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Buyer’s Guidelines

1. Project Presentation

The Seller presents to the Buyer the details of the specific Project/s he/she is interested in. The presentation includes all relevant information about the project, such as the location, available home models,selling price and payment scheme.

2. Project Visit or Site Tripping

The Buyer visits the Project with the Seller who orients the Buyer on the location of the community, road networks and places on interests in the area, and the actual (if available) or proposed project amenities and site development.

3. Reservation Agreement

The Buyer chooses the Block and Lot of the unit he/she wishes to purchase. The Buyers fills in the Buyer’s Information Sheet, Quotation Sheet, and Reservation Agreement, and pays the Reservation Fee at the office.

4. Property Briefing

The Project Coordinator / Admin accounts officers brief the Buyer simultaneously on the documentary requirements, step-by-step process prior to House Turnover, housing and admin policies, and the project timeline.

5. Submission of Requirements

After the briefing and securing of copies of the duly filled-in forms, the Buyer is given 30 days upon reservation to submit the Buyer’s Documents (varies depending on employment status if Locally Employed, Self-employed, or OFW, and payment scheme).

6. Turnover of Property

Upon finish of house construction, provided that the Buyer has finished paying off the monthly amortization (for In-house Financing) or that his/her Pag-IBIG or Bank loan has been released, the new Homeowner is qualified for Move-in Application. Prior to move-in, the Homeowner and the Developer will conduct a joint inspection of the unit due for turnover.