Showing posts with label Property Management. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Property Management. Show all posts

Monday, February 1, 2021

A Look Back on 2020 and Beyond: The Philippine Real Estate Sector (Part 1)

The Year 2020 has passed over the past few weeks and we have survive another year under fear of the pandemic which has brought a lot of challenges over the past month after the COVID 19 SARS-COV 2 in December 2019. As we Filipinos are hopefully awaiting the arrival of the Anti-COVID 19 vaccine to our shore which is one of the key factor to help jump start the economy again to recovery. Although, the vaccine is NOT a magic pill or a silver bullet to annihilate this disease. It will tremendously help of those infected with better chance of survival but surely challenging times lay ahead with new variants of SARS-COV2. 

Monday, February 24, 2020

A Property Appraisal Case Study For Australian Immigration Visa Application

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This is one of the cases we handled over the past few years in giving our clients the tailor fit services in their compliance with their immigration requirement under Australian laws where they wish to migrate.

As a real estate professional we are happy to be of services to such people who are in need of such particular services that can help them fulfill a part of their dreams of living outside of their original home country. Such as this former clients of our who we had withheld their names and specific location and their current whereabouts.

Monday, December 30, 2019

House Bill 4664: Reforming Real Estate Property Valuation Into One Standard

There has been a hot debate on the creation of House Bill 4664 also known a Real Property Valuation
and Assessment Bill which has reached third reading in the past few months and gained traction with a voting confidence of those in favor at 224 against 7 not in favor while one representative abstained in this creation of this bill. HB 4664 is one of priority bills of Duterte's administration.

Monday, October 7, 2019

Understanding the Rent Control Law of 2009

For would be landlords or those who are interested in buying a property as investment such as residential apartments or residential condominiums to be used for the purpose of renting or leasing it to would be renter / lessee. 

In general, the Philippine housing rentals are covered by the Rent Control Act of 2009, a law intended to protect millions of Filipinos renting houses. The Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) is the government agency in charge of overseeing the implementation of the Rent Control Act, also known as Republic Act 9653 or “An Act Establishing Reforms in the Regulation of Rent of Certain Residential Units, Providing the Mechanisms Therefore and For Other Purposes.”

R.A. 9653 was approved in 2009 and its provisions have been recently extended by HUDCC for a period of three years, from January 1, 2018, until December 31, 2020.

The subject property is covered by the salient features of this law wherein houses for rent are covered because of its residential and commercial purpose.