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Real estate firm opens new Market Center in QC

Keller Williams, the world’s largest real estate franchise by agent count, has recently opened a new Market Center in Gateway Tower Cubao, Quezon City. 

Since its launch on July 1 last year, KW Philippines has been helping professionalize the real estate practice in the country. From its Ortigas Center Regional Office, KW Philippines now runs three Market Centers in the country.

Keller Williams Philippines regional operating principal Rolando C. Acuesta and KW Quezon City Market Center general manager Cecille O. Gamilla led the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Market Center on March 15.
“We have formally opened KW Quezon City Market Center at Gateway Tower to provide a venue for our accredited KW Associates to better access and serve the booming office and residential property market in the area,” said KW Philippines’ regional operating principal Rolando Acuesta.

KW Philippines is composed of a strong team of leaders with more than 40 years of experience in residential, commercial, and leisure real estate development. Together with regional controlling principal Steve Chien and Quezon City Market Center general manager Cecille Gamilla, Acuesta oversees the recruitment of additional agents to take leadership roles.

Aside from honing basic to advanced knowledge of real estate, KW Philippines also produces specialized agents in luxury homes, commercial, and land properties.

“Recently, we also launched our first training module called ‘Ignite,’ which is meant to spark the selling career of the real estate agents in the Philippines. Soon, we will be rolling out more trainings that are par with the best real estate programs in the world,” shared Acuesta.

The KW Philippines Quezon City Market Center is located at 5th floor Regus Gateway Tower, Cubao.

Topics: Keller Williams , KW Philippines Quezon City Market Center , Steve Chien , Cecille Gamilla , Rolando Acuesta

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