The new, or current, state of life has had us constantly adjusting just to fit in and survive. Businesses transition into what the society needs, shifting focus and providing ways to alleviate the difficulties we’re facing.
When something you rely on adjusts and helps you adjust, this oft-used and oft-dreaded “new normal” term seems to be a little more welcomed.
For instance, affordable residential developer Bria Homes boasts features and services that make it more accessible for Filipinos to own a home even during a pandemic.
The Golden Bria Holdings subsidiary has boosted its digital efforts including online reservations and payments to enable housing-related transactions push through despite movement restrictions.
Throughout the pandemic it has held digital open-house events, live selling, and virtual tours of its project areas to assist aspiring homeowners in their search for safe and secure communities.
In the heart of the digital-centric service are the developer’s well-trained staff members attending to existing homeowners and prospective clients’ concerns and inquiries through the Customer Care Department.
It also helps that the developer has flexible payment schemes—via Pag-IBIG funding and bank financing—for its more than 50 projects across progressive towns and cities in the country.
To ensure health and safety of the neighborhood, Bria said all its communities comply with health protocols such as regular disinfection of common areas, social distancing, and promoting proper hand-washing and sanitation among its residents and staff.
Security, meanwhile, is assured by guarded entrances and exits, perimeter fences, and 24/7 CCTV coverage.
Bria boasts well-designed, budget-friendly house and lot packages, complete with dining and kitchen areas, living room, a toilet and bath, spacious bedrooms, and provisions for space expansion.
Amenities for homeowners include multi-purpose halls, jogging paths, playgrounds, and open green spaces.
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