Consistency and commitment have defined property developer Bria Homes’ efforts to provide Filipino families with high-quality, yet affordable housing all over the Philippines.
To deliver the brand of stylishly modern and affordable houses and lots to more Filipino families, Bria continues to expand its portfolio of strategically-located housing developments nationwide.
Bria Homes announced the completion of ten new residential projects in key locations: Magalang (Pampanga) and Norzagaray (Bulacan) in Central Luzon; General Trias (Cavite), Trece Martires (Cavite), Calamba (Laguna) and San Pablo (Laguna) in South Luzon; General Santos (South Cotabato), Dumaguete (Negros Oriental), Panabo (Davao) and Tagum (Davao) in the Visayas and Mindanao.
These ten new Bria sites give Filipinos access to communities close to their hearts. These are positive news for city dwellers who seek safer, more secure, and healthier environments to raise their families and for investors who foresee fresh revenue streams from the value appreciation of their properties.
Among the newly-rolled out locations in Central Luzon is Bria Homes in Magalang, Pampanga—a great choice for property seekers looking at affordable ready-for-occupancy house-and-lot packages. Bria Magalang, which is near Clark International Airport, offers a scenic view of the nearby Mount Arayat.
Situated south of Metro-Manila, Bria Homes in General Trias and Trece Martires in Cavite are located near thriving commercial centers that may provide ample opportunities to business start-ups.
Bria Calamba in Laguna boasts of heritage sites and popular hot spring resorts; retail establishments such as Mercado De Calamba, SM Calamba, and Puregold; schools such as Calamba City College, Liceo De Calamba and Bañadero National High School; and hospitals like Calamba Medical Center, St. John the Baptist Medical Center and Calamba Doctors Hospital.
Located in Barangay Bañadero, the 22-hectare project is a fine place for metro folks who want to trade stressful city life for Bria Calamba’s wholesome, placid and secure community.
Also in Laguna, Bria San Pablo is a 14-hectare housing development in the City of Seven Lakes.
Meanwhile, prospective homebuyers in Western Visayas will be happy to check out Bria Dumaguete in Negros Oriental. Situated in a city famous for rich culture and tourists attractions, Dumaguete is also home to the prestigious Siliman University.
The rest of completed projects are located in Mindanao’s boom city of General Santos and progressive Panabo and Tagum in Davao del Norte province. General Santos is known for its prosperous tuna fishing industry and for its agricultural produce such as corn, coconuts, and pineapples while BRIA Tagum and Panabo are both situated near major agro-tourism sites.
Thanks to the government’s “Build, Build, Build” projects, new infrastructure will make domestic travel even easier for current and future Bria homeowners. With Bria communities offering both serenity and a lively lifestyle during the health crisis, the times augur well for both property seekers and clever investors.
Bria Homes provide superior recreational amenities to residents: lush, green spaces, multipurpose halls, playgrounds, and covered basketball courts. Security is also a top priority at Bria, where guarded entrances and exits, 24/7 CCTV coverage, and solar lights help keep everyone safe.
Bria communities have long adapted to the digital domain, with a stable internet connection ensuring easy access to Bria’s 24/7 online customer relations management.
Above all, Bria is the home of choice for Filipinos looking for a sturdy, well-designed but affordable dwellings.
Red Rosales, president of Bria Homes, expresses great optimism over the company’s continued expansion. “We envision a day where all Filipinos will have access to a Bria community, enjoying the comfort, peace, and quiet it offers no matter what the future may bring,” he says. “For now, we excitedly welcome Bria’s prospective homeowners to our newly completed developments and look forward to further expansion through the years.”
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