Real estate now seen as best investment for OFWs

posted January 30, 2021 at 05:21 pm
by  Manila Standard Business
Overseas Filipino workers are considered the country’s modern-day heroes for a reason. They travel to distant places to work incredibly difficult jobs just to be able to make life better for their loved ones.

Bria’s stylishly designed and solidly-built houses and lots are considered worthy investments for overseas Filipino workers.
As they toil abroad, OFWs forego the joy of seeing their children grow and endure heart-rending loneliness most of the time.

It doesn’t end there. As OFWs send their dollar remittances to their families, they help keep the Philippine economy afloat. These hardworking Filipinos—ranging from medical frontliners to domestic workers—have consistently sent billions of pesos back home.

Based on a report, in just 11 months they were able to send back $30 billion, spurring growth in their local economies in the process. It’s clear that OFWs have considerable spending power and many of them are now seeking wise and stable investments that can support them moving forward.

To this end, there are few better opportunities than those found in real estate. Due to the effects of the pandemic, property prices have been frozen for a significant period of time. This means that it is better to invest in real estate now, as it promises considerable return of investment down the road.

For lucrative property investments, one of the best options is Bria Homes. As a leading real estate developer, Bria Homes touts more than 50 housing projects all over the country, offering affordable house and lot units in safe and secure gated communities. They do this by staying true to their tried and tested Bria formula: Affordability (Mura) + Quality (Dekalidad) = A beautiful BRIA Home for Every Filipino.

Bria’s stylishly designed and solidly-built houses and lots are worthy investments for any OFW. With Bria Homes’ multiple locations nationwide, OFWs can choose to invest in a comfortable house close to their provincial hometown, a prospect that especially appeals to those who have been away for the longest time. Imagine OFWs coming home to roost once more and enjoy their retirement in familiar surroundings.

Finally, a Bria home can also serve as a permanent residence for OFWs’ families back in the Philippines. OFWs can be assured of their loved ones’ security as they lead full lives in beautiful homes situated in the Bria project of their choice. Bria’s wholesome and thriving communities feature a wide array of recreational facilities such as multipurpose halls, covered basketball courts, open spaces and children’s playgrounds.

Bria communities are also fully secured by perimeter fences, guarded ‘entrances and exits’, 24/7 CCTV coverage and eco-friendly solar lights that keep the streets illuminated at night.

Apart from all these benefits, investing in BRIA Homes offers financially savvy OFW investors a steady stream of passive income. Purchasing ready-for-occupancy units at Bria and then leasing these out while working abroad create a reliable, low-maintenance source of income with very little risk.

Red Rosales, president of Bria Homes, affirms that money invested in BRIA is well spent. “We have built our reputation and earned the trust of many by always having the best interests of our homeowners at heart. We guarantee a substantial return of their investment as passive income or assure them of a safe haven for their family,” he says.

Bria Homes is a subsidiary of Golden MV Holdings Inc., one of the largest real estate companies in the country.

Topics: Bria Homes , lucrative property investments , real estate , Red Rosales
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