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BFS Offers 2D’ Max Program for Property Buyers

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Pioneer asset management company BFS recently announced its most aggressive sales program to date for potential home buyers. Under the 2D’ Max program, eligible spot-cash buyers may enjoy up to a 50% discount on select pre-owned properties.

Properties available under the 2D’ Max program are located nationwide, from Metro Manila extending up to the provinces of Bataan, Bulacan, Cavite, Camarines Norte, Davao, Laguna, Pampanga, Quezon, Rizal, and Tarlac, among others.

“Pre-owned properties are an attractive alternative, especially for entry level home buyers,” states BFS Property Sales Head Antonio Ortiga. “Generally, real estate prices are expected to continue to appreciate in the short- to mid-term period, so our affordable pre-owned house and lot packages provide buyers today with great value for their money.”

“Through BFS, end-users and investors alike are presented with this rare opportunity to acquire properties at bargain prices.  Moreover, the properties which are located in gentrified communities appreciate in value over time; hence, buyers realize home equity which is a big component of personal savings,” explains Ortiga.

BFS Property Sales has been offering Filipinos with a cost-effective alternative, at a time of rising food and gas prices. Adds Ortiga, “Our buyers realize that a pre-owned property purchase is actually a smart investment versus buying a brand new house and lot.” Furthermore, the company observes international best-practice standards and processes, in order to satisfactorily serve clients and potential pre-owned home buyers.

 

“We highly encourage prospective buyers to consider pre-owned properties,” emphasizes Ortiga. “The BFS 2D’ Max program is a unique and limited deal that should not be missed, given the value for money that the program offers to buyers. We enjoin those interested to get in touch with BFS.”

Interested parties may visit www.bfs.com.ph/property to view the latest listing of available properties.

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