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Riding the trend

AboitizLand recently announced a 44 percent take-up of its first-quarter sales, exceeding by 61 percent its performance during the same period last year before the global health crisis started.

Riding the trend

The market’s growing preference to live away from populous cities and digital transformation initiatives that the developer has been using reportedly contributed to the company’s robust sales.

AboitizLand has been supplying house-and-lot inventory in areas outside Metro Manila such as Batangas, Cabanatuan, Capas, Pampanga, and Cebu (shown here, the Amoa in Compostela).

AboitizLand’s contactless sales and customer engagement program are innovations that included updating the AboitizLand Vecino app, a mobile application that offers homebuyers enhanced end-to-end online servicing. 

Topics: AboitizLand , global health crisis , digital transformation , Amoa
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