Perks galore for Lamudi brokers, from virtual tours to title transfers

posted February 06, 2021 at 06:40 pm
by  Manila Standard
Lamudi recently launched an advantage program, tying up with brands Nook, Conveyance, CleanX, Abenson Home, and Matterport to offer discounts and freebies to partner brokers, agents, and brokerages.

Perks galore for Lamudi brokers, from virtual tours to title transfers

Brokers and agents will get promos and discounts from different brands through the Lamudi advantage scheme. The listing platform wants more real estate professionals to grow their operations through the initiative.

“Lamudi always strives to offer value-adding services not just to the property seekers, but also to the industry’s hardworking brokers and agents,” explained Kenneth Stern, Lamudi CEO.

Partner brands 

Under the program, the company tied up with different brands to offer exclusive perks to its partner real estate professionals. One of them is Nook, a mortgage brokerage firm. The company connects property seekers loan packages in the market, considering the buyers’ unique financial needs.

Lamudi partner brokers and agents can earn a 50 percent commission for clients who managed to secure a loan through Nook. They can sign up on the website, click the home loan referrals tab, and start referring buyers.

Partner brokers and agents can likewise get a commission of five percent for referring clients to SB Furniture, Abenson Home, or Homeplus. To qualify, the purchases must be at least P75,000.

Lamudi likewise partnered with land titling expert  Conveyance. The company offers up to 15 percent discount for its partner brokers and agents who use their title transfer services. 

They can also get a 10 percent discount for the cleaning services of CleanX, namely itemized cleaning, general cleaning, and housekeeping.

Supporting brokers in the digital era, Lamudi also forged a partnership with Matterport, a provider of virtual tour software platforms. Through the technology, professionals can create “active spaces” or 3D images, producing digital representations of units, virtual tours, and schematic floor plans.

Digital marketing partner

Since setting up shop, Lamudi has been committed to helping real estate professionals in the country expand their businesses. The company’s listing platform allows brokers and agents to keep the business running without interruption. 

“Traditional marketing takes a lot of time,” said Raffy Siapco, CEO of RS Property Manila and winner of the Partner Success Story of the Year in the Lamudi Virtual Broker Awards 2020 last year. “When I’m doing digital marketing, it’s as if I have additional manpower generating leads for me and my company.”

With digital marketing, listed properties can be visible to a large portion of the market. The materials can reach local and overseas property seekers. 

According to the latest trend report from Lamudi, Hotspots Unwrapped: 2020’s Most Popular Locations, the overseas demand for Philippine real estate continued to be strong in 2020 despite the pandemic. Singapore, Dubai, London, Sydney, and Doha, locations with a high concentration of Filipino workers, showed the strongest interest in Philippine real estate.

Professional support

Lamudi likewise supports partner brokers and agents by offering courses aimed at improving digital marketing skills. The Lamudi academy has different classes fit for newbies and professionals alike.

Every Wednesday, the academy holds Power Hour, which discusses the fundamentals of online real estate marketing. On Thursdays, it teaches Back to Basics, helping newbies in the field. Every Friday, Level Up trains attendees on how to convert more leads online. Registration for the classes is free.

For more information on the Lamudi advantage program, visit lamudi.com.ph/agent-benefits.

Topics: Lamudi , ​brokers , Kenneth Stern , Power Hour , Hotspots Unwrapped: 2020’s Most Popular Locations
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