KMC MAG expansion rides on growth of RP property sector

The Daily Tribune, 01-13-2013

KMC MAG, which won the International Property Award of Asia Pacific for 2012-2013, is looking to capitalize on the strong growth in the property sector with a major expansion slated in 2013. The company is the property manager of NEC and is one of the fastest growing commercial and residential services provider in the Philippines owing to its honest and transparent approach, founders Gregory Kittelson, Michael McCullough and Amanda Rufino Carpo said.

The company recently transferred its headquarters to a lead building in the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City. Since its incorporation, KMC MAG has leased out more than 500,000 square feet throughout Metro Manila. It offers a complete non-bias level of service for clients, investors, property owners and detailed customer oriented involvement, they said. "From tenant representation to asset management, project marketing, capital markets, offshoring corporate services, consulting and research, residential services and serviced offices, KMC MAG meets the needs of each client, big or small, local or international. It takes pride in its in-depth knowledge, high client satisfaction rate, and nationwide coverage of the Philippine market."

"The KMC MAG advantage means no additional service fees for tenants, an exclusive representation guarantee, a commitment to personalized service regardless of the size of the business, access to KMC's proven network of vendors, such as architects, contractors, project managers, and IT companies, and a one stop shop for foreign entry into the Philippines," vice president of marketing Yves Luethi said.

Luethi calls their client engagements "relationships," and adds that the company is at the forefront of "green" companies in Manila. Last Christmas, KMC MAG purchased 50 seedlings through Makati Shangri-la's Be An Angel, Adopt-A-Seedling program. This is in support of Haribon's Rainforest and Organization Advocacies for 2020, an environmental conservation movement committed to restore one million hectares of Philippine rainforests using native tree species by year 2020.