Littlest gestures are the greatest

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Saturday, July 19, 2014

ATTENTION to details is what differentiates Damosa Land, Inc. (DLI) from other real estate developers. Holding a turnover ceremony for new residents, for one, is something that Damosa Land puts a great deal of time and effort into. For DLI, it is essential to give their homeowners only the best, starting from the time they set foot in their new home.

"We wanted to make sure that our homeowners feel that they are coming home to a welcoming community, not just in Damosa Fairlane but to all of Damosa Land communities. The turnover is a small gesture but we believe it’s the littlest things that count," said Alex Gocotano, assistant vice president for Damosa Land, whose constant presence during turnover ceremonies assures new residents that there is always a familiar face around.

Damosa Land, a homegrown real estate and property developer that developed the Damosa District and recently, Damosa Fairlane, has already turned over 11 houses in the last few months. One of the homeowner’s perks is a housewarming treat where Damosa Land formally hands over to them the keys that will open the doors to their new home.


But even the keys don't come alone as homeowners are also provided with a key-holder and a booklet of homeowner guidelines in a custom-made box made of handwoven t’nalak fabric.

To add flavor to the turnover gifts are prosperity items such as salt, grains and water, all symbolic of what the homeowner needs for a bountiful life at our communities. Adding color to the table is a basket of fruits, wine and bread to wish the homeowners a happy and healthy life. Because it is a cause for celebration to start fresh in a new home, Damosa Land prepares all of these items and gathers the homeowners and their closest friends and relatives to an intimate celebration of food and music.

"We understand how valuable every house is for the homeowners because this is an investment where they put their hard-earned money. Thus, we place just as much importance in what we do for our homeowners. One of the many things we do is the house turnover ceremony to show them that we care. We want them to feel that their purchase is not only an asset but also something that brings quality life for them and their family," said Cary Lagdameo, vice president for Damosa Land Residential.

As a community builder, Damosa Land understands how important it is for a family to come home to a relaxed environment that allows quality time and other simple pleasures that everyone would truly love to indulge.

Overlooking these little things in life is missing the biggest part of life itself.

"We know that being keen to simple details can make a huge difference to our valued homeowners and that is why we take exceptional care of these little things. This is going beyond what is needed to make sure everyone in the community experiences life to the fullest," Lagdameo added.

Damosa Land is set to turnover more houses in the months to come, meticulously working on every house to make it more of a home.

"We make sure that every detail is impeccable for that optimal homeowner satisfaction," Lagdameo further said.

The ongoing construction of other amenities like the basketball court and the kid’s playground makes it even more exciting for homeowners to start moving in to Damosa Fairlane as these amenities are scheduled to be inaugurated around the last quarter of this year.

Now, enjoying life's simple but greatest pleasure is even made easier in a community that recognizes its worth.

Damosa Land is the real estate and property development company of the Anflocor Group – the company that is responsible for developing business and lifestyle oriented commercial center, Damosa District.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on July 20, 2014.


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