Cebu Real Estate Information

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Cebu Properties


CEBU CITY HOUSE AND LOT 

88 Summer Breeze

Acacia Drive

Courtyards of Pasadena

Michael James

Murano 4BR Riverdale

Sapphire 3BR Riverdale

Emerald 4BR Riverdale

Riverdale Subdivision

Ruby 4.5BR Riverdale

Gavina 5BR Riverdale

Fatima 5BR Riverfront

Elaisa  5BR Riverfront

Drina   4BR Riverfront

Carmela 3BR Riverfront

Greenwoods Executive Village

Marga  2BR Riverfront

North Belleza Talamban
  

CEBU NORTH HOUSE & LOT

88 Hillside Mandaue City

Aduna Beach Villas

Amoa Subdivision

Anami Homes Jugan

Aspen Heights  (Lot only)

Aspen Heights Fiona H&L rfo

Aspen Heights Aurora H&L rfo

Casa Cerro Compostela

Casili Residences

Crown Heights (Lot only)

El Montegrande 200 sqm Lot

El Monteverde de Cebu

Elizabeth View Homes

Garden Bloom Villas

Greenville Heights

Lunah 2-storey 4BR

Mandaue Lot 7,825 sqm

Northfield Residences

Redwood Subdivision

Richwood Homes

Summerhills (Lot only sale)

The Heritage (Lot only)

Villa Melissa Liloan

Virtacci Hills

Vista Verde Residential Estates

Yanessa Country Homes   


MACTAN HOUSE & LOT

Acasys Homes

Astele

Bali Residences

Blessed Sacrament

City Homes Mactan

CKL Homes

Collinwood Subdivision

Discovery Bay Resort

La Aldea del Mar

Pacific Grande 2

Park Place Twin Homes

Solare

Summerville Cordova

Sunberry Homes

Teakwood Subdivision

Villas Magallanes (Lot only)


CEBU SOUTH HOUSE & LOT  

88 Brookside Talisay SRP

4BR H&L overlooking sea

Baywalk Talisay

Beachfront house Talisay

City Homes Minglanilla

Malibu Residence

San Fernando 2.5 hec

South Covina

The Villagio

Velmiro Heights

Villa Donna Talisay

Vista Grande Overlooking  

 

 CONDOMINIUMS

Amisa Condo

Apple One Banawa

Arterra Residences 

Atelier Residences

Avalon Condo Ayala

Avida Towers

Azalea Place

Bamboo Bay

Bayanihan Flats

Bloq Residences Mandaue

Diamond Suites & Res

Eagles Nest

Grand Residences

La Mirada

Marco Polo Residences

Myvan Cityscape

Myvan Cityscape 2

Myvan Grand Tower

One Oasiis

Pacific Grande condo

Penthouse Woodcrest

Saekyung Village One

The Trillium Residences

Vertu Residences

Woodcrest 2BR condo rfo

 

RAW LAND FOR SALE 

Casili Mandaue 7,825 sqm

SanFernando 2.5 hec. cheap

 

HOUSES & APARTMENT

2BR apartment for rent in Mandaue

1BR condo for rent in Mandaue 15K 

2BR condo rent in Mandaue 28

IT Park Lahug 1BR condo

Metropolis 4BR house for rent 40K 

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How To Detect Fake Titles

Pointers On How to Detect Fake Titles in the Philippines
 

1. Compare the   original copy   in the custody of the Register of Deeds concerned and with the owner's duplicate copy in the custody of the title holder, to find out if the latter is an exact replica of the former. A genuine owner's duplicate of a certificate of title should be a carbon original copy of the title. If both are carbon originals, as in the case of the Original Certificate  of title  (OCT), they should have been together, hence coincide in every way. In case of Transfer Certificate of Title (TCT), the originals and the owner's duplicate therefore, should in all respect be similar.
 

2. Check the initials and signatures appearing on the original and owner's duplicate copies as well as the manner in which the entries, and the technical descriptions were typewritten. All  the foregoing details must be  the same on both the  original and owner's duplicate thereof. Any  variance therefore is a ground for suspicion.

3. Find out if the serial number of the judicial form used in accomplishing the title conforms with the serial number of the judicial form forwarded by the DAR, LMB or by the DENR, PENRO, respectively, that appear to have issued the title to the particular Registry of Deeds.

4. Check if the Registry of Deeds/the DENR Secretary/RED/PENRO/DAR Official who purportedly signed the title is the real Registry of Deeds, DENR Secretary, RED/PENRO or DAR Official of the province or city where the land is situated at the time of the purported signing.

5. In cases of titles based on patents, verification should be made with the LMB, DENR-Secretary/RED/PENRO and DAR Office concerned.

6. In  cases of  titles  based on  patents, check  if the   date  when the patent was signed by the DENR, PENRO/RED, Secretary or DAR Oficial corresponds with his term of office.

7. Find out whether or not the document that supports the transfer or conveyance of the property is authentic or whether the title is supported with a Deed.

8. Check the date of revision of the Judicial Form used and see whether the certificate of title was issued after the revision date.

9. Trace if the title purportedly transferred from one Regisrtry to another actually came from and was actually issued by the registry of origin.

10. Test by wetting, whether the red seal on the owner's duplicate and the red printed words "OWNER'S DUPLICATE" blot and stain when wet.

11. In cases of titles based on patents, check if the areas covered thereby do not exceed the maximum areas provided by law and existing regulation.

12. Check if the land covered by the patent falls within the territorial jurisdiction of the DENR and DAR Field Office issuing the same. If the municipality where the land covered by the patent is situated not under the jurisdiction of the issuing DENR or DAR Field Office, the patent is null and void.

13. Check whether the area covered by the patent is within the limit prescribed for different modes of disposition under the Constitution and other existing laws.

14. A tracing-back of the title in the Office of the Register of Deeds (ROD) is the best recourse.

15. Ascertain if it is a reconstituted title (indicated with the prefix "RT", or with a set of figures enclosed in parenthesis, and a set outside thereof).

16. Ascertain if there are blanks not filled-up or are indicated with the initials N.A. meaning NOT AVAILABLE on the historical data of the title.

17. Check whether the title duly certified true and correct by the Chief, Surveys Division, or any authorized official.

18. Check whether the Judicial Form used is the correct Judicial Form.
       Example:
       Homestead Patent, the Judicial Form is Form No. 67,
   Free Patent Application (FPA) - Form No. 54,
   Misc. Sales Application (MSA) - Form No. 167,
   Sales Application (SA) - Form No. 11

19. In cases of special Patents, check whether the form issued is in accordance with the prescribed form and containing all the material facts especially the enabling law.

20. Titles of alien Philippine properties, check whether the same was issued in accordance with existing laws and so specified in the Judicial Form.
      Example:
      (LASEDECO) Homestead Patent No. ______
      (NAPCO) Sales Patent No. ______

21. Titles issued for settlements, check whether the same was issued in accordance with existing regulations and whether specified in the patent.
       Example:
       (LASEDECO) Homestead Patent No. ______

                                                                                                  

Compiled by:  Engr. and Real Estate Broker Manuel Jr Arengo 

PRC Broker’s License No. 0007808