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Primavera City features ecologically sustainable design features at the heart of its design.
Using both passive techniques (shadow control, wind cooling, and shape performance to enhance shading and natural ventilation) and active techniques (photovoltaic panels enough to generate renewable energy), this harmonizes the building with its natural environment while also also reducing residents’ energy consumption and costs by up to 20%.
Condominium owners receive full legal title in the form of a registered title deed, just like owners of land or houses.
The condominium itself is held by the owner as an asset, and can be sold, rented out, or used as collateral, in the same way as land or houses.
IDC is proud to offer only the highest standards in materials, construction practices, and building standards. In addition to this, IDC, as well as all other developers in the Philippines, is bound by laws that require nationwide standards for quality and safety.
These include laws regarding the proper administration of condominiums (Republic Act 4726, Presidential Decrees 957 and 1216,) laws regarding safe construction standards and practices (such as the Building Code of the Philippines and the Fire Code of the Philippines).
Matters regarding the administration of the building itself, shared areas, shared amenities, and house rules are decided by the Homeowners’ Association.
Every unit owner is entitled to participate in the Homeowner’s Association, if he or she chooses to do so.
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