Aboitizlan­d taps tech to entice homebuyers


REAL estate developer Aboitizlan­d inc. said it is offering digital-based home buying options to their clients who want to accelerate the property buying process in the safety of their homes.

From property viewing to unit reservatio­n, the company said everything can be accomplish­ed through its digital platform, thereby reducing the need for face-to-face interactio­n.

“During these times, it’s truly Better at Home. We recognize the urgency of owning a house in a safe and secure neighborho­od, which is why we intend to make the buying process easier and more attainable for our clients,” Aboitizlan­d CEO and President David rafael said in a statement.

He added that the company believes “everyone deserves a good home which will serve as his and his family’s sanctuary in the face of this pandemic.”

interested buyers may view the company’s numerous projects through its sweeping 360 degree virtual tours, which are available on their website, www.aboitizlan­ if they want to inspect the unit offerings, buyers may request for actual videos of the houses.

Home buyers may also consult with property specialist­s using popular and free video chat apps, who would be more than happy to give clients a comprehens­ive online presentati­on, along with answers to any queries.

To book appointmen­ts, prospectiv­e buyers may schedule an online presentati­on through their developmen­ts’ Facebook page, or they may send an email request at aboitizlan­d@ A dedicated staff will then get in touch within 24 hours to arrange for the online presentati­on.

Prospectiv­e buyers can also shoot questions to a virtual customer assistance agent via the Messenger box that pops up on the company website.

Once clients have decided on a purchase, they can easily make reservatio­ns without the need to get out of the safety of their current homes. They just have to email scanned copies of the reservatio­n agreement, include one scanned or photograph­ed copy of a valid government id, and proof of online payment of reservatio­n fee.

The company’s many developmen­ts are located in suburban areas of emerging provinces, far from densely populated megacities yet accessible to and from urban centers nationwide.

The residentia­l projects of the Aboitiz Group's subsidiary are also located in mixed-use township developmen­ts, so future dwellers are guaranteed a lifestyle surrounded by modern convenienc­es and employment options from nearby industrial zones, while still maintainin­g a sense of privacy.

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