What is acquired asset?
Acquired Asset means a Qualifying Unencumbered Property which has been acquired by Borrower (directly or indirectly) after the date of this Agreement.
What acquired property?
Property acquisition refers to the process of gaining ownership or rights over a real estate property. The rules of acquisition of any given property may vary from country to country, however, most follow a standard process.
How do I buy acquired assets in SSS?
As part of the requirement for purchasing an SSS acquired property, the buyer must pay the corresponding down payment equivalent to 5 percent of the selling price if the selling price is P500,000 and below, or 10 percent if the selling price is above P500,000.
How can I get acquired assets in Pag-IBIG?
How to Buy Pag-IBIG Acquired Assets Under Negotiated Sale
- Reserve the Foreclosed Property.
- Submit the Requirements for Purchase (For Housing Loan Only)
- Receive the Notice of Approval of Loan.
- Sign and Submit Mortgage Documents.
- Make Your Payment.
Who can claim self acquired property?
Answers (2) Sons and daughters have the first right (as Class I heirs) over the self acquired property of their father if he dies intestate i.e. without leaving a Will and since both the son and daughter are also coparceners, they also have the legal rights to get shares in ancestral property.
How do you prove a property is self acquired?
Answers (2) When you purchsed the agricultural land, you must have gained the title of the property by executing an agreement to sale. Even if you don’t have that then you must be having the document to show that the property was registered in your name or at least you must be having the patta of the property.
Can I sell my house to Pag-IBIG?
Pag-IBIG Accredited Projects Around The Philippines If you are a real estate developer or a real estate professional selling Pag-IBIG Accredited Projects, you may post your property here free of charge. Please provide us a details description of the project and the units for sale.
Can father sell his self acquired property?
No the son and the daughter cannot object to the sale of the property as it is the father’s self acquired property. If the property is a self acquired one then the owner has the sole rights to sell the property.
Can I sell my self acquired property?