Philippines-based real estate portal Filipino Homes has partnered with Skyscraper Realty to establish its eighth office in Cebu, making it its 22nd nationwide, at JCentre Mall in Mandaue City.
One of the largest comprehensive real estate solutions portal in the Philippines, Filipino Homes provides one-stop-shop services for real estate buyers and sellers. The one-of-its-kind facility is available both online and offline (brick and mortar offices), connecting people to all related products and services in real estate business.
Anthony Leuterio, president and CEO of multi-awarded Leuterio Realty and Brokerage, said: “Our goal is to create the biggest property portal, through our website and also in specific places where they can meet with agents and get good advice.”
Skyscraper Realty chose to open a Filipino Homes in Mandaue because it is next to Cebu City in terms of economic development.
“There’s really a lot of activities happening in Mandaue City,” said Skyscraper president and CEO Gaylord Tingzon, referring to the 20-hectare joint venture Mandani Bay project by Hongkong Land and Taft Properties and the Gatewalk Central partnership between AboitizLand and Ayala Land.
Skyscraper Realty gains access to a full listing of properties nationwide, thanks to the partnership with Filipino Homes.
“The good thing about Filipino Homes is that we can sell properties nationwide because of our more than 20 branches throughout the country. We have more than 50,000 agents helping each other close a sale and assist clients. Even if you’re in Cebu and you have clients in Davao, someone from Filipino Homes Davao will assist them,” he added.
Real estate brokers accredited by Leuterio with 30 to 50 sales agents under them, are dubbed franchise partners and can use the Filipino Homes trademark and network when they open an office.
The new Filipino Homes Mandaue office is looking to increase its sales agents’ number to 100. Currently the office has over 50 real estate agents, 20 of which are active.
The above article was partially sourced from MyCebu.com.