FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) at CPTI

01 QUESTION: What documents are required from tenants of residential units?
ANSWER: Owners (whether for RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, OFFICE, OR PARKING UNITS) should have the following:

    -- CCT (Certificate of Condominium Title)
    -- Deed of Sale (to check from whom bought)
    -- Realty Tax (optional)
    -- Government-issued ID
    -- Request to Move In form
    -- Authority to Move-In
    -- Updated address and contact numbers

These are the basic documents to identify ownership of each unit. This will strengthen the verification process to prevent anomalous transactions made by third parties other than the owners, such as leasing of properties, moving-in, pull-outs, renovations, repairs, etc. Presence of said documents will protect the best interests of the owners.

02 QUESTION: What documents are required from tenants of residential units?
ANSWER: Tenants of residential units are required to submit the following:

    -- SPA or authorization for Brokers
    -- Notarized Contract of Lease
    -- Government issued ID
    -- Request to Move In form
    -- Authority to Move-In
    -- Community Bond deposit - P1,000
    -- Water meter deposit -  P500.00
    -- Access ID photo per occupant (for New)
    -- 2 copies of ID size (1x1)  photo per occupant for ID and file
    -- Tenant Information Sheet / Proof of Residency
    -- Post-dated checks for association dues payable to CPTI (from tenant or owner)    

03 QUESTION: What documents are required from tenants of commercial/office units?
ANSWER: Tenants of commercial/office units are required to submit the following:

    -- SPA or authorization for Brokers
    -- Notarized Contract of Lease
    -- Government issued ID
    -- Request to Move In form
    -- Authority to Move-In
    -- Community Bond deposit - P1,000
    -- Water meter deposit -  P500.00
    -- Access ID photo per occupant (for New)
    -- 2 copies of ID size (1x1)  photo per occupant for ID and file
    -- Tenant Information Sheet / Proof of Residency
    -- Post-dated checks for association dues payable to CPTI (from tenant or owner)
    -- DTI or SEC Registration Certificate
    -- Mayor's Permit
    -- Office Lay-out
    -- BIR Registration

04 QUESTION: What documents are required from tenants of parking lots?
ANSWER: Tenants of parking lots are required to submit the following:

    -- SPA or authorization for Brokers
    -- Notarized Contract of Lease
    -- Government issued ID
    -- Request to Move In PARKING (for sticker)
    -- Authority to Move-In (Parking)
    -- Payment of cost of sticker
    -- Driver's License
    -- OR/CR of vehicle
    -- Tenant Information Sheet
    -- Post-dated checks for association dues payable to CPTI (from tenant or owner)

05 QUESTION: What if the owner of the unit is not available to sign documents?
ANSWER: There should be a notarized Special Power of Attorney (SPA) coming from the owner, authorizing a broker or third property to perform the specific acts desired, in order to avoid occurrence of illegal acts.

06 QUESTION: What should unit owners watch out for, especially when entrusting their units to a third party?
ANSWER: Owners should watch out for improperly-processed documents.

07 QUESTION: What are the roles of brokers of CPTI units?
ANSWER: Brokers are the bridge between the owners and tenants, to see to it that CPTI house rules and policies are being followed/observed religiously and consistently. They are also responsible for assisting in the submission of fully-accomplished forms. They will see to it that any complaints from both owners and tenants are resolved, and if needed, be brought to the attention of the CPTI Administration Office for consultation, guidance or notice.

08 QUESTION: Will the Move-in permit be processed by the Administration Office if the owner has not signed it?
ANSWER: Yes, provided that there is a notarized SPA from the owner.

09 QUESTION: Will the CPTI Administration Office allow a sale or lease without a broker?
ANSWER: Yes. Because of their familiarity, brokers can assist in the processing documents. However, the friendly CPTI Administration Office may assist in these matters if requested.

10 QUESTION: How will the unit owners know if their tenants are complying with their contracts of lease?
ANSWER: Through their brokers and/or the CPTI Administration Office.

11 QUESTION: Apart from the owners and tenants, who may stay or use a particular unit?
ANSWER: Any person/s authorized by th owner may stay/use a unit, provided that said person/s have a written authority from the owner, submitted to the CPTI Administration Office for recording purposes.

12 QUESTION: In case of problems with their unit, who can the owner/tenant call?
ANSWER: The CPTI Administration Office, lobby guard, or maintenance staff. If there is a broker, they may also be contacted, since brokers also share the responsibility in making the stay of tenants an enjoyable experience.

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