Filipinos have been used to buying real estate the traditional way, relying on referrals and word-of-mouth. But there is another way and that is the right way.
The current boom in the Philippine real estate market has brought fears of a property bubble.
In the second quarter of 2015, the real estate sector in the Philippines posted a growth of 11 percent. Global data also shows robust growth. This means the potential for sales is immense.
But according to international property services company Colliers, total unsold condominium units in Metro Manila has averaged 75,000 over the last three years. This is twice the normal supply level of 35,000 to 40,000.
Because of this and other potential issues, there is a need to professionalize buying and selling . A real estate company with an excellent reputation and global track record is the answer. RE/MAX assists buyers and sellers in their real estate transactions in the best way possible, eliminating the fears and apprehensions of fraud.
RE/MAX goes beyond just buying and selling because its agents understand the market and how it works. They perform their job honestly, fairly and with accountability. The agents will also give buyers access to RE/MAX's global listings of residential, commercial and luxury properties.
The Power of the RE/MAX Name gives the franchisee a brand with credibility. RE/MAX, a Denver-based company founded by Dave and Gail Liniger in 1973, is the #1 Global Real Estate Franchise in the world. It is also the top real estate franchise in Entrepreneur Magazine’s Franchise 500 and the leading real estate franchise on Franchise Times’ Top 200. Last year, Entrepreneur Magazine named RE/MAX the #12 Global Franchise.
When you get a RE/MAX franchise, you already have a winning formula that has succeeded in the United States and other countries. The brand is known for outstanding agents who produce outstanding results. RE/MAX gives franchisees all the tools to convey to customers what it has to offer.