Leading real estate partner Lamudi Philippines will be holding the first and largest online housing fair this May, providing property seekers a virtual venue where they can explore property deals and get to know the projects of the country’s leading developers. The month-long virtual event will likewise host webinars and giveaways for attendees.
In response to the pandemic, the leading real estate partner in the country, Lamudi, will be holding the first and largest online housing fair this May.
With the online housing fair, property seekers can explore various real estate types at different price ranges at the safety and comfort of their homes. The registration for the event is free, with the virtual fair hosted on the official website of Lamudi.
A first in the history of Lamudi, the online housing fair marks a significant milestone for the company. CEO Kenneth Stern said, “For the past years, Lamudi’s housing fairs have been held in malls all over the country. Our team has been working hard to address the limitations to property buying brought on by the pandemic, which is what led to us deciding to bring the housing fair online.”
He added, “As always, we’re driven by our goal to be the Philippines’ leading real estate partner by creating transparency, building trust and promoting professionalism in the buying, selling, and renting experience. To realize this goal, we aim to make property search a hassle-free experience for the market. With this online housing fair, we hope that seekers, from young professionals to growing families to overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), will be able to find their dream property online, even amid a pandemic.
Since 2016, Lamudi has been organizing housing fairs in various cities across the country with the aim of bringing real estate seekers closer to their dream properties. The previous events were held in major shopping malls, including SM Mall of Asia, Trinoma, SM City Cebu, and Glorietta.
While the online housing fair is a milestone for the company, it’s also the first of its kind that will bring together developments from various property developers in the country, including RLC Residences, AboitizLand, Federal Land, Shang Properties, Prime Homes, Solar Resources, PH1 World Developers, ACM Homes, DMCI, PIK, Taft Properties, Filinvest Land, Suntrust Properties, and PA Properties, as well as the real estate brokerage PropertyPro.
Attendees of the online event can get exclusive discounts and promos on different properties offered by real estate developers. Those who are interested to know more about the products, including the unit availability and quotation, can send a message through the customer support pop-up on the housing fair page or fill up the form so that the developer can get in touch with them directly.
Aside from exclusive discounts on property deals, fair attendees can participate in various activities happening all throughout the four-week event. There will be webinars, including a segment from the Pag-IBIG Fund about affordable housing loans, a Q&A about land registration, tidying up the KonMari way from World of Yorokobi, deep cleaning and home sanitation from Clean All PH and Happy Helpers, home interior design tips from SoFA, and home gardening advice from ZassyGreen.
Pre-registered participants will get an email containing a reminder of the Facebook premiere of the webinars they want to watch. The schedule of webinars, along with the links to the videos, will be posted on the site as well.
Sponsored by Nook, Kamada, SHDA, and Messy Bessy, the Lamudi Online Housing Fair will run until May 31. The event’s official media partners are The Manila Times, BusinessWorld and Mindanao Times, with the official broadcast media partner ANC.
The housing fair’s transition online is part of Lamudi’s shift to further digitalization. The company started this move last year with the first ever Virtual Broker Awards, acknowledging the hard work of real estate professionals in a series of videos. Top-performing brokers and brokerages were recognized in the online event, with some even sharing thanksgiving speeches for their awards.
Similarly, The Outlook: Roundtable Series have gone digital as well. Last year, the company organized two events. Held in September 2020, On the Horizon: Real Estate Leaders on Market Recovery tackled how the property industry was coping with the new normal and what investments were projected to bounce back fast.
A month after, Lamudi launched the roundtable discussion New Behaviors, New Demands: What Matters to Homebuyers Now. The panelists talked about the changes in the market preferences influenced by the health crisis.
Early this year, the online discussion focused on the technology aspects of homebuyers’ preferences, with the theme The Rise of Intelligent Homes: Reshaping the Modern Filipino Home. All of these events were broadcasted on the digital platform.
Lamudi plans to take more of its events online this year, and will launch The Outlook Quarterly e-magazine soon. The company hopes to reach more property seekers and other stakeholders with the move to make events digital.
For more information about the housing fair, please tune in to announcements on Lamudi’s social media accounts, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. For sponsorship opportunities, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.