3 BR House & Lot - Carissa Homes East 2A by Bria Homes for Resale

Carissa Homes East 2A
Project Name : Carissa Homes East 2A
Parking : Yes
Project Type :
Unit Type : Resale
Listing Type :
Label : Hot
Bed Rooms : 3
Price: 2,383,500
Floor Area: 90
Address : Muzon Linawan Rd., Brgy. Muzon
Lot Area: 126
Location : Muzon Linawan Rd., Brgy. Muzon Teresa , Rizal PH Carissa Homes East 2A Bria Homes 3 BR House & Lot 3 BR House & Lot Bria Homes 3 BR House & Lot Teresa, Rizal
Maid's Room: No
Carissa Homes East 2A - Front View
Front View
Carissa Homes East 2A - Front View
Front View
Carissa Homes East 2A - Front View
Front View
Carissa Homes East 2A - Living Room
Living Room
Carissa Homes East 2A - Living Room
Living Room
Carissa Homes East 2A - Living Room
Living Room
Carissa Homes East 2A - Bedroom
Bedroom
Carissa Homes East 2A - Kitchen
Kitchen
Carissa Homes East 2A - Bathroom
Bathroom
Carissa Homes East 2A - Bathroom
Bathroom
Carissa Homes East 2A - Parking Area
Parking Area
Carissa Homes East 2A - Garden Area
Garden Area

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With the country’s population increasing and the loss of thousands of homes to natural disasters, there currently exists a massive housing deficit.  According to the Subdivision and Housing Developers Association, Inc. (SHDA)–an alliance of over 200 private housing developers–the backlog currently stands at 3.9 million units and could rise to 6.5 million in 2030 if the issue is not addressed.  With an average of 5 – 6 people per household, the numbers indicate that by 2030, nearly 40 million Filipinos would be without shelter. 
In response to the SHDA’s continuously urging the government to step up their efforts to address this problem, Batasang Pambansa 220 (BP220) was created.  The government act encourages the private sector to engage in the development of economic and socialized housing in both urban and rural areas across the country.
Enter Bria.  While the country’s need for mass housing is immense, most private developers are missing out on the possibilities of this vast market.  Realizing this, and to answer the government’s call–and the country’s need–for socialized housing