With the pandemic officially over, local industries and businesses are scrambling to find the next big thing for the Philippine economy. The race to find the country’s next hotspot where boundless possibilities for industry and enterprise lie has led many to look towards the mostly untapped resources of Visayas and Mindanao.
This leads intrepid Filipinos to the land-locked province of Bukidnon, which is now viewed as a potential frontier for an economy raring to get back on its feet. Long known as the Food Basket of the Philippines, Bukidnon has been historically ruled by agriculture and mining (the word “Bukidnon,” after all, translates to “mountain dweller”). This explains why the Commission of Audit ranked Bukidnon in the Top 5 of the country’s richest provinces from 2018 to 2021. And why a disruptive health crisis in the years that followed did not derail its economic growth.
Today, leading the charge for tapping into Bukidnon’s vast potentials is top-tier property developer BRIA Homes. The multi-awarded homebuilder currently has a housing project in the first-class municipality of Manolo Fortich, home to the majestic Mt. Kitanglad, an inactive volcano that has trails leading up to its peak.
Apart from the natural wonders that lure adventure seekers to Bukidnon, BRIA Manolo Fortich’s strategic location is its major draw for locals looking to settle down. Imagine a tranquil residential village tucked into an area with calming verdant greenery, yet boasts proximity to the Northern Bukidnon State College, the Bukidnon Provincial Hospital, Immaculate Conception Parish Church, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, and the Diocese of Malaybalay. Local government offices such as the Manolo Fortich Municipal Hall, Dicklum Barangay Hall, DWSD, Comelec, and DPWH are also within reach.
BRIA Manolo Fortich offers aspiring Filipino homeowners multiple house and lot models such as townhouses, duplexes, and bungalows, all thoughtfully laid out to accommodate growing families. Such is one of BRIA’s bigger model units, Alecza, preferred for its 81sqm lot area and spacious interiors that could accommodate two bedrooms. The Alecza is perfect for people who need more space and cozier accommodations, or for young professionals excited to invest in their own homes.
According to BRIA Homes North Mindanao Division Head Rey Montoya, BRIA’s expansion into Bukidnon is a testament to the growth the province has seen over the last few years. “BRIA Manolo Fortich is, in fact, keeping in pace by fast-tracking construction of house and lot units in the first quarter of 2023,” Montoya affirms.
Prospective homeowners of BRIA Manolo Fortich will be pleased to know that the gated community is secured by 24/7 CCTV coverage, guardhouses, and LED-lit streets. Residents may also forge friendly ties with each other as they enjoy green walkable spaces and the village’s leisure amenities like a basketball court, village pavilion, and a kiddie playground.
Interested patrons may avail of BRIA’s cashless transactions for reservation and amortization payments through BRIA’s bank partners: Maybank, BDO, Unionbank, PNB, Security Bank, RCBC, and Metrobank. E-wallet services like GCash, Paymaya, and All Easy are likewise available.
Those who reserved their Alecza unit during the pre-selling process of the project can soon move in to the home of their dreams. Others may check out a house online through https://www.bria.com.ph/online-reservation/