and Dumaguete, Negros Oriental. 

Finally, in Mindanao, its communities are thriving in Cagayan De Oro, Balingasag, and Gingoog in Misamis Oriental; Manolo Fortich and Valencia in Bukidnon; Tagum, Maco, and Panabo in Davao Del Norte; Carmen, Davao City, and Digos in Davao Del Sur; General Santos, South Cotabato; and Kidapawan, North Cotabato.

Call 0966-2775944 or go to its social media pages for more information.

Topics: Golden Bria Holdings Inc. , Bria Homes , mass housing
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