frequently asked questions
To reserve a unit, you need the 2 valid ID's, Reservation fee, Client Registration Form, TIN, Reservation Agreement.
Cash / Bank Financing / In-House Financing.
Yes, foreigner can purchase a condominium unit, but not House and Lot, unless the buyer is legally married to a Filipino.
After completing the minimum downpayment you will be tasked to inspect the unit, settle the turnover fees. This process would take at most a month.
Closing fees covers Documentary Stamp Tax, Transfer Fees, Registration Fees, notarial and documentation fees and other administrative and handling fees in order to transfer title to buyer's name. This should be settled before you can loan from Bank or Pag-Ibig since they require this.
Yes, if you are a local client, you can have the unit held for one (1) day. If you are overseas, you can have the unit held for three (3) days. During your holding period, no one can reserve the unit other than you. Units have a maximum of 2 holds and after the hold lapses, it's going to be open to all with no option for holding 1 day. You can hold maximum of 2 units. If you wish to avail of a hold, you should fill out the Client Registration Form.