BPI makes it easy for Cebuanos to avail themselves of bank products and services during its ongoing Auto, Housing, and Lifestyle Madness event at Ayala Center Cebu.

The bank brings the whole range of its financial services – from account opening and deposits to personal and business loans – in one place from September 3-6, 2015 for the convenience of Cebu residents, said BPI-Cebu Capitol Cluster relationship manager Maximo Rey S. Eleccion.

For 2015, he added, BPI has set aside a total of P11 billion for consumer loans, including credit card, auto, personal, and housing loans, for the Cebu Business Center, which covers Cebu and the cities of Tagbilaran, Tacloban, and Ormoc.

“BPI has had a long and lively relationship with Cebu, and since Cebu City is at the heart of the Visayas and is accessible to everyone in the region, the Lifestyle Madness will always be here,” said Cebu and Eastern Visayas area business director Joseph Sidney Quimbo in a press statement.

BPI consumer loans

The bank has partnered with the country’s top automotive, real estate, franchising, and electronic brands to give Cebu and the rest of the Visayas the convenience of a one-stop-shop “for a new car or house, new business, new investment opportunities, or simply a lifestyle upgrade.”

Eleccion explained that anyone planning to buy a new car can pick from a variety of brands and even get lower rates or freebies when they take out an auto loan during the Lifestyle Madness event.

In terms of interest rates and appraisal, BPI’s housing loan is one of the most competitive in the industry, he cited, adding this is made possible by their partnership with several of the top property development companies.

At the same time, BPI is waiving the annual membership fee for life of credit cards applied for at the Auto, Housing, and Lifestyle Madness fair, Eleccion added. Other products the bank is offering during the event: BPI Family Ka-Negosyo franchising loans, asset management, zero percent installment plans or buy now, pay later options for gadgets and appliances.

Marlen is the editor of MyCebu.ph and co-founder of Cebu-based journalism startup InnoPub Media.

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