Do you believe that most OFWs want a property investment?
The latest SMDC report shows that UAE is the biggest market for SMDC condo.
Do you know UAE Filipinos who can afford AED 800/month for an SMDC condo unit?
There are about 800,000 Filipinos in the UAE, more than half are in Dubai.
We either live with kabayans, stay or work in the same buildings, or meet hundreds in a week on the train or bus.
Is an extra income of P30,000-75,000 interesting for you?
If a client purchases a 1BR unit which typically costs P3 million
An agent can get up to P30,000 at 1% commission rate
More options will be given upon performance
An active sales associate typically closes 2 units/month
You could be part of our Sales Associate Team to promote SMDC condos in the UAE.
· You believe in property investment
· You love meeting people and making phone calls
· You must have a learner’s heart
· You must be a team player
· Set up SMDC appointments
· Attend SMDC events (once a month)
· Do your own presentation (accredited sales associate)
Remember, many OFWs can afford to invest in SMDC. They just need a person to link them to SMDC.
To apply for Sales Associate post, please call 055 1034589.
1. YOU CAN ALWAYS SHARE
If you co-buy with a friend, AED 400 each na lang! Di ba wiser to spend AED 400-800 for property investment kaysa sa gimik? Absent ka sa gimikan, condo owner ka naman.
2. EARN UP TO P1M IN VALUE APPRECIATION AT HANDOVER!
At 2008 launch, 1BR unit in Grass Residences near SM North was P1.75 million. By 2012, 1BR unit was P2.75 million. That’s P1 million profit just by waiting! So, why leave money in the bank?
3. YOUR BEST OFW REWARD: RENTAL INCOME
Manila employees and college students now prefer to live in condos. Most cannot buy but they can rent. OFWs are major condo investors. At handover, you pay amortization from condo rental. So, from hardworking OFW to condo landlord!
4. FIRST, PROFIT FROM CONDO RENTAL– THEN, BUILD YOUR HOME
Ideally, build a house kung gagamitin mo na. Mabagal ang value appreciation sa province; if you rent out naman, sobrang mura. Multiply na lang your hard-earned dirhams with SMDC condo. After some years, ibenta (kung kailangan) to build your home. Yung sobra, i-negosyo mo!
Condos are not just places to live in. If you do it right, you can rent out your condo and make it an instrument you can profit from.
Renting out a condo is profitable, plus, the process is pretty straightforward. As long as you set it up right in the beginning, the pay-off can definitely benefit your bank account, as well as you confidence. If you’re looking to make profit from renting out your condo unit, here are some helpful tips to guide you:
1. Identify your target market.
Review the condo’s features and identify a target market that will benefit from these features. For example, if the condo is located near the university belt and has student-oriented amenities; your primary market will be students. Identifying your target market helps you streamline your marketing efforts.
2. Dress up your unit.
The next step is to furnish the unit and prepare it for future tenants. The decision to furnish it or leave it bare is up to you. Some tenants will avoid purchasing big appliances, while some may be bringing in their own. At the very least, make sure that the unit looks presentable and attractive.
3. Market your unit.
Start by taking good pictures, not just of the unit, but also the building’s amenities and nearby establishments to give tenants a good idea of what it will be like to live there. Remember the features you listed earlier? Use these features to make a good sales pitch highlighting the benefits that address the needs of your tenant. Utilize online spaces to market your unit, as well as traditional media like classified ads, newsletters or flyers.
4. Prepare your unit for viewing.
Once you’ve started your marketing efforts, you’ll start getting inquiries. These potential tenants will want to see the unit, so this is your chance to impress them. Make sure broken items are fixed and retouch cracked paint. Clear all clutter and make sure the unit is well-lit. A tenant is more inclined to pick a space that looks and feels brand new.
5. Prepare the necessary documents.
After all your efforts, you’re ready to rent out your unit to a tenant. Now you have to prepare documents and contracts that will protect your interest, as well as your tenant’s. Some documents you’ll have to cover include the Proof of Ownership, the Official Receipt and Tax Registration, and a list of inclusions as an annex to the contract.
SMDC can help you in leasing out or maintaining your property. Click here to learn more about SMDC Property Management services.