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BRIA Homes Offers Viable Housing Options Outside Metro Manila


People have long held the notion that success means making it big in metropolitan cities. This has been so ingrained in their minds that through the years, legions of Filipinos have lefttheir hometowns to find better opportunities in the metropolis. That is, until a global health crisis upended their lives, for good or for ill


For some Filipinos, adapting to the pandemic’s post-2020 landscape has been painfully challenging but most have handled this with such remarkable resilience that joy and optimism prevail over their anxieties. For one, with quarantine protocols changing the way people live and work, an increasing number of so-called ‘probinsyanos are heading back to the provinces to reclaim the idyllic lifestyles they once had. And by a twist of circumstances,jaded cityfolk are following suit.


Indeed, as constantly evolving technologysupports flexible work and study arrangements, more and more Metro-Manila residents are moving to the suburbs or even farther in the countryside. Out there, wide-open, tranquil spaces ensure compliance with safety measuresas they ride out the pandemic.


The Philippine real estate industry is, of course, casting its sights on this growing market—with BRIA Homes enjoying a strategic advantage. Having committed to providing all Filipinos with stylish, comfortable, and affordable dwellings, leading property developer BRIAHomes now counts more than fifty projects across the country. This has serendipitously given BRIA an enormous headstart in offering property seekers prime residential locations outside the Metro.


To date, BRIA offers a wide array of affordable house and lot packages in the nearby provinces of Cavite and Laguna; down south in Negros, Misamis Oriental, Bukidnon, Leyte, Samar, Davao del Norte, Davao del Sur, North Cotabato, and South Cotabato; and up north in Bulacan, Pampanga, Tarlac, and Pangasinan. BRIA also has finely developed residential communities in Rizal and Bataan.


With the government’s continuous work on new infrastructure, travel time between towns and cities in the provinces is drastically reduced, prodding home seekers to restart their lives in BRIA’s healthier environs. 


Still, BRIA Homes believes that their communities’ proximity to key destinations such as schools, hospitals, churchesand commercial establishments remains a coveted feature, as does their access to major roads and highways.


BRIA likewise assures all its residents and homeowners of security and protection throughperimeter fences, guarded entrances and exits,24/7 CCTV coverage, and solar lighting at nightAmenities such as children’s parks and playgrounds, basketball courts, and multipurpose halls promote sense of community among them.


And to encourage efficient and hassle-free transactions—such as remittances and amortization payments—between BRIA and its homeowners, property management suggests availing of digital options through the company’s partner banks such as Maybank, BDO, Unionbank, PNB, Security Bank, RCBC, and Metrobank. For contactless and cashless orders and payments, trusted e-wallets GCash, Paymaya, and All Easy may be utilized. 


Finally, prospective buyers are advised to check out BRIA Homes’ various house models through its 360 Virtual Tours in They may also attend digital open-house events and live-selling. Online inquiries may be done through BRIA’s Facebook page at 



BRIA Homes is a subsidiary of GOLDEN MV Holdings, Inc., one of the largest real estate companies in the country. BRIA Homes is primed to bring quality and affordable house and lot packages and condominium units closer to ordinary Filipino families. This is the goal that drives every single employee in the company, for which the ultimate fulfillment is seeing a client happily moving into BRIA’s homes.


To know more, visit their website at, like and follow “Bria Homes, Inc.” on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, Spotify, Viber Community, Telegram

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