Hoppler’s Pre-Selling Process

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Buying a pre-selling property should not be a toilsome job; conversely, the process should be solely worthwhile. Hoppler’s pre-selling division proves that the process of purchasing a forthcoming property is rewarding and beneficial for clients and brokers alike. We want to help sellers go through the procedures smoothly.

Here is Hoppler’s pre-selling process:

Preparation of Sales Materials

To begin the process, sellers must be ready with the important sales documents of the project he is selling. Sales materials include:

  • Reservation agreement
  • Buyer’s information sheet
  • Schedule of payment
  • Bank details of the developer

Note: Hoppler does not accept cash payments for the reservation fee. Checks must be payable to the developer.

  • Availability chart
  • Floor plan / Unit plan / Site Development Plan

Site Viewing

When scheduling a site viewing, sellers must get in touch with the Developer’s Brokers Network support at least 3 days before for the tripping to inform them about the visit and to request for a vehicle. If no vehicle is available, they should coordinate with Hoppler for their vehicle’s availability.

Reservation of Unit

If a prospective buyer decides to buy the property, he should be ready with the following necessary documents:

  • Reservation fee

Note: Cash payments should be deposited directly to the developer’s bank account by the client while checks should be payable to the developer.

  • 2 valid Identification Cards
  • Proof of income

Note: It can be a Certificate of Employment or the latest 3 months payslips. For OFWs, a job contract is required.

  • Proof of billing

Sales Service

From compiling the required documents of the developer to construction update, sellers should assist buyers all the way. If a client would want to avail of a housing loan via a bank, in-house, or Pag-Ibig, he should pass the following additional requirements:

  • Loan application form
  • 2 valid Identification Cards
  • Proof of billing
  • Proof of income
  • Note: It can be a Certificate of Employment or the latest 3 months payslips. For OFWs, a job contract is required.
  • Special Power of Attorney for OFWs.

Note: It should be certified by the Philippine embassy. The representative should have 2 valid Identification Cards.

Photos of the ongoing construction, the turnover date, and turnover specifications are essential details that sellers should provide to buyers.

Turnover

During this process, the seller needs to be aware of the schedule of loan takeout and the supplementary requirements needed to be prepared by the buyers for the turnover.

 

Hoppler’s pre-selling process shows that buying a property should not be a dreadful task.

Do you want to be our partner broker for pre-selling projects? Call us at 890-0062.

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