With the housing backlog still on a high scale despite the intensified efforts of concerned agencies and government institutions, a leading affordable-housing developer in the country is ready to lend its hand to solve the problem of the serious mass-housing backlog.

Bria Homes – touting a portfolio with 700 hectares of land in this country’s progressive towns and cities — is primed to launch more than 50 housing developments that will help reduce the mass-housing backlog currently being endured by regular Filipino citizens.

The company’s philosophy – to offer high-quality homes to all aspiring Filipino homeowners without the prohibitive costs and the complicated processes – is very much needed in solving the housing backlog.

Today, average Filipino families are given the opportunity to go after their dream house, thanks to the fastest-growing affordable housing developer in the country.

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You can now afford to have your dream two-story home only at BRIA Homes, the fastest growing mass-housing developer in the country today.

Bria Homes takes pride in the timely delivery of units with its rapid construction phase.
Provinces in Luzon such as Pangasinan (Urdaneta), Tarlac (Paniqui), Pampanga (Magalang and San Fernando), Bataan (Mariveles and Hermosa), Cavite (General Trias, Trece Martires, and Indang), Batangas (Balayan and Lipa), Bulacan (Plaridel, Malolos, Santa Maria, San Jose Del Monte, and Norzagaray), Rizal (Teresa, Binangonan, and Baras), Laguna (Calauan, Calamba, Sta. Cruz, San Pablo, Alaminos, and Bay), and Camarines Sur (Pili and Iriga) have all witnessed the rise of modern and fashionable homes designed for the everyday Filipino man and woman: Elena, a 22 sq. m unit on a 36 sq. m lot; Bettina, a 44 sq. m unit on a 36 sq. m lot; and Alecza, a 36 sq. m unit on a 81 sq. m lot.

Likewise, in Visayas and Mindanao, BRIA’s affordable housing options are the talk of the town. The provinces of Negros Oriental (Dumaguete), Samar (Calbayog), Leyte (Ormoc), Misamis Oriental (Cagayan de Oro, Balingasag, and Gingoog), Bukidnon (Manolo Fortich, Valencia), Davao del Norte (Tagum, Panabo, and Carmen), Davao del Sur (Davao City and Digos), North Cotabato (Kidapawan), and South Cotabato (General Santos City) are but a few of the cities and towns where BRIA communities have sprung up, fulfilling the aspirations of working-class folks to acquire their own homes for as low as P1,897 per month.

To foster goodwill and camaraderie among their residents, BRIA Homes features facilities such as covered courts, retail establishments, play areas for children, and special venues for events and recreation.

All of its communities will have access to business and commercial centers and shuttle service will enable residents to commute between any BRIA community and nearby destinations with ease and convenience.

BRIA Homes is a subsidiary of BRIA Holdings, Inc., considered the third largest real estate company in terms of market capitalization valued at more than P200 billion The fastest-growing mass housing developer in the Philippines, BRIA Homes is primed to bring affordable house-and-lot packages and condominium units closer to ordinary Filipino families.

To know more about BRIA Homes, call (0997) 725 0187, like “Bria Official” on Facebook, and follow “@TheBriaOfficial” on Twitter and Instagram.

 

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