FOR a lot of Filipinos, having their own home is the ultimate achievement — the best reward for all their hard work.
Today, as Filipino families adapt to unprecedented changes brought about by the pandemic, the home has assumed an even more vital role in their everyday lives. It is no longer just a place of refuge; it has become an environment for learning and for work or business. More than ever, there is a need for well-designed homes with ample spaces, situated in safe and secure communities.
Fortunately, Bria Homes, a real estate developer in the Philippines, recognizes this need, consistent with its promise of providing affordable houses and lots to all Filipinos. Bruia Homes has, in fact, expanded its portfolio of housing developments to accommodate more Filipinos as they continue to look for dwellings that best suit their needs in these difficult times.
One such Bria project is their soon to launch vertical villages, a cluster of midrise residential condominiums for young aspirational Filipinos and small families who wish to embark on a bright future early on. Dubbed the future of condo living, these vertical villages offers amenities formerly unheard of in economical vertical spaces such as a communal clubhouse with function halls, swimming pools and spacious play areas, and complete gym facilities.
Prospective homebuyers will also be delighted to know that the leading housing developer will also launch BRIA Cityville, a series of smaller pocket developments located in Montalban, Rizal, and Danao, Cebu.
Prospective homeowners may visit www.bria.com.ph for 360 virtual tours and inquiries — or visit the Bria Facebook page at facebook.com/BriaHomesInc for additional information.