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A desire named home: Owning a space at Century Properties

The thought of coming home to your own space can inspire one to work harder. But thinking about the process of owning a home can be worrisome. 

A desire named home: Owning a space at Century Properties

From finding the right property and getting a unit, to filing documents and making sure you have enough funds to pay for it—the steps you need to go through can make you second-guess your decision to buy a one

Tedious is out, easy is in

It doesn’t have to be tedious. Owning a Century Properties home can be done in eight steps which includes a few other must-dos. With the help of a property specialist or a sales agent,   get the keys to your space fast. 

Reserve and hold your unit

You can do this online then assess the payment term that works best for you.

Booking 

This involves generating the documents you need and submitting these together with one proof of income.

Contract signing,  authentication 

Take note that there are three ways of authenticating your Contract to Sell (CTS) depending on where you are —notarization, consularization, and apostille.

Down payment, loan application 

Pay your down payment or equity as indicated in your payment schedule. Payment period is different for ready-for-occupancy and preselling units.

Loan approval 

Sign your bank home loan documents and pay your bank fees.

Loan release

Once the bank releases the payment to Century Properties, your account will be qualified  for the most crucial step.

Turnover,  move in 

Your account will be endorsed to the Turnover Group (TOG). Make sure you accomplish unit inspection and punchlisting.

Title transfer 

The last step is important as it involves the processing of the title under your name and tax declaration.

To learn more,  log on to www.century-properties.com. 

Topics: Century Properties , Contract to Sell , Turnover Group
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