Budget – The very first step in planning the construction of a new home is the construction budget. Developing a budget for a new home starts with deciding how expensive a home do you wish to build? A better question would be, how expensive a home can you afford to build? If you are like most people

  Letter of intent Certified copy of Transfer Certificate of Title from the Registry of Deeds Certified copy of Tax declaration from the Assessor’s Office Certified copy of the Latest Real Property Tax Receipt Lot plan with site map from Geodetic Engineer Barangay Clearance from the Barangay Ch

Notarized locational clearance application form Barangay Clearance Certified copy of Transfer Certificate of Title from the Registry of Deeds Photocopy of the Latest Real Property Tax Receipt Building Plans  

  Certified copy of Transfer Certificate of Title from the Registry of Deeds Photocopy of Tax Declaration Building permit application form Locational clearance from CPDO Construction Safety and Health Program from Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Five (5) sets of Architectural Plans &a

Design Phase – includes the preparation of schematic design and development of design details. The designer/engineer/architect communicates his/her proposed design to you. It is in this stage that the designer/engineer/architect and the owner work out the specifics to arrive to a design acceptable t

Yes. The designed fee for a house design varies according to the complexity of the project and the type of service required of us. The usual fee is based on a percentage of the total cost of building. The percentage can range from as little as one-and-a-half percent for initial sketch plans up to ab

As of 2014 the cost of building a home in the Philippines has risen to an all-time high. Understandably so, the simple arithmetic of rising costs of fuel, transport, labor and building materials all rise on economic factors. Thus, based on the present prevailing construction costs, a house construct

House Construction shall commence when:   Pursuant to Chapter III, Section 301 of the National Building Code of the Philippines (PD 1096) states that, “No person, firm or corporation, including any agency or instrumentality of the government shall erect, construct, alter, repair, move, convert or de

In accordance with PD 1096, Section 302, the applicant (the owner) shall consolidate the necessary documents needed for construction. However, in practice, consolidation of these requirements is usually delegated to a document processor and/or contractor/builder for a fee. We, at A-1 Ultrabuilders w

Upon signing of the construction contract, we request for a ten percent (10%) initial payment to close the deal. When the Building Permits are released, a twenty percent (20%) down payment shall be settled to finally start with the actual house construction. The balance shall be paid through a month

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