December 07, 2017
DMCI Homes advocates responsible condo ownership as it welcomes new unit owners
Unit owners share a toast with their fellow members of Sheridan Towers community.
In its belief that efficient property
management is about developing a sense of community in its projects, DMCI Homes
recently hosted a gathering of unit owners in its Sheridan Towers development
in Pasig City to promote responsible condominium ownership amid the increasing
popularity of vertical-living.
Enrico C. Wong, senior vice president of
DMCI Homes Property Management Corporation (DPMC) personally welcomed over 100
unit owners to Sheridan Towers even as he urged them to be responsible members
of the community.
“One of our objectives for this
gathering more than having a get together, is to create a culture of community spirit.
Don’t just be an owner of your unit. Please own the community,” Wong said in
his welcome remarks.
Properties, he said, deteriorate when residents
tend to be indifferent.
DMCI Homes Property Management Corporation (DPMC) Senior Vice President Enrico C. Wong urges unit owners to create a culture of community in Sheridan Towers.
“That’s why it is important for you to
be not just concerned with your property but also in building a community,” the
DPMC executive told unit owners.
“That’s why our philosophy in property
management is not just to repair or to address complaints, but to create a
culture that we are one as a family in this property. We believe in community
ownership and not just unit ownership,” he further explained.
As in other DMCI Homes’ projects, Wong
said DPMC will designate a council of advisors among residents who will help
the Property Management Office (PMO) plan, monitor, and create activities for
“When you own something, you treasure
it, you respect it, and you protect it. And that’s the principle we want to
have in this community—that people will not only care for their units but for
the whole community,” Wong said.
Dubbed as “Home At Last,” the event held
at the roof-deck of Sheridan Towers’ South Tower, also served as an opportunity
for unit owners to get to know concerned DMCI Homes officers for their smooth
transition into the community namely the Turnover Group, Property Management
Office, Customer Care, and Leasing.
A Sheridan Towers unit owner sings his heart out as he jams with the band.
Unit owners were treated to a night of fun,
music, games, and laughter as they got to mingle with DMCI Homes officers and
their fellow members of the community.
One of the residents who attended the
event, Rodel Manabat, welcomed the institution of such occasion citing its
benefits to new unit owners.
“This is very beneficial for new
homeowners to get acquainted with the executives, property management, customer
care and also with future neighbors of course,” the electrical engineer said.
A development of DMCI Homes, the first
Quadruple A developer in the country, Sheridan Tower’s South tower marked ready
for occupancy (RFO) status last September, one year ahead of the November 2018 target turnover schedule.
Sheridan Towers’ North
Tower, meanwhile, is scheduled for turnover in May 2020.