Bria Homes, an affordable property developer, is set to turn over more than 6,500 brand-new units to homeowners by the end of the year.
Recently recognized by the 2021 Real Estate Asia Awards for being ‘Affordable Housing Developer’ and ‘Open Space Development of the Year,’ Bria on track to providing ordinary Filipinos access to high-quality affordable homes in safe and secure communities nationwide.
It acknowledges the fast-evolving need for housing in the suburban areas. With an eye on Filipino property seekers who are looking to move out of the metropolis but want to stay close enough to it, Bria is accelerating plans to build more house-and-lot units and midrise residential projects in the country.
As in previous turnovers of its residential units, new homeowners will find that Bria communities are safe, secure, environment friendly and have readily adapted to the digital space—plus factors for families, professionals, entrepreneurs and learners.
Bria’s reliable internet connections and the digitalization of its services made it the ‘home of choice’ for tech-savvy millennials, OFWs’ families and telecommuters. They are assured of ease of bills payments through e-wallets. Homeowners can also remit amortization fees through banking partners.
To make life easier for residents, Bria established Sentro—a community hub that features a health center, day care center, senior citizen center and barangay center. Recreational facilities include a multi-function hall, tranquil green spaces, basketball courts and children’s playgrounds.
Residents will be delighted to know that all Bria communities are located near essential destinations such as hospitals, banks, groceries and other retail establishments.
Guarded entrances and exits, CCTV coverage, perimeter walls and solar lighting secure the premises 24/7.
Its efficient property management ensures the compliance of residents and personnel with health protocols such as social distancing at all times, regular sanitation in all common area, and proper handwashing. Community-related concerns are addressed by BRIA’s 24/7 digital customer relations management.
Red Rosales, president of Bria Homes, remains confident about the company being attuned to the housing needs of the times. “We’re seeing a movement towards the suburbs, where there is more breathing space and that’s where Bria is going, too,” he says.
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