Wednesday, November 2, 2022

Real Estate Laws

How to Choose the Right Housing Loan For You

As costs of real estate investment rise coupled with an unsupportive bank balance thinking about buying a house can be quite discouraging. But how long can you keep postponing? The prices are only going to hike and with flourishing...

Understanding Philippine Capital Gains Tax

A Capital Gains Tax is imposed on the gain that the seller gets from a sale, exchange, or other transfer of capital assets that are located in the Philippines. Pacto de retro sales and other forms of conditional sales...

How to Apply for Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN)

Tax Form BIR Form 1902 (download copy) Application for Registration for Individuals Earning Purely Compensation Income and Non Resident Citizens/OCWS/Seamen Earning Purely Foreign Sourced Income   Documentary Requirements - Birth certificate or any valid identification showing name, address and birth date; or -Passport with...

Basic Requirements for Registration of Land Title in the Philippines

1. Original of the deed/instrument If original document cannot be presented, the duplicate original or certified true copy shall be presented together with a sworn affidavit executed by the interested party stating why the original document cannot be submitted. 2. Certified...

Requirements and Procedure to get a Certified True Copy, Certification, Verification of Property Document

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...

How to Register Newly-Bought Property in the Philippines

Every tract of land or property acquired should be registered with the land registry office. Otherwise, problems with regard to land ownership and penalties might occur. A person who lawfully owns a real estate property is the 'better' owner...

How to Replace Damaged or Lost Land Titles

Have you just discovered that your land title was destroyed or damaged by an occurring natural calamity like flood, or accidentally burnt when the house has caught fire or consumed by insects while hidden in a cupboard? Don’t fret....

Real Property Tax in the Philippines

If someone owns a public land or building, the Philippine government imposes a tax against the property. The tax levied on a real estate is termed as 'real property tax'. Real property tax (RPT) is a yearly tax which...
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8 Steps on How to Transfer Land Title in the Philippines

Change in ownership of a property in the Philippines happens all the time. For example, a buyer agrees to...
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