Thursday, September 3, 2015

CitiGlobal welcomes the Bossings to their new home

Most Filipinos at least has one relative who is working abroad as migrant workers. It is not easy for the family to lose one member to work in another time zone with different culture, language and most of the time ethnicity. These are some sacrifices families have to make a better life.

The overseas Filipino workers are the new heroes and heroines in our country. They bring the money for the economy even though they endured many sacrifices. This is where real estate company CitiGlobal assists them to make an investment to make them profitable.

CitiGlobal offers affordable housing units in Tagaytay Fontaine Villas. In this manner, the OFWs will have their own retirement house or make a business out of it as a transient house since Tagaytay is a major tourist destination.

Just so happens that most of the residents in Tagaytay Fontaine Villas are usually OFWs because they are eager to finally own a property in a scenic location like Tagaytay. Ms. Grace Alfonso who is based in U.S., still longs to go back to the Philippines and retire. She shares that when she saw the ad online; she immediately inquired and decided to invest in it. Now, she is one of the proud owners of a property in Tagaytay Fontaine Villas.

Presenting them for the ceremonial turnover for their new house is none other than CitiGlobal ambassador  Vic Sotto despite his hectic schedule of his daily noontime show; he still made the time to surprise them that afternoon in a thanksgiving meal.

Most are not aware that despite the popularity of Vic Sotto, he was very discreet when it comes to helping people. He never publicize anything for public service. That is why the reason he is the ambassador for CitiGlobal. For Vic Sotto, they are the bossings.

I see a future in our country when we no longer need to send OFWs because there are stable investments that CitiGlobal can do for all Filipinos.  But it all depends if you make the big step. For more updates, follow this blog and like L.E.N.S. blogs on Facebook.

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