BRIA Homes Recognized by Pag IBIG as One of the Top Developers in Mindanao

Award-winning residential property developer BRIA Homes recently received yet another recognition, this time from stakeholders in the Home Development Mutual Fund (Pag-IBIG Fund), citing BRIA as one of the top developers in Mindanao for the year 2022. It was the year BRIA rolled out its affordable housing projects in the progressive south, specifically BRIA Homes Tagum in Davao del Norte; BRIA Homes Manolo Fortich in Bukidnon; and BRIA Homes Digos in Davao del Sur.

BRIA Mindanao Operations Head Ivy Provido was visibly excited to receive the award on behalf of the developer, saying, “This recognition validates BRIA Homes’ consistent efforts to raise the bar in the affordable housing sector. Now, aspiring homeowners who want to settle down in this picturesque region stand to benefit from the trademark lifestyle of comfort and security that BRIA offers.

During the ceremony held earlier this month, Provido acknowledged the value of receiving an award from the Pag-IBIG Fund, with whom BRIA has enjoyed great synergy through the years. “These institutions have always shared the vision of providing quality housing to ordinary Filipinos,” she said. “While we continue to be inspired by this collaboration, we are first and foremost proud to be recognized by them.”

The Pag-IBIG Fund is a government-owned-and-controlled corporation with the mandate of providing affordable housing loans and other financing options to Filipinos so they may acquire the homes of their dreams.

Prospective BRIA homeowners and investors may also avail of BRIA’s cashless transactions for reservation and amortization payments through BRIA’s bank partners: Maybank, BDO, Unionbank, PNB, Security Bank, RCBC, Robinsons Bank, and Metrobank. E-wallet services like GCash, Paymaya, Shopee Pay, and All Easy are likewise available. Finally, they can reserve a house online through


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