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Damosa Land nominated in Lamudi’s Outlook 2019 Awards
Davao-based Damosa Land Inc. (DLI) had the distinct privilege of being amongst national developers in this year’s The Outlook 2019: Philippine Buyer’s Choice Property Awards by Lamudi Philippines, the nation’s largest online real estate platform for buying and selling properties.
Among the nominees, DLI stood out as one of the few Davao-based companies to be included in the list. “Being nominated in three categories this year underscores our achievements for the past 15 years as one of the premiere real estate companies in the region,” said Ricardo “Cary” Lagdameo, First Vice President of DLI the real estate and property development arm of the Anflo Group of Companies.
Damosa Land was nominated for Best Developer in Visayas and Mindanao. Other nominees include Ayala Land, Inc., AboitizLand, Inc., Cebu Landmasters, Inc., DMCI, Filinvest Land, Inc., and SM Development Corporation to name a few.
Two of DLI’s residential projects were also nominated. Damosa Fairlane, DLI’s first venture into residential development, was among the finalists for the category Best Housing in Visayas-Mindanao that included Cebu Landmasters, AboitizLand, Inc, Amaia Land Corporation, ACM Landholdings, Inc., and King Properties.
Seawind, the first condominium project of Damosa Land, was in the shortlist for Best Affordable Condominium in Visayas and Mindanao, joining the roster of big players such as Cebu Landmasters, Inc., Filinvest Land Inc., PHINMA Property Holdings Corporation, Filinvest Land Inc, Amaia Land Corporation, and Taft Property Venture Development Corporation.
This is the first time that Damosa Land made it to the finals of the Outlook Awards, now on its third year running.
“If Damosa Land has come for the first time this year, it’s because Damosa Land has come in and made noise online. And hence, the people watching and searching online have appreciated Damosa Land,” said Bhavna Suresh, CEO of Lamudi Philippines.
Mr. Cary Lagdameo was also acknowledged by the Property Editor of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, Tek Samaniego, as among the young blood who are bravely pushing for innovation and advancement in order to elevate the real estate industry in the Philippines today.
Over the years, DLI has been at the forefront when it comes to Mindanao’s real estate and property development industry. DLI continues to commit itself to developing innovative and quality projects while maintaining its commitment to being part of Mindanao’s growth and development.
DLI has established its name in the real estate industry after winning accolade after accolade that includes Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards’ Corporate Excellence Award and Asia CEO Awards’ Circle of Excellence for Executive Leadership Team of the Year, both in 2018.
Following its successful launch in 2017, The Outlook by Lamudi recognizes leading industry projects and developers of the Philippines as selected by an esteemed panel of judges and determined through a survey participated by 10,000 active annual property seekers. With the advances in technology and data gathering becoming a part of the industry’s norm, Lamudi is in a strong position to change the traditional ways of property searching.
Philippine real estate developers nominate their projects under different categories. The panel of judges then screen nominated projects and are put through a rigorous test via a survey among thousands of property seekers. Participating property seekers will then be grouped in a way that will ensure that audience groups will only vote in categories that match their search interests.
DLI marks its 15th Anniversary this year in the business of property development.
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