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    #11
    mga commercial space namin 5% yearly. maganda location kaya ok sa naupa

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    Quote Originally Posted by vvti2.0 View Post
    10% ang increase yearly, pero pwede mo naman yan wag i-implement kung ok tenants mo.

    Kailangan may contract ka sa tenants mo, pwede lang si magkaroon ng rights, ay yung roghts of first refusal kung sakali man gusto mo na ibenta apartment mo.

    Sa amin strict ang contract namin sa mga tenants, limited ang kung ilang heads lang ang per unit, bawal ang pets, 10% increase yearly, 2 months deposit 1 month advance at hindi ito consumable, kung may napansin na sumubra sa population per unit ay i-charge ka gn daily rate which is 400 per head dun sa sumobra, kung may reklamo sila ay sila ang mgbabayad ng lawyer ng landlords and any legal fees, lahat ng taxes sila magbabayad, they can only get their deposit and advance kung aalis na sila and after ibigay ng service providers (cable, telco, electric and water) yung bill na covered nung dates na naka stay pa sila.
    Pagnagpa rent ba ng mga studio type let say mga 4 units kailangan ba ng business permit? At medyo ok naman yung location mga 6k ok na ba yun? TiA


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    Meron na bang rent control act? Parang may nabanggit na ganyan dati yung friend ko.

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    Yung business permits sa mga apartments, depende yan sa lugar mo kung masipag mag mapping ang city hall at ang BIR, at depende rin kung mga kupal ag tenants mo.

    Kami pumipili ng tenants, unang tanung ay kung ano ang trabaho.

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    #15
    May pros and cons ang yearly increment sa rent.. Well, naturally benefit kay owner yun.. Madali din mag re-tool ng contract lalo na kung 1st timer sa ganitong business..

    Pero i must agree na some tenants get easily intimidated pag meron increase after a year.. It all boils down to negotiation.. Meron kameng mga tenants na ok, we give long term contracts 2-3years before an expected increase..

    Mahalaga din itanong ang trabaho nung uupa para atleast may idea ka kung ano capabilities niya.. Basta dapat plantsado lahat ng do's and don'ts niyo sa contract signing..


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    #16
    permission to OT.

    alin ba mas magandang business?
    apartment o UV express na van.

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Leo_Arz View Post
    Pagnagpa rent ba ng mga studio type let say mga 4 units kailangan ba ng business permit? At medyo ok naman yung location mga 6k ok na ba yun? TiA


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    Kahit anong type (residential lr commercial, single door or multiple units) need mo at the very least i-register sa barangay. Pag nagkaron ka ng case against the tenant at di naka-register sa barangay di ka nila i-entertain. As far as the barangay/city government is concerned you (i.e., your business entity) only exists if you have a permit and pay tax.

    May nagsabi sa akin, i don't really know if it is true, na kung yung rental property ay registered in the name of a senior citizen, AND within certain limits (number of units/rent amount/total income) may discount daw ang registration and business taxes. Sabi sabi lang ha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yebo View Post
    Kahit anong type (residential lr commercial, single door or multiple units) need mo at the very least i-register sa barangay. Pag nagkaron ka ng case against the tenant at di naka-register sa barangay di ka nila i-entertain. As far as the barangay/city government is concerned you (i.e., your business entity) only exists if you have a permit and pay tax.

    May nagsabi sa akin, i don't really know if it is true, na kung yung rental property ay registered in the name of a senior citizen, AND within certain limits (number of units/rent amount/total income) may discount daw ang registration and business taxes. Sabi sabi lang ha.
    Me ilan ako kilala Hindi nag kuha business o brgy permit sa tagal panahon. Maki ramdam muna hehe


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    Quote Originally Posted by rollyic View Post
    permission to OT.

    alin ba mas magandang business?
    apartment o UV express na van.
    Para sa akin pareho Kung me budget ka. sa apartment me monthly income while uv express daily income.


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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by rollyic View Post
    permission to OT.

    alin ba mas magandang business?
    apartment o UV express na van.
    Apartment is much much better than UV. While apartment units depreciate over time, the land appreciate. UV from the time it get's out of casa.

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