The night was filled with black and gold as ladies and gents paraded the red carpet of Visayas ballroom during the first Toshi Tim Land, inc. Annual Awards held at Grand Regal Hotel, Davao City on March 28, 2017.
The homegrown company is the developer behind Oakridge Residential Estate, a mid-cost to high-end subdivision located in Indangan, Davao City.
The program was graced by Toshi Tim Land, Inc. top officials, real estate broker partners, representatives from Asia United bank (AUB), Chinabank, and Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR).
Also present was Davao City councilor and majorityfloor leader of the city council Bernard Al-ag.
Welcoming the guests, Toshi Tim Land, Inc. CEO Romualdo dela Peña expressed his gratitude and hopes on the success of the company and its partners.
The program highlighted the awarding of the company’s top producers for 2016 for sales representatives, unit managers, and brokers.
The top three sellers of the year are Anthony Leuterio who received P850,000, Robert O. Baste with P800,000 and Emily Jane Caliso with P150,000.
Aside from recognizing their partners, the program also featured its own version of runway modelling competition with Toshi Tim Land Next Top Model where Ryan Sayson in his black suit and gold tie bested the male category while Geraldine Cañada, flaunting her black jumpsuit, won among the females.
To add more fun and excitement in the program, a raffle draw was also held.
According to dela Peña, the annual awards aimed not only to recognize their partners but to motivate and inspire them to perform even better in the years to come. He added, the project has already attained 50 percent sales out of 520 units.
The CEO also expressed interest in acquiring new properties to develop for residential projects. He said he is eyeing the Island Garded City of Samal as their next location.
“As of now, we are already 80 percent stable on sand grading,” his update on the project construction.
In 2016, the company hit an annual sales of P153 million, marking a 300 percent increase from P45 million in 2015. The company attributed this success not only to their partners but to the election to presidency of then Davao City mayor Rodrigo Duterte.
Last year, the company’s peak season was in August, the Kadayawan Festival season where most Davaoenos come home to celebrate with their loved ones.
Toshi Tim Land, Inc. is a housing developer based in Davao City. It is owned by Filipinos and Japanese entrepreneurs. The company originated from its international import-export business based in Japan. With its vision to provide Dabawenyos more housing options, Toshi Tim Land joined the real estate arena.
The company’s first project is strategically located at Indangan, Buhangin District, Davao City called Oakridge Residential Estate. The subdivision is conceptualized as a Japanese-themed community reflected on its house model designs.