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Charlie A.V. Gorayeb

Chairman of the Board, CREBA Chairman, CREBA Advocacy & Legislative Affairs Committee Honorary Consul General, Republic of Djibouti

Quality Housing Laws

Ask any seasoned real estate developer how long it takes before commencing a housing project in the Philippines and expect to hear pre-construction stage running at a minimum of 3 to 5 years. The Housing and Urban n Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) attests that every project requires about 100 documents and 68 permits from at …

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Putting an end to long-standing housing woes

CREBA is throwing its full support to House Bill No. 4886 filed by House Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo which seeks to create a Comprehensive Homme Financing Program (CHFP) that will entitle all income-earning Filipinos to fixed, low-interest, long-term housing loans whether or not they are members of the Social Security System (SSS), Government Service Insurance System …

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Full-fledged department to clear 6.57M housing backog

CREBA is pressing hard anew for a full-fledged department that will enable the government to address the perennial and ever-increasing housing backlog which the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) has announced to have reached a minimum of 6.57 million units as of 2017. This untiring call-out to government takes a high pitch as …

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Land use bill to put national development in order

The country’s largest organization of key real estate industry players supports the passage of the proposed national land use act (NLUA) now pending in Congress to put the country’s economic and physical development in order. The bill is the 3rd in CREBA’s 5-point agenda for housing, serving as the centerpiece of its 27th national convention …

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A local one-stop shop for housing? Why not?

CREBA members recently wrote to Congressman Ruffy Biazon and House Committee chair Albee Benitez regarding House Bill 1722, or the proposed act creating a local housing board in all cities and first to third class municipalities in the country. The Chamber is inclined to support the bill for seeking to transfer the power of the …

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