Lamudi VR Expo this September 3 to 4

Property portal Lamudi Philippines is proud to stage the country’s first ever Virtual Reality Real Estate Expo (VR Expo), and showcase the most impressive properties from top local developers in a brand new way. The VR Expo is slated on September 3 to 4, 2016, at the Bonifacio High Street Activity Center and will be open free for the public from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. on both days.

How does virtual reality technology influence real estate?

Virtual reality (VR) is set to transform the face of the Philippine real estate market, just as it has in so many other sectors since VR goggles were first released. As frontrunner in using this innovation, Lamudi believes that in the future, investing in property worldwide will be as easy as investing in the stock market, thanks to the application of VR technology. VR does not just make a huge difference to investors, it also heavily influences the buying process. Home-buyers nowadays want to be able to view the property they are interested in even while they are on the move or from their own homes. Today’s buyers want more than photos, so through virtualization they can now experience their prospective home in a 360 environment wherever they are.

“This revolutionary upgrade in real estate buying is likely to open up the market to international buyers and can make home-buying a faster and more efficient process,” shared Jacqueline van den Ende, founder and CEO of Lamudi Philippines and MyProperty.ph.



Showcasing the best property on the market

The major sponsors for this event are Robinsons Communities, Right Homes, and SMDC. The exhibitors include New San Jose Builders, Hamilo Coast, and Union Bank, while the event’s official provider of VR goggles is VRLABPH. Lamudi Philippines’ listings contain a wide range of properties and the VR Expo is a stellar opportunity to discover the best real estate options available in the country through a unique and high-tech environment.

A brand new way of viewing property

Actual site visits to fully immerse oneself in the property is no longer required as technology transforms how we buy and sell property. A high-quality and fully interactive image in today’s world is a time and money saver especially in real estate. With VR, buyers are able to experience what it is like to be in the property for sale. Armed only with a pair of VR goggles, investors can view properties and make investment decisions from the comfort of their own homes.

Discover the futuristic side of real estate this September

The VR Expo is open to all buyers, sellers, renters, landlords, brokers, investors, and everyone who wants to experience cutting-edge technology applied to one of the most bustling sectors in the Philippines. Venture into a new way of property viewing, and visit this first-of-its-kind Expo happening at the Bonifacio High Street Activity Center on 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, on the 3rd and 4th of September (10 a.m. until 10 p.m.). Register for free today at www.lamudi.com.ph/visit.

MANILA, 23 August, 2016: Property portal Lamudi Philippines is proud to stage the country’s first ever Virtual Reality Real Estate Expo (VR Expo), and showcase the most impressive properties from top local developers in a brand new way. The VR Expo is slated on September 3 to 4, 2016, at the Bonifacio High Street Activity Center and will be open free for the public from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. on both days.

How does virtual reality technology influence real estate?

Virtual reality (VR) is set to transform the face of the Philippine real estate market, just as it has in so many other sectors since VR goggles were first released. As frontrunner in using this innovation, Lamudi believes that in the future, investing in property worldwide will be as easy as investing in the stock market, thanks to the application of VR technology. VR does not just make a huge difference to investors, it also heavily influences the buying process. Home-buyers nowadays want to be able to view the property they are interested in even while they are on the move or from their own homes. Today’s buyers want more than photos, so through virtualization they can now experience their prospective home in a 360 environment wherever they are.

“This revolutionary upgrade in real estate buying is likely to open up the market to international buyers and can make home-buying a faster and more efficient process,” shared Jacqueline van den Ende, founder and CEO of Lamudi Philippines and MyProperty.ph.

Showcasing the best property on the market

The major sponsors for this event are Robinsons Communities, Right Homes, and SMDC. The exhibitors include New San Jose Builders, Hamilo Coast, and Union Bank, while the event’s official provider of VR goggles is VRLABPH. Lamudi Philippines’ listings contain a wide range of properties and the VR Expo is a stellar opportunity to discover the best real estate options available in the country through a unique and high-tech environment.

A brand new way of viewing property

Actual site visits to fully immerse oneself in the property is no longer required as technology transforms how we buy and sell property. A high-quality and fully interactive image in today’s world is a time and money saver especially in real estate. With VR, buyers are able to experience what it is like to be in the property for sale. Armed only with a pair of VR goggles, investors can view properties and make investment decisions from the comfort of their own homes.

Discover the futuristic side of real estate this September

The VR Expo is open to all buyers, sellers, renters, landlords, brokers, investors, and everyone who wants to experience cutting-edge technology applied to one of the most bustling sectors in the Philippines. Venture into a new way of property viewing, and visit this first-of-its-kind Expo happening at the Bonifacio High Street Activity Center on 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, on the 3rd and 4th of September (10 a.m. until 10 p.m.). Register for free today at www.lamudi.com.ph/visit.

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Lamudi VR Expo this September 3 to 4

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Property portal Lamudi Philippines is proud to stage the country’s first ever Virtual Reality Real Estate Expo (VR Expo), and showcase the most impressive properties from top local developers in a brand new way. The VR Expo is slated on September 3 to 4, 2016, at the Bonifacio High Street Activity Center and will be open free for the public from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. on both days.

How does virtual reality technology influence real estate?

Virtual reality (VR) is set to transform the face of the Philippine real estate market, just as it has in so many other sectors since VR goggles were first released. As frontrunner in using this innovation, Lamudi believes that in the future, investing in property worldwide will be as easy as investing in the stock market, thanks to the application of VR technology. VR does not just make a huge difference to investors, it also heavily influences the buying process. Home-buyers nowadays want to be able to view the property they are interested in even while they are on the move or from their own homes. Today’s buyers want more than photos, so through virtualization they can now experience their prospective home in a 360 environment wherever they are.

“This revolutionary upgrade in real estate buying is likely to open up the market to international buyers and can make home-buying a faster and more efficient process,” shared Jacqueline van den Ende, founder and CEO of Lamudi Philippines and MyProperty.ph.



Showcasing the best property on the market

The major sponsors for this event are Robinsons Communities, Right Homes, and SMDC. The exhibitors include New San Jose Builders, Hamilo Coast, and Union Bank, while the event’s official provider of VR goggles is VRLABPH. Lamudi Philippines’ listings contain a wide range of properties and the VR Expo is a stellar opportunity to discover the best real estate options available in the country through a unique and high-tech environment.

A brand new way of viewing property

Actual site visits to fully immerse oneself in the property is no longer required as technology transforms how we buy and sell property. A high-quality and fully interactive image in today’s world is a time and money saver especially in real estate. With VR, buyers are able to experience what it is like to be in the property for sale. Armed only with a pair of VR goggles, investors can view properties and make investment decisions from the comfort of their own homes.

Discover the futuristic side of real estate this September

The VR Expo is open to all buyers, sellers, renters, landlords, brokers, investors, and everyone who wants to experience cutting-edge technology applied to one of the most bustling sectors in the Philippines. Venture into a new way of property viewing, and visit this first-of-its-kind Expo happening at the Bonifacio High Street Activity Center on 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, on the 3rd and 4th of September (10 a.m. until 10 p.m.). Register for free today at www.lamudi.com.ph/visit.

MANILA, 23 August, 2016: Property portal Lamudi Philippines is proud to stage the country’s first ever Virtual Reality Real Estate Expo (VR Expo), and showcase the most impressive properties from top local developers in a brand new way. The VR Expo is slated on September 3 to 4, 2016, at the Bonifacio High Street Activity Center and will be open free for the public from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. on both days.

How does virtual reality technology influence real estate?

Virtual reality (VR) is set to transform the face of the Philippine real estate market, just as it has in so many other sectors since VR goggles were first released. As frontrunner in using this innovation, Lamudi believes that in the future, investing in property worldwide will be as easy as investing in the stock market, thanks to the application of VR technology. VR does not just make a huge difference to investors, it also heavily influences the buying process. Home-buyers nowadays want to be able to view the property they are interested in even while they are on the move or from their own homes. Today’s buyers want more than photos, so through virtualization they can now experience their prospective home in a 360 environment wherever they are.

“This revolutionary upgrade in real estate buying is likely to open up the market to international buyers and can make home-buying a faster and more efficient process,” shared Jacqueline van den Ende, founder and CEO of Lamudi Philippines and MyProperty.ph.

Showcasing the best property on the market

The major sponsors for this event are Robinsons Communities, Right Homes, and SMDC. The exhibitors include New San Jose Builders, Hamilo Coast, and Union Bank, while the event’s official provider of VR goggles is VRLABPH. Lamudi Philippines’ listings contain a wide range of properties and the VR Expo is a stellar opportunity to discover the best real estate options available in the country through a unique and high-tech environment.

A brand new way of viewing property

Actual site visits to fully immerse oneself in the property is no longer required as technology transforms how we buy and sell property. A high-quality and fully interactive image in today’s world is a time and money saver especially in real estate. With VR, buyers are able to experience what it is like to be in the property for sale. Armed only with a pair of VR goggles, investors can view properties and make investment decisions from the comfort of their own homes.

Discover the futuristic side of real estate this September

The VR Expo is open to all buyers, sellers, renters, landlords, brokers, investors, and everyone who wants to experience cutting-edge technology applied to one of the most bustling sectors in the Philippines. Venture into a new way of property viewing, and visit this first-of-its-kind Expo happening at the Bonifacio High Street Activity Center on 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, on the 3rd and 4th of September (10 a.m. until 10 p.m.). Register for free today at www.lamudi.com.ph/visit.

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