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When can we occupy the house?

We grant occupancy permits to those buyers who have completed their loan documents and other obligations at Hausland.


Do you have options for lot purchase?

Yes, however, on selected projects only.


What are the products sold by Hausland

Hausland mainly offers House and Lot packages as well as lot purchases and town houses for some projects.


Where are the properties of Hausland located?

Our projects are mostly located in Central and Northern Luzon, strategically positioned near leading establishments and institutions.


What are the restrictions on further house improvements after turn-over?

We allow improvements on the units after turn-over as long as plans, bill of materials and layouts are submitted to the Project Design and Research (PDR) Department for approval. Guidelines on improvements can be discussed by the Customer Relations Coordinators of the Marketing Department.


Where can I pay my dues?

For down payment and Pag-IBIG monthly amortization, please pay directly to Hausland.


When can I get my title?

Buyer may get the original transferred title under principal’s name 3 – 4 months after paying the TCP (Total Contract Price) of the unit and settling all obligations to Hausland.


Can foreigners avail of your house and lot packages?

Legally speaking, foreign nationals are not allowed to own a lot in the Philippines; however, our legal department accepts consultations regarding this matter. For contact details please click here.


Do you have programs for OFWs?

Yes we do, you may contact our Customer Relations Division for further details.


How long has Hausland been operating in this industry?

Hausland has been in this industry for more than 20 years. It had its early beginnings in the year 1985 where it started as a small real estate company who focused on the acquisition and re-sale of lands. It took a bolder step in 1992 when it developed a four-hectare property in Angeles City. Since then, Hausland continued to thrive and develop more than 20 subdivisions all over Northern and Central Luzon, thus, making them the leading provider of affordable housing units on Region 1 and Region 3.