MASS HOUSING developer Bria Homes is bullish on Laguna, where it sees demand for “superior quality but affordable homes.”
The Bria Homes has six property developments in the province, one each in Calauan, Sta. Cruz, San Pablo, and Alaminos, and two in Calamba.
“Laguna, one of the most progressive provinces south of the metro, has long been considered a prime residential location, thanks to its proximity to Metro Manila,” the company said, adding the province’s growing business and employment opportunities is a big draw.
Bria Homes Calamba, located in Brgy. Bañadero, offers 2,556 units on a 33-hectare property. Bria Homes Calamba Executive, located in Brgy. Majada Out, will have 1,269 units on 17 hectares of land.
In Calauan, Bria Homes has a 12-hectare property in Brgy. Mabacan that offers 1,401 units. “Its strategic location along the Calauan-San Pablo Highway makes it a nice investment for future homeowners,” the company said.
Bria Homes Sta. Cruz features 1,359 units on an 11-hectare land along the Calumpang-Sta. Cruz road in Brgy. San Jose.
The property developer also launched a 19-hectare project in San Pablo which offers 2,503 units. In Alaminos, Bria Homes unveiled a 10-hectare project with 1,191 residential units.
Bria Homes has affordable housing options, ranging from rowhouses, townhouses, and single firewalls. Prices start from P500,000 for a rowhouse to P1.5 million for a single firewall house.
Each subdivision has a covered basketball court, landscaped gardens, parks, and playgrounds.
Bria Homes is a subsidiary of Golden Bria Holdings, Inc., a listed real estate company. In the first quarter of this year, Golden Bria reported its net profit climbed 68% to P402.2 million, driven by a 52% increase in revenues to P1.79 billion.
First quarter real estate sales went up 53% to P1.75 billion, which was attributed to a “significant” jump in residential unit sales for Bria Homes, and rising sales of memorial lots for Golden Haven.