What are the requirements to get a Certified True Copy/Certification/Verification?

Posted in Guides on May 2nd, 2011 by admin | No Comments »

Requirements: 1. Letter of Request or Transaction Application Form (TAF). 2. Photocopy of Title. 3. Identification Card How to Register: 1. Approach the Registration Information Officer (RIO) to check if you have the complete documentary required for your transaction. Complete the TAF 2. Submit complete documents and the TAF to the Entry Clerk and... ...read the full story

Checklist of Documentary Requirements – Estate Tax

Posted in Guides on April 18th, 2011 by admin | No Comments »

A. Mandatory Requirements (Taxable/Exempt) Tin of Estate Photocopy of the death certificate, subject to presentation of the original any of the following: Affidavit of self adjudication Deed of extra judicial settlement of the estate, if the estate has been settled extra judicially court order if settled judicially sworn declaration of all properties... ...read the full story

Steps and Procedures in Transferring a Title in the Philippines

Posted in Guides on September 16th, 2010 by admin | 23 Comments »

Steps and Procedures in Transferring a Title in the Philippines Agency Activity Requirements Duration 1. Local Attorney Notarization Deed of Absolute Sale (DOAS) few minutes 2. Assessors Office Affidavit of No Improvement (if there is no house built on the land) Tax Declaration, Photocopy of DOAS, Residence Certificate 1 Day 3. Land... ...read the full story

How to Know Maximum Loanable Amount?

Posted in Guides, QA on September 1st, 2010 by admin | No Comments »

Thinking of asking help from the bank to finance your mortgage or HDMF (Pag-Ibig)? Here’s  a way to determine if indeed your loan will be granted by computing for your maximum loanable amount. This is also useful if you want to know if you will be approved by the financial institution for your loan (qualify). From Real Estate in the Philippines... ...read the full story

Checklist of Documentary Requirements on Foreclosure Sale of Real Property – Philippines

Posted in Guides on August 29th, 2010 by admin | No Comments »

A. Mandatory Requirements – Taxable/Exempt Tin of Mortgagee and Buyer Notarized Deed of Consolidation, if any, but only photocopied documents shall be retained by the BIR. Certified True Copy of the latest Tax Declaration issued by the Local Assessor’s Office for land and improvement relevant to the date of transaction. Sheriff’s... ...read the full story

Frequently Asked Questions About Foreclosed Properties

Posted in Guides on July 28th, 2010 by admin | No Comments »

These questions are the ones we encounter on a regular basis. Hopefully as someone who’s interested in bidding/buying on foreclosed properties/acquired assets, you will take the time to read this article. 1. Do you need to spend some time learning the process before you can get good at it? Buying through foreclosure is a specialty and that you... ...read the full story

10 Questions to Ask When Buying a New House or Lot in the Philippines

Posted in Guides on July 10th, 2010 by admin | No Comments »

Buying a Real Estate Property in the Philippines or for any country for that matter requires due diligence by the prospective buyer: from searching for a property to finalizing the sale. Although a broker can help you furnish these documentary requirements, it’s always best to know in advance. Here are some basic questions to help you when buying... ...read the full story

Checklist of Documentary Requirements (CDR) Donor’s Tax (Philippines)

Posted in Guides on June 25th, 2010 by admin | 1 Comment »

Documentary Requirement – Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) Philippines A. Mandatory Requirements (Taxable/Exempt) Tin of all Donors Notarized Deed of Donation Certified True copy of the latest Tax Declaration issued by the Local Assessor’s Office for land and improvement applicable to the taxable transaction Owner’s copy for presentation... ...read the full story

Foreclosed Property Overview c/o lawyers.com

Posted in Guides on June 5th, 2010 by admin | No Comments »

Image by respres via Flickr Foreclosure occurs when a lender or other lien holder (person or organization that has the right to seize your property for payment on a debt) takes possession of a property because the property owner has failed to make regular, timely payments, and other efforts to collect the money have failed. Most people know... ...read the full story

How Do Foreclosures Work?

Posted in Guides on May 24th, 2010 by admin | No Comments »

Check out the link below to view the video from about.com on “How Do Foreclosures Work”. How do Foreclosures Work Video If you want to read the transcript, see below. It’s good read and applicable to most Foreclosed Properties in the Philippines. Transcript: How Do Foreclosures Work? Hi, I’m Elizabeth Weintraub for About.com.... ...read the full story

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