Realty By JM

Salt and Light of Philippine Realty

Realty Weekly (03.23.12)

A short guide to furnishing your rental condo unit

British Embassy lays ‘green’ path for sustainable growth

Pro•Friends continuously improving, transforming lives

Refreshing summer at Summit Ridge

Lucio Tan’s Forbes inclusion boosts Eton

Filinvest Land profit flat; core income up 21%

Villar questions before SC new reclamation project

HLURB OK’s Cotabato City land use plan

House OKs nationwide cadastral survey

Email Exchange : Member’s ID Number, Reservation Fee, Etc

SM Prime opening 4 new malls

Federal Land targets to double sales this year

Budget hotels invade travel

New Ayala mall in CdO 66% leased out

SM unit preps for next phase of Hamilo

UnionBank’s 183rd foreclosed properties auction (Metro Manila & Luzon) slated on March 24, 2012

Bitong family refutes BIR charges

World Bank Says Philippines Must Boost Revenue, Competitiveness

PRC I.D. Printing Schedule to Normalize Soon

Bloomberry pushes ahead with Manila project

HGC to release titles to homebuyers

Mall of Asia hopes to attract BPOs, shipping companies

New golf clubhouse to emerge in Clark

Philippine real estate supplies market demand

DMCI Homes sees 20% growth

ALI to spend P60B in the next five years for Makati redevelopment

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts to manage magical Huma Island

A new high at St. Bernice Estates

CIPS course gathers realty leaders ‘under one roof’

Keyland Corp. commences Casa de Sequoia project in Las Piñas

New mall rejuvenates Chino Roces area

Woodsville Residences: A testament to Southern comfort

Celebrating South Forbes

Raffles Residences Makati caters to affluent travelers

Preparedness and opportunity converge in SOC Land’s Anuva

Boracay’s newest iconic landmark


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PRC Advisory: For Real Estate Appraisers

February 2012 Real Estate Appraisers – Approved Resolution for Registration Without Examination of Real Estate Service

Registration for the issuance of Certificate of Registration and Professional Identification Card (ID) will start on March 8, 2012 but not later than March 23, 2012 at the Registration Division Ground Floor Unit C, Window 27. The Oath taking ceremonies of the Real Estate Service practitioners for Consultants, Appraisers and Brokers, to be held on April 18, 2012 at the Fiesta Pavilion, Manila Hotel, One Rizal Park, Manila at 1:00 o’ clock in the afternoon. Those who were included in the prior approved resolutions may opt to attend the oath taking.

For the complete list, click here.

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Registering for PRC License Without Exams

You knew I took the road less traveled if you read my previous blog.  If not, it’s not the end of the world.  You can still read my previous blog entitled: “Out of PRC in 30 Minutes” by just clicking HERE.

Now this blog is about you beating my record of 30 minutes filing in the Professional Regulation Commission.  It is possible.  You see…  When I filed for PRC License without Exams, I encountered some stumbling blocks that caused delay.  It is my hope that you don’t go through those stumbling blocks.  May this help you and be your guide to a smooth and easy filing.

Before anything else, make sure that all documents you need to submit are in order.  These steps are useless when you don’t have the proper documents at hand.  Preparing before any battle is of utmost importance.  Click HERE to view the list of requirements.  Additional requirement… bring paste!  Or, you can be a freeloader and ask paste from the people who bought there.

So, are your requirements in order?  Did you make copies already?  When all of these are ready, you are now prepared to go to PRC.  First step I recommend is that, upon entering the government agency’s premises look for their customer service center.  PRC’s customer service can be found near the entrance, ground floor of course.  Who knows, maybe these steps are passé the time you read this.  I want you to be diligent and double check.  Be reminded, I am no expert and can only narrate what I’ve gone through.

Second step: go to 2nd building, entrance is near the cashiers (windows 33-36).  Show and submit all your documents at the 3rd floor of the said building, first window you see.  A young clerk will check all your requirements and staple them all together.  She’ll give you another small cardboard form to fill up.

Third step: go to the 2nd floor of the same building and look for their legal department office where you will dish out 100 pesos for notarization.

Fourth step: go out of that building and proceed to ground floor, window H of the 1st building near the entrance.  They will verify that you passed the exams.  At this point, I do hope you passed the exams!

Fifth step: Metered stamping, also near the entrance / ground floor.  You’ll be charged 21 pesos for this.

Sixth step: Cashier or Windows 33-36.  Window 36 are for the senior citizens and pregnant.  So, if you are young and male, you can only fall in line here when you have a bulging abdomen. Hehehe…  You’ll pay 900 pesos.  Up to this point you already spent 1,021.00 bucks.  And you are not yet sure if you’ll be issued a PRC License.

And lastly, go back to the first window on the 3rd floor where you first showed everything.  They will collect all your documents and give you a claim stub.

I hope this helps…  By the way, on your way out, I recommend you get your Oath form at the customer service counter.  You’ll need this form the next time you visit PRC.

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