Bria, Pag-IBIG employees sign deal

Bria Homes Inc., a key player in the real estate industry, recently teamed up with DBP Service Corporation and Pag-IBIG Fund Employees Labor Association to provide special housing opportunities to eligible members of the two organizations. 

The move further affirms Bria’s resolve to ease the housing backlog of the country with its affordable and quality homes and fortifies its status as the “Pambansang Pabahay ng Pilipinas.”

Bria Homes Inc., DBP Service Corporation, Pag-IBIG Fund Employees

With over 50 projects nationwide, and with more projects and innovative product lines in the pipeline, Bria gives everyday Filipinos a chance to have their own homes—the foundation they need to foster a secure, productive, and fulfilling life for themselves and their families.

Attending the memorandum of understanding signing ceremony on Feb. 27 were Bria president and COO Red Rosales, Bria chief accountant Michelle Hernandez, administration head Shatriya Paredes, PAFELA head Rodorico Carullo and DBPSC senior executive vice president Edgar Chavez.

Under the alliance, Bria Homes, DBPSC and PAFELA will endeavor to make affordable and beautiful homes truly accessible for hardworking Filipinos all over the country.

Bria Homes is a subsidiary of Golden Bria Holdings Inc., considered the third largest real estate company in terms of market capitalization valued at more than P250 billion. One of the leading housing developers in the Philippines, Bria Homes is primed to bring quality and affordable house-and-lot packages and condominium units closer to ordinary Filipino families.

Topics: Bria Homes Inc. , DBP Service Corporation , Pag-IBIG Fund Employees Labor Association , Pambansang Pabahay ng Pilipinas
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