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Buying a Home? Property Sellers are Offering More Flexible Terms During the Pandemic

If you have the funds, go for it!

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COVID-19 may get you thinking twice about pushing through with a property investment, but if you know what you want and you’ve already set aside money for it, this may actually still be a good time to push through with it.

In an interview with Real Living, Ayala Land Premier account manager and licensed broker Mia Bianca David Nunga, shares that many developers are more considerate of the current situation. “I would define it more of having flexible payment terms or price adjustments for cash buyers.”

Take down notes from the full video below:

Interview by: Charlene J. Owen

Video editing by: Jean Saturnino

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