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Our competitive edge lies in the wide spectrum of product offerings targeting all market segments in different strategic locations all over the country. We also make sure that our projects feature distinct architectural house designs which are functional and at the same time conform with the project theme.

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Envisaging what this “new normal” might look like, families have realized the need to have their own homes, whether house and lot or condominium units, where they can live under a safe and secure environment.

They, too, realized the importance of a good property management firm which ensures that proper health protocols are followed at all times.

This service is provided by Suntrust Properties Inc. led by its president, Attorney Harry Paltongan, to uphold the welfare of its homeowners. In effect, this pandemic has changed the mindset of its investors as they realized the value-adding service, which it provides to protect them and their investments.

“Our homeowners’ safety and wellbeing are our primary concern. During the Luzon-wide ECQ, we made sure that our property management arm, Sunrays Property Management Inc., maintained the safety and security of all our communities, most especially our condominium projects,” Deanna Jean Claveria., Suntrust EVP-COO shared in an exclusive interview with the Daily Tribune. “We also embarked in CSR projects like rice and sanitizing alcohol distribution to our homeowners, neighboring barangays, construction workers, security guards, maintenance and housekeeping staff.”

Currently, construction activities are in full swing for all Suntrust projects all over the country, with a guarantee that they comply with the required health protocols and Department of Public Works and Highways guidelines for construction-related activities.

“Our company has surpassed many challenges brought about by economic upheavals. The resilience of our people, coupled by our desire to move forward as one solid force, has proven to be our greatest weapon to counter the ill effects of COVID 19,” Claveria said. “Thus, we have managed to navigate our way by adapting to the new trends in marketing our products. We have embarked in massive retraining of our people to help them adjust to the new normal way of conducting our operations.”

Washington place covered court.

Shanata pool and clubhhouse.

Suntrust has products for all market segments, from the lowest to the upper level of real-estate buyers.

“Our competitive edge lies in the wide spectrum of product offerings targeting all market segments in different strategic locations all over the country. We also make sure that our projects feature distinct architectural house designs which are functional and at the same time conform with the project theme,” Claveria explained.

Suntrust projects’ themes are inspired by famous landmarks. The Suntrust Verona gives the homeowners an authentic taste of Italy with its intricately designed Casa de Gulieta of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. The grand archway and clock tower is reminiscent of Verona, Italy’s grand entrance to the city’s center. The grand fountain is inspired by Sandro Botticelli’s famous painting The Birth of Venus. The subdivision also boasts of Verona’s romantic Ponte Pietra bridge leading to the subdivision. Another example is Suntrust Sentosa with two merlions guarding the project’s two entrance gates, just like Singapore’s national symbols.

“As in the past and in the future, we stand by our commitment to all our stakeholders. We will deliver what we have committed to our buyers and we will uphold our commitments to our partners. This pandemic has made us realize that we can do more,” Claveria said.

Shanata building. / Photographs courtesy of Suntrust Properties Inc.

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