PRC Registration Requirements and Procedures

PART ONE:

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION WITHOUT EXAMINATION

For the benefit of new members of MUNREB (present and future), I am reposting these notes from our President, Atty. Dominique Franco-Inigo posted in our Munreb Yahoogroup last August 3, 2010 :

CHECKLIST

PRC Rules on RESA: The IRR was published in the Phil Star last July 24, 2010. PRC will accept complete applications starting August 9,2010.
Filing Fee is P900.

Holders of Valid DTI licenses may apply for PRC license & registration without taking the licensure examinations. Please note items 1, 2, 4, 5, 8 and 9 below are applicable to MUNREB members:

The IRR states that an applicant for registration without examination must submit the ff. documents:
1. Original and photocopy of certificate of live birth/birth certificate (NSO) or valid Philippine passport, or any other proof of citizenship.

2. Original and photocopy of certificate of registration (COR) and/or Professional Identification Card (PIC) or DTI Licenses;

3. DTI Certification of Rating (for those who passed the examinations but failed to obtain their license),

4. Original and photocopy of NBI Clearance

5. Duly notarized CEP/CPE Certification

6. Civil Service Commission Certification, DOF, or any other national government agencies or GOCC Certification (assessors or government appraisers), or any certification of accredited seminar/training provider.

7. Appointment papers and service records to prove appraisal or assessors experience (for assessors/government appraisers)

8. Original and photocopy of Marriage Certificate/ Contract of Marriage (NSO) (if applicable)

9. Four (4) passport size colored photos with complete name tag in white background, original and photocopy of community tax certificate (CTC), and surety bond for real estate brokers and private real estate appraisers.

NOTES on the requirements:

Filing Fee is P900 nine hundred pesos.

The Surety Bond must be in an amount NOT LESS than
Twenty Thousand Pesos and issued by a reputable bonding company.

The CPE certification must be NOTARIZED. Those holding notarized CPE certificates issued 2007 and after may use these CPE certificates to comply with item 5 above. For those who took or attended a MUNREB CPE in 2007 or after, and cannot find/locate their certificates, may request MUNREB to issue a NOTARIZED CPE certificates for a fee.

[Those who do NOT have any CPE credits may contact the PAREB Center at (02)477-7890 for the available schedules.]

PLEASE START COMPILING YOUR DOCUMENTS especially the NBI clearance. BE SURE TO KEEP AN EXTRA FILE OF EVERYTHING YOU WILL SUBMIT. IF YOU ALREADY HAVE ALL THE REQUIREMENTS, YOU MAY PROCEED TO THE 3RD FLOOR OF PRC and file your application starting August 9,2010.

To download the APPLICATION FORM and PROCEDURES, click on this link to view our earlier post.


After submission of the Application for Registration, wait for the succeeding issuance of the Board Resolution Approving Applications for Registration Without Examination by the PROFESSIONAL REGULATORY BOARD OF REAL ESTATE SERVICE. Resolutions to this effect are posted in the website of PRC at http://www.prc.gov.ph. As of this writing, the latest Resolution issued by PRB-RES on the matter is  Board Resolution No. 5, dated March 25, 2011.

 

 

PART TWO:

REGISTRATION and SIGNING IN THE REGISTRY BOOK

Posting here the January 19, 2011 message of Immediate Past President Ophie Wolf in our Yahoogroup regarding the requirements and procedure for the registration:

For those whose applications have been approved and whose names have appeared in the list of approved applications circulated in the PRC website, following is the guide on how to proceed when you go to PRC to register.

What to bring:

1) Claim stub & OR for the P900 application fee
2) 2 Passport-size photos with white background and name tag in front
3) 1 ID size version of nr. 2
4) P40 for 2 documentary stamps; P50 notarial fee for Oathtaking form; P600 for registration fee P450 for annual fee; P1,000 for oathtaking ceremony ticket
5) small brown (manila) envelope – print your name clearly on the upper left-hand corner and put one of the documentary stamps and one passport-size photo (from Step 2) inside
6) have your cedula nr., date and place of issuance handy

Step by Step Procedure

1. from PRC entrance proceed to the left corner window (Public Assistance Counter) and ask for an Oathtaking form

2. Fill up the Oathtaking form, affix one passport-size photo in the space provided on the right hand corner.

3. Proceed to the counter on the right side to buy 2 pcs. of documentary stamps tax, pay P40. The staff at the counter will affix one doc. stamp on your oathtaking form. Put the other doc. stamp inside your
small brown manila envelope together with the other passport size photo.

4. Proceed to the 2nd building, turn left and left again to Window 27. Present your oathtaking form and OR and claim stub. The lady at the window will give you the Index card you submitted when you filed your application together with the Oathtaking form with the assessment already written on it.

5. With these, go to the Cashier right by the front of the building (where you also paid your P900 application fee) and pay P1,050 (P600 + P450). Get the OR.

6. Then go to the Legal Department on the 2nd Floor of the same building and have your Oathtaking form notarized. Pay P50 notarial fee.

7. Go back to Window 27 and present your Oathtaking form, Index card, OR, small Manila envelope with the doc stamp and passport photo inside.

8. At Window 27 you will be asked to fill up the Professional Registration Form. The number on the line you will be asked to fill up will be your Registration or PRC License No. . Fill up all boxes except the last one with “Remarks”. For the Box which says date of examination, write Registration without Examination. Affix your 1×1 Photo in the box provided. A tube of paste is already provided by the window. Affix your thumbmark– a stamp pad is also provided by the window.

9. The Lady at Window 27 will give you your OR back and the claim stub.

10. Go to the left corner where a table is set up which says Oathtaking tickets – present your claim stub for the lady to check your name in the list of approved applicants. If your name is found, she will give you your ticket, have you sign two log books and get your P1,000 payment.

FINITO! Keep your claim stub and bring it to the Oathtaking ceremonies on February 10 because the finished certificates and License ID’s will be distributed at the venue and yours might just be one of them.

Here’s what the Oath Form looks like. To download, click on this link.

 

PART THREE:

OATH TAKING

On-going registration is until April 14, 2011. Oath taking ceremonies slated on April 26. Seats are on a first-come, first-served basis. Come in Filipiniana attire at the PICC.

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