Philipine-based website Hoppler: Making buying, selling property personal again

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Phillipine culture has always revolved around relationships and trust. Filipino value personal relationships as much as they value the trust that emanates from them. This is why Filipinos have always been known to be some of the most cautious buyers in the world.

This is more true when Filipinos buy something as personal and as major as real estate. When buying property, Filipinos always look for that perfect house – one that’s in the right location with the right price, and which serves their needs perfectly.

Although there may be thousands of available properties for sale that buyers can choose from, Filipinos want to buy from someone they can trust, someone who has been referred by a family member or a “trusted friend.”

Using the power of digital technology, Hoppler aims to be that “trusted friend” or family member who can introduce buyers to hundreds of trustworthy brokers with thousands of listed properties from which they can choose their perfect home.

More than this, Hoppler provides an added personal touch by staying with the buyer every step of the way, ensuring a trouble-free transaction from the start to finish with the buyers getting the best possible deal.

“Right now, Hoppler has a growing network of over 600 real estate professionals plus an affiliate marketing program that reaches an estimated 1,500+ more real estate professionals,” reveals Ramon Ballesca Jr., Hoppler founder and Chief Executive Officer. “And we intend to increase those numbers exponentially in the coming months,”

SOURCE Hoppler

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