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CES Academy is a provider of the best real estate education in the country. Backed up with 30 years of first hand experience in the industry, our goal is to refresh practitioners with the fundamentals of real estate as a profession through seminars, and teach the latest trends and practices.

15-unit CPD Mastering Effective Due Diligence in Baguio City

Let the buyer beware or CAVEAT EMPTOR  as we always say it, is a foremost rule in buying real estate properties. Keeping yourself minded of every physical aspect and records that hide in a property can spare a whole transaction from getting through rough processing or worse, be required to spend so much in rebuilding and clearing documents.

So how do we execute due diligence?
Join us in 2-day CPD (Continuing Professional Development) ideal for licensed brokers, appraisers and even buyers of real estate and know the most significant matters that need to be inspected as you do due diligence. 


contact details: 09174996544 / 9417929 / 9941993
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15-hr CPD: Real Estate Document Management

They often say that each real estate transaction is unique. Therefore, all documents that come with it may just be entirely different from other cases as this process constitute numerous factors from both buyer's and seller's end.

Join us in our 2-day CPD seminar as we thoroughly discuss procedures and orderly manner of executing documents on sale, lease, mortgage, donation and estate planning that can aid you to make it through the tedious process of "after-sales"! 

Strictly by reservation due to limited seats!
Call now to get reservation details: 09174996544 / 9417929 / 9941993

15-Unit CPD: Real Estate Transfers - Grantors' and Grantees' obligations

  Executing an instrument of Deed is most of the time believed to be a sufficient proof of ownership over a property. As the constitution states, having a Deed on hand makes a person a "lawful owner" of a property. However, how strong do you think can this piece of paper always secure your claim over a property, specially when the agreement of conveyance has never been bound to a third party thru registration?