Spending your hard-earned money with a purpose


    We know that Christmas is in the air when your 13th month pay sits in your payroll account, triggering the urge to splurge. But before blowing your cash windfall on online shopping portals’ holiday promos, remember how 2020’s lessons underscore the importance of judicious spending and the need to secure your future.

    While past holiday seasons were always about indulgence, this is a time for spending your hard-earned money with a purpose. Turn your year-end blessing into a gift that keeps on giving. Stash it in a savings fund for property investment.

    Thus, if you’ve set your heart on buying a house-and-lot package from BRIA Homes, a good use for that holiday windfall is paying for the first few months’ amortization. Avail a BRIA home for as low as P1,897 a month.

    “More than anything, a comfortable home in the ‘new normal’ is a place that ensures ample space for work and learning; easy access to lifestyle hubs; and safeguards from health hazards,” says Red Rosales, president of Bria Homes. “Imagine the peace of mind this will bring now that Filipinos have seen how unexpected crises can disrupt their lives.”

    Choose from BRIA’s stylish home models such as Alecza, Elena, Elyana, or Bettina, all of which have provisions for a bedroom, living and dining spaces, a kitchen, and a toilet and bath.

    All BRIA communities provide security and leisure amenities: guarded entrances and exits, perimeter fences, 24/7 security and CCTV cameras. Meanwhile, for fun and recreation, BRIA developments have covered basketball courts, function halls, and eco-friendly parks and gardens. These are also located near key destinations like hospitals, schools, churches, groceries, and banks, with access to major roads and highways.

    With all these considered, the year 2021 looms to be the best time to invest in your own home. “Prospective buyers must take advantage of real estate’s low interest rates and low inflation rates. Land prices remain stable due to the pandemic even as their value never depreciates,” Red Rosales affirms