FAQS

Ortigas&Company’s developments range from high-rise condominiums to subdivisions. Our communities are well-planned, well-constructed, and well-maintained. Because of good location, high quality of construction, and long-term commitment to service and maintenance, our properties have enhanced the living experience of our residents. Our luxury developments are characterized by their choice locations usually within central business districts or emerging city centers, generous unit sizes and value appreciation.

Some of our more completed projects include, Capitol Commons (Ortigas Center), Ortigas East (Pasig), Greenhills (San Juan), Circulo Verde (Quezon City)

Ayala Land Premier properties are located in central business districts like Makati and Bonifacio Global City (Taguig). Properties outside Metro Manila are in selected provinces of Central and Southern Luzon, the Visayas region, and Mindanao.

New areas for expansion are also constantly being added. Please click on Our Properties for a complete list.

Ayala Land offers subdivision lots, house-and-lot units, condominium units, and membership club shares.

There are generally 2 types of residential products in the Philippines: (a) subdivision lots, and (b) condominium units.

Subdivision lots are parcels of land within a project of subdivided property, where each lot is covered by an individual title (i.e. Transfer Certificates of Title or TCTs) issued by the Register of Deeds. A subdivision lot may be sold with a particular type of dwelling unit constructed on it, which may be a single-detached house or a townhouse.

Subdivision projects are covered by a subdivision plan submitted by the developer to the Bureau of Lands. The use and occupancy of subdivision lots and common areas such as open spaces and roads, in a subdivision project are governed by a Deed of Restrictions which is formulated by the developer.

Condominium units are also covered by individual titles (i.e. Condominium Certificates of Title or CCTs) issued by the Register of Deeds. A condominium project is covered by the Master Deed with Declaration of Restrictions. The Master Deed is the enabling act or deed which constitutes, among others, the description of the land, building, common areas, facilities, intended purpose of the building, and the statement of the nature of the interest and obligation acquired by the buyer. The Declaration of Restrictions is a part of the Master Deed which states, among others, the limitation of ownership of each unit in the condominium, the manner of sharing of the common area expenses, and provides for the management of the project by the condominium corporation through a board of directors.

There are two ways to schedule a visit:
• Click Chat with us button at the lower part of the screen to chat with our property specialist and schedule a visit to a property you are interested in.
• Visit our properties’ locations at your own convenience. We have site officers who can assist you with your inquiries. Directions and location maps are available in the information pages of each of our properties in this website.

Depending on the project. Please check with your property specialist for the actual specification of the utilities for the project you are interested in.

Depending on the project, you may be given options on floor finish, sanitary wares, material for kitchen and bedroom cabinets, number of parking slots, etc. Please check with your seller for the complete list of options available to you.

You can get in touch with our Property Specialist by chatting with them by clicking on the Chat with us button at the bottom right of your screen. You can also leave your details at the Contact Us page.

Yes you need a broker who is an accredited seller or a Property Specialist to assist you in buying property.

The cost of the property is typically affected by the factors which buyers take into consideration when buying.

A typical condo – minimum price of about Php8 million
A typical office – minimum price of about Php21 million

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