For many Filipinos, owning their dream home, driving their dream car or launching their own business remain just that – a dream. It seems that many are hesitant to take concrete steps towards making their dream a reality because of perceived financial difficulties.
“We really have to educate most Filipinos when it comes to financial literacy. Changing their mindset cannot be done overnight, but it can be done,” says Lubar Delos Reyes, president of DRIVEN Marketing Group, one of the fastest growing real estate marketing network in the country.
Many think that buying a home is a long and difficult process and that it requires a lot of cash. But now that the government and the banks have speeded up the loan application and documentation process, more and more Filipinos are beginning to realize that it’s easy to make that dream come true.
“Around 85% of our buyers are first-time home buyers and they are quite surprised with how fast and easy it is nowadays to own their dream house,” adds Delos Reyes.
On December 27, 28 and 29 at the SMX Convention Center Hall 3 in Pasay City, DRIVEN Marketing Group Inc., in partnership with the Bank of the Philippine Islands or BPI, will hold the first and most exclusive property and lifestyle event in the country showcasing the best deals and offers available for homebuyers and investors. With a campaign entitled “Driven Pinoy Dream Property and Lifestyle Event 2013: Dream House. Dream Car. Dream Business,” this first of its kind trade show format will allow attendees to interact and learn from the best speakers and institutions in the field of home buying, loans and personal finance.
The event aims to uplift the lives of our hard working Filipinos, especially our OFWs, and make them realize that all these can be achieved through proper financial literacy, home loan and investment knowledge and taking advantage of the smart deals and offers available to them.
For more information and updates, visit www.drivenpinoydream.com or the Driven Pinoy Dream Property and Lifestyle Event 2013 Facebook page. You can also call their hotline at Tel. No. 624-1111.