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July 04, 2016

DMCI Homes Earns 5th Reader's Digest Most Trusted Brand Award

For five years in a row, leading real estate firm DMCI Homes was again honored as Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brand for 2016 under the property developer category.

 

The recognition was received by DMCI Homes Assistant Vice President for Marketing and Customer Care Jan Venturanza during the Reader’s Digest Trusted Brands awarding ceremony held last June 30 at the Marco Polo Hotel in Quezon City.

 

Now on its 18th year, Reader’s Digest hails companies and products that has been selected through consumer survey. Different categories were rated based on qualitative characteristics as trustworthiness and credibility, quality, value, understanding of customer needs, innovation, and social responsibility. Winners of this year's Reader's Digest Most Trusted Brand were based on the survey commissioned by highly recognized market research agency, Catalyst, across Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Philippines.

 

“To be honored as one of the country’s most trusted brands is definitely an inspiration for DMCI Homes to further uphold integrity and excellence in all undertakings. More than the recognition, being trusted and to be on top of mind of the consumers is more than a promise of responsibility to them,” Venturanza said.

 

For more than 15 years, DMCI Homes has continuously been committed to providing quality lifestyle to its residential communities. Considered as one of the top developers in the country, DMCI Homes gives high regard on ensuring world-class craftsmanship and quality service to consumers and communities.

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June 20, 2016

DMCI Homes brings communities closer together through sports


A high quality life is not just defined by a fine home. It is also about living in a healthy community where the environment is secured and nurturing values and relationships form an essential part of everyday life.

In DMCI Homes’ residential developments, taking care of homeowners’ quality of life is something that the developer strongly upholds. Community development is one of the ongoing priorities and this manifest in making residents feel like they belong to one big family.

As one of its community development initiatives, the developer recently held its annual DMCI Homes Communities 2016 Basketball Tournament. The month-long sports fest gathered teams composed of players from the developer’s communities in different areas of Metro Manila.

It was an activity that not only connects communities together, but also helped promote health and values such as sportsmanship. The sport is particularly an avenue for junior players to develop a determination to excel, while having fun and recognizing the significance of fair play. The activity further encourages residents to be more involved in community development whether it is initiated by DMCI Homes or their Property Management group.

“We’ve chosen basketball as our means of bringing the community closer because of the sport’s popularity,” explained Enrico Wong, Vice President of the DMCI Homes Property Management Corporation (DPMC). “It’s the one thing we could all agree on, whether you’re in high school, college or even as a working adult.”

With the current lifestyle of today’s young generation, who now seldom spend time with their family at home, Wong said now is the right time to come up with an activity where the young ones could also experience what it really means to be home.    

“At DMCI Homes, our definition of a home is different. It’s not just a place where you just sleep, it’s a place where you can forget all your troubles, just relax and say this is my home, and it feels real good to be home,” beams Wong.

The developer’s residential communities are actually built according to property development ideals that encourage neighbors to get close to one another. Its projects are known for their relaxing resort-inspired theme, nature-rich environment, generous open spaces, and numerous amenities that offer the best venues for bonding, rest and recreation.

Team 1's junior and senior players are from Magnolia Place representing DMCI Homes’ communities from the north. Team 2 representing condos from Manila are mostly homeowners of La Verti Residences in Pasay City and their children.

Team 3's senior players are from Cedar Crest in Acacia Estates, Taguig City while its junior basketeers are children of homeowners from other condo communities in Acacia Estates. Aside from Cedar Crest, the 150-hectare township is the site of Rosewood Pointe, Royal Palm Residences, Verawood Residences, Birchwood Residences, Ivorywood, and Maple Place.

Team 4 consists of players from the south with Ohana Place homeowners playing for the tournament's senior division and kids from Sienna Park Residences and Raya Garden playing in the junior division. Team 5, representing condo owners from Pasig City, is composed of players from Mayfield Park Residences.

Executives of DMCI Homes led the tournament’s opening ceremony that introduced the teams' players, their muses, and the referees. There had been a pledge of sportsmanship by the players, followed by the Olympic-style lighting of the tournament's ceremonial flame. The awarding of the best muse came in next, before the first games officially began.

The tournament has been attracting more and more participants each year such as the likes of Frederick Ramos, playing coach of Team 2's senior players and a homeowner at La Verti Residences along Taft Avenue in Pasay. "We not only like to play with our neighbors. We also want to play with teams from other DMCI Homes communities," said Ramos. "It trains us to become better players aside from letting us meet new people," he said.

"This kind of activity is good in building friendship, cooperation and trust among homeowners," said Raul Putong, coach of Team 3's junior players and a resident of Sienna Park Residences in Bicutan, Paranaque City. "It also makes our community lively."                                                                                                  

The tournament is a joint project of DMCI Homes Property Developers, Inc. and DPMC, which also aims to encourage residents to get more engaged in community matters.  The event is one of the many initiatives that aim to give homeowners a holistic experience other than good quality homes. 

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August 27, 2007

Love is in bloom at Rosewood Pointe

To welcome the month of love, DMCI Homes, the fastest growing Triple-A builder-developer in the country, recently opened the doors of Rosewood Pointe for a pre-Valentine open house event.  Entitled "Love is in bloom at Rosewood Pointe", the romantic occasion becomes an early chance for all attendees to celebrate Valentine's Day via the line-up of activities. It also gave everyone a glimpse of the exciting new developments in the premium development.

Guests made their way to the airy ground level parking area which was set up to reflect the romantic mood of the day.  The tables were adorned with lovely centerpieces complementing the red, pink and white motif, while floral accents served to remind that love is indeed abloom at Rosewood Pointe.

A special Mass was held at the beginning of the event, after which DMCI top management led by its managing director Alfredo R. Austria and guests made their way to the driveway to witness the blessing of the Rosewood Pointe's entrance gate, signifying that the development was now opening its doors to potential residents.  The open house also celebrates the launch of Building J, which will feature even more exciting amenities to further enhance the Rosewood Pointe lifestyle.

Host Kat Manalo then enticed guests to check out the various activities laid out for their enjoyment.  As it was a Valentine's Day celebration, the flower bazaar made it possible for them to view beautiful flower arrangements and gave guests delightful ideas on what to give loved ones for that special day.  Flower shops like Spruce Manila, Feliz, and Redsa's offered a wide array of flower arrangements for guests to choose from.  Those who want to make an early day of Valentine's were able to have their flowers delivered as the bazaar included courier service Raphael's, which also displayed other grand gift ideas for the day of hearts.

Spruce Manila's owner, Patricia Pastelero, gave a practical and informative presentation on flower arrangements.  With flowers being the  number gift for Valentine's Day, Pastelero's tips on how to prolong the lifespan of the flowers and even how to make one's own exciting arrangements were surely treasured by the guests.

Even the kids are not left out of the romantic celebration.  An area was especially set up for Valentine card making, and the children had a grand time making their own Valentines to give to their parents and friends.

Amidst the hustle and bustle, beautiful music was heard throughout.  Acoustic duo Arcane's repertoire included timeless love songs as well as more popular tunes that definitely set the day's romantic tone.

Rosewood Pointe is one of the many exciting developments to rise in the metro.  Only minutes away from the Bonifacio Global City in the progressive City of Taguig, Rosewood Pointe provides the convenience of city living with a location that puts transportation hubs, business and shopping destinations, and educational and medical institutions within easy reach.

More than the convenience it provides, it is Rosewood Pointe's enticing look that attracts would-be residents.  The only Neo-Asian family condominium, Rosewood Pointe's Asian-style architecture provides the complex with a resort-like atmosphere, perfect for those who aspire for a calmer, relaxed and unhurried home environment for their families.  Features like the koi pond, Asian garden, clubhouse, pool and playground provide residents with an infinite array of choices for rest and relaxation, a rarity in this decidedly urban area.

Rosewood Pointe is a premium development of DMCI Homes, the only triple-A contractor-developer that provides premium quality, urban friendly, fully-services communities to young, middle income families.  DMCI Homes is committed to building communities that respond to the needs and wants of the Filipino family ---emphasizing on quality time spent with their loved ones in an environment that is
healthy and good for the general well-being of a growing family.  Beyond reliable structures, DMCI Homes' residential communities provide a solid foundation here a family may create a place of their own where it can also be enjoyed by generations to come.

For more information about Rosewood Pointe and DMCI Homes, please call our Sales Hotline at 888-3333 or log on to http://www.dmcihomes.com/.

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June 29, 2007

Weekend at The Manors

What will we do without weekends? After a long stressful week at work, who does not look forward to a quiet weekend spent with family at home? Who does not look forward to a weekend of leisure and relaxation? The weekend is the time for doing things together with the family. It is a great time to bond and share precious moments with your children. It is also the time for pampering yourself-for getting a massage or a new haircut; for finishing that book; for gardening or engaging in your favorite hobby; for golf or tennis; or simply doing nothing. Who does not love weekends? Weekends are for picnics, for eating out, or bringing a pot luck dish for the weekly family get-together. Weekends are for having fun and a spending it with your love one.

One weekend, recently, families gathered and had a pleasant time at the open house at The Manors at Celebrity Place, the residential development of DMCI Homes in Capitol Hills, Old Balara, in Diliman, Quezon City. "Experience Pure Indulgence" the invitation said, and the guests did. The day's activities started with Sunday Mass which was attended by residents and special guests, led by DMCI Homes president Isidro Consunji and project director Adamor Trinidad. This was followed immediately by the blessing of the new model unit (Canterbury Unit 103) and the new sales office (Canterbury Unit 104).

Guests at The Manors open house enjoyed a sumptuous barbeque buffet at the pavilion, which was tastefully decorated with banig and bamboo accents, and light green and white drapes that caught the cool breeze. And as if that was not enough, guests were also treated to a relaxing foot spa and massage. The day of pampering and rejuvenation went on until late in the afternoon for interested buyers and walk-ins. It was indeed a pleasant day to experience pure indulgence at the open house of The Manors at Celebrity Place. No one could be blamed for wishing the weekend would never end.

The Manors at Celebrity Place features seven mid-rise residential buildings built on 8,975 sq. ms. of prime land. The mid-rise walk-up condominiums measuring from 60 to 120 sq ms each are designed as flats with single loaded corridors. Two units per floor share a common stairway.  The units in the upper floors feature balconies, while the residents on the ground floor can enjoy a garden.

The Nottingham building feature four units per floor, with two bedroom and three bedroom units, while The Porchester building has five floors and feature a dedicated utility area on the roof deck.

The Manors is an ideal place to raise a family in a quiet and secure residential community, away from the stressful environment of the workplace. Unit owners automatically enjoy free playing rights at the Celebrity Club, the recreational, leisure, and health club, which is located right next door. An Olympic-sized swimming pool is the centerpiece of the Celebrity Club. Next to it are the kiddies' pool and the splash pool with its giant water slides. The club's gym boasts of state-of-the art fitness equipment. Badminton courts, indoor tennis courts, and a basketball covered court, are among its other facilities. Residents at The Manor don't have to go far to enjoy a truly fun weekend.

The Manors at Celebrity Place is another prime community development of real estate developer DMCI Homes. DMCI Homes is the only Triple-A builder/developer that provides premium quality, urban friendly, fully serviced communities for young families with modest income aspiring to live in comfort with the conveniences of the city.

If you want to find out more about The Manors at Celebrity Place, you may call our hotline at 888-3333 or log on to our website at http://www.dmcihomes.com/.

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April 14, 2007

A Tea Party at The Manors Celebrity Place

Once upon a time, the first cup of tea was sipped and hence mankind discovered yet again another beverage to add to his repertoire. Its flavor and healthful benefits have made tea endure throughout the ages.

According to tea party expert organizer Noreen Belen, though no one knows exactly when the first tea leaves were brewed, legend has it that a Chinese emperor traveling through the woods of his vast empire had ventured to rest and ordered his servants to boil a pot of water for him. Just as the servants were putting the pot of water on top of the fire, a gusty wind blew, taking with it a bunch of dried leaves that immediately landed into the pot. By the time the servants noticed this, the leaves had already steeped into the boiling water, lending it an amber hue. Since there was no time to boil another pot of water as the emperor was very thirsty, the servants supposedly served the amber liquid to their master. Fortunately, the emperor liked what he tasted and ordered his servants to serve this drink to him from then on. Thus, so they say, tea was discovered.

This tale could not be verified, however, but history would tell you that tea was first drunk in China and was later brought to Japan by Zen Buddhist monks who felt that drinking the amber liquid aided their meditation, kept them awake, and probably kept their hunger pangs at bay.

Many years later, tea was brought to several parts of the world via large ships - the same ones that brought Asian spices to different areas of Europe. Shipping made tea expensive and hence, only the very rich, those from the noble classes in Europe, could afford to drink it.

 Belen says that during the 1700s, Europeans ate only two meals a day: they broke their fast very early in the morning and would have dinner late at night. Thus, there is a yawning gap in between these two meals that quite frankly, made some very hungry.

Duchess Anna of Bedford, Belen continues, could not stand the hunger any longer and therefore devised a way in which she could still eat and yet not spoil their appetite for dinner. She invited her friends for a tea party and thus was born what is known today as the Victorian Tea Party.

Belen relates that Victorian tea parties of old were very elegant affairs - hosts or hostesses used the best silver and China, served the most exquisite sweets and the most expensive teas - a graceful backdrop for conversing with friends, family members, or new acquaintances.

Today, however, Belen says tea parties can be both simple and extravagant, depending on the occasion and desires of the host but with a unifying element - teas, some food, and lots of conversation. A taste of the tea party as we know it today was brought to the guests at the recently concluded open house event in DMCI Homes' The Manors at Celebrity Place in Diliman, Quezon City.

A Tea Party was held at the Portchester activity area of The Manors for the entire day on February 4. The day began with a Holy Mass celebrated by Fr. Inocencio Garcia. Afterwards, a ceremonial hand over of tea sets was conducted by DMCI Homes for the newly moved in residents of The Manors at Celebrity Place.

To complete the tea party experience, a tea exhibit featuring various concoctions of herbal teas was also given by DMCI Homes, as well as a tea talk by Belen who presented a lecture on how to mount a proper tea party.

Belen explained that there are two kinds of teas - a low tea and a high tea. Low teas are held using low tables or coffee tables such that you would find in many homes all over the world and are usually done in the early afternoon. Dishes that are filling, such as sandwiches, pasta, and other hors d'oeuvres that are savory rather than sweet and have meat in it are normally served during low tea. High teas on the other hand are done in the late afternoon wherein sweets, pastries, cookies and cakes are served.

Belen gave tips and valuable advice on which teas to serve during high or low tea. She also told the guests that today, tea parties can be conducted using a certain theme; for example, a Victorian hat tea party wherein guests are requested to come to the party wearing their most Victorian-ish hats, or a teacup party where guests are asked to bring their favorite teacup and take their teas in it after explaining to the other guests why their teacup is special to them.

The guests were treated to a buffet lunch wherein they sampled various dishes that would normally be served during low tea - sandwiches, pasta, crepes, and of course, Ceylon tea.

While the guests were enjoying a leisurely lunch, classical music was performed by duo Guitarista Simpliciano. Bringing children along these affairs would normally stress out the parents since, while enjoying the activities for the day, the children would be left with nothing to do but whine and ask when they could leave. But not with any DMCI Homes event because there is always an activity catered specifically for children. This time, at The Manors Celebrity Place, a clay art painting activity was held to the delight of the parents and their children.

The Manors at Celebrity Place is another prime community development of DMCI Homes that entitles the homeowner to an automatic membership to the exclusive Celebrity Sports Club. The sports club boast of modern sports and fitness facilities that features an Olympic-size swimming pool which continues to be the centerpiece of the the Celebrity Sports Club, indoor tennis, basketball covered court, badminton courts, 16-lane bowling center, an archery and fencing hall, the newly-built boxing ring for boxing aficionados, and the state-of-the art gym. The club also features a Grand ballroom which is ideal for weddings, debuts and club-produced shows, two fine-dining restaurants and business centers. Homeowners can enjoy all of these fantastic amenities with just a very minimal monthly fee.

Living in The Manors at Celebrity Place is having it all - the convenient location and proximity to the top universities in the country such as Ateneo and UP Diliman, leisure areas, places of worship, key government institutions and different hospitals, means you are never too far away from anything and anyone.

As for the condominiums, the homes at The Manors bear the trademark of the quality workmanship of DMCI Homes. Spacious living spaces coupled with the clean lines of the buildings, lots of open spaces, drying and storage areas all make for a relaxing abode amid the largest city in Metro Manila.

DMCI Homes is the only Triple-A builder/developer that provides premium quality, urban friendly, fully serviced communities for the young families with modest income aspiring to live in comfort with the conveniences of the city.

If you want to find out how you can have it all at The Manors Celebrity Place, you may call our hotline at 888-3333 or visit  the model units located at the  Ground floor of Celebrity Club(formerly Celebrity Sports Plaza) Main lobby along Capitol Hills Drive, Old Balara, Diliman, Quezon City or you may log on to our website at www.dmcihomes.com.

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March 1, 2007

DMCI Unveils Raya Garden's Clubhouse

DMCI Homes recently held blessing and inauguration rites for Raya Garden Condominium's Grand Pavilion, a special event that signified the emergence of a growing community within this Bali-inspired sanctuary in the heart of Paranaque City.

Last month on a Saturday morning blessed by fair weather, the Pavilion was decorated with Asian embellishments such as fabrics that fluttered freely with the wind and other accents that exuded of warmth and exotic charm.  It was an auspicious day to hold a momentous occasion for Raya Garden, another resort-type development project of DMCI Homes distinguished by its Balinese architecture and design.

The programme started with a short prayer led by Fr. Vir Pedragoza from Paranaque, summoning good graces to be showered on the spanking new facilities of the Pavilion.  He then invited key officials from DMCI for the ribbon-cutting ceremonies, including Alfredo Austria (Managing Director), Alfonso Cervero (Director for Customer Care), Flor Ofrecio (Director for Sales), Richard Ong (first resident of Raya Garden) and Mrs. Fredesvinda Consunji representing her husband Mr. David M. Consunji, founder of DM Consunji, Inc.

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February 6, 2007

Starting the Year Right with a New Year's Brunch at Mayfield Park Residences

As 2007 begins, we hope anew for a better tomorrow for us and for our family. We live in a modern world where very often human contacts even with our loved ones are forsaken because of the stresses and demands of the workaday world.

But what parent does not want a closer relationship with their children? Ample time to bond and connect with the people who are most important to them, plenty of opportunity to steer their children in the right direction, and peace of mind knowing that their family is safe and secure in their home and community.

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