Dunpar Homes: Our (virtual) doors are open for business

Mar 30, 2020

Michael DiPasquale

Our Dunpar Homes family, like most families right now, has had to find a new normal these last few days. But we are committed to doing all we can to stop the spread of COVID-19.

That being said, we are still working for you; where you need us, when you need us.

Dunpar has shut down its office at this time and our staff are working from home. We briefly suspended construction at one of our sites and as a result of this delay, some planned occupancies at our Lake Shore Village community have been pushed back. For those homeowners who must move at this time, we are working with them to get them in to their unit if it is complete, taking all precautions while doing so.

For those customers still looking for a new home, we are open for business.

Dunpar Homes is an established builder, committed to the Greater Toronto Area for more than 30 years. Our properties are spread across the city and our depth of experience shows in this challenging time. As a modern and established developer, we are able to complete all elements of sales electronically. We can provide virtual tours of sites, floor plans, master plans, sales presentations, electronic document filing and one-on-one virtual meetings. We are available any time to answer questions.

Our Director of Sales and Marketing, Cynthia Del Peschio, will be hosting a Facebook Live interactive on Wednesday April 1 at 10:30 a.m. to answer your questions about the house hunting process during these unusual times. Head over to our Facebook page, or submit a question ahead of time.

https://www.facebook.com/dunparhomes/

Dunpar Homes is here for our Dunpar families – past, present and future.

Michael DiPasquale
Chief Operating Officer
Dunpar Homes

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