DMCI-Consunji ‘di nahiya sa mga marupok na condo
Isang malaking katanungan para sa mga may-ari ng condo ng DMCI-Consunji kung bakit tanging ang kanilang condo lamang ang nasira sa nangyaring lindol sa Davao City noong nakaraang taon.
“Of all the four condo projects in Duterte City, 12 building structures in total, 1 collapsed, 1 condemned, 7 buildings were ordered to be vacated and the remaining 3 are still under construction but 2 of that were even yellow tagged. Ladies and gentlemen , I’m not saying DMCI built poor structures structures, but this is something you don’t expect from the Consunji-led empire,” ayon sa Facebook post ni James Patoc, spokesperson ng DMCI-Verdon Parc homeowners.
“The very big question which was not answered up until this very day is that ‘what happened?’ The whole Davao City experienced the same intensity but only your projects suffered gravely, all your projects by the way,” sabi ni Paltoc.
Bukod sa Verdon Parc (na may isang tapos na gusali at 3 hindi pa natatapos), apektado rin ang iba pang DMCI project gaya ng Ecoland 4000, Magallanes Residences at Palmetto Place .
Isa pang netizen na si Ian de Veyra ang nagpahayag ng pagkadismaya sa iniaalok na kompensasyon ng mga Consunji sa mga DMCI victim.
“This is how DMCI has been treating their homeonwers! They build them a substandard building that can’t even withstand a magnitude 6.3-6.7 earthquake and when the owners get scared of living coz their fear for their lives, they offer to buyback their units to almost the same amount as they acquired it more than 10 years ago!!! They forcefully hand out losing investment to their homeowners even when it’s their fault for making substandard buildings. They have no shame!” litanya ni De Verya habang ipinapakita ang larawan ng mga malalaking bitak o cracks ng DMCI ‘s Magallanes Residences.
“DMCI’s final offer to Magallanes Residences’s Homeowners is not just disappointing but is also very unjust . MagRes’ location is in the heart of the city and I’m sure the increase in market value of that property from 2009 to present is nowhere near 25 percent but even higher than double,” dagdag pa ni De Verya.
Dahil rito, binatikos ni Patoc ang mga Consunji dahil sa alok na 125 percent buyback sa mga biktimang unit owner na nagbayad ng 6 percent capital gains tax ( 150 percent ang hirit ng mga biktima) at 40,000 cash assistance kada buwan mula sa hiling na P50,000 ng mga condo owner.
“This transaction has both benefited the developer and the seller, but only the buyer has exposed to the safety risk since we are the one who lived in the building and experienced all the trauma, stress, anxiety and helplessness,” paliwanag ni Patoc.
Hindi lubos maisip ni Patoc kung pano nasisikmura ni DMCI chair Sid Consunji na mag-alok ng hindi patas na kompensasyon sa mga biktima gayong binalaan na ito ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte na bayaran ang mga naperwisyong mga unit owner.
“We don’t know how a billionaire thinks. We have no idea how he process date and compute profits and losses. I guess, in this lifetime, we will always wonder all the how’s and why’s , as only few of us will be able to amass such amount of wealth,” dugtog pa ni Patoc.