BRIA Homes Ormoc holds festive groundbreaking rites

Representatives from BRIA Homes Ormoc attend the groundbreaking of the property. From left to right: Jesyl Lou Dialde (Sales and Marketing Team Leader), Engineer Philliph Jenson Concon (Production Engineer), Engineer Jazer John Fortu (Production Engineer Team Leader), Engineer Bobby Jake Azur (Technical Services Team Leader).

The much-coveted BRIA Homes lifestyle goes to Eastern Visayas following the groundbreaking rites of its new residential project in Ormoc, Leyte. Held last July 13, 2022, the milestone event featured a spectacular line-up of activities highlighted by a motorcade that started in the city proper and proceeded to the development site in Brgy. Mabini. Members of the XRM Bikers Club Ormoc and Suzuki Riders Club C-59 joined the parade in full regalia, lending more fun and color to it.

Serenaded by the Frontpage Ormoc Band, clients were treated to a spectacular presentation at the BRIA Ormoc groundbreaking

Realtors and brokers, together with existing and potential clients, were among the guests and attendees at BRIA Ormoc’s groundbreaking event, during which they were treated to tribal music performances by the Frontpage Ormoc Band.

BRIA Homes VisMin Division Head Ivy Provido explains that the launch of BRIA Homes Ormoc warranted a festive celebration because it ushered in a significant new phase in their operations. “As BRIA continues to expand, we are happy to offer once again our trademark quality homes, this time to the warm and hospitable residents of Ormoc City,” Provido says.

According to its government website, “Ormoc is a highly urbanized coastal port city that serves as the economic, cultural, commercial, and transportation hub of western Leyte. The city’s location, vast agricultural land, and coastal site endow it with natural resources, marine biodiversity, and unique tourist draws.”

BRIA Homes Ormoc, itself, is right beside Leyte Golf Club. Provido notes that the lively culture in the province, and the energy and vibes of its people, are what drove BRIA Homes to build a residential enclave in this city. “The alacrity of Leyteños is a perfect match for the dynamic, tight-knit community lifestyle that BRIA is known for,” Provido points out. “With Ormoc being the second most populous in Leyte, there is also clear economic potential for those looking to move to, or relocate in, the province. And BRIA Homes will be there to shelter them.”

BRIA Homes Ormoc will rise in Brgy. Mabini, which is near the city proper. Homeowners will have easy access to key establishments like hospitals, churches, and schools, among others. With the project currently in its pre-selling stage, aspiring property owners and investors would do well to reserve their slots and ensure the long-term value appreciation of their units.

Interested customers may avail of BRIA’s cashless transactions for reservation and amortization payments through BRIA’s bank partners: Maybank, BDO, Unionbank, PNB, Security Bank, RCBC, Robinsons Bank, Chinabank, and Metrobank. E-wallet services like GCash, Paymaya, Shopee Pay, and All Easy are likewise available.

Finally, those interested in purchasing a BRIA Ormoc unit or any other BRIA project, for that matter, can check these out by immersing in BRIA Homes’ 360 Virtual Tours via Inquiries may also be done through the website, as well as through the official BRIA Facebook page, They can also reserve a house online through


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