San Jose Builders ready for contactless selling of properties

Prioritizing clients’ safety and welfare, New San Jose Builders Incorporated (NSJBI), premier Filipino real estate developer, stepped up its communication efforts amid the critical times through its recently launched website redesign project — www.nsjbi.com.ph.

Built around customer feedback, the website promotes seamless digital and contactless home buying with its streamlined, user-focused design that guides prospective and existing clients to the information and services with ease.

NSBJI goes digital for Filipinos to buy homes.

 “NSJBI is now ready for contactless selling of properties. With this [website] update, we are giving our buyers another way of doing business and making things easier for all our clients. An access to our site and a tap on their phones will give our buyers the option to reserve their future home wherever they are,” said Leo A. Barrosa, senior vice president of NSJBI.

On the homepage, an addition of a video montage featuring the company’s properties and its condominium projects was produced to give a quick look of what the brand is all about.

While building trust and confidence among clients is too often taken for granted, NSJBI’s consistent online presence and clear brand message are the key points that establish trusting relationship with potential customers.

More so, the new vital security enhancements provide more protection against fraud, unauthorized access and identity theft.

For more information about its projects, you may visit https://nsjbi.com.ph/.

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