Leading property developer BRIA Homes will soon see the rise of its vast residential enclave in Balingasag, a laidback coastal municipality in Misamis Oriental, a province in Northern Mindanao.
Balingasag has more going for it than its picturesque tourist attractions and friendly, welcoming people. To date, the charming little town is poised to join the UNESCO World Heritage List due to its collection of colonial buildings that co-exist with indigenous Mindanaoan architecture. It is a distinct honor for Balingasag, to be sure, as it shows both modern economic growth and a justifiable pride in its Hispanic past.
The ongoing land development at the site of BRIA Homes Balingasag already augurs well for prospective Filipino homeowners and investors who are well-advised to check out the project, which is currently in pre-selling mode.
Its future residents may choose from BRIA Homes’ recently launched house models, Elena and Elyana xE, which are upgraded editions of BRIA’s rowhouse units, and the two-story Bettina. All Elena and Elyena xE units have bedroom partitions, ceramic floor tiles in common living areas, tiled walls in the toilet and bath, a dual flush water closet, a telephone shower, and a bidet.
BRIA Homes Balingasag likewise offers aspiring homebuyers access to public transport options, even as upgrading of roads in the vicinity promises ease of travel for them and Balingasag locals.
Infrastructure and commercial projects are also in progress: the Balingasag-Pelaez-Impakibil Provincial Road, a 15.88-kilometer road that connects Baliwagan in Balingasag to Bulawayo in Claveria; the construction of the Balingasag Thermal Plant that aims to supply energy in Cagayan de Oro and Northern Mindanao areas; and the Balingasag Food Market, a 21-million-peso project that will showcase the region’s agricultural and fish products.
Balingasag is, in fact, known for its bountiful harvest of tasty milkfish, which the town celebrates with an annual Lambangus Harvest Festival held at the Balingasag baywalk area.
Located at Barangay Linggagao, BRIA Homes Balingasag is near San Isidro National High School, Misamis Oriental Institute of Science and Technology, and Misamis Oriental Provincial Hospital. The white sandy beach of Del Carmen Beach Resort beckons to sun worshippers while Gaisano Capital promises convenient shopping for visitors and locals.
To top it all, BRIA Homes Balingasag is within convenient distance to Cagayan de Oro City and beautiful Camiguin Island.
For safety and privacy, BRIA Balingasag will be secured by perimeter walls, 24/7 CCTV coverage, a guarded entrance and exit, and LED lights in common areas of the community. Meanwhile, recreational facilities include a basketball court, parks, and a kiddie playground.
BRIA Homes Mindanao Division Head Rey Montoya encourages Misamis Oriental property seekers to start investing in pre-selling BRIA Balingasag house and lot units today. “Aspiring Filipino homeowners and investors, including returning OFWs and retirees,” he asserts, “will benefit not only from opportunities in the emerging boom town, but also from the steady value appreciation down the road.”
Montoya likewise points out that it has always been the aspiration of many Filipinos to finally have a home to call their own. “Purchasing a BRIA Balingasag house and lot unit will be the fulfillment of this dream,” he says.
Interested property buyers in Misamis Oriental can check out BRIA Homes Balingasag properties through virtual tours via the BRIA website, send inquiries through the official BRIA Facebook page (), or reserve a property online through the BRIA reservation page.