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PRC CRESAR 60 + OJT 60 Updates

The Cesar Santos Real Estate Academy has completed its 60-hour CRESAR in January 2011 for those who are preparing for the PRC’s upcoming Real Estate Brokers’ Licensure Exams which will be conducted on March 27, 2011. There were around 53 reviewees, not all of whom will continue in the next CRESAR 60-hour batch in February 2011. Here’s why…

Some of the reviewees will get an OJT certification from their real estate property developer for the remaining balance of 60 hours, according to Mr. Emerson Mabao of the Cesar Santos Real Estate Academy.

The others in the January batch, who are probably working in a non-real estate industry (and thus cannot get OJT certification), but who are interested in becoming licensed real estate brokers, will go for the second 60-hour CRESAR in February 2011 so that they may comply with the “120 hours of real estate subjects” requirement provided in the RESA Law IRR (RA 9646).

NOTE: We haven’t seen any official document from the PRC saying that the 120 units may be earned via 60-hour CRESAR plus 60-hour OJT. But neither have we seen any document saying that 120 units is equal to 120 hours of CRESAR.

The key is to assess the reputation of the CRESAR service provider, and to discern if such a service provider truly cares about your welfare as an aspiring real estate broker.

According to Emerson Mabao, the February 2011 CRESAR of the Cesar Santos Real Estate Academy will be held in a larger venue, perhaps somewhere in the Ortigas area.

In January 2011, they closed the doors after getting 53 CRESAR enrollees in their Makati venue. They had to turn away some people, because Cesar Santos wants his reviewees to have a quality real estate brokers exam review.

For February 2011, the larger venue may be able to accommodate 100 reviewees. So far, around 40 have already signed up for the February 2011 CRESAR (60 hours).

Mr. Mabao also mentioned that they can help reviewees team up with Orchard Property / Fil-Estate for the 60-hour OJT option, for those who prefer this alternative.

What Are Your Options

If you’re currently enrolled in a 120-hour CRESAR, then by all means complete the 120 hours and get your Certificate of Attendance.

If you’ve already completed a 60-hour CRESAR, then get the remaining 60 hours either via OJT Certification from a real estate property developer that the PRC will recognize (for purposes of your completion of the 120 units in real estate subjects requirements).

Alternatively, if you’ve already completed 60 hours of CRESAR, you may also enroll in the February 2011 CRESAR of Cesar Santos for the remaining balance of 60 hours.

Or… you may ask other CRESAR service providers if they will allow you to catch up in their courses.

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12 Responses to “PRC CRESAR 60 + OJT 60 Updates”

  1. on 25 Jul 2011 at 2:13 pm Ceana Aquino

    When is the deadline of filing for Salesman Accreditation with PRC? Is it really on July 30, 2011? Do you have any resolution or memorandum to that? Thanks

    [From the Admin] The July 30 deadline is for those who have already passed the licensure exams for real estate professionals conducted by the DTI before July 30, 2009 and who want to become PRC-registered without having to take a PRC exam.

    Since registration is different from accreditation, and since real estate salespersons are not required to take an exam, the RESA Law IRR’s provision about the July 30 deadline does not apply to salespersons.


  2. on 25 Mar 2011 at 4:57 pm Mary Mae R. Nadera

    I would like to know what are the requirements of Salesman accreditation in PRC. In my case, I’m high school graduate and working in a real state company for three years now. I would like to acquire a salesman license so that I can continually work in this business and will enroll this year if they will offer the broker course. Thank you and hope to hear answer from you.

  3. on 22 Feb 2011 at 9:28 am janro

    since this may 29, 2011 is real state appraiser and real state consultants exam is do you offer a review classes on this?

    [From the Admin] The Cesar Santos Real Estate Academy is offering a review for those who wish to take the May 29, 2011 Real Estate Appraisers Exam.

    For more info, please see


  4. on 21 Feb 2011 at 7:37 am Jun

    do we have a CRESAR review schedule for Cebu?

    [From the Admin] Hello! We haven’t heard of any new batch of CRESARs in Cebu…
  5. on 18 Feb 2011 at 5:05 pm Dee

    sorry about that..I mean I completed 60 hrs of CRESAR. Hence, I’ll be needing another 60 hrs. of OJT.

    [From the Admin] If getting a “Certificate of Past Employment” is out of the question, perhaps you can approach various property developers and join them as a sales agent?

    Please clarify with them first if they will issue you a certificate of employment/OJT.


  6. on 18 Feb 2011 at 4:09 pm Dee

    I just completed my 120 hrs. of CRESAR. My dilemma is where to get my 120 hrs OJT. Currently, am not connected with any real estate developer. But I’ve worked with a big developer for 8 years, I resigned as an In-house Sales Manager last January 2010. They refused to give me an OJT Certification for the obvious reason that am no longer connected with them. Will a certification that I worked for them for 8 yrs be credited as a 120 units of OJT? Appreciate any input on this.

    If you are preparing for the Real Estate Brokers’ Exam, you only need 120 units of real estate subjects. With your 120 hours of CRESAR, you’ve already complied with the 120 units requirement.

    But if you mean you’ve earned 60 (not 120) hours of CRESAR and you need 60 hours of OJT, perhaps you can try getting a “Certification of Previous Employment” from your past company, showing the period you were with them, including your position as Sales Manager.

    Hopefully, your credentials will qualify as at least 60 hours of OJT in the eyes of the PRC.


  7. on 04 Feb 2011 at 12:12 am faith

    Can I still enroll this feb in preparation for the real estate board exam?

    [From the Admin] We heard that the February CRES of the Cesar Santos Real Estate Academy is already full…
  8. on 03 Feb 2011 at 9:45 pm rane tamondong

    hi again….can i know where is the office of Cesar Santos Academy? cos i want to ask few questions personally and pay for my slot…your staff told me its in marikina….but i really wanna know the exact location… many thanks

    [From the Admin] Hi! Here’s the address of the Cesar Santos Real Estate Academy:

    No. 10 T. Bugallon Street
    Marikina Heights, Marikina City


  9. on 02 Feb 2011 at 2:53 pm John

    We are currently working at a real estate company for more than a year already. Can we just take the second 60-hour CRESAR in February 2011?

    [From the Admin] We haven’t seen any official document from the PRC stating that the required 120 units in real estate subjects (for those who wish to take the Real Estate Brokers’ Licensure Exams) may be earned via 60 hours of CRESAR plus 60 hours of OJT.
  10. on 31 Jan 2011 at 8:11 pm rane tamondong

    hi just wanna know is there a format of the certification of the ojt of 60hrs?if my broker will give to me…..hope u can address to my question…. thanks and God bless

    [From the Admin] Hello there! We are not lawyers, and neither are we from the PRC. That being said, here is our suggested wording for the certification:

    Certificate of Real Estate Training

    This is to certify that Rane Tamondong has earned 60 units in real estate subjects via OJT during the period June 1, 2009 to December 31, 2009.

    We are issuing this certificate for purposes of applying for the Real Estate Brokers Exam Application Permit at the PRC.

    Issued by:

    Name of Broker

    We hope the above helps you.


  11. on 24 Jan 2011 at 2:32 pm MA QUINTINA

    just want to ask if review on line will give certificate and it is valid to PRC.

    [From the Admin] The RESAR Online Review does not issue any Certificates. It is a purely optional and supplementary multimedia online review that uses modern distance training techniques designed to help you learn real estate concepts faster, and retain the information longer, to improve your chances of getting a higher score in the Real Estate Brokers’ Licensure Examinations.

    Plus, 180-day access members will be treated to a bonus that you can use in your career in real estate, long after you have completed the REB Exam.

    We highly recommend that you join the RESAR Online Review Announcement List for details. Please note that joining the announcement list is FREE.


  12. on 21 Jan 2011 at 11:26 pm carlos buising

    May i ask if i’m qualified to take the March 27 Broker’s Exam since i’m not a College Graduate, i reached only a second level college, i have at least 9 years experience in Real Estate Sales and Documentation?

    [From the Admin] Based on the RESA Law IRR (RA 9646), you need to be a college graduate before you may take the PRC’s Real Estate Brokers’ Licensure Examinations.

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