Getting ahead of the curve

posted February 06, 2021 at 06:20 pm
by  Manila Standard
BRIA Homes is currently addressing the concerns of many Filipinos on the importance of shifting to work-from-home modes and online learning, with affordable condominium units and house-and-lot packages situated in communities where residents’ health and well-being are safeguarded.

Getting ahead of the curve

“Supply and demand curves for housing are at healthy levels, with an increase in investment demands from cities outside of Metro Manila,” said Red Rosales, president of BRIA Homes.

“Apart from wanting to fulfill their dream of owning a home, Filipinos  now look at property as smart investments for the long term.” \

BRIA Homes’ housing options include 24-square-meter condominium units (shown here), as well as stylish houses and lots like the 22-square-meter Elena, 36-square-meter Alecza, and the 44-square-meter Bettina.

Topics: BRIA Homes , condominium units , Red Rosales
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