Bria offers RFO homes in Pampanga

posted October 31, 2020 at 07:40 pm
by  Manila Standard Business
Amid the threat of the deadly but unseen pandemic, people naturally seek stability and security at home with their loved ones. Many retreats into the safety of their homes—a place that serves as a buffer from the chaotic world outside.  

Bria offers RFO homes in Pampanga
Once the paperwork is done and payments are made, one can immediately move into a ready-for-occupancy unit at Bria Homes Magalang in Pampanga province.
More than six months into the pandemic, Filipinos have quickly adapted to a digital lifestyle. Most have gone into the work-from-home mode. Students are also coping with the challenges of distance learning. Families are opting for food and other essential goods delivered by online sellers.

The home is reclaiming its status as the center of every Filipino family’s life. With the distractions of modern living—shopping malls, entertainment and leisure hubs, the night scene—losing their allure, Filipinos are realigning their priorities. 

Instead of spending their hard-earned money on superficial pursuits, a great majority of them now aspire to invest in an affordable house and lot packages located in safe and secure residential communities.

This emerging market is what’s driving top housing developer Bria Homes to build more projects and make homeownership a reality for all Filipinos. With more than 50 projects already in place across progressive towns and cities in the Philippines, a Bria home is now considered their ‘home of choice’, not only for their aesthetically-designed houses but also for their wholesome and serene communities.

For prospective buyers in Central Luzon looking for a quick and easy way to move into brand-new houses, there’s Bria Homes in Magalang, Pampanga. Just 35 minutes away from Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone, Bria Homes Magalang offers affordable ready-for-occupancy house-and-lot packages.

Purchasing an RFO house in Bria Homes Magalang has distinct advantages. Once the paperwork is done and payments are made, one can immediately move into it. Its modern amenities like the multi-purpose hall, covered basketball court and the landscaped garden are already in place, and so are the security features like the perimeter fence, guarded entrance and exit and 24/7 CCTV coverage.

Once a member of a Bria community, homeowners benefit from its enhanced property management, which has been adapted to the needs of the times. Its responsibilities include enforcing government-mandated protocols in all its communities, including regular sanitation, social distancing, and promotion of frequent handwashing among homeowners and staff.

Assured by all this, families can happily settle into their new Bria home and enjoy the fresh country air and the tranquil setting that mark all Bria developments. Homemakers can plan the interiors and furnish these according to their needs.

A well-built RFO Bria home also makes for an incredibly smart investment. An owner can occupy it or have it leased out, creating a steady source of income.

“We understand that the need for housing remains an urgent concern for many Filipinos nationwide,” says Red Rosales, president of Bria Homes. “With scores of RFO homes available at our developments, we hope to see more Filipino families moving into affordable and comfortable dwellings in as fast a time as possible.”

Bria Homes is a subsidiary of Golden Bria Holdings, Inc., one of the largest real estate companies in the country.  Bria Homes is primed to bring quality and affordable house-and-lot packages and condominium units closer to ordinary Filipino families. This is the goal that drives every single employee in the company, for which the ultimate fulfillment is seeing a client happily moving into Bria homes.

Topics: coronavirus pandemic , Bria Homes , Red Rosales , Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone
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