In a bid to expand beyond the densely populated National Capital Region, a mass housing developer focuses on building residential communities in key cities outside Metro Manila.
To meet the demand for affordable and sturdy homes, Bria Homes, the subsidiary of Golden Bria Holdings, Inc., is expanding in Visayas and Mindanao.
According to the mass housing developer, of its more than 50 projects in the country, a large number of it is located in the progressive south.
In Visayas, Bria Homes can be found in Samar, Leyte, and Negros Occidental. In Mindanao, it has built communities in Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental, Bukidnon, Davao del Norte, Davao del Sur, South Cotabato, and North Cotabato. More developments are currently in the pipeline.
Bria Homes has provided homes for a lot of Filipinos by combining affordability and superior quality.
A unit is sold for as low as P1,897 per month and is offered at convenient payment schemes such as Pag-IBIG and bank financing.
Aside from the affordability of its homes, Bria takes pride in its communities’ strategic location. Residents of its residential properties are ensured they are near key establishments such as schools, hospitals, business districts, commercial establishments, and major roads and highways.
Families can also take delight in each development’s amenities such as eco-friendly spaces and basketball courts.
Guarded entrances, 24-hour security, and perimeter fences also ensure their safety and security. Well-trained and courteous service staff is on hand for maintenance issues.
In addition to house and lot packages, the developer also offers condominium units.
Bria promises all its developments feature contemporary designs and cleverly laid-out interior spaces for the varying needs of Filipino households.
Call 0966-277-5944 for more information.
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