LOOKING back to when we were still young and with the wildest of imaginations, ever recall how your first house looked like? Did it have a blue or red roof? Did it have a tree or a garden around it? Was it surrounded by birds and dogs or lit by a warm and beautiful sunrise? Do you remember? Well, let’s not keep that dream a dream!
Daily deposit, withdrawal transactions and bills payments, these words have always coexisted with our relationship with financial institutions ever since we got our first bank account. More than the usual banking transactions, these institutions can be our partners in helping us achieve our biggest life aspirations and dreams.
Being true to its mission of Humanising Financial Services, Maybank Philippines Inc., more commonly known as Maybank, continues to thrive in the local community by reaching out to Filipinos who are ready to take the next step into turning their dreams into reality.
In the past years, the bank’s home loan product continued to improve its market share and achieve a 20% increase in loan bookings. This just means that more and more Filipinos are able to live in their own homes with Maybank’s Home Loan facilities, so why not get a head start with yours. Don’t fret because their services can fit your every need.
With Maybank Home Loan, you can borrow as low as Php 500,000 to start things off and get a decision in just five (5) banking days. So, whether you’re eyeing for a new house and lot for the family, a vacant lot to construct on or a soon to rise or existing condominium unit, opening the doors to your dream home is easy! Apart from that, you can even use the loan proceeds to renovate your home to fit in your growing family. Whatever you need, Maybank Home Loan will be with you very step of the way.
To learn more, you may visit the Maybank Cagayan De Oro branch located at Pioneer House CDO, Corner A. Velez and Mabini Streets or simply log on to the Maybank Website at www.maybank.com.ph. PR
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