Securing a home has become more crucial than ever.
For many Filipinos, long-term security begins with acquiring their own homes that provide everything that their families need—well-designed spaces for learning and work, access to transportation, proximity to essential locations, and recreational options.
To achieve this, one must make the wise choice of investing in property from Bria Homes—a leading real estate company in the Philippines. For Red Rosales, president of Bria Homes, there is no better time to do this than now.
“Every Filipino dreams of owning a home,” Rosales says. “Because of the uncertainties engendered by the pandemic, purchasing a superior-quality home that will last through the years remains a hardworking Filipino’s biggest aspiration.”
“Bria takes this to heart by offering Filipinos modern, well-built, and affordable house-and-lot packages located in safe and secure communities. This will afford them a greater sense of security and comfort because they know that properties are real and tangible assets that increase in value over time,” he says.
A Bria home is considered a worthy investment because of the services it offers that are attuned to the requirements of the times. For instance, its customer relations management team is accessible 24/7 via online platforms.
Because BRIA Homes clearly safeguards the welfare of residents, the latter can seek digital resolutions for various property-related concerns through the enhanced property management group.
Rosales says Bria’s future residents can expect reliable maintenance services for their units in the ensuing years. With the company’s reliable construction and engineering teams, dwellings are not only made of high-quality materials—they are designed for the long term.
With safety and security a more vital issue at this time, Bria communities have 24-hour CCTV coverage, guarded entrances and exits and perimeter fences. To keep the contagion away from communities, Bria management continues to enforce government-mandated protocols such as wearing of masks, social distancing, regular sanitation of community areas, and frequent hand-washing for BRIA residents and staff.
For all of BRIA’s investment-worthy features, aspiring homeowners are assured that buying a good-quality BRIA home is as easy as shelling out P2,994 a month through flexible payment schemes such as Pag-IBIG housing loans and bank financing.
This affirms the leading real estate developer’s winning formula: affordability, quality, and beautiful home for every Filipino.
As Bria Homes values the convenience of its community members, bills and amortization payments may be transacted online. All Bria communities have provisions for reliable Internet connections—considered a basic necessity in the new normal where face-to-face interactions are not encouraged.
Another viable option for investors is property rental. With many Filipino households in need of high-quality home, renting out a Bria Home can generate passive income. Family members that need to commute or drive to work will appreciate Bria’s access to public transport vehicles and major roads and highways. The rest of the household will enjoy proximity to retail centers, schools, hospitals, and churches.
All Bria communities have Sentro that has eco-friendly spaces with solar lights, multi-purpose halls, covered basketball courts, community center, and children’s playgrounds.
“We welcome all Filipinos, aspiring homeowners, and property investors alike, to the Bria family with confidence and enthusiasm,” Rosales says.
“As a leader in housing development, Bria has built over 50 communities in progressive towns and cities all over the country, with more projects in the pipeline. Soon, more Filipinos will ensure a solid future for their families and live safe and secure lives through Bria Homes,” he says.
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