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Welcome To Federal Land

Federal Land, Inc. is a member of the GT Capital Holdings company and a proud partner of the Metrobank Group. Its roots began in Manila as Federal Homes, Inc. in 1972. From humble beginnings, it has evolved to its current name, Federal Land, Inc., developer of prime residential and commercial developments, from high-rise condominiums to suburban communities to commercial centers.

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Why You Should Choose Us?

Free Interior Design

Need a decorating inspiration? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. When you buy your dream home, we offer you a free interior design service that reflect you and your style. Because when you deal with us, there’s no right or wrong way to do it – just your way.

Excellent Service

We always listen to you and your needs and offer various choices based on those needs. We will personally guide you through the entire buying process from beginning to end: finding your home, negotiating your contract, and signing documents.

Site Visits / Trips

Investing in a great home starts with a casual conversation. Our real estate pros – who have a level of expertise unparalleled in the industry can pick you up from your home, hotel or even the airport to show you suitable homes that match your needs..

Open 24 X 7

New Year’s Eve? We’re here. Labor Day? You bet. Five in the morning on a Sunday? Absolutely! For model unit viewing, unit reservations, sample computations and email inquiries please contact us anytime via phone, text, email, or live chat.

Solid Advice When You Are House Hunting:

Buying a new home or other type of real estate for the first time can be scary, but it doesn't have to be. Pour over this information, including the many tips, to help you understand the process and what to watch out for when making your real estate purchase, and you'll be a pro in no time.

1.Treat real estate like any other investment technique: buy low and sell high. This maximizes your return on investment while minimizing your risk. Home ownership is one of the best investments you can make, as it allows you to build equity in something that everyone needs anyway, a place to live.

2.When thinking about buying a house, consider the neighborhood. While you may believe that the house is ideal for you, think about important things, such as the proximity to what your family needs: the local school, grocery store, transportation, etc. Also, take time to meet the neighbors before you buy your property. The last thing you want is to move in next to someone that you really don't get along with.

3.When entering into any real estate deal, it is always best to hire a lawyer. The contracts and requirements of buying real estate can be overwhelming. A real estate lawyer can be the deciding factor in making sure you get not only the best deal, but also the protection you need.

4.Research the natural disasters that have occurred in the area of the home you are considering. Find out if the property lies near a fault or a flood zone, if wildfires are prevalent in the area or if the area is known for tornado activity. Not only do these factors influence the value of the home, this can make insuring the property, once you own it, much more expensive.

5.When you want to buy a home and you have the credit, the job and the necessary funds, usually there are no good reasons to postpone the purchase. In some cases for example, when you are new to the area, your job is not secure enough or you are getting married in the near future, you might consider putting off the purchase.

6.If you are buying a home to rent out, consider it's location and potential renters when making renovation decisions. A low income house will not benefit from the expense of granite counters for example. Although a renter will be excited they are are there, they won't be able to pay a premium for the property simply because you put them in.

7.One important tip when it comes to real estate, is to make sure that you keep a detailed journal of everything that you do throughout the process. This is important as either the buyer or the seller, because it will help to ensure that not only do you know how well you are accomplishing your goals, but will also be a good record in case you need proof, if an unforeseen circumstance arises.

8.One important tip when it comes to real estate is to have experts confirm the value of a home you are looking to purchase. This is important because while you may have done plenty of research on your own, you may not know everything that an expert would. It cannot hurt to make friends in the business and call upon them for assistance. Show them that you are making an effort on your own and only want their expert opinion in order to get the best response.

9.When buying or selling a house make sure you know how much your real estate agent will charge. The traditional rate is 3%, but you can find lots of discount real estate brokers who charge significantly less. Make sure though that the service they will provide is all you need.

10.When it comes to paying property taxes and hazard insurance on your property, you have two options. The first option is to have the cost of those two things added to your monthly payment and the mortgage company will pay them for you. On the other hand you can handle making these payments on your own, if you wait until the last minute you could owe a huge sum of money all at once.

11.One important tip to remember when investing in commercial real estate is to make sure you establish a good network of agents and investors before attempting to enter the market. This is important because you need people on the inside to help you get funding, the latest tips and trends, and first notice for property availability.

12.Location location location. You are far better off buying the ugliest house on the best street in the nicest neighborhood than you are buying a perfect home with upgrades and amenities on an ugly street in a questionable neighborhood. Property values are determined much more by a homes surroundings than they are by their cosmetics.

13.If you are purchasing a home in foreclosure, assume that it probably will need many repairs. Most foreclosed homes may have been sitting vacant for some time before going up for sale, meaning that regular maintenance has not been done. Many foreclosed homes need a brand new HVAC system, and can have pests that need to be taken care of.

14.There are a variety of great tips in the real estate business. One general rule is that homes increase in value over time. This rule is generally true. That is why you can make a good amount of money by investing in property and selling it in the future.

15.Be careful when working with an agent who represents the needs of both the home buyer and the home seller. Buyers and sellers want different things; the buyer wants to get a good deal on the home, whereas the seller wants to make as much money as possible. It is not likely that a dual agent is going to be able to always keep your best interests at heart.

Now that you know how the process works, you can methodically and carefully plan your first real estate purchase. Whether you hurriedly go house hunting this weekend, look for apartment buildings to manage or scout for retail-business buildings, your newly found confidence will help you to make the right purchasing decisions.