i finally got the sketch map of the partitioned 4130. these are the official and exact boundary distances. of our parcel WHEW !!! i was so relieved to know the width at the NGCP tower area is around 29 meters (my initial estimate was only 20 meters). the tower is 10 meters which leaves 19 meters for the road, more than enough for 2 way pass of big dump trucks. the hauler for the clay and the subdivision developer require at least 16 meters. the geodetic said it will take around 3 months for the approved plan to be done. i will submit a copy of the approved plan to macris and terdy of NGCP so we can be compensated for the tower. i hope it would be a monthly rental and not a one time payment. (i'm afraid someone in the family might prematurely use their share for down payment of a car if it's big enough giving me more headaches assisting them with monthly payments. hehehehe. just kidding. but seriously, it will be a while before we start getting income from the hauling and sale of subdivision lots so please pugong lang sa ta. discipline lang usa). before it was NGCP chasing after me wanting to pay for the tower but i was the one running away from them because the zonal value was still forest timberland which has a very low payout but now it is classified as residential, it would be NGCP's turn to run away from me because the zonal value just skyrocketed. hahahahah !!! real estate is like a chess game.
i finally got the sketch map of the partitioned 4130. these are the official and exact boundary distances. of our parcel WHEW !!! i was so relieved to know the width at the NGCP tower area is around 29 meters (my initial estimate was only 20 meters). the tower is 10 meters which leaves 19 meters for the road, more than enough for 2 way pass of big dump trucks. the hauler for the clay and the subdivision developer require at least 16 meters. the geodetic said it will take around 3 months for the approved plan to be done. i will submit a copy of the approved plan to macris and terdy of NGCP so we can be compensated for the tower. i hope it would be a monthly rental and not a one time payment. (i'm afraid someone in the family might prematurely use their share for down payment of a car if it's big enough giving me more headaches assisting them with monthly payments. hehehehe. just kidding. but seriously, it will be a while before we start getting income from the hauling and sale of subdivision lots so please pugong lang sa ta. discipline lang usa). before it was NGCP chasing after me wanting to pay for the tower but i was the one running away from them because the zonal value was still forest timberland which has a very low payout but now it is classified as residential, it would be NGCP's turn to run away from me because the zonal value just skyrocketed. hahahahah !!! real estate is like a chess game.
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this is the proposal letter i sent to the villarazas for the right of way - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qOAZiFJJZkF4F3xJ_1h3KgcB4J5r0G-c/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=107410195113279687096&rtpof=true&sd=true
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this is the sketch of the proposed streets: https://photos.app.goo.gl/WADK9WgD9M7xkaKe7
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the blue line is the proposed dida street. the red line is the proposed munding street. the administrator of 4128 (theresa garces) and 4135 (nathaniel sejismundo) did not require a proposal letter they will just sign when atty balili is done with the MOAs. all direct heirs will eventually have a street named after them. the signing of the MOAs is expected to be completed next week.
= 9/4/21 updates =
= 9/4/21 updates =
For the meeting to be productive and beneficial to everyone, it's common sense to keep in mind that there is no need for discussing the issue of ownership during the dialogue. It's common sense to keep in mind that the only way for everyone to end up with the most beneficial situation possible is WE MUST ALL FOLLOW THE LAW. The issue of ownership can and should only be resolved in the court of law. If the occupants want to be informed on the current state of ownership for the said lots, they can inquire at the assessor's office in Toledo city.
For the meeting to be productive and beneficial to everyone, it's common sense to keep in mind that there is no need for discussing the issue of ownership during the dialogue. It's common sense to keep in mind that the only way for everyone to end up with the most beneficial situation possible is WE MUST ALL FOLLOW THE LAW. The issue of ownership can and should only be resolved in the court of law. If the occupants want to be informed on the current state of ownership for the said lots, they can inquire at the assessor's office in Toledo city.