Bria Homes, one of the country’s leading housing developers, is joining the National Real Estate Association’s 26th National Convention—a virtual event organized jointly with the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development on June 16 and 17, 2022.
NREA secretary-general and overall convention chairperson Ma. Ysolde Flores Prado said the online convention is part of a series of on-ground and online activities that the NREA mapped out for members and other industry stakeholders.
Bearing the theme “Real Estate: Roaring Into 2022 and Beyond”, the convention will hold virtual consultations on real estate concerns and seek solutions to housing issues.
Stakeholders will present forecasts and outlook on the real estate industry and a proposed roadmap on addressing the housing backlog.
Participants will gain a deeper perspective on the real estate market—how it works, how it affects prices, the demand and supply of residential and commercial developments, the impact of government laws in the real estate industry and a general picture of what the future holds for the national housing industry.
It expects the attendance of a multitude of real estate practitioners who will receive continuing professional development credits that are necessary for the renewal of their licenses or accreditation in the case of brokers, consultants, appraisers and sales persons.
Joining the event are the real estate developers such as Bria Homes, one of NREA’s convention sponsors and partners. Bria is also participating in NREA’s trade exhibits on July 1 to 3.
Bria says with the economy well on its way to post-pandemic recovery, it is seizing the opportunity to reach out to a vast market of aspiring Filipino homeowners at the on-ground activity—including casual walk-ins and passersby—and offer them its viable housing options in fifty-plus residential projects nationwide.
Homebuyers can check out Bria Homes’ superior-quality, well-designed house models and state-of-the-art amenities.
NREA and Bria Homes hope to encourage Filipinos to pursue their dream of homeownership because it is within their reach—financing institutions and trusted real estate developers will make it happen for them.
“Bria Homes is excited to be a part of NREA’s national convention and upcoming real estate activities, because we know these initiatives bring us closer to providing viable homes for every Filipino family,” said Bria Homes division dead Eduardo Aguilar.