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Learn how to deal with lost certificates of titles, title transfers, and title verifications on TV

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Have you ever lost your property’s certificate of title and didn’t know what to do?

What if you bought or sold a property and you need to transfer the title either to yourself or your buyer but you don’t know how to do it?

What if you are eyeing a foreclosed property but you don’t know how to do any title verification as part of due diligence?

If you are in a situation where you find yourself asking any of the questions above, you’re in luck!

Our friends at OMI Land Title Services, your one-stop-shop for land title service needs, will be featured on Philippine Realty TV, where they will provide useful tips and practical solutions to various real estate problems such as title transfer, lost titles (I believe they will touch on the process of the reconstitution of certificates of titles) and title verifications.

Philippine Realty TV, the real estate lifestyle TV show for local and global Filipinos, is hosted by actress, commercial and fashion model Angel Jacob and comedian and stage actor, Gabe Mercado.

On a personal note, from the time I started to outsource my title transfer needs to OMI, they have already done 4 title transfers for me (these are both double-close deals) and they delivered as promised without a hitch, even if there were complex issues that needed to be fixed (a couple of tax declarations were left behind and had to be transferred to the bank prior to me, etc).

Anyway, the first of four episodes which features OMI Land Title Services will air on Sunday, October 28, 2012, at 9:30pm on ANC.  Replays will be shown on Nov. 3 & 4 at 10am on ANC, and on December 2, 2012 (Sunday) at 8am on Studio 23.

Even if we have no TV at home by choice (we tasted the freedom of not having an idiotbox at home in 2008 and never looked back), I will find a way to watch this, or even a recording of these episodes. I hope they will upload a recording in youtube so I can watch it, and also feature it here (with permission of course!).

For more information regarding OMI Land Title Services, you may call them at (632) 884-11-06 or just visit OMI’s website.

Happy learning!

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To our success and financial freedom!

Jay Castillo

Real Estate Investor
PRC Real Estate Broker License No. 3194 
Blog: https://www.foreclosurephilippines.com
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Full Disclosure: OMI Land Title Services is a trusted business partner for our land title service needs.

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People encounter problems and make mistakes when buying foreclosed properties, and Jay wants to help people avoid those problems/ mistakes. Jay encountered a lot of those, which is why he started this blog in 2008 to serve as a guide where he shares lessons learned, and how to overcome challenges you may encounter when investing foreclosed properties in the Philippines … [Read more]
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5 thoughts on “Learn how to deal with lost certificates of titles, title transfers, and title verifications on TV”

  1. Mr. Castillo Jay
    I really appreciate for this website its very educational, some of the articles you posted here, gave me some good ideas what to do with our properties. and somehow your article encourages me and thinking of getting a realtor broker license. Since i really want to invest into real estate in the phils. Thank you again what a great site!

    Fermin Kho
    Honolulu,Hawaii U.S.A

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  2. i am intending to buy a residential house for my mum.i live overseas and was able to inquire on two properties while on holidays in August.i asked for a copy of the titles so i could investigate but they told me that they will only give me a copy after i signed because they said i might be using it to borrow money from the bank.how could i do that?i am trying to buy it.sure i am borrowing the money but it is just so the bank can also help me search the title.what do you think of this people?one was selling on behalf of his aunt the other he reckons he owe people some money and want to pay them with the money they can get from us.

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  3. We bought a property thru bank auction in February 2011, but till date the title has not been transferred in our name. We have paid 95% of the total amount and the agreement was balance of 5% upon transfer of title. We keep sending reminders, however, there has been no action taken. The previous owner has not submitted the documents required by the BIR. How can this issue be resolved? Please advice. Thanks.

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  4. Is OMI charge reasonable?
    I send an inquiry with them, but no response yet. I want to transfer the title of an inherited lot into my name. The name is still in my father’s, and I have 5 siblings who are willing to sign a waiver in my favor. So I could use the same property as a collateral for my bank loan , or Pag-ibig, so I could pay my obligations to my bro and sisters. Additional problem, the prop has a real estate taxes unpaid , P90k..:(…
    The property is in Amparo Subdivision at 950 sq. .meter lot.
    My plan for this, if ever I acquire the prop, is to build my own residence and a townhouse residences, which I plan to co venture or bank loaned. Please advise if this is feasible. Thanks.

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