Keeping homeowners safe in townships

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    All homes at BRIA communities are given access to the internet so that residents enjoy undisrupted connectivity.

    OWNING a house is just the first step to feeling at home. Beyond the four sturdy walls of a dwelling, there needs to be a sense of kinship that brings stability and peace of mind to every resident.

    Thus, being part of a community that prioritizes one’s needs and nourishes one’s growth can truly evoke the feeling of domestic contentment.

    With quarantine restrictions impairing their mobility to this day, many Filipino families continue to rely on online services for food delivery, groceries, distance learning, or working from home.

    The digital lifestyle keeps residents hooked to the internet at all times. In line with this, all homes at BRIA communities are given access to the internet so that residents enjoy undisrupted connectivity.

    BRIA Homes also has its own online avenues that residents can use. For community-related concerns, homeowners can reach out to BRIA’s 24/7 online Customer Relations Management (CRM) and expect easy resolutions. On top of this, paying for one’s monthly amortization can be done through various online channels such as online bank transfer, online Bayad Centers, and e-wallets such as AllEasy, PayMaya and G-cash.

    Health and safety continue to be top priorities at BRIA Homes especially during the pandemic.

    Regular cleaning and sanitization of all public spaces are enforced to ensure that residents are kept safe from community transmissions at all times.

    In terms of security, residents can sleep easy knowing that their communities have 24/7 CCTV coverage, guarded entrances and exits, perimeter fences, and powerful solar lighting to illuminate the streets at night.

    “It is essential for every homeowner at BRIA to feel that they can live their lives in peace and comfort,” said Red Rosales, President of BRIA Homes.

    “This is why we constantly strive to meet every resident’s need to flourish in pleasant and secure communities.”