Real Estate

We are here to help you buy, sell, or rent your property with ease and confidence. Our team is committed to providing you with the highest level of service and support.

Our brokerage business offers documentation services to reduce your paperwork load and the stress associated with the time-consuming real estate documentation process. We work closely with you to ensure a smooth and stress-free transaction.

A Real Estate company can help individuals and businesses but and sell properties, including single-family homes, apartments and commercial buildings. The company may have a team of agents who are knowledgeable about the local real estate market and can help clients find properties that meet their needs and budget. The company may also assist with negotiating the price, preparing the necessary paperwork, and coordinating the closing process.

Frequently Asked Questions

Real estate professionals in the Philippines offer a range of services related to buying, selling, renting, and managing properties. These services may include property listing and marketing, property valuation, assistance in property transactions, negotiations, property management, and advisory services on real estate investments. Real estate professionals help clients navigate the complexities of the real estate market and provide expertise to ensure smooth transactions.

To become a licensed real estate professional in the Philippines, individuals need to meet the following qualifications:

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Have completed at least two years of college education.
  • Successfully pass the Real Estate Broker Licensure Examination conducted by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).
  • Comply with other requirements set by the PRC, such as submitting the necessary documents, fees, and clearances.

The fees and commissions charged by real estate professionals in the Philippines can vary depending on various factors such as the type of service, the value of the property, and the agreed-upon terms. Common fee structures include:

  • Listing fees: Typically a percentage of the property's value, paid by property owners to list their property for sale or rent.
  • Brokerage commissions: A percentage of the property's sale or rental price, paid by the buyer or tenant to the real estate professional for facilitating the transaction.
  • Property management fees: Usually a percentage of the monthly rental income, paid by property owners to real estate professionals for managing and overseeing their rental properties.

When engaging in real estate transactions in the Philippines, it is important to consider the following legal and regulatory aspects:

  • Compliance with the Real Estate Service Act of the Philippines (RESA), which regulates the practice of real estate professionals and protects the interests of consumers.
  • Verification of property ownership and the authenticity of land titles through the Register of Deeds.
  • Compliance with tax laws and regulations, including payment of capital gains tax, documentary stamp tax, and other applicable taxes.
  • Disclosure and transparency in real estate transactions, including the provision of accurate and complete information about the property and any encumbrances.
  • Use of written contracts or agreements that clearly outline the terms, conditions, and obligations of the parties involved.


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