Monday, September 7, 2015

Lamudi Philippines Reports 2015 Growth

Manila, Philippines-- Your leading website for house and lot and your number one magazine when it comes to real estate has become more stronger and bolder than ever with their partnership!

Lamudi Philippines is now the most visited real-estate website in the Philippines, specially now that Lamudi has made partnership with MyProperty.PH. Citing its own data and that from web analytics platform Similar Web, Lamudi reported that visits to its platform for the first six months of 2015 is 34 percent higher than those recorded for the entire 2014. In addition, at 320,000 monthly visits, Lamudi's site visits via desktop are now at least 28 percent higher than its nearest competitor.

Knowing this, Lamudi has been the top spot for people who are looking for the right investments and real-estate deals. Having merged a partnership with MyProperty.PH, it has strengthen its online presence and credibility for top brokers and buyers. helps individuals in the property market to find their ideal home, land or commercial property. Their goal is to empower consumers by providing the most relevant information in the market today. They provide individuals direct contact with developers,agents and landlords. Lamudi aims to have their listings give you as much detailed information about the property as possible.

For home seekers, they provide a wide selection of properties offered by individuals, agents and other third parties. Their dedicated team is constantly working to increase the number of properties available. As a home seeker, you can always be sure that the listings shown are high quality and accurate. They also continually check their inventory to be sure that any issues, low quality or inaccurate listings are removed.

The company believes in giving back to the Filipino community. This year, the company entered into a partnership with Habitat for Humanity, a non-government organization that aims to “shelter the homeless.” Together with HFH, Lamudi is committed to build 20 houses for the earthquake victims in Bohol, as its initial project.

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