Accreditation Of 1,086 Real Estate Salespersons Approved By The PRC/PRBRES

Updated on August 12, 2013 by 8 Comments

This should be welcome news to real estate salespersons out there who have been waiting for the approval of their accreditation. Through their website, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced yesterday the approval of the accreditation of a total of 1,086 real estate salespersons.

The schedule for registration shall be on July 17, 18, 19, 2013, according to the announcement.

The scheduled dates for registration, corresponding list of real estate salespersons who should register on said dates, which are grouped according to the respective board resolutions from the PRBRES (Professional Regulatory Board of Real Estate Service), can be found below.

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Date of registration

PRBRES Resolutions (contains complete list of real estate salespersons)

July 17, 2013Resolution 1 Series of 2012:

Resolution 5 Series of 2013:

Resolution 6 Series of 2013:
July 18, 2013Resolution 11 Series of 2013:

Resolution 12 Series of 2013:

Resolution 13 Series of 2013:
July 19, 2013Resolution 17 Series of 2013:

Resolution 20 Series of 2013:

Source: PRC Website


Actually, the 1,086 real estate salespersons I mentioned above also includes the 423 I mentioned in a post last March 2013, based on information I got from the PRC Baguio website. Some thought the data I posted there was not true. Now we know it’s true!

Real estate salesperson accreditation cards

Real estate salespersons can register for the issuance of their Accreditation Cards (I think these are the ID cards) on the dates above. Those who will register are advised to proceed to the Auditorium located at the 5th floor of the Annex Building of the PRC.


Details for the oathtaking ceremony for real estate salespersons including date of oathtaking, venue, attire, oathtaking fees, etc., were not yet available, and will be announced later, according to the PRC.

July 21, 2013 Real Estate Appraisers Exam

In related news, the next Real Estate Appraisers Exam shall be given by the PRC on July 21, 2013. We wish all of those taking the real estate appraisers exam good luck!


To our success and financial freedom!

Jay Castillo

Real Estate Investor
PRC Real Estate Broker License No. 3194 
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  • thess

    hello po. ask lang po ako, i applied for real estate person last nov 22, 2011 but until now hindi parin ako included sa list. can you advise me po what to do????

  • Divine Aspa

    Hi Jay! Do you have any info why others did not approved their accreditation for salesperson..they applied it since 2011, and their documents are complete. Salamat & God bless.

  • Harlene M. Orozco

    Hi! May I know kung kelan po marereleased yung lisenced I.D ng sales person accreditation. Nag apply po ako last Dec. 2011

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  • Kian

    Jay, anong difference nila sa brokers?

    • Jay Castillo

      Hi Kian,

      To avoid any subjective interpretation from me, I’ll just quote the following from the RESA Law IRR:

      Section 3-g-5:

      “Real estate salesperson – a duly accredited natural person who performs service for, and in behalf of a real estate broker who is registered and licensed by the Professional Regulatory Board of Real Estate Service for or in expectation of a share in the commission, professional fee, compensation or other valuable consideration.”

      Excerpts from Section 31:

      “Real estate salespersons shall be under the direct supervision and accountability of a real estate broker. As such, they cannot by themselves be signatories to a written agreement involving a real estate transaction unless the real estate broker who has direct supervision and accountability over them is also a signatory thereto. No real estate salesperson, either directly or indirectly, can negotiate, mediate or transact any real estate transaction for and in behalf of a real estate broker without first securing an authorized accreditation as real estate salesperson for the real estate broker, as prescribed by the Board. A real estate broker shall be guilty of violating R.A. No. 9646 or the IRR for employing or utilizing the services of a real estate salesperson when he/she has not secured the required accreditation from the Board prior to such employment.

      No salesperson shall be entitled to receive or demand a fee, commission or compensation of any kind from any person, other than the duly licensed real estate broker who has direct control and supervision over him, for any service rendered or work done by such salesperson in any real estate transaction. No violation of this provision shall be a cause for revocation or suspension of the certificate of registration of the real estate broker unless there was actual knowledge of such violation or the broker retains the benefits, profits or proceeds of a transaction wrongfully negotiated by the salesperson.”

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