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Reservation Requirements for Local Buyers

Upon reservation, you will be asked to fill up a Reservation Agreement form. Along with this, a reservation fee of P20,000 for the unit and P10,000 for the parking must be made.

The reservation is non-refundable and is valid for 30 days only. To complete your reservation, the following documents must be submitted within the said 30 days:

   1. Signed reservation agreement indicating terms of payment
   2. Photocopy of valid ID. One (1) if ID is issued by the government and at least two (2) for non-government issued IDs.
   3. If applicable, a Special Power of Attorney. If the buyer is out of the country, it has to be consularized.
   4. Valid ID of the Special Power of Attorney holder.
   5. Tax Identification Number (TIN)
   6. Community Tax Certificate Number (CTC)

After submission of the required documents, you will be asked to sign a Contract to sell. To avoid the cancellation of your reservation, please make sure to submit all the above documents within 30 days from the reservation date.

Payments and Financing

There are three available payment terms for purchasing your DMCI Home:

   1. Cash
   2. In-house financing, with a maximum term of 10 years.
   3. External financing
          * Bank
          * Pag-Ibig (Home Development
            Mutual Fund)

Based on the terms of payment agreed upon on your reservation agreement or your Contract to Sell, you'll be required to begin paying your downpayment 30 days after the reservation date.

Minimum downpayment required:

   1. Mid-rise condominium units and Lots only – 20%
   2. High-rise condominium units and House & Lots – 30%

If your reservation date is from the 1-15th day of the month, the downpayment is due every 15th of the month. If the reservation date is from the 16th to the end of the month, downpayment is due on the 30th of every month.

Available mode of payments are:

   1. Cash or dated checks
   2. Post dated checks, to cover monthly amortization (Maximum of sixty (60) checks). Local buyers are required to issue post dated checks.

Turnover Process


The turnover process is the most important to a new homeowner, because this is when  the property finally changes hands.
Because we know how important this is to you, we'd like to share some guidelines to make the transition smooth and satisfactory for
both parties.


Turnover Process

   1. Completion of unit will commence upon issuance of Authority-To-Turnover (CLEARANCE) by Documentation
   2. Completion date:
          * Thirty (30) days for single condominium unit
          * Forty-five (45) days for tandem condominium units
          * Approximately Nine (9) months for unit construction
   3. Punchlisting/inspection by the client will be scheduled after the completion date
   4. Rectification of punchlisted items will be done immediately but completion date may vary depending on the nature of the punchlisted items
   5. Client is responsible in settling all required fees & deposits prior to unit turnover
   6. Homeowner Orientation of community house rules, policies & regulations is done during handover of unit
   7. Handover kit and welcome gift is given to client upon acceptance of unit
   8. Upgrade/improvements for his unit will be allowed only after the acceptance of unit
   9. Note that certain warranties may be voided by any unit material alteration

 

Requirements prior to issuance of CLEARANCE

   1. Payment of the minimum downpayment required
   2. Issuance of required post dated checks for the balance of Total Contract Price
   3. Submission of duly signed CONTRACT TO SELL / DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE & other pertinent documents
   4. Letter of Guarantee (LOG) & Drawdown/Loan Take-out (for external bank financing only)

 

Required Fees & Deposits

   1. MERALCO Service Deposit for permanent power connection
   2. Real Property Tax (RPT) – client’s share
   3. Cash Bond for temporary power (if permanent power service is not yet available)
   4. Condominium Corporation fees & dues

 

Requirements for Permanent Power Connection

   1. Proof of ownership (CTS/DOAS or CCT)
   2. Duly accomplished MERALCO application form
   3. Two (2) valid IDs
   4. Duly signed MERALCO waiver
   5. Authorization letter (if accomplished thru representative)

 

Condominium Corporation Fees & Dues

   1. One time Joining/Membership fee
   2. Monthly Association dues
   3. Construction bond (for unit with owner’s upgrade)
   4. Insurance premium
   5. RPT of common areas
   6. Other Condominium Corporation assessments

 

Buyer Acceptance

If the buyer fails to inspect and accept the unit within thirty (30) days from the date of notice that the unit is ready for turnover, it shall be deemed that the buyer has automatically accepted the unit.

 

Acceptance by a Representative

    * If the registered buyer is not available on the scheduled turnover of unit, his/her duly authorized representative can accept the unit in his/her behalf. The representative must be designated as a duly notarized Special Power of Attorney (SPA).
    * The unit turnover cannot be delayed on account of SPA’s availablity schedule

Turnover Schedules

A unit is deemed completed upon the issuance of the Authority to Turnover Documentation. (CLEARANCE)

 
Completion Date:

   1. Thirty (30) days for a single condominium unit
   2. Forty-five (45) days for a tandem condominium unit
   3. Approximately nine (9) months for unit construction.

Once the unit has been declared complete, you may then proceed to inspect and punchlist your new home to check if everything agreed upon is in place.
Things to know about the Turnover Process

   1. In case some things in the unit need to be rectified following your inspection, these will be done immediately. However, the completion date may vary, depending on the nature of the things to be fixed.
   2. To avoid any delays with the turnover process, please make sure that all required fees and deposits are taken care of before unit turnover.
   3. Homeowner Orientation of the community house rules, policies and regulations will be done during the unit turnover. Likewise, the handover kit and welcome present is given upon your acceptance of the unit.
   4. Upgrades, improvements and other personal modifications to your unit may only be allowed after the official acceptance. Please bear in mind that certain warranties may be voided by alterations.

 

Clearance requirements

   1. Before you can move-in, the payment of at least the minimum downpayment must be made.
   2. Postdated checks covering the balance of the Total Contract Price must also be issued.
   3. The duly signed Contract to Sell / Deed of Absolute Sale and other pertinent documents must all be submitted.
   4. For units financed externally, a Letter of Guarantee (LOG) and Drawdown / Loan Take-out are needed.

 

Other Required Fees and Deposits

   1. For permanent power connection, a MERALCO Service Deposit must be made.
   2. Your share of the Real Property Tax (RPT) must also be paid.
   3. In case permanent power service is not yet available, a Cash Bond for temporary power must be issued.
   4. Condominium Corporation fees & dues must also be settled.

 

Requirements for Permanent Power Connection

   1. Proof of ownership (CTS / DOAS or CCT)
   2. Duly accomplished MERALCO application form
   3. Two (2) valid IDs
   4. Duly signed MERALCO waiver
   5. Authorization letter (in case the application is being overseen by a representative)

 

Condominium Corporation Fees & Dues

   1. One time Joining / Membership Fee
   2. Monthly Association Dues
   3. Construction Bond (applicable for units that have been upgraded by their owners)
   4. Insurance Premium
   5. Real Property Tax of common areas
   6. Other Condominium Corporation assessments

Buyer Acceptance

In case you fail to inspect and accept the unit within thirty (30) days from the date you were issued the turnover notice, it shall be deemed that you have automatically accepted the unit.

 

Acceptance by a Representative

    * If you are not available on the scheduled turnover of your unit, you can send a duly authorized representative in your place to accept the unit on your behalf. He or she must be designated as the duly notarized Special Power of Attorney (SPA).
    * The unit turnover cannot be delayed due to the SPA's availability schedule.

 

 

Reservation Requirements for Overseas Buyers


Upon reservation, you will be asked to fill up a Reservation Agreement form. Along with this, a reservation fee of P20,000 for the unit and P10,000 for the parking must be made.

The reservation is non-refundable and is valid for 30 days only. To complete your reservation, the following documents must be submitted within the said 30 days:

   1. Signed reservation agreement indicating terms of payment
   2. Photocopy of valid ID. One (1) if ID is issued by the government and at least two (2) for non-government issued IDs.
   3. If applicable, a Special Power of Attorney. The Special Power of Attorney must be consularized by the Philippine Consulate in the buyer's present country.
   4. Valid ID of the Special Power of Attorney holder.
   5. Tax Identification Number (TIN)
   6. Community Tax Certificate Number (CTC)

After submission of the required documents, you will be asked to sign a Contract to sell. To avoid the cancellation of your reservation, please make sure to submit all the above documents within 30 days from the reservation date.

Payments and Financing

There are three available payment terms for purchasing your DMCI Home:

   1. Cash
   2. In-house financing, with a maximum term of 10 years.
   3. External financing
          * Bank
          * Pag-Ibig (Home Development
            Mutual Fund)

Based on the terms of payment agreed upon on your reservation agreement or your Contract to Sell, you'll be required to begin paying your downpayment 30 days after the reservation date.

Minimum downpayment required:

   1. Mid-rise condominium units and Lots only – 20%
   2. High-rise condominium units and House & Lots – 30%

If your reservation date is from the 1-15th day of the month, the downpayment is due every 15th of the month. If the reservation date is from the 16th to the end of the month, downpayment is due on the 30th of every month.
Turnover Process


The turnover process is the most important to a new homeowner, because this is when the property finally changes hands.
Because we know how important this is to you, we'd like to share some guidelines to make the transition smooth and satisfactory for
both parties.

Turnover Process

   1. Completion of unit will commence upon issuance of Authority-To-Turnover (CLEARANCE) by Documentation
   2. Completion date:

         1. Thirty (30) days for single condominium unit
         2. Forty-five (45) days for tandem condominium units
         3. Approximately Nine (9) months for unit construction

   1. Punchlisting/inspection by the client will be scheduled after the completion date
   2. Rectification of punchlisted items will be done immediately but completion date may vary depending on the nature of the punchlisted items
   3. Client is responsible in settling all required fees & deposits prior to unit turnover
   4. Homeowner Orientation of community house rules, policies & regulations is done during handover of unit
   5. Handover kit and welcome gift is given to client upon acceptance of unit
   6. Upgrade/improvements for his unit will be allowed only after the acceptance of unit
   7. Note that certain warranties may be voided by any unit material alteration

 

Requirements prior to issuance of CLEARANCE

   1. Payment of the minimum downpayment required
   2. Issuance of required post dated checks for the balance of Total Contract Price
   3. Submission of duly signed CONTRACT TO SELL / DEED OF ABSOLUTE SALE & other pertinent documents
   4. Letter of Guarantee (LOG) & Drawdown/Loan Take-out (for external bank financing only)

 

Required Fees & Deposits

   1. MERALCO Service Deposit for permanent power connection
   2. Real Property Tax (RPT) – client’s share
   3. Cash Bond for temporary power (if permanent power service is not yet available)
   4. Condominium Corporation fees & dues

 

Requirements for a PERMANENT POWER CONNECTION

   1. Proof of ownership (CTS/DOAS or CCT)
   2. Duly accomplished MERALCO application form
   3. Two (2) valid IDs
   4. Duly signed MERALCO waiver
   5. Authorization letter (if accomplished thru representative)

 

Condominium Corporation
FEES & DUES

   1. One time Joining/Membership fee
   2. Monthly Association dues
   3. Construction bond (for unit with owner’s upgrade)
   4. Insurance premium
   5. RPT of common areas
   6. Other Condominium Corporation assessments

 

Buyer Acceptance

If the buyer fails to inspect and accept the unit within thirty (30) days from the date of notice that the unit is ready for turnover, it shall be deemed that the buyer has automatically accepted the unit.

 

Acceptance by a Representative

    * If the registered buyer is not available on the scheduled turnover of unit, his/her duly authorized representative can accept the unit in his/her behalf. The representative must be designated as a duly notarized Special Power of Attorney (SPA).
    * The unit turnover cannot be delayed on account of SPA’s availablity schedule

Turnover Schedules

A unit is deemed completed upon the issuance of the Authority to Turnover Documentation. (CLEARANCE)

 

Completion Date:

   1. Thirty (30) days for a single condominium unit
   2. Forty-five (45) days for a tandem condominium unit
   3. Approximately nine (9) months for unit construction.

Once the unit has been declared complete, you may then proceed to inspect and punchlist your new home to check if everything agreed upon is in place.

Things to know about the Turnover Process

   1. In case some things in the unit need to be rectified following your inspection, these will be done immediately. However, the completion date may vary, depending on the nature of the things to be fixed.
   2. To avoid any delays with the turnover process, please make sure that all required fees and deposits are taken care of before unit turnover.
   3. Homeowner Orientation of the community house rules, policies and regulations will be done during the unit turnover. Likewise, the handover kit and welcome present is given upon your acceptance of the unit.
   4. Upgrades, improvements and other personal modifications to your unit may only be allowed after the official acceptance. Please bear in mind that certain warranties may be voided by alterations.

 

Clearance requirements

   1. Before you can move-in, the payment of at least the minimum downpayment must be made.
   2. Postdated checks covering the balance of the Total Contract Price must also be issued.
   3. The duly signed Contract to Sell / Deed of Absolute Sale and other pertinent documents must all be submitted.
   4. For units financed externally, a Letter of Guarantee (LOG) and Drawdown / Loan Take-out are needed.

 

Other Required Fees and Deposits

   1. For permanent power connection, a MERALCO Service Deposit must be made.
   2. Your share of the Real Property Tax (RPT) must also be paid.
   3. In case permanent power service is not yet available, a Cash Bond for temporary power must be issued.
   4. Condominium Corporation fees & dues must also be settled.

 

Requirements for Permanent Power Connection

   1. Proof of ownership (CTS / DOAS or CCT)
   2. Duly accomplished MERALCO application form
   3. Two (2) valid IDs
   4. Duly signed MERALCO waiver
   5. Authorization letter (in case the application is being overseen by a representative)

 

Condominium Corporation Fees & Dues

   1. One time Joining / Membership Fee
   2. Monthly Association Dues
   3. Construction Bond (applicable for units that have been upgraded by their owners)
   4. Insurance Premium
   5. Real Property Tax of common areas
   6. Other Condominium Corporation assessments

Buyer Acceptance

In case you fail to inspect and accept the unit within thirty (30) days from the date you were issued the turnover notice, it shall be deemed that you have automatically accepted the unit.

 
Acceptance by a Representative

    * If you are not available on the scheduled turnover of your unit, you can send a duly authorized representative in your place to accept the unit on your behalf. He or she must be designated as the duly notarized Special Power of Attorney (SPA).
    * The unit turnover cannot be delayed due to the SPA's availability schedule

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