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PinoyProp Disrupts Filipino Real Estate Market With New Investment Platform

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The startup is changing the way people invest in real-estate, allowing everyday citizens to invest for as little as 1,000 pesos, reports pinoyprop.com.

Benguet, Philippines – May 15, 2019 /MarketersMedia/

PinoyProp is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of their brand-new real estate investment platform. Launching to the public in 2019, the unique fintech startup is disrupting the industry and changing the way people in the Philippines invest in real estate by allowing them to start building a portfolio for as little as 1,000 pesos.

“We could not be more excited about the upcoming PinoyProp launch. The traditional real estate market is set up so that only wealthy people and those who have saved for decades are able to invest. Our team has always sensed that there must be a way to ensure that everyday working people were able to get in on the market without having to have a lot of money to buy a property. Fortunately, we were right, and PinoyProp is an innovative solution that allows anyone to do just that. It’s a truly unique platform and a concept that’s unheard of in this industry,” said David of PinoyProp.

For just 1,000 pesos, residents in the Philippines can start an investment portfolio and begin building a more solid future for themselves and their families. Through a simple process, users can simply pick crowdfunded properties to invest in, buying shares in that property and receiving an automatic monthly rental income for those shares. As the property value grows, so does the potential for profit, and investors can sell their shares as any time for a big payoff.

All properties are managed by the PinoyProp team, which means investors spend no money on finding tenants, collecting rental funds, or making improvements and upgrades to the property.

With the average growth in the Philippines year on year for premium properties at 11%, and rent averaging 6-7% per annum, it’s an auto-pilot solution that virtually ensures a return on every investment.

David went on to say, “Philippines real estate industry is the 2nd fastest growing market in all of Asia. We are proud to have created a solution that gives just about anyone the opportunity to profit from this growth. Rather than going through the considerable expense of buying and renting a whole property, they can simply use the PinoyProp platform to start profiting from real estate without hassle or delay.”

Visit “https://www.pinoyprop.com/ to learn more about PinoyProp and stay tuned for more details on its upcoming June 2019 launch.

About PinoyProp.com:

PinoyProp.com is a unique fintech startup disrupting the real estate market with an innovative platform that allows anyone in the Philippines to buy shares in investment properties for as little as 1,000 pesos and collect monthly rent from those properties. All properties are managed by PinoyProp.com, giving investors the freedom to start and build their investment portfolio without needing a lot of time or money to do it.

Contact Info:
Name: David
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Organization: PinoyProp.com
Address: 70A Ambuklao Road Simsim Compound Tiptop Pacdal Baguio City Benguet 2600 Philippines
Phone: +639287036889
Website: https://www.pinoyprop.com/

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