Category Archives for "Real Estate 101"

May 24

New Condo Turnover

By Eden Dayrit | Real Estate 101

Today, we accepted our new condominium unit here in Taguig from the developer. Yey! Here are a few tips for a fuss-free¬†turnover.   BEFORE THE DATE Schedule unit inspection and acceptance keeping the following criteria in mind: If you’re renting previously, when is your lease ending? If you’re occupying the unit, schedule unit acceptance right […]

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May 10

It’s Time

By Eden Dayrit | Real Estate 101

I received a happy call today. “Eden, from now on, we hired ____ law firm to handle all our government document processing.” My voice literally squeaked with joy. One of the main tasks of us brokers is to protect the interest of our clients by doing due diligence on properties we sell/buy for them. The […]

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May 09

Hiring & Firing Clients

By Eden Dayrit | Real Estate 101

“Hire slow, fire quick.” I first learned this gem of an advice through our couples group meeting, of all places, in the context of hiring and firing house help. It takes weeks, even months of searching to get a truly qualified candidate, while¬†it only takes ONE hit on the non-negotiable list and the bags are […]

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Apr 21

Doing Due Diligence

By Eden Dayrit | Real Estate 101

  Doing due diligence in real estate is an act of verification of all documents pertaining to the subject property. Why do it? As a real estate entrepreneur, it is paramount to do due diligence on properties you want to deal with to limit costly surprises along the way. Ideally, you only deal with “clean” […]

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