Home of choice in the new normal

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By: Theresa S. Samaniego – @inquirerdotnetPhilippine Daily Inquirer / 04:22 AM August 22, 2020

Home investment has long been encouraged. When done right, it can help provide that sense of security and fulfillment apart from generating attractive returns.

Home investment, however, entails more than just betting one’s hard earned money on a particular piece of property, as every homebuyer must go through the process of meticulous planning, research and thorough review of the various property choices available in the market.

Today, there are several important considerations that homebuyers must keep in mind, especially amid the COVID-19 pandemic. As you invest your life savings in a home, you must ensure that it could serve as your sanctuary—a safe space that would allow you to thrive and remain productive despite unprecedented events like the COVID-19 pandemic. Amid the frenzied pace of today’s lifestyle, your home should also be able to help you navigate the new normal with much ease and comfort.

One developer who’s long been making sure that its residents would experience worry-free living is Bria Homes—a company built on the promise of empowering and enabling every hardworking Filipino by providing them affordable, decent homes in safe, secure communities.

With more than 50 projects in progressive towns and cities across the country, Bria Homes has made it possible for many Filipinos to realize their dreams of having a home to call their own. To this day, it continues to expand its footprint across the country to help ensure that hardworking individuals will have access to an investment worthy home.

But what makes Bria Homes stand out in the sea of developments? What makes it the ideal investment of choice in this era of the new normal?

Bria Homes, for one, offers safe and secure communities that are ideal for raising a family. Its house-and-lot subdivisions are well-equipped with features such as guarded entrances, perimeter fences and 24/7 CCTV coverage, which are enough to give you a sense of security in these uncertain times.

Amid the rising number of COVID-19 cases, Bria Homes also implemented strict health protocols in all of its communities, which include regular disinfection of common areas and strong implementation of social distancing and sanitation measures.

And since the brand was created to serve the needs of the hardworking Filipino, Bria Homes has started and sustained a formula that would allow for an affordable yet high quality home investment. It offers flexible payment schemes and convenient payment methods either through Pag-IBIG fund or bank financing, ensuring that each Bria Home is attainable.

Since Bria Homes’ developments are strategically located in progressive towns and cities across the country, residents are assured to have easy and convenient access to various institutions, commercial establishments, major roads and highways—all of which are considered to be essentials in today’s new normal.

Moreover, its beautifully designed houses and the reliable services provided by its well-trained staff afford one that much needed security, comfort and worry-free living experience. Bria Homes also offers residents the luxury of being able to expand their spaces depending on their needs. Its modern amenities and recreational facilities such as multi-purpose halls, jogging paths, playground and green open spaces meanwhile provide avenues for leisure and recreation.

To further demonstrate its strong resolve to help more Filipinos achieve their dreams, the company strengthened its digital presence and utilized the power of technology to aid homebuyers in the process of acquiring their Bria Homes. It boosted its digital efforts to accommodate the needs of its present and future homeowners. It offers online reservations and payments, and holds digital open-house events, live selling and virtual tours of its projects.

Indeed, Bria Homes remains a reliable partner of every homebuyer in search of a safe and secure community.

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