Yesterday, June 10th, VIVA GyM celebrated one more year of helping thousands of Peruvian families realize their dream of homeownership and fostering their well-being. Therefore, we cannot miss this opportunity to highlight some of the traits that have made Grupo Graña y Montero’s real estate company, VIVA GyM, the top-selling real estate company in Peru.
With a clear focus on the quality of their service and the sustainability of their condominiums, VIVA GyM has developed different programs which go beyond the business aspect to promote the well- being of its clients. The Ayni program, for instance, guides families through the process of settling into their new home and integrating with their new community of neighbors. It trains and helps families have the tools to look after, maintain and manage their homes.
Furthermore, the company has always looked to raise awareness and contribute to the conservation of the environment through its projects. That is why all of them include eco-friendly technologies and programs to sensitize and train neighbors. An example of this is ECO VIVA, a system that reuses shower water by filtering it to water the green areas.
Pedro Prieto, Social Management Manager, pointed out that the relationship with their clients is a priority at VIVA GyM. “Our relationship with our clients is important to generate sustainability over time. We go beyond delivering condos to our clients, we look to foster their well-being, and that can only be achieved through a long-term relationship.”, said Prieto.
At the moment, one of VIVA GyM’s biggest urban development projects in Lima is “Los Parques de Comas”, a project that consists of three condominiums: Villa Los Molles, Los Girasoles, and Alborada Club Residencial, with different housing alternatives designed around the needs of the company’s clients.
To this regard, Prieto says,“Los Parques de Comas is a long-term project . Once finished, it will allow us to provide a home to more than 12,000 families.”
We are still committed to the future of Peruvian families!