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696 pass Real Estate Appraiser Licensure Examination


Less than half of 1,620 examinees passed the Real Estate Appraiser Licensure Examination given by the Board of Real Estate Service in several cities across the country this month.

According to a press release from the Professional Regulation Commission, Jerry Magbanua Catague of Ateneo de Davao University and Blake Salingbay Feken from UP Diliman led the 696 exam passers with scores of 85.50.

At second place was Jeff-Mike Smith Vasquez Sule from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines with 85.00 followed by Noel Mozo Ajoc from Mindanao State University-Iligan Isntitute of Technology and Dan Neil Lauzon Dima-ala of De La Salle University with 84.50.

Sharing fourth place were Wayne Wesly Baroro Bation of Silliman University, Shelden Danie Mejorada Mepico of ADDU, and Elaine Lim Tan of DLSU with 84.00.

Lea Cardel Costo of Tabaco College, and Judy Cruz Dellota and David Tan Lim of UP Diliman got scores of 83.50 to share fifth place.

[Complete List of Real Estate Appraiser Licensure Examination passers]

"Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be on August 6 and 7, 2014," the PRC said.

Registrants are required to bring the following:

  • Duly-accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal
  • Current Community Tax Certificate (cedula)
  • 1 piece passport-size picture (colored with white background and complete nametag)
  • 2 sets of metered documentary stamps
  • 1 short brown envelope with name and profession
  • Initial Registration Fee of P600
  • Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2014-2017 

"All registrants are likewise required to submit an original copy of Surety Bond for three ( 3 ) years (with certificate of good standing from the Insurance Commission), minimum amount of which is P 20,000.00, with the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) as Obligee. For government employees, no Surety Bond is required, but instead, submission of a notarized original Certificate of Employment from their respective offices is required," the PRC also said. — JDS, GMA News