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A worthy story for a brand new home with ‘Pro-Friends Ka Rin Ba?’ campaign

MANILA, Philippines—Do you personally know someone who needs a home and has a beautiful story to share? Now, you have the chance to be their true friend.

Property Company of Friends, Inc. or Pro-Friends, in celebration of its countdown to its 15th year in the real estate industry in 2014, launched exciting programs to benefit Filipino families.

One of the projects in anticipation of the company’s crystal year is a video essay contest dubbed as “Pro-Friends ka rin ba?”

This contest aims to give individuals a chance to nominate a friend or a relative, and make a minute to a minute-and-a-half video on why this person deserves a Pro-Friends home. The winner will win a Sophie house model from Pro-Friends, tax-free.

Sophie is a 52 sqm single-attached house on an 80 sqm lot area. It has three bedrooms, two toilets and baths, a living room, dining area, kitchen, linear park, and a provision for one-car garage.

Pro-Friends is one of the fastest growing developers in the country today. It is the developer of Lancaster Estates and Bellefort Estates in Cavite and Parc Regency Residences in Iloilo.

The company has 37 on-going projects and 52 completed and successful communities. For more information about “Pro-Friends ka rin ba?” visit www.profriendskarinba.com. (advt)

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Tags: Bellefort Estates , Inc. , Lancaster Estates , Parc Regency Residences , PRO-FRIENDS , property , Property Company of Friends , Real Estate

  • Jerome

    I have a question. What happened to the complaint by one of its home owners that says that their house was substandard and started leaking water by its second year. As what the PR officer from pro friends replied that it was due to wear and tear. I believe that this was shown in GMA7.

  • wels

    check nyo sponsored forum nila sa pinoy exchange sa home and gardens

  • mavtan

    Kung gusto mo ng bulok na bahay sa Pro-friends andami! :)

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/GJZ66OHFLRMET7N5FHRSY65HMM jo


  • kismaytami

    Yang lancaster project nila ang nagdulot ng malaking trapik sa Imus, Cavite.

  • belairskycrapper

    …. unworthy of its main intentions. stop railroading human brains of economy class.
    be real . unmasked your strategy….. no such things as contest and winning ….

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