In the efforts of promoting safe and legitimate real estate transactions in the Philippines, the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB) announced a set of revised implementing rules and regulations (IRRs) for Presidential Decree 957. Under Board Resolution Nos. 921 and 922, brokers and salespeople are mandated to get HLURB accreditation or license before they can engage in Philippine real estate services.

But how do you get accredited? We have compiled all the basic facts and steps of registering with HLURB as a broker or as a sales agent in a helpful infographic below that you can keep as a photo download on your computer, smartphone or tablet.

hlurb broker registration steps

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  • Love the infographics and contect. Wish you can create the same for PRC broker and real estate salesperson requirements.

  • Chet Jeudy

    If i am not engage in project selling…do i still need to register in HLURB? But i am registered at PRC and paid my surety bond.