Globe-backed mobile wallet GCash and Ayala Land Inc. have partnered to enable users to find properties while using the financial application.
In a statement on Tuesday, GCash said it launched Ayala properties on its in-app feature GLife.
The mobile wallet said that by using GLife feature, home buyers and property seekers can browse Ayala Land’s property listings and submit an inquiry.
“With this partnership with Ayala Land, GCash enables potential homeowners and property seekers to conduct virtual unit viewing and, after they make the decision to buy a property, access cashless payment of reservation fees using their e-wallet account,” said GCash president and CEO Martha Sazon.
“Furthermore, home buyers no longer need to pay their real estate dues through traditional channels like post-dated checks, bank deposits, over-the-counter payments to property developers, or brokers. They can conveniently and safely do just all these transactions using their smartphones and via GLife on the GCash app,” said Sazon.
To view Ayala Land’s listing on the GLife feature, users will have to tap the“Real Estate” category.
GCash said that after reading the initial information on the selected listing, interested buyers can just tap “Inquire”, fill in the necessary details, and tap “submit” to forward their inquiry.
“Together with GCash, we at Ayala Land, want to make it easier for Filipinos to find the property that suits their needs. As more and more individuals are turning to the convenience of online shopping, we strongly believe that buying home and real estate properties should not be any different,” said Ayala Land president and CEO Bobby Dy.
“By launching four of our key brands on GLife, Filipinos can now have a more seamless experience in buying Ayala Land properties,” Dy added.—AOL, GMA News