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January 05, 2012

DMCI Homes, Unit / Parking Availability / Inventory Spreadsheet – January 4, 2012

Below is the latest release of unit / parking inventories on DMCI’s current projects released January 4, 2012. Each worksheet represents a project or a building like in the case of La Verti that has separate sheet for North Tower and South Tower. Each project has corresponding codes which are listed as follows:

November 17, 2011

Sorrel Residences - Resort Themed Development in Sampaloc Manila


Sorrel Residences is a modern tropical, resort-themed high-rise development in Sociego St. Sampaloc Manila within close proximity to places of interest in Quezon City and Manila. It offers efficiently planned unit spaces and amenities to move around and enjoy with your family. Sorrel Residences is for competent individuals and start-up families aspiring to live in a secure environment with fundamental and functional amenities in time of limited home options in the city.

November 10, 2011

DMCI Homes, Unit / Parking Availability / Inventory Spreadsheet - November 9, 2011

Below is the latest release of unit / parking inventories on DMCI’s current projects released on November 9, 2011. Each worksheet represents a project or a building like in the case of La Verti that has separate sheet for North Tower and South Tower. Each project has corresponding codes which are listed as follows:

September 27, 2011

DMCI Homes, Unit / Parking Availability / Inventory Spreadsheet - Sept. 25, 2011

Below is the latest release of unit / parking inventories on DMCI’s current projects released on September 25, 2011. Each worksheet represents a project or a building like in the case of La Verti that has separate sheet for North Tower and South Tower. Each project has corresponding 3-4 letter codes which are listed as follows:

September 17, 2011

How to Buy a Condo? Take a Peek at the Process.

Pic from RE Network
Condo buying process can be tedious with all the papers that needs to be filled up, supporting documents that needs to be prepared and application that needs to be done (for loans and checks, if you don’t have one yet.). It would help if you know the process beforehand so you would not be cramming because you only have a certain period (usually 30 days from reservation) date to complete your purchase or else your reservation fee is forfeited. (It works like “Option money”). The process of buying a condo that I will share is specifically for DMCI homes but nevertheless, the same process may also apply to other developers although there might just be slight differences in the process and terms but in essence it’s the same.
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