This is so sad and I think not right. I was told the same that it was their policy not to allow homebuyers to check their units unless they have the CFI or Clearance For Inspection.
However, this policy was nowhere written in the contract we signed.
This is actually the first time I heard a developer preventing its clients - the homebuyers - visit and inspect their respective homes that the developer has sold to them.
Considering the quality of units I've seen done by the ProFRIENDS contractors, nakakatakot.
It seems like the improper constructions and "possibly" substandard materials being used are being hidden from the homebuyers, so that the homebuyers would not be able to complain. What they can see during the inspection are the things visible only to the naked eye.
I've seen how the units were constructed in Carmona Estates, and judging from the comments from the other sites, they are basically the same.
The blue prints are not being followed. ProFRIENDS have been deviating from their own designs. But instead of enhancing the unit, in majority of cases, tinipid sa materyales.
Case in point is the hanger rods clearly stated in the blueprints. ProFRIENDS does not used hanger rods, but their contractors just use bent metal furring or bent carrying channel materials, and the spacings are not being followed. Hanger rods are hidden between the ceiling and roof. Homebuyers wouldn't be able to see them during the inspection. I was able to demand that my unit's hanger rods be completed, and the rusted C-Purlins and Purlin Fascia be repaired.
Another case is the 3 check valves for Oakwood based on the blueprints. I've been asking for these. It was only last week that they admitted to me that only 1 check valve is included in the budget.
Good luck na lang sa atin.