BSP helps home hunters with new website partnership

Date: Wednesday 04th June 2014

Bank South Pacific is excited to announce a major partnership with; a local website listing all available properties for sale and rental in PNG.

"BSP has always been at the forefront of innovation. It's clear that Papua New Guineans are increasingly using the internet to make their lives easier and our sponsorship of is proof of our commitment to supporting our customer's choices", explains BSP Head of Marketing & Public Relations Julie Fraser.

"We are acutely aware of the critical shortage of housing throughout Port Moresby and much of PNG. allows people to access available housing more easily and quickly, and BSP supports initiatives such as this. Whether you are seeking to buy or rent a home, the financial considerations are significant and BSP can provide advice and services to help people achieve their goals", she adds.

BSP are also proud to be supporting the real estate industry via its sponsorship of Hausples.

The website is free for the public and has been rapidly gaining momentum since its launch in March this year. "We are thrilled to report that traffic has more than doubled in the last month, with nearly 60,000 page views." says Brian Byer, Hausples CEO.

Under the arrangement, BSP have become the major site sponsor of and the two companies will work together to improve people's access to housing and understanding of how finance can improve their options.

"Hausples deals with the most reputable real estate agencies in PNG including Century 21, Strickland Real Estate, DAC Real Estate and The Professionals. We are delivering a large level of customer inquiries which makes life a lot easier for the public and the real estate agencies"" says Mr Byer.

His views are shared by Century 21 Executive Chairman Brian Hull.

"Hausples is helping us achieve excellent outcomes for our customers and we are very happy to see their strategic alliance with one of PNG's most respected brands -BSP", says Hull.

Moving forward, BSP and Hausples will craft new financial literacy campaigns and explore new ways to reach customers.