The Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank), the consumer banking arm of the Metrobank Group and Federal Land, one of the country’s leading real estate developers, are helping Filipinos own their dream homes.
Under PSBank Home Loan’s one-day credit decision outcome program, the bank linked up with Federal Land to make the process of owning a house simple and attainable. The lender commits to a one-day credit decision outcome for the purchase of brand-new condominiums and properties from accredited developers such as Federal Land.
PSBank recently began a series of developer roadshows the first of which was held for the benefit of Federal Land sales agents.
PSBank’s one-day home loan program bodes well with the ongoing construction of several residential properties by Federal Land. The property developer is reshaping the skyline of BGC North with its newest development called the Sunshine Fort, a joint venture with Japan’s leader in residential developments, Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd. and the world’s foremost retail service group, Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd.
Another Federal Land development is Four Season Riviera project, a two-tower property in Binondo, Manila. A riverfront home, Four Season Riviera is host to stunning views of the world-famous Manila Bay sunset, celebrated landmarks such as Fort Santiago, Intramuros and the Post Office building. The development also brings good feng-shui making it attractive for the Filipino-Chinese market.
The Paseo de Roces project, meanwhile, is located close to the Makati Central Business District and just a few steps from the Sunday street markets, luxury malls, offices and parks. Paseo de Roces not only provides the excitement of Makati City but also the vibrance of life with amenities, the privacy of an exclusive building and the convenience of having it all in one place.
The Capital Towers project, on the other hand, offers a life where the avenues of interests come together and options and opportunities are within reach. The development is located along E. Rodriguez Avenue, Quezon City, a short ride away from Tomas Morato and Timog, with avenues leading to Manila, San Juan and Makati.