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Mga Real Estate Groups mipadayag sa punto labot RESA


LUYO sa 6.5-M-unit housing backlog, ang mga grupo sa real state mipadayag sa ilang punto labot sa Real Estate Service Act of 2009 (Resa) nga giingong Anti-Poor, Anti-Filipino ug Anti-Technology Provisions.

Aron matubag ang 6.75-million-unit housing backlog nga anaa lamang sa usa hangtud lima ka mga Filipinos ang dunay kuwang nga makasulod sa desyente ug pormal nga balay, hinungdan nga ang mga real estate industry representatives mikugi sa pag-amenda sa Resa pinaagi sa pag-file og class-action Petition alang sa Declaratory Relief niadtong nakalabay nga Martes, sa Makati Regional Trial Court.

Kini gi-file sa mga miyembro sa A Better Real Estate Philippines (Abrep), usa ka movement nga nag-promotar sa pagpalambo sa inclusivity ug ang gamit sa teknolohiya sa industriya, ang petisyon nagtumong sa pormal nga pag-ila unsa ang giingon ni Abrep President Anthony Leuterio nga “anti-poor, anti-Pinoy and anti-technology” ang provisions sa Resa.

"Resa is anti-poor because it forces unnecessary educational requirements that drive the cost of becoming a practitioner astronomically high,” sulti ni Leuterio atol sa online press conference nga giapilan sa pipila ka dagkong real estate groups sa Pilipinas nga gilangkuban sa Chamber of Real Estate Builders’ Association (Creba), National Real Estate Association (NRea) ug nagkadaiyang developer representatives.

Si Leuterio mibatbat nga ubos sa Section 14 sa Resa, ang mga applicants alang sa Professional Regulation Commission’s (PRC) broker licensure exam kinahanglan gagunit og four-year degree sa Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Management (BSREM).

Sumala ni Leuterio, nga di kini kinahanglan nga educational requirement nga padung sa perteng gastoha aron mamahimong usa ka real estate broker. Ang maong degree lamang mogasto sa moabot sa P300,000 una kini makompleto — usa ka "most expensive and onerous broker licensure process in the world" diin diha sa usa ka alternatibo, iyang gihanyag nga kubsan ang mga units alang sa pipila nga anaa na nganha.

“The backlog is a major problem in the Philippines, but we cannot sell enough units due to the lack of salespersons,” sulti ni Nrea President Benny Cabrieto.

“There are less than 100 BSREM graduates per year, and not all pass the board. Even the good schools do not offer this course,” dugang niya.

Ang overlapping regulatory authority tali sa PRC ug Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD) naghimo sa Resa dili sa ingon ug alang sa giingong paghimo diha sa proseso sa licensure inefficient, apan diha sab sa "exposes potential practitioners" ngadto sa "redundant registration costs."

“Bakit pinapahirapan natin mga salespersons? At the end of the day, there is a developer and broker who monitor the agents,” ingon ni Leuterio. “It will take you six months to one year to get licensed and there is a large amount of money involved. To comply with the accreditation for salespersons, it will cost up to P30,000 if you are far from any DHSUD or PRC offices.”

“Our intent with the filing of the petition for Declaratory Relief is to start overhauling the industry’s regulatory framework to make the profession more inclusive and accessible,” ingon ni Abrep partner and legal advisor Atty. Estrella Elamparo.

Giingon ni Creba National President Noel Cariño, “We are not anti-regulatory, but the problem lies in the 1-is-to-20 provision. Where did you get that number?” ni Cariño. “Now, we are saying tech will allow you to reach as many people as you want, but how can you say that the ‘magic 20’ will ensure optimal real estate Marketing?”

“What we need: people to sell. Hindi lahat ng bayan may brokers. There are towns without licensed brokers,” butyag sab ni Bria Homes President Red Rosales. “Paano natin mabebenta ang mga prinouduce namin na mass housing if walang magbebenta?”

“We are not anti-Resa, we are pro-Pinoy. The law needs to be amended, not abolished. But for any change in this law to be meaningful, it must be a united effort from all stakeholders. We call upon both our fellow industry practitioners and those in the government who align with our beliefs to help make this law a better law for the Philippines,” panapos ni Leuterio. (PR)


Source: Sun.Star Superbalita (https://www.sunstar.com.ph/article/1877489/Superbalita-Davao/Balita/Mga-Real-Estate-Groups-mipadayag-sa-punto-labot-RESA?ref=rss&format=simple&link=link)

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