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AN ONLINE INFORMATION SYSTEM WITH RESERVATION FOR LIGAYA VILLAGE

A Thesis Project Presented to The faculty of STI College San Fernando

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

by: Dizon, Anna Paula L. Espiritu, Marianne R. Roque, Yngwee L. Santos, John Andrew A.

Mr. Rheyson Leary Thesis Adviser

February 2009

ADVISERS RECOMMENDATION SHEET

This Thesis entitled

AN ONLINE INFORMATION SYSTEM WITH RESERVATION FOR LIGAYA VILLAGE

by: Dizon, Anna Paula L. Espiritu, Marianne R. Roque, Yngwee L. Santos, John Andrew A.

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the Bachelor of Science In Information Technology degree has been examined and is hereby recommended for acceptance and approval

Mr. Rheyson Leary Thesis Adviser

February 2009

THESIS COORDINATOR AND DEANS ACCEPTANCE SHEET

This Thesis entitled

AN ONLINE INFORMATION SYSTEM WITH RESERVATION FOR LIGAYA VILLAGE

After having been recommended and approved is hereby accepted by the Information technology Department Of STI College San Fernando

_____________________ Ms. Fides C. Arceo Thesis Coordinator/ Dean

February 2009

PANELS APPROVAL SHEET

This thesis entitled

AN ONLINE INFORMATION SYSTEM WITH RESERVATION FOR LIGAYA VILLAGE

developed by:

Dizon, Anna Paula L. Espiritu, Marianne R. Roque, Yngwee L. Santos, John Andrew A. After having been presented is hereby approved by the following members of the panel

Mr. Louie A. Ruiz Panelist 1 Dr. Darwin Jaime Lead Panelist

Ms. Fides Celeste C. Arceo Panelist 2

February 2009

TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION 1-2 1-4 1-8 1-8 1-9 1-11

1.1 Statement of the Problem 1.2 Current State of the Technology 1.3 Objectives 1.3.1 General Objective 1.3.2 Specific Objective 1.3.3 Scope and Limitations Chapter 2 THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

2.1 Introduction 2.2 Internet 2.3 Website 2.4 World Wide Web 2.5 Hypertext Transfer Protocol 2.6 Client and Server 2.7 Information System 2.8 Graphical User Interface 2.9 Database Management System 2.9.1 Database Normalization 2.9.2 Relational Database 2.10 Fourth Generation Techniques 2.11 Summary

2-1 2-1 2-2 2-2 2-3 2-3 2-4 2-4 2-5 2-5 2-7 2-8 2-11

Chapter 3

AN ONLINE INFORMATION SYSTEM WITH RESERVATION FOR

LIGAYA VILLAGE 3.1 Introduction 3.2 System Design Specification 3.2.1 Software Components 3.2.1.1 Front End 3.2.1.2 Back End 3.2.2 Hardware Components 3.2.2.1 Server 3.2.2.2 Client 3.2.3 Context Diagram 3.2.3.1 Context Diagram of the Current System 3.2.3.2 Context Diagram of the Proposed System 3.2.3.3 Data Flow Diagram 3.2.3.3.4 DFD of the Current System 3.2.3.3.4 DFD of the Proposed System 3.2.3.6 Entity Relationship Diagram 3.2.3.7 Hierarchical Input Process Output 3.3 Summary Chapter 4 PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS 4-1 4-1 4-2 3-1 3-1 3-1 3-1 3-3 3-5 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-7 3-8 3-9 3-9 3-10 3-11 3-12 3-18

4.1 Introduction 4.2 Experimental 4.2.1 Likerts scale

4.2.2 Example of an Evaluation Tally 4.3 Results and Analysis 4.4 Summary Chapter 5 CONCLUSION

4-5 4-6 4-6 5-1

BIBLIOGRAPHY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT APPENDICES Appendix A (Certifications) Appendix B (Transcript of interviews) Appendix C (Project Scheduling) Appendix D (Sample forms and Report) Appendix E (Personal Vitae)

Abstract The Online Information System with Reservation for Ligaya Village aims to lessen the time consumed in processing reservation, lessen paper works and reduce transaction costs. To achieve the objectives of the system, the proponents had designed and developed different modules that comprise the whole online system. Currently, Ligaya Village uses a manual system in all the transactions such as inquiry, tripping, registration, assessment, reservation, cancellation of reservation and payment. All this processes are time consuming that usually caused inconvenience in the part of the customer as it means that a prospective buyer must wait if ever someone had comes first on the office. For people who live far away from the village, they will have hard time in inquiring about the village. The proponents upon analyzing the trend of the business concluded that technology could contribute to the productivity of the business especially in the reservation process to its customer and some transactions inside the business.

Preface Currently, Ligaya Village uses a manual system in all the of the business processes particularly in reservation, promotion or advertisement and inquiry. Customers who are interested in buying lot or house and lot are required to go to the main office of Ligaya Village in order to inquire and acquire reservation. The promotions and advertisement of the company is needed to be enhanced to gain and attract more customers. Online Information system with reservation will help Ligaya Village in the improvement and enhancement of the current system used by the said village and makes it easier for the customers to acquire information and speed up the reservation process. In addition, the online system will allow the reservation available for the customers anytime of the day. Many individuals will benefit in developing the said system. The company, employees and most of all the clients because it will give more convenient means of acquiring information at a time that it is suited. Furthermore, some people such as the proponents, future thesis students and researchers would also gain benefit upon the completion of the proposed system. The proponents knowledge will be tested, enhanced and developed at the same time. All the knowledge acquired during the entire college years will now be used in this thesis project. This project can be used as a reference for the future thesis students to gain knowledge. Through the various chapters of the document, the readers will see the clarity and accuracy on how the thesis project was developed. This document includes the Chapter 1 that contains the introduction, statement of the problem, current state of the

technology, objectives of the study, project scope and limitations. The Chapter 2 discussed all the theories that were studied and applied by the proponents to the proposed system. The Chapter 3 discussed about the system design specification wherein all the system requirements were stated. The Chapter 4 discussed about the performance analysis wherein it provides a list of experiments conducted by the group. Lastly, the Chapter 5 which is the conclusion that contains the summary of the problem, the proposed system, the major results of the performance analysis and the recommendation for the further works.

Chapter 1 Introduction

An information system (IS) is the system of persons, data records and activities that process the data and information in a given organization, including manual processes or automated processes. Usually the term is used erroneously as a synonym for computer based information systems, which is only the Information technologies component of an information system. The computer-based information systems are the field of study for Information Technologies (IT); however these should hardly be treated apart from the bigger information system that they are always involved in [WIKI2007]. World Wide Web (WWW) is an international, archival, peer-reviewed journal that covers all aspects of the Web, including issues related to architectures, applications, Internet and Web information systems, and communities. It provides in-depth coverage of the most recent developments in the Web, enabling readers to keep up-to-date with this dynamically changing technology. The journal also focuses on all database- and information-system topics that relate to the Internet and the Web, particularly on ways to model, design, develop, integrate, and manage these systems [WIKI2007]. The Internet is a worldwide, publicly accessible series of interconnected computer networks that transmit data by packet switching using the standard Internet Protocol (IP). It is a "network of networks" that consists of millions of smaller domestic, academic, business, and government networks, which together carry various information and services, such as electronic mail, online

chat, file transfer, and the interlinked web pages and other resources of the World Wide Web (WWW) [WIKI2007].

Real estate is a legal term that encompasses land along with anything permanently affixed to the land, such as buildings. Real estate is often considered synonymous with real property, in contrast with personal property. However, in some situations the term real estate refers to the land and fixtures together, as distinguished from real property, referring to ownership rights of the land itself [WIKI2007].

1.1

Statement of the Problem Ligaya Village is currently using a manual system in its daily transactions. The said Village is having difficulties in terms of advertising and giving information to people who are interested in buying lots or house and lot. Since the company lacks ways of presenting advertisements to its customers, the company does not benefit much in this strategy.

Ligaya Villages advertisements are handled through the use of posters and flyers. This method is costly and its purpose to attract more customers is less effective. Due to the poor display and advertising of information regarding their houses and lots, the clients cannot obtain sufficient information about the company.

The scope of advertising is also limited because the staff are only located in Pampanga. Ligaya Village aims to have foreign customers or Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) planning to reside to the Philippines. The present reservation process takes a lot of time and effort for the customer. The manual reservation requires the customer to fill-out forms which is inconvenient for some customers that are located far from Ligaya Village and especially to those customers who have very busy schedules. Customer and employee records of Ligaya Village as well as its business related transactions are written on papers and forms. These are clipped inside a folder and stored on a filing cabinet. Retrieving such records cannot immediately be done because an employee must manually scan the folders to look for the date he is trying to look for. Also, the use of the current system provides a hard time in accessing records about the customer and employee. The company uses forms in recording business transactions and profiles of customers. These records can be misplaced or lost and take a lot of time to view a specific file if not properly kept and maintained. These records could also be viewed by anyone because of the lack of security of the files.

A question came up with the proponents after analyzing all the transactions involved in the business that is how to design, develop and implement an Online Information System with Reservation for Ligaya Village that will be a useful tool for the total computerization of all business-related transaction in the company. 1.2 Current State of the Technology Brief History of the Company Ligaya Village is located right in the heart of Pampanga's urban development and Accessible just minutes away from bustling commercial places like SM Pampanga and Robinson's Mall. It was opened last April 2003 at San Antonio Mexico, Pampanga. The village was named after Mrs. Ligaya Nucup, the wife of Mr. Oscar Nucup who initially invested the business and who also owns Owen and Sons Pawnshop, Owen and Sons purified water, and Owen and Sons motors and services in Mexico, Pampanga. But the village is being maintained and managed by NESLAN Realty and Development Corporation composes of Mr. Nestor Sotto as the president, Dra. Maria Luz Pangilinan the Vice President for Sales and Marketing, and Architect Allan M. Pangilinan as the developer. The village has a total land area of 50,000 square meters; the biggest lot is 430 square meters while the smallest is 150 square meters. At present, almost 50% of lots were already sold. A square meter costs from P4, 300.00 up to P4, 500.00. The said village has one clubhouse and

two mini pools. The company currently implements two mode of payments cash and installment. A 5% discount will be given to those who will make full payments. Currently, Ligaya Village uses a manual system in all the transactions such as inquiry, tripping, registration, reservation, assessment, cancellation of reservation and payment. On the inquiry process, a customer must personally visit the office of Ligaya Village. There, a front desk clerk will entertain all of the customers questions and inquiries about the village and its reservation process, rules, and cost. After inquiring, if the customer is interested in having business with Ligaya Village, the Marketing Assistant will tour the said customer to the entire village and choose the lot and its location that he desires. The current registration requires filling out Prospective Buyers Registration (PBR) and Reservation Application forms. Along with those forms, are the documents that need to be submitted such as valid ID, photocopy of marriage contract (if married) or birth certificate, two pieces 2x2 picture, community tax, proof of billing, and post dated check for equity and amortization, which will be given by the customer to the front desk clerk. On the assessment, the finance officer will ask the customer if he will pay the lot in cash or installment basis. From it, the finance officer

will break down all of the charges a customer must pay. An assessment slip will be given to a prospective buyer before payment process starts. A customer must register prior to reservation. After doing so, the customer should pay an initial amount of twenty thousand pesos (P20,0000.00) as the reservation fee. An agreement then will be done between the company and the prospective buyer. Included in this agreement is the Deed of Restrictions. Failure on the part of the customer to submit the necessary document and payment during such time gives the management the right to automatically cancel the reservation without the need of notice. Aside from the above mentioned cancellation, customer

themselves can voluntarily cancel the reservation. Required forms must be filled out as a proof of cancelling the reservation made and for legality purposes as well. The reservation fee then will not be given back to the customer because it is strictly non-refundable. Payments are made directly to Ligaya Village office. Before the payment, the customer is given an assessment slip from the respective account officer. Down payments are covered by postdated checks. The Total Contract Price (TCP) together with the breakdown of payments and its corresponding schedule detailed in the quotation sheet. With regard to the marketing and advertisement of the company, it only uses posters and flyers which are usually expensive. The village hires

sales representative to distribute those flyers at public places such as malls and markets. All this processes are time consuming that usually cause inconvenience in the part of the customer as the prospective buyer must wait if ever someone comes first on the office. Customers who also live far away from the village will also have a hard time in inquiring about the village. We visited some websites about real estate subdivisions that could help us and give additional ideas to enhance the proposed website of Ligaya Village. Amber Trail (http://thenorthgaterealty.com) is located at San Pablo Mexico, Pampanga. This website includes a web inquiry in which the client can inquire regarding the house and lot. They also have a gallery of houses in which the client can choose his/her desired house.

Lakeshore (http://lakeshore.com.ph) is a world-class residential commercial and recreational development project of Central Country Estate Incorporated, located at Kilometer 71 of the North Luzon Expressway, Mexico, Pampanga. This website has a map in which the client can know where it is exactly located. In their map also includes the list of available lots, development photos and the pricelist. Bahay.ph (http://bahay.ph/ph/) is the first world-class FREE online Philippine Housing & Real Property Super Trade Show. It provides a virtual mega-trade fair where real estate brokers & agents can exhibit their

inventories; and investors, buyers, or property searchers can avail of a wide choice of quality homes and all kinds of real property in various locations throughout the Philippines. The website has a FAQ menu or the Frequently Ask Question where in you can check all the frequently ask questions and with their corresponding answers. 1.3 Objectives 1.3.1 General Objective The proponents aim to design, develop and implement an online information system with reservation for Ligaya Village that will be a useful tool for the total computerization of all business-related transaction in the company. This will give information and allow reservations for the clients on the internet. Hence, the system will also enhance the marketing of the company and widening its scope of advertisement where the company could benefit much. Thus, the company will attract more prospective buyers that will lead to a more successful business.

1.3.2 Specific Objectives To develop a module that will display detailed information about Ligaya Village. The proponents will develop module that will display different kinds of information regarding Ligaya Village. A specific module will display information about

houses and lots such as the total area, prices and internal perspectives. Online information regarding the mode of payments will be made available for the browser. Contact Us form will be provided where in customers can find information on how to reach the company, such information as telephone number, email and business address. Deed of restrictions will also be available so that the customers are aware about the rules and regulations of the company. The vicinity map will help the customer to know the exact location of Ligaya Village. Furthermore, the module will also display the companys background and the list of the companys staff. Contact details of selected staff will be presented to give customers the opportunity to ask them about their line of work. Thus, this will raise the credibility and trust of the customer to the company. It will also give the customer an idea on who to ask for if they have specific inquiries about the company. To develop a module that will allow online reservation and cancellation of reservation for the client. The proponents will develop a module for online reservation to speed up the reservation process. This will allow the reservation for the client available at anytime of the day. It will also provide another choice for the client on

how to make reservation if the customer does not have time to go in the office when filling out forms. The system allows cancellation of reservation but the reservation fee is non refundable, this is in accordance with the policy of the company with regard to cancellation of reservation. To develop an online database for storing records and keeping track of transactions. The system will provide an online database that will be used for storing customers and employees records in the company and the company's transactions. When problems occur, like accidental deletion of records, data can still be recovered easily. A backup can also be made that can be restored to a later time if needed. To design, develop and implement a module that will increase the security and accessibility of the companys files. The proponents will develop a module that will record, monitor, update and secure transactions and customer profiles. This module will allow easy and secure access of files. The maintenance of records will also be easier and uncomplicated to manage.

1.3.3 Scope and Limitations The proponents will develop a website that will improve the daily business transactions of Ligaya Village in order to provide a better service to the customers and to the company itself. The Scopes of the study: Front end An online reservation module that will allow customers to make reservations of the lots on the web. An online registration module that will allow customers to make a registration online. A gallery to show the different kinds of houses and its internal perspectives. A search module which will allow clients to search for their desired lots. A Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) menu where the client can check all the frequently ask questions with the corresponding answers. Feedback and complaints module where in the system accepts positive feedback and supports your right to complain.

Downloadable forms that are the same as the ones shown in the website for client registration and reservation. A cancellation of reservation where the customer can cancel the reservation within 30 days. Mode of payment guideline that will allow clients to know all the payment procedures when it comes to reservation, down payment, terms of payment, monthly payment and discounts. Deed of restrictions is a written agreement that restricts, or limit, the use or activities that may take place on property in a subdivision. Contact Us form will be provided where in customers can find information on how to reach the company, such information as telephone number, email and business address. Company profile where you can find the history of the company. A pricelist of lots and house and lot. A site map is a list of pages on a web site. A site development plan shows an overview of all the available, reserved and sold lots.

A vicinity map where the client will be able to know the exact location of Ligaya Village. A virtual tour where the customer can view the internal perspective of the house. Back end An administrator backend wherein the administrator can manage the contents of the website online. Level of access will be implemented to improve the security of files and maintain customers privacy. A search module which will allow clients to search for their desired houses or lots. The Limitations of the study: Clients will not be able to make online payments of any transaction in the company. They are still required to be present in the office for payments. The company does not accept credit cards. Only cash and checks. Search terms are only limited to the information of lots. Giving and printing of land titles to the customers will not be generated by the system. The payment module only covers the payment for the reservation fee.

Chapter 2

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

2.1 Introduction This chapter contains theories that are adopted by the proponents in developing the system. These theories contributed for the development of the system. The proponents will look for solution that leads to the design of the system and sources significant to the study. 2.2 Internet The Internet, or simply the Net, is the publicly available worldwide system of interconnected computer networks that transmit data by packet switching using a standardized Internet Protocol (IP) and many other protocols. It is made up of thousands of smaller commercial, academic, domestic and government networks. It carries various information and services, such as electronic mail, online chat and the interlinked web pages and other documents of the World Wide Web [WIKI2007]. Internet is a computer-based global information system. It is composed of many interconnected computer networks. Each network may link tens, hundreds, or even thousands of computers, enabling them to share information and processing power. The Internet has made it possible for people all over the world to communicate with one another effectively and inexpensively. Unlike traditional broadcasting media, such as radio and television, the Internet does not have a centralized distribution system. Instead, an individual who has Internet access can communicate directly with anyone else on the Internet, post information for general consumption,

retrieve information, use distant applications and services, or buy and sell products. [WIKI2007] Upon the completion of the system, it will be uploaded on the Internet. For this, the proponents were able to know some concepts in the internet such as uploading a system.

2.3 Website Web Site is a file of information located on a server connected to the World Wide Web (WWW). The WWW is a set of protocols and software that allows the global computer network called the Internet to display multimedia documents. Web sites may include text, photographs, illustrations, video, music, or computer programs. They also often include links to other sites in the form of hypertext, highlighted or colored text that the user can click on with their mouse, instructing their computer to jump to the new site [WIKI2007]. 2.4 World Wide Web (WWW) World Wide Web (WWW), computer-based network of information resources that combines text and multimedia. The information on the World Wide Web can be accessed and searched through the Internet, a global computer network. The World Wide Web is often referred to simply as the Web [ENCA2005]. The proponents used the web in uploading web pages to the Internet. The web is also use in accessing web pages from the server.

2.5 Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) This is the protocol used to transfer data over the World Wide Web. That is why all Websites addresses begin with "http://". Whenever you type a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) into your browser and press enter, your computer sends an HTTP request to the appropriate Web server. This is the protocol used to transmit Web pages and their graphics, video, news, sounds, etc. across the Internet [CANA2007]. The viewers computer browser can use this protocol in order to view the pages of the website. This is the most commonly used protocol nowadays. 2.6 Client and Server Client Server is a common form of distributed system in which software is split between server tasks and client tasks. A client sends requests to a server, according to some protocol, asking for information or action, and the server responds [WASH2005]. The server makes resources available to computers acting as workstations on the network. The server is considered as the central part of the network because it provides access to hardware, software and other resources [ENCA2005]. A client is the requesting program or user in a client/server relationship. For example, the user of a Web browser is effectively making client requests for pages from servers all over the Web. Clients, on the

other hand are those computer that work and rely on the servers resources [ENCA2005]. The proponents used the concept of client/server architecture in the system. The website has a server that stores records and other information in the database that can be requested by the client. 2.7 Information System (IS) It is an organized collection, storage, and presentation system of data and other knowledge for decision-making, progress reporting and for planning and evaluation of programs. It can be either manual or computerized, or a combination of both [GLOS2006]. 2.8 Graphical User Interface (GUI) Graphical User Interface (GUI), in computer science, a display format that enables the user to choose commands, start programs, and see lists of files and other options by pointing to pictorial representations (icons) and lists of menu items on the screen. Choices can generally be activated either with the keyboard or with a mouse [ENCA2005] One of the key factors that the proponents adopted during this study is the concept of Graphical User Interface. When the proponents say user friendly, it means that users can use the system easily without knowing further about it. All the forms and modules that will be used and viewed by the user must be easy to understand. Through this concept and design, the proponents will not based their study on the users knowledge about computers but rather on how they can adapt on the system.

2.9 Database Management System (DBMS) Database Management System is a software system designed to store manages and facilitates access to database. It is used for defining, constructing and manipulating databases for various applications. DBMS may be general purpose (business application) or special purpose (biological databases, geographic databases). The function of the DBMS is to control data redundancy, restrict unauthorized access, provide multi-user interfaces, represent complex table relationships, enforce integrity constraints and provide back-up and recovery [STIC2005]. Database is a collection of data organized for storage in a computer memory and designed for easy access by authorized users. The data may be in the form of text, numbers, or encoded graphics. Databases are usually manipulated using database software like MS Access and MySQL. Using these software, data can be added, deleted, updated or edited [ENCA2005]. The proponents used the concept of the Database Management System (DBMS) because the system manipulates records on the database. All of the information that a user wants to view in the website will come from the database of the system. 2.9.1 Database Normalization Database Normalization is a process for assigning attributes to entities. Normalization reduces data redundancies and, by extension, helps eliminate the data anomalies that result from those redundancies.

Normalization does not eliminate data redundancies; instead, it produces the controlled redundancy that let us link database tables [CORO2000]. Normalization works through a series of stages called normal forms. The first three stages are described as first normal form (1NF), second normal form (2NF), and third normal form (3NF). First Normal Form (1NF)

The term first normal form describes the tabular format in which: All the key attributes are defined. There are no repeating groups in the table. In other words, each row/column intersection can contain one and only one value, not a set of values. All attributes are dependent on the primary key. Second Normal Form (2NF)

A table is in the second normal form (2NF) if: It is in first normal form (1NF). It includes no partial dependencies; that is; no attribute is dependent on only a portion of the primary key. Third Normal Form (3NF)

A table is said to be in the third normal form (3NF) if: It is in second normal form (2NF). It contains no transitive dependencies.

The proponents used the concept of the Database Normalization to reduce the redundancy of records. 2.9.2 Relational Database Relational Database is a type of database or database management system that stores information in tablesrows and columns of dataand conducts searches by using data in specified columns of one table to find additional data in another table. In a relational database, the rows of a table represent records (collections of information about separate items) and the columns represent fields (particular attributes of a record). In conducting searches, a relational database matches information from a field in one table with information in a corresponding field of another table to produce a third table that combines requested data from both tables. For example, if one table contains the fields EMPLOYEE-ID, LAST-NAME, FIRST-NAME, and HIRE-DATE, and another table contains the fields DEPT, EMPLOYEE-ID, and SALARY, a relational database can match the EMPLOYEE-ID fields in the two tables to find such information as the names of all employees earning a certain salary or the departments of all employees hired after a certain date. In other words, a relational database uses matching values in two tables to relate information in one to information in the other. Microcomputer database products typically are relational databases [ENCA2005].

2.10 Fourth Generation Techniques

Requirements Gathering

Design Strategy

Implementation using 4GL

Testing

The term Fourth Generation Techniques (4GT) encompasses a broad array of software tools that have one thing in common. Each enables the software engineer to specify some characteristics of software at a high level. The tool then automatically generates source code based on the developers specification. The Fourth Generation Techniques for software Engineering focuses on the ability to specify software, using specialized language forms or a graphic notation that describes the problem to be solved in terms that the customer can understand.

The proponents decided to use 4GT because it is the methodology that fits their system. The 4GT is a systematic approach to problem solving and is composed of several phases: Requirements Gathering The first stage in 4GT is the requirements gathering wherein the proponents gather all the information needed to support the accomplishment of their system. Gathering of information usually

comprises of different methods such as interview with some of the people involved in the business, survey forms, and questionnaires. Design Strategy This is the stage wherein the technical blueprint of the system is created by designing the technical architecture and designing the systems model. Designing the technical architecture of the system is done by the architectural design hardware and software that will best suit the organizations system and future needs. The second process during the design stage is to design graphically a model from the graphical user interface (GUI), GUI screen and databases to be used for storing the data to be entered in those objects in the screen. Implementation using Fourth Generation Language (4GL) In this stage, building the technical architecture must be built by purchasing the materials needed to build the system. Moreover, starting of the actual writing of programs code is done and the databases are

created. In this stage, the system is designed into a usable system. The detailed tasks include coding and designing of input and output database structure. The developers starting to develop program codes using 4GL. A well-organized and structured program design is the main factor to be considered. This design comprises of top to bottom hierarchy of modules, functions and procedures. During this stage, several attempts are made to execute the program to identify and correct program code errors. Testing The initial support with the finalization of documentation, training programs, and on going user assistance on the implementation phase. In order to find and correct some errors, which can be a combination of logical and/or syntax errors, the programmers must test the individual and sub-modules together with the users. The proponents in conducting the changeover from the old to the new system will request the users to take part to the test whether all the requirements have been met as included in the system. After the system has been installed, programs will be tested to ensure it meets the design specification with the main objective of optimizing and finetuning the system.

2.11 Summary In designing and developing the system, the proponents studied and adopted the theory of internet, website, WWW, HTTP, Browser, Client and Server, PHP, HTML, HTML Editor, My SQL, FTP, Information System, GUI and the DBMS. These theories are put together in order to come up with the proposed system.

Chapter 3 An Online Information System with Reservation for Ligaya Village 3.1 Introduction The Online Information System with Reservation for Ligaya Village will give information and allow reservations for the customers on the internet. It will also display different kinds of information regarding the company. The system will speed up the reservation process and allow the reservation for the customer available at anytime of the day. Furthermore, it will also provide an online database that will be used for storing employees records in the company and company's transactions. In addition, it will allow easy and secure access of files. The maintenance of records will also be easier to manage. This chapter contains all information about the proposed system such as the components and functionalities. 3.2 System Design Specification 3.2.1 Software Components 3.2.1.1 Front End The front-end is composed of web pages that can be viewed by the visitor through the Internet using the web browser. The pages were developed using the Hyper Text Mark-up Language (HTML), PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), MYSQL or Structured Query Language and the scripting language JavaScript.

Front End Components/Web Pages Registration module Reservation module Search module Feedback and Complaints module Cancellation of reservation Gallery Deed of restrictions Downloadable forms (Reservation application and the PBR) Mode of payment guideline Pricelist Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Vicinity map Site map Site Development Plan Contact Us Company Profile Virtual Tour

3.2.1.2 Back End The backend is a browser-based system with Graphical User Interface (GUI) that is designed to manipulate and maintain databases used by the front-end. It was developed using PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) that is a powerful server-side scripting language for creating dynamic and interactive websites. Back End Components/Modules Maintenance Lot User Employee Client Gallery Content Category Feedbacks and Complaints Transaction Client inquiries Registration Assessment Reservation and Payments

Utilities Archive Audit trail Back up and Restore database Edit Template Reports Customers Employees Users Available lots Reserved lots Sold lots Reservations Help About the company About the system About the developers

3.2.2 Hardware Components 3.2.2.1 Server It is the computer unit where the database, web pages, and the database-manipulating system (back-end) are located. It is connected to the Internet, receives requests from clients and sends responses to those requests. It is the place where the requests are processed, inputs from web pages are being stored to the database, and retrieval of information from the database occurs [WIKI2007]. Server Components Hard Disk - 40 Gigabytes Memory 512 Megabytes Mouse and Keyboard Processor 1.8 Gigahertz Monitor colored Video Card 128 Megabytes

3.2.2.2 Client The computer unit that sends requests through the Internet and receives responses from the server. Using the web browser, it displays information that are requested and processed by the server [WIKI2007]. Client Components Any Computer Unit connected to the Internet and has a web browser.

3.2.3 Context Diagram 3.2.3.1 Context Diagram of the Current System

Request Reservation

Customer

Application form Reservation form Schedule for tripping Company information

System Users Reservation confirmation List of available lots

Administrative

Company updates
Approved reservation Rejected reservation Unconfidential Information

Inquiry Client information

An Online Information System with Reservation for Ligaya Village

Feedback or Complaints Client Information Request Reservation

Account Information Inquiries Feedback or Complaints

Employee

Employee Information

Unconfidential Information

Visitor

3.2.3.2 Context Diagram of the Proposed System

Customer

Registration form Reservation Application Schedule for tripping Company information

System Users Reservation confirmation List of available lots

Administrator

Company updates
Approved reservation Rejected reservation Unconfidential Information Log in List of reserved lots List of sold lots Feedbacks or Complaints Request Reservation

Request Reservation Inquiries Customer information

An Online Information System with Reservation for Ligaya Village

Inquiries Account Information Feedback or Complaints

Employee

Employee Information

Unconfidential Information

Visitor

3.2.3.3 Data Flow Diagram 3.2.3.4 Data Flow Diagram of the Current System

Inquiry of related information

Customer 1.0
Inquiry of Related Information Unconfidential information

Customer
Request for tripping

Customer Information

Submit requirements

Customer

Customer
Registration Form

Selected lot

Selected information

2.0
Tripping of Customer around the Village
List of Scheduled Customers

Schedule of Tripping

3.0
Registration of Customer

Registered Customer

4.0
Reservation for Lot
List of Available Lots

Requirement Verification

Scheduled Customer

Approved request

Front desk

Verify Requirements

Front desk Inquiries Record Tripping Record

Registered Customer

Administrator
Reservation Record

Selected Lot Customer


Receipt
Mode of payment Breakdown of charges Assessment Slip Assessment fee Reserved Lot Customer information

Customer

5.0
Customers Assessment

6.0 Reservation fee


Customers Payment

Approved reservation Reservation fee

Reservation fee

Finance Officer
Assessment Record

Receipt
Approved reservation

Administrator

Cashier

Payment Record

3.2.3.5 Data Flow Diagram of the Proposed System

Request Reservation table Inquiry of related information


Customer request

Administrator

Customer 1.0
Inquiry of Related Information Unconfidential information

Registration form

Customer
Customer Information

Submitted requirements

2.0
Selected information
Registration of Customer Customers Inquiries

3.0
Reservation for Lot

Verified Requirements Requirements Verification

Registered Customer

New account
Account table
Reserved lot Selected lot Submit requirements

Content table

Customer Selected Lot Lot table Customer Mode of Payment Finance officer
Reservation fee

Customer

4.0
Breakdown of Charges Assessment slip Assessment

Assessment fee

Confirmation of reservation

5.0
Receipt

Reservation Fee

Payment Of Reservation

Approved reservation Receipt

Administrative

Customer Assessment

Reservation fee

Cashier

Assessment table

3.2.3.6 Entity Relationship Diagram


Term_Id Lot_Id Lot_No Phase_No Area

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Lot_Id Res_Date

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Tripping
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3.2.3.7 Hierarchy Input Process Output chart

3.2.3.7 Hierarchy Input Process Output chart (HIPO)

1.0

Maintenance

1.1 Lot

1.2 User

1.4 Customer

1.3 Employee

1.5 Gallery

1.6 Content

1.7 Feedbacks and complaints

1.8 Category

2.0

Transactions

2.1 Client Inquiries

2.2 Registration

2.3 Assessment

2.4 Reservation and Payments

3.0

Utilities

3.1 Archive

3.2 Audit Trail

3.3 Backup/restore

3.4 Edit template

4.0

Reports

4.1 Employee

4.2 Clients

4.3 Users

4.4 Available lots

4.5 Reserved lots

4.6 Sold lots

4.7 Reservations

5.0

Help

5.1 About the company

5.2 About the system

5.3 About the developers

3.3 Summary An Online Information System with Reservation for Ligaya Village is composed of back end, which manipulates the database, and the Front end, which is composed of web pages. Both systems run in the server, which receives requests and sends responses to the customer.

CHAPTER 4 Performance Analysis

4.1 Introduction In this chapter, after all the major requirements have been accomplished, the proponents have conducted some experiments on the working prototype of the software. The major objective of this experiment is to test whether the system achieved the objectives of the software. The proponents have categorized the software into some aspects for them to have criteria or bases on evaluating or quantifying the overall output of the system. These criteria are as follows: functionality, reliability, usability, efficiency, maintainability and portability. To be able to perform the experiment, the proponents invited some possible users of the system. These users comprise the employees of Ligaya Village and other people including instructors, classmates and co-developers.

4.2 Experimental Experiments were conducted by letting the possible users of the system on how to use the system and after navigating some parts of the system, the users were given survey forms that serve as evaluation forms. Each criterion is quantified using the Likerts scale. It is a scale that has a five point scale that corresponds to the equivalent range of rations.

Table 4.2.1 Likerts Scale Range 4.51-5.00 3.51-4.50 2.51-3.50 1.51-2.50 1.00-1.50 Scale Very Good (VG) Good (G) Fair (F) Poor (P) Very Poor (VP) Ratings 5 4 3 2 1

The systems performance on one criterion will be quantified in terms of a weighted mean of the ratings. This involves summation of the ratings multiplied by their tally scores and divide by the total number of respondents [DELS2006].

Formula: X = f(x)/n where: X is the weighted mean for each criterion f is the frequency score or tally score x is the numerical rating (e.g. 5,4,3,2,1) n is the total number of respondents

Each criterion is listed below and put under its corresponding aspect or part of the system: Functionality
1. Mode of payment guidelines are presented with accurate payment

calculations.
2. The system complies with all the rules of the company and its deed of

restrictions. 3. Level of access is implemented to improve the security of files and maintain customers privacy. Reliability 1. A backup is made regularly to ensure stability and restoration of the system in case of failure. 2. The system has its own module for error handling that notifies the user when errors occur. Usability 1. Help files are provided to instruct the user on how the system works. 2. The system uses a user-friendly interface to easily familiarize the user with the system. Efficiency 1. Good coding practices are followed to achieve optimization in the processing of data and improve performance. 2. The system makes sure that its resources are appropriately allocated and properly freed/released to save space and bandwidth.

Maintainability 1. The system is designed to adapt to changes through system upgrades like template changing and bug fixing. Portability 1. The installation of the system requires at least knowledge in setting up a server. 2. The system can be accessed or found by a wide range of users because it implements search engine optimization.

All the stated criteria above will be evaluated by the invited potential users. Each user was given an evaluation form after he had navigated some parts of the system. Users were only given the chance to use and evaluate the part of the system that corresponds to their position in the company. The table below illustrates how the proponents applied the Likerts scale in quantifying the scores of the respondents.

Table 4.2.2 Example of an Evaluation Tally (Respondents = 10)


Reliability and Usability 1.) A backup is made regularly to ensure stability and restoration of the system in case of failure. 2.) The system has its own module for error handling that notifies the user when errors occur. 3.) Help files are provided to instruct the user on how the system works. 4.)The system uses a user-friendly interface to easily familiarize the user with the system VG-5 G-4 F-3 P-2 VP-1 N/A Mean 4.4 6 2 2

8 3 7

2 5 2 2 1

4.8 4.1 4.4

From the exam in Table 4.2.2, the mean was computed using the formula x= f(x)/ n. And so, substituting the values for the number 1 criterion we will have: 4.4 = (6*5) + (2*4) + (2*3) + (0*2) + (0*1) 10 The resulting rating of 4.4 will then be compared to Likerts scale (Table 4.2.1) where it is with in the range of 3.5-4.50 that is GOOD.

The two main areas/aspects that the proponents focused were on usability and functionality. These criteria are the bases if the system had achieved its objectives.

4.3 Results and Analysis After various experiments have been successfully conducted, the proponents observed the following. 1. Minor bugs, both logical and runtime errors are still present in the system. 2. Inappropriate punctuations, misspelled words and capitalization of words that need to be capitalized. 3. Some input validations were accidentally omitted. 4. Browser incompatibilities were encountered with the user interface.

4.4 Summary To sum-up all the experiment and testing conducted, the proponents were able to quantify the systems performance using Likerts scale. Moreover, the proponents were able to witness the possible errors of the system especially those errors that were not encountered during the development phase of the system.

Chapter 5 Conclusion Ligaya Village is currently using a manual system in its daily transactions. The said Village is having difficulties in terms of advertising and giving information to those people who are interested in buying lots or house and lot. Since the company lacks ways of presenting advertisements to its customers, the company does not benefit much in this strategy. The present reservation process takes a lot of time and effort for the customer. The manual reservation requires the customer to fill-out forms which is inconvenient for some customers that are located far from Ligaya Village and especially to those customers who have very busy schedules. The Online Information System with Reservation for Ligaya Village will give information and allow reservations for the customers on the internet. It will also display different kinds of information regarding the company. The system will speed up the reservation process and allow the reservation for the customer available at anytime of the day. Furthermore, it will also provide an online database that will be used for storing employees records in the company and company's transactions. In addition, it will allow easy and secure access of files. The maintenance of records will also be easier to manage. To have the benefits of the system, it must be properly installed provided with the compliance of the minimum requirements of hardware, software and

proper installation (refer to Chapter 3 of this documentation to see farther the system requirements). The output of this project will be put on the library of STI San Fernando. This will be a great basis or reference to the future researcher who will be developing an on-line system. This online system was developed and recommended by the proponents not only for Ligaya Village, but to all the companies that operate in the same manner as Ligaya Village. The recommendation of this system was based by the proponents in data that were gathered, surveys and experiments conducted.

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Acknowledgement It gives us great pleasure to be able to express our gratitude to the people who helped us in making the publication of this project possible. Acknowledgement is hereby gratefully made to the President of Ligaya Village, Mr. Nestor Sotto and also to the Vice President for Sales and Marketing Dra. Ma. Luz Pangilinan for helping and providing us the information needed. We also extend our thanks and gratification to our Thesis adviser Mr. Rheyson Leary and also to our thesis coordinator Ms. Fides Celeste Arceo who always support and give inspirational moments. We also want to extend our gratitude to our beloved family and relatives who deserves the most credit of their contribution by means of financial and moral support. And to our friends who give us encouragement and faith in accomplishing our study and especially to our kindhearted special ones for the inspiration and understanding. Most of all to our unending and incomparable Almighty God who give us strength, wisdom and talent to accomplish this project

APPENDICES Appendix A (Certifications) - this includes all the certificates that the proponents acquired during the development of the project. Appendix B (Transcript of interviews) this includes all the interviews that the proponents acquired during the development of the project. Appendix C (Project Scheduling) this include all the activities of the proponents with regards to the project. Appendix D (Personal Vitae) this include the personal information of the proponents.

Appendix A
Certifications

NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

LIGAYA VILLAGE
San Antonio Mexico, Pampanga

CERTIFICATION
This is to certify that Ligaya Village is not accepting Online Payment to be included in the system.

_______________________ Dra. Maria Luz T. Pangilinan VP for Sales and Maketing

NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

LIGAYA VILLAGE
San Antonio Mexico, Pampanga

Certificate of data Gathering


This is to certify that the following students namely: Dizon Anna Paula, Espiritu Marianne, Roque Yngwee, Santos John Andrew, of STI College City of San Fernando taking up Bachelor of Science in Information technology (BSIT) were permitted by the VP for Sales and Marketing of Ligaya Village to use some of their information and data related to their research study.

_______________________ Dra. Maria Luz T. Pangilinan VP for Sales and Maketing

NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

LIGAYA VILLAGE
San Antonio Mexico, Pampanga

CERTIFICATION
This is to certify that the following students namely: Dizon Anna Paula, Espiritu Marianne, Roque Yngwee, Santos John Andrew, of STI College City of San Fernando taking up Bachelor of Science in Information technology (BSIT) have conducted series of testing on the developed system entitled Online Information System with Reservation for Ligaya Village from the host company which is Ligaya Village.

_______________________ Dra. Maria Luz T. Pangilinan VP for Sales and Maketing

NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

LIGAYA VILLAGE
San Antonio Mexico, Pampanga

CERTIFICATION
This is to certify that the students of STI College City of San Fernando, Pampanga namely: Dizon Anna Paula, Espiritu Marianne, Roque Yngwee, Santos John Andrew were permitted by the office of Ligaya Village to use data and information for their thesis study. This Certificate is issued upon the request of the mentioned students for whatever legal purpose this may serve them.

_______________________ Dra. Maria Luz T. Pangilinan VP for Sales and Maketing

NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

LIGAYA VILLAGE
San Antonio Mexico, Pampanga

Certification OF INTERVIEW
This is to certify that the students of STI College City of San Fernando, Pampanga namely: Dizon Anna Paula, Espiritu Marianne, Roque Yngwee, Santos John Andrew have conducted an interview in company of Ligaya Village. This Certificate is issued upon the request of the mentioned students for whatever legal purpose this may serve them.

_______________________ Dra. Maria Luz T. Pangilinan VP for Sales and Maketing

NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

LIGAYA VILLAGE
San Antonio Mexico, Pampanga

Certification OF ACCEPTANCE
This is to certify that the students of STI College City of San Fernando, Pampanga namely: Dizon Anna Paula, Espiritu Marianne, Roque Yngwee, Santos John Andrew have been accepted given the permission to conduct the proposed study An Online Information System with Reservation for Ligaya Village.

_______________________ Dra. Maria Luz T. Pangilinan VP for Sales and Maketing

Appendix B
Transcript of interview

Questionnaires
1. Q: What are the business rules in Ligaya Village? A: The client is required to pay the amount of P20, 000.00 in order to acquire a reservation for a house and lot. The company only accepts loans from PAGIBIG and SSS members. Clients are still required to go to their office for the reservation process. Reservation by the phone is not available Reservation fee is NON-REFUNDABLE Payments should be made directly to Ligaya Village office. If the client makes a full payment he/she will have a 5% discount. Failure on the part of the client to submit the necessary documents and payments during such time gives, the developer has the right to automatically cancel the reservation without the need of notice. Apartment/town houses are not allowed and only single detached units will be permitted and shall be used exclusively for residential purposes only.

2. Q: Numbers of the employees and their positions. A: 10 employees. Dra. Ma. Luz T. Pangilinan VP for Sales & Marketing/Administrator Ms. Mary Con T. Pangilinan Marketing Manager Ms. Merly E. David - Marketing assistant & Secretary Architect Allan M. Pangilinan VP for Construction & Development Architect Allan T. Pangilinan Jr. Construction Manager Mr. Nestor Sotto - President Mrs. Rosita Sotto - Finance Officer Ms. Mary Lann P. Camaso - Accountant 2 security guards

3. Q: Model houses that Ligaya Village offers. A: Our model houses here in Ligaya Village are: Nadine, Euthalia, Selena, Leilani, Aglaia, Nerine.

4. Q: What are the requirements in order to acquire or buy a lot or house and lot? A: Photocopy of Birth/Marriage Certificate 2 pcs. 2x2 picture Community Tax Proof of billing address Post dated checks (for equity and amortization) 5. Q: What are your modes of payment? A: Cash and installment 6. Q: How much is the monthly amortization? A: It depends on the term that the customer had chosen. 7. Q:Is the reservation refundable? A: No, the reservation fee is non refundable

8. Q: Are there hidden charges? A: Nothing 9. Q: Is the reservation fee deductible from the selling price? A: Yes 10. Q: Do you have a house and lot ready for occupancy? A: Yes 11. Q: How do you promote and advertise the subdivision? A: We promote and advertise through poster and flyers 12. Q: How many agents and brokers do you have? A: We have 20 brokers and 150 agents

Appendix C
Project Scheduling

Gantt Chart of Activities YEAR Months Weeks Activities Requirements Gathering Group Discussion Searching for the Host Company Consultation with the Adviser Research Conducting Interviews Issue Surveys/Questionnaires Observation Design Strategy Interface Design Program Coding Implementation using 4GL System Testing Debugging Testing Test 2007 December w1 w2 w3 w4 2008 January w2 w3 2008 February w2 w3 2008 March w2 w3 2008 April w2 w3

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Appendix D
Sample forms and Report

ANNEX A
NESLAN REALTY & DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LIGAYA VILLAGE
San Antonio, Mexico Pampanga Tel. No (045) 875-2320

DEED OF RESTRICTIONS
Phase ___________ Blk. No ________ Lot No. ______ I LOT OWNERS ASSOCIATION

1. The BUYER or its successor-in-interest hereby accepts unconditional membership in the LIGAYA VILLAGE LOT OWNERS ASSOCIATION (hereinafter referred to as LVLOA) composed of all the lot buyers, their transferees or subsequent owners, the subdivision owners and developer, NESLAN REALTY & DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (hereinafter referred to as NRDC) and shall register the Articles of Incorporation and By-laws of said association with the Home Insurance Guaranty Corporation (HIGC) and/or any appropriate government office. 2. The BUYER or its successor-in-interest accepts as a condition of this purchase that, until 80% of the lots have been sold and formal turn-over of the facilities/utilities to municipal/city government, majority of the members of the Board of Directors of the association shall be reserved for NRDC or their nominees, provided further that NRDC shall be allotted at least one board seat in the associations board of directors even after the turn-over of the facilities to the LVLOA. This restriction shall be included or deemed included in the articles of incorporation and by-laws to be registered with HIGC or any other government agency required.

3. The BUYER or its successor-in-interest accepts that absolute ownership of the facilities and utilities such as roads, sidewalks, parking lanes, drainage system, power lines, lightning, water system, gardens/parks and other facilities that may be put up for the promotion of the general welfare, health, safety, physical well being and morals of the Association shall continue to remain with NRDC until 80% of lots have been sold and formal turn-over of ownership of the facilities to LVLOA or the municipal/city government. 4. The BUYER or its successor-in-interest agrees to abide by and comply with any and all rules and regulations promulgated by NRDC and LVLOA, including the payments of any dues, fees and other assessments.

5. The BUYER or its successor-in-interest agrees to become a member of the LVLOA, membership of which shall be compulsory. The BUYER agrees to pay the amount of Eighty Pesos (P80.00) PER SQUARE METER or the full amount of

_________________________________ PESOS as homeowners fee within a period of two (2) years in twenty four equal monthly instalments of ______________________ beginning _____________________________ and every month thereafter until fully paid. The amount collected will serve as TRUST FUNDS of LVLOA, exclusively to finance the maintenance of the facilities and utilities such as water supply system, drainage system, street lights, swimming pool, clubhouse, including electric bills for the street light, open spaces, and guard house including the salaries of the security guards, gardeners, caretakers, as well as real estate taxes of roads and open space and other assessments due to the local and national Government, after the issuance of the certificate of completions by the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLRB). Until LVLOA is formed/ registered, payments / collection of assessments due to the. Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLRBRB). Until LVLOA is formed/ registered, payments / collection of trust fund contribution / membership fee and use of the interest for the maintenance of the facilities shall be made by NDRC only. BUYER further agrees to pay other assessment which may be subsequently imposed by NRDC and LVLOA for the benefit on all buyers and their successor/s-in-interest.

6. NRDC and LVLOA shall jointly conduct the affairs and activities of the subdivision related to its proper operation, maintenance and beautification of the facilities/utilities and shall continue to manage and maintain the above mentioned facilities / utilities until the turnover of ownership to LVLOA or the Municipal/City Government, BUYER cannot withdraw his membership from LVLOA unless he/she/it sells his/her/its interest in the land and its improvements thereon, if any. In case, however, the BUYERS successor-in-interest shall be bound by these conditions and shall faithfully comply with the prior written approval of the LVLOA, sign the standard contracts for such facilities and faithfully pay the fees, charges, dues and assessments imposed for such facilities and utilities. BUYER cannot withdraw or refund his membership contributions even after he/she/it sell is/her/its interest.

7. NRDC and LVLOA shall have the right jointly to enforce compliance with all the foregoing restrictions through appropriate court proceedings against the purchaser or lot owner with the latter being liable for any and all damages suffered by NRDC and LVLOA including attorney fees and other court costs and an amount equivalent to 50% of the present market value of the lot as and by way of liquidated damages. II USE OF LOTS and/or ROADS: 1. Apartment / Town houses are not allowed and only single detached units will be permitted & shall be used exclusively for residential purposes only. In any cases, the lot shall not be used for any immoral or illegal trade or activity. BUYER shall under no circumstances use or allow the lot to be used as right way or access to any adjoining property. 2. Lots are subject to an easement or setback from the property line to the building line as follows: Interior Lots

Both sides Rear Front Corner Lots Rear One side Sides fronting on the street In case of putting fire wall, use one side only.

1.5 meters from building line 2.00 meters from the building line 3.00 meters from the building line

2.00 meters from the building line 1.5 meters from the building line 3.00 meters from the building line

3. The BUYER agrees to admit in the premises representatives of the DEVELOPER/SELLER to carry into effect the purposes for which easement is created, to inspect and relocate monuments, and likewise to admit representatives of the DEVELOPER / SELLER and/or public utility entities to install or disconnect lines for light, telephone or water and other like facilities. 4. No construction or repair materials, trash or debris may be deposited, dumped or stockpiled on any lot, roads, open spaces or sidewalks without NRDC and LVLOA permission. 5. No soil, stones or gravel shall be taken from the subdivision or the lot purchased. 6. No one is allowed to mix concrete directly on the subdivisions concrete roads or paved sidewalks.

7. Under no circumstances shall the BUYER use the subject lot to construct, operate poultry, piggery or stable for keeping horses, cows, carabaos, and other animals either for personal commercial purposes nor shall the BUYER keep or cause any obnoxious, poisonous substances and materials within the premises. Likewise prohibited to operate and maintain sari-sari stores, mini-marts, eateries, cafes and the like or other similar business establishments in nature. 8. The grass on the lot shall at all times be kept cut and trimmed to reduce fire hazards on the property. For this purpose, the DEVELOPER is permitted to cut and trim the grass at any time if the same grows beyond two (2) feet from the soil and the BUYER is obliged to pay the cost therefore with interest at one percent (1%) per month. The word BUYER a herein used shall include any person in whose name the certificate of title for this lot has been issued or to a lot buyer who has been issued a contract to sell. For maintenance of vacant lots, BUYER shall pay a maintenance fee P 4.00 per square meter annually, an additional to the homeowners fee per par. 1.5 which amount shall be incorporated into the BUYERS account. 9. The parties hereby agree that the roads and the lots purchased in the subdivision are made available to the BUYER and member of his/her family and guests for use as such in accordance with the approved subdivision plans and subject to the Deed of Restriction but not otherwise such as to gain entry to and/or exit from subdivision to

have access to properties beyond or adjoining the subdivision, be it belonging to said BUYER or other persons. In case the title has already been conveyed to BUYER of 50% of whatever he has paid on account of the principal. The other 50% shall be forfeited in favour of the SELLER as liquidated damages. This prohibition does not apply to NRDC who shall have the right to create right of way within, beyond or adjoining the subdivision to gain or give access to adjoining subdivision or properties. III BUILDING AND ARCHITECHTURE: 1. Prior to the start of any construction on the lot, the BUYER shall first secure a clearance / permit from NRDC or the LVLOA if the facilities had already been turned over to the latter. The proper building permit must also be secured from the municipal / city government prior to the construction of any building or any subsequent additions thereto. No construction or fencing shall likewise be started, nor materials stockpiled prior to the issuance of the clearance and building permit as required herein. Any construction materials will not be allowed to enter the subdivision without the above requirements. 2. The building plans and specifications shall comply with all the existing laws, ordinances and/or regulations required or promulgated by the local or national government or any appropriate government office or agency. A three chamber septic tank on all house/bldg. to be constructed is required for proper disposal of waste matter or water. The building/house to be constructed must be completed/finished, commencement of construction as per plan submitted to NRDC. 3. No construction clearance / permit will be issued jointly by NRDC and LVLOA without paying the P 25,000.00 construction bond to NRDC & LVLOA. Said deposit shall e refunded to the BUYER after completion of the construction of the building and after issuance of the joint Certificate of Compliance from deposit will be forfeited without prejudice to such other legal action NRDC and/or LVLOA may take Construction Free is P3,000.00 which is non refundable. 4. In the event BUYER or his/her/its successor-in-interest construct his/her building on the wrong lot, or in violation of these restrictions, he/she/it shall immediately remove the said construction at his expense. Otherwise, the NRDC or the real owner of the affected lot their successor-in-interest shall have the right to remove the same at the expense of the BUYER or his/her/its successor-in-interest without necessity of any court order and without any criminal and/or civil liability whatsoever on the part of the said owner of the affected lot or their successor-in-interest.

IV - WATER SYSTEM: 1. NRDC / Mexico Water District will provide a water distribution system and individual water service connections stubbed out for every lot. 2. Direct pumping from the distribution main line or the use of booster pumps is strictly prohibited.

V POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM: 1. PELCO I will provide the power distribution lines including electric post, transformers and provide the power supply needed in the subdivision. The BUYER will process and pay the application and installation cost of their individual PELCO I connections including electric meters. VI PROHIBITIONS, RESTRICTIONS and/or EASEMENTS: 1. The lot purchase cannot be subdivided into smaller lots, whether or not the same are retained by the BUYER or sold to other persons to ensure that each lot shall have adequate access to a designated street for vehicular entrance and exit, whether directly or by grant if right way. 2. The easements are required for purposes of installation of additional utilities such as sewage, telephone lines, water lines and other public utilities as may be necessary and desirable and also for ventilation purposes. The BUYER or his/her/its successor-ininterest shall permit free access thereto to the authorized representative/s of NRDC and LVLOA their successor-in-interest and/or public utility entities for the purpose of which the easement is created, to inspect and relocated monuments, to install or disconnect lines for light, telephone or water and other utilities. 3. The BUYER or his/her/its successor-in-interest binds himself not to alter, remove, displace or in any way interfere with any monument or other evidence of boundary upon said premises, nor cut, destroy or in any manner cause any waste or damage to or upon said premises nor allow others to commission of any of the aforesaid acts. 4. Cutting, breaking and excavations of the concrete roads, sidewalks, planting strips boxes, curbs and gutters are not allowed without a written permission issued jointly by NRDC and LVLOA. 5. Heavy equipments such as trucks, delivery vans, bulldozers, cranes, tractors, buses etc., or accessories thereof shall not be allowed to enter the subdivision or parked or stationed delivering supplies and materials, rendering construction related services in the subdivision for a long period. NRDC and/or the LVLOA reserve the right to exclude or remove at the expense of the lot or equipment owner any such equipment found within the subdivision premises or parked threat in violation of this rule. 6. Likewise, lot owners are required to provide garage for their vehicle/s within their respective premises and should not use the road or sidewalk as their vehicle/s parking area except for loading and unloading, in case of emergency, special occasions and the like or to some fortuitous events as the case maybe. 7. BUYER should first verify the plans of the underground utilities from NRDC or the associations prior to actual excavation and shall be liable for any damages made or thereon. Cutting and breaking of the concrete roads and tapping of water mains for additional water lines shall not be allowed without written joint approval from NRDC and LVLOA. Sewage disposal must be connected to the subdivision drainage system.

The plans of this tank will be subject to the joint approval of NRDC and LVLOA their successor-in-interest. All drainage pipes including three chambers septic tank combined shall be connected to the subdivision drainage system. No installation of any drainage line shall be allowed outside of the lot without the written approval of the NRDC or its successor-in-interest.

VII - VEHICULAR / PEDESTRIAN ENTRANCES 1. All entrances for vehicles and pedestrians leading to the subdivision shall be designed only by NRDC in accordance with the approved subdivision plan. 2. No vehicular entrances or exits shall be constructed on the street curves of the road intersections. No vehicular or pedestrian entrances or exits shall be allowed on lot boundaries adjoining the subdivisions perimeter. 3. Any portion of the road may be closed temporarily during emergency repair works on the roads waterlines or any other utilities by NRDC or LVLOA for the benefit of the community. VIII LIABILITY FOR IMPROVEMENTS 1. The BUYER or its successor-in-interest shall pay for any improvement on the lot which he wishes to introduce for his own convenience. 2. The BUYER or its successor-in-interest shall pay any improvement on the lot which may be required by the government or the other competent authority and in case NRDC is compelled to make such improvements by reason of the inability of the buyer to comply with such requirements, the latter shall reimburse NRDC for the costs and expenses incurred plus interest rate of 24% interest per annum. IX PERPETUAL EASEMENT: 1. The BUYER hereby agrees that the representatives of NRDC or LVLOA shall have the property at any time for the purpose of inspection, measurement, relocation, survey, laying of monuments or of necessary lines for water, gas, electric power, telephones and other public services to undertake works, of whatever nature for the general interest of the subdivision, and enforce the rules and regulations of the NRDC and LVLOA and any inconvenience or disturbance thus caused shall not be a ground for any action for damages. X TERM FOR PERIOD RESTRICTIONS: 1. The foregoing restrictions shall remain in force for a period of fifty (50) years starting from the issuance of License to Sell by HLRB or any Government Agency, or from date of purchase, which ever comes later. 2. NRDC or LVLOA, upon organization of the same may modify, change; amend any provision in this Deed of Restrictions or promulgate new or additional restrictions subject to the approval of at least three fourths (3/4) votes of all the members in good standing of the

LVLOA, if already organized, in which case said amended or new restrictions shall remain in force for the same period of fifty (50) years from effectively thereof. XI ENFORCEMENT OF RESTRICITONS: 1. The NRDC or its successor-in-interest or the association or their duly authorized representative, shall have the right during reasonable hours of the day, and upon due notice, to enter and inspect any building constructed on this lot to ascertain compliance with all the restrictions herein. Compliance with these restrictions may be enjoined and/or enforced by Court Action, by NRDC and/or the Association or by any members in good standing of the Association. 2. Any inaction, silence, delay or tolerance of any said parties in respect to violation of any of the covenants, conditions and restrictions herein committed by BUYER shall not bar nor stop any said parties from instituting an action to enforce the same, provided, provided that the outcome of said action shot no be effect the one who is not made a party to the suit.

XII OTHER COVENANTS: 1. The BUYER agrees not to sell, cede, encumber, transfer, or in any matter, do any act which will violate this Deed of Restrictions without the prior written approval of NRDC and until stipulations of this Deed of Restrictions shall been fulfilled. 2. In the event of the above restrictions or any portion thereof is declared invalid by virtue of any court order or final judgment rendered by court of competent jurisdiction, all other provisions not affected shall remain in full force and effect. 3. Should the SELLER resort to the courts of justice or engage the services of any Attorney in order to enforce the foregoing covenants and/or for the protection of its rights or to seek redress of its grievances relative to this lot or the use thereof, The BUYER or his/her/its successor-in-interest is obliged to pay the SELLER actual attorneys fees and expenses of litigation incurred plus all other consequential damages to which the SELLER may by law be entitled. The venue of the litigation shall be before the proper courts in Mexico or San Fernando, Pampanga. The term court includes the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board or other government agencies having jurisdiction over the suit.

4. The SELLER hereby retain all the rights title, ownership and interest over the existing creek/s. Accordingly, the BUYER hereby acknowledges that he/she/it has no title nor any rights to claim ownership or possession over any creek or flowing water and/or any such similar area adjacent to the lot purchased, and further acknowledges that this contract does not confer on him/her/it any right to claim said adjacent area above mentioned. 5. NRDC may, from time to time and at its sole discretion, annex to the subdivision any other real property owned or subsequently acquired and developed into similar subdivision provided that the same is contiguous or adjacent to or in the immediate vicinity of this project.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties had affixed their signatures of___________20___at_________________________________, Philippines.

this_______day

NESLAN REALTY & DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION Seller/Owner Conforme: By: ________________________ ______________________ Buyer

SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF: _____________________________ _______________________

NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LIGAYA VILLAGE


San Antonio, Mexico, Pampanga Tel. No. (045) 893-2341 / (045) 875-0643

RESERVATION APPLICATION
Buyers information Sheet: DATE:_________________

NAME: _____________________________ CTC #_________________ ADDRESS: _________________________ TEL. #_________________ OFFICE: ___________________________ TEL. #_________________ ADDRESS: ______________________________________________________ NAME OF SPOUSE: _____________________ CTC #_________________ I hereby offer to buy from LIGAY VILLAGE developed by NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION situated at San Antonio, Mexico, Pampanga the lot described below. Ph : ________ Blk : _______ Lot # _______ Area_______ Price per Sq.M.______ Total____________________ D/P____________ Balance __________ Terms_______ Monthly Amortization________________________ Interest Rate___________________ I will pay the amount of___________________________(P ) as reservation money for the lot described above. The balance of down payment shall be paid by me within (1) month from the date of this reservation after which the prescribed Contract to Sell and Deed of Restriction which available for examination, shall be signed by me. This reservation is non-transferable and any transfer made by me shall be null and void and shall be cause for cancellation and forfeiture of this reservation money and my other payments I am also aware that my monthly amortization on the lot I am purchasing shall immediately commence without further notice 30 days after my full down payment regardless of whether my contract to sell has been delivered to me or not. Further, NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION and/or the aforementioned owner of the subdivision shall have the right to automatically cancel my reservation without notice and forfeit as liquidated damages of my reservation deposit and whatever other payments I have made in the event of the following: a) Failure on my part to pay the full down payment within the prescribed period above. b) Failure to deliver and sign the contract to sell within15 days c) Withdrawal on my part from this agreement for any reason whatever. In the event that the above subject lot is found to be unavailable for sale to me due to prior sales commitment with another party or if the same was offered to me by mistake or by inadvertence, I agree that the subject lot be exchanged with lot of equal area or value or to the

cancellation of the reservation agreement subject to the reimbursement of all payments previously made by me by the reason of this reservation. Any provision to the contrary notwithstanding, I hereby agree and acknowledge NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION has the right to rescind or cancel this reservation for any cause whatsoever at any time before issuance of my contract to sell by giving written notice of its intention to do so and refunding to me all the payment made by virtue hereof. I hereby further understand that any presentation or warranty made to me by the agent who handles this sale not embodied herein shall not be biding on the company unless reduced in writing and confirmed by the VP for Sales & Marketing of NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION; and this contract shall not be considered changed, modified altered, or in any way amended by acts or tolerance of NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION unless such changes, modification or amendments are made in writing and signed by the VP for Sales & Marketing. This reservation application is not valid and biding unless the required reservation fee is paid and unless approved by owner/ developer. Buyers are instructed to demand for the receipt wherever making payment. This contract states the entire agreement of both parties hereto and any agreement, stipulation, representation or promises, oral or otherwise not contained is this reservation or incorporated herein by references shall not bind NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.

___________________ Broker Prepared By:_____________________

____________________ Buyer

_________________________ Approved By

HOUSE AND LOT I. OPTION TO PURCHASE / RESERVATION AGREEMENT This is an agreement attached with the reservation agreement during the reservation. This embodies the condition of the company with regards to the reservation fee and the condition pertaining to the reservation. The reservation fee and the option agreement allow the developer to hold the property for the buyer for one month, or in cases of advance payments, during the discounting period. Failure on the developer the right to automatically cancel the reservation without the need of notice. The validity of the Receipt is 24 hours after printing. Reservation fee is NON-REFUNDABLE. II. PAYMENTS SCHEDULE Payments should be made directly to Ligaya Villa office. Before payment, the client should ask an assessment slip from their respective account officer. Down payment should be covered by post-dated checks. The Total Contract Price (TCP) together with the breakdown of payments and its corresponding schedule detailed in the quotation sheet. III. AMORTIZATION 1. Deferred Cash Amortization will start after full down payment. 2. In-house Financing Same due dates shall follow as deferred cash. One booklet of postdates checks shall be required. 3. Bank Financing Amortization will star a month after release. Interest to indicative (effective interest rate shall be on the release date) and subject annual re-pricing. Twelve (12) post-dated checks shall be required. IV. HOUSE CONSTRUCTION House construction shall start a month after full down payment for in-house and bank financing plus loan approval. For deferred cash, construction will start upon payment of at least 50% of the Total Contract Price (TCP). All concerns should be addressed during the reservation interview. For lots only package, spot cash and deferred cash payment require that the TCP be fully paid before construction is allowed. For bank financing will start after payment of one year amortization with the bank. For bank financing, confirmation will start after payment payment of 75% of the TCP 3 year of amortization, whichever comes first. Ideal construction time six (6) months. Upon completion, the will be asked to visit the house for inspection / punch listing. Should everything be in place, the owner shall sign the house turnover memo. V. MOVE-IN SCHEDULE Move-in schedule vary according to the financing scheme availed:

1. Spot Cash Buyers- move-in shall transpire once the unit was completed. 2. Deferred Cash Buyers move-in will be approved upon payment of 75% of the Total Contract Price. 3. In-house Financing upon full payment of down payment 6 months of the amortization and to submit the document required, including checks (PDCs). 4. Bank Financing is required full down payment and loan release. CONSTRUCTION PERIOD Given that all requirements have been submitted and payment made promptly, a house is constructed between 4 to 6 months from the completion of the down payment.

RESTRICTION FOR ALTERATION, EXTENTIONS, ADDS-ON OR CUSTOMIZATIONS Extensions are allowed provided extension plans and layouts are submitted and approved by the construction department handling the project. Extension can be made like that for setbacks / open areas as well as fence / carports, but with corresponding additional and restriction in terms of size, materials and finishing. These and other constructions are placed to maintain the feature design, beauty and balance within the master-planned community. Guidelines fore residential constructions, renovations and additions can be discussed with the personnel of LIGAYA VILLAGE office handling the project.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO ACQUIRE A PROPERTY -Photocopy of Birth / Marriage Certificate -2pcs 2x2 pictures (applicant/spouse/co-borrower) -Community Tax Certificate (applicant/spouse/co-borrower) -Proof of Billing Address -Post-dated checks (for equity and amortization)

NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LIGAY VILLAGE San Antonio, Mexico, Pampanga CLUBHOUSE LEASE AGREEMENT LESSEE______________________________________________ ADDRESS____________________________________________ CONTACT NO________________________________________ OCCASION___________________________________________ DATE________________________________________________ TIME_________TO_______________ MEMBER NONE MEMBER

INCLUSION:

SWIMMING POLL CHAIRS TABLES NIPA NUT PCS. BIG BIG

NO. OF PAX

SMALL SMALL Down Payment__________ Balance__________

Total Amount _____________ Terms and Conditions: 1.

The use of the above facilities is possible only through payment of 20% reservation fee upon signing the agreement of total amount one week before the actual use. 2. Use of Swimming Pool Proper swimming attire must be observed Denim shorts and polo shirts are not allowed Minors shall be accompanied by guardians No eating and drinking within pool premise and inside the pool No throwing of any debris inside the pool Take showers before swimming. 3. Any damages of facilities and utilities during the occasion must be restored at the expense of the lesse. 4. Advise the caterer to report to Ligaya Village office at least one week before the occasion for further clearance 5. Caterer are allowed to deliver their materials 2 hours the actual time and advise to clear the area and pull out their materials right after the occasion 6. There will be a charge for Extension of time Day Time 1,000/ hour Night time 1,000/hour 7. Secure gate pass at the guard for security measures 8. Avoid making unnecessary noise and roaming around outside the clubhouse premise 9. NRDC is not liable for any losses damages of personal belongings of the guest during the occasion
CONFORME _________________ LESSEE Date__________

__________________________ MARIA LUZ T. PANGILINAN Administrator Date____________________

MODE OF PAYMENTS

LIGAYA VILLAGE
JULY 2007

PRICE/ BLK. LOT AREA SQ. M. 1 3 204 4,400 4 204 4,400 5 204 4,400 6 204 4,400 7 204 4,400 8 204 4,400 9 203 4,400 2 2 3 6 7 8 3 10 12 14 16 18 20 4 3 5 187 180 182 185 186 4,500 4,400 4,400 4,400 4,400

TOTAL 897,600.00 897,600.00 897,600.00 897,600.00 897,600.00 897,600.00 893,200.00 841,500.00 792,900.00 800,800.00 814,000.00 818,400.00 872,900.00 847,100.00 825,600.00 852,900.00 838,500.00 842,800.00

15% D/Payments 134,640.00 134,640.00 134,640.00 134,640.00 134,640.00 134,640.00 133,980.00 126,225.00 118,800.00 120,120.00 122,100.00 122,760.00 130,935.00 127,065.00 123,840.00 124,485.00 125,775.00 126,420.00

BALANCE 762,960.00 762,960.00 762,960.00 762,960.00 762,960.00 762,960.00 759,220.00 715,275.00 673,200.00 680,680.00 691,900.00 695,640.00 741,965.00 720,965.00 701,760.00 705,415.00 712,725.00 716,380.00 657,900.00 657,900.00

18% 1 YR. 69,948.17 69,948.17 69,948.17 69,948.17 69,948.17 69,948.17 69,609.29 65,679.41 61,718.98 62 404.74 63,433.39 63,776.28 68,023.35 66,012.81 64,337.36 64,672.45 65,342.63 65,677.72 60,316.27 60,316.27

18% 2 YRS. 38,086.96 38,086.96 38,086.96 38,086.96 38,086.96 38,086.96 37,900.25 35,706.53 33,606.14 33,979.55 34,539.65 34,726.35 37,038.89 35,944.15 35,031.86 35,124.32 35,579.23 35,761.69

18% 3 YRS. 27,581.00 27,581.00 27,581.00 27,581.00 27,581.00 27,581.00 27,445.80 25,857.19 24,336.18 24,606.58 25,012.19 25,147.39 26,822.03 26,029.27 25,368.62 25.500.75 25,765.01 25,897.14

18% 4 YRS. 22,408.14 22,408.14 22,408.14 22,408.14 22,408.14 22,408.14 22,298.29 21,007.63 19,771.88 19,991.57 20,321.10 20,430.95 21,791.51 21.147.43 20,610.69 20,718.04 20,932.73 21,040.08

18% 5 YRS. 19,371.55 19,371.55 19,371.55 19,371.55 19,371.55 19,371.55 19,276.60 18,160.83 17,092.55 17,282.74 17,567.34 17,662.30 18,838.49 18,281.69 17,817.69 17,910.49 18,096.09 18,188.89

18% 6 YRS. 17,397.01 17,397.01 17,397.01 17,397.01 17,397.01 17,397.01 17,311.37 16,309.70 15,350.31 15,520.87 15,776.70 15,861.98 16,918.29 16,418.24 16,001.53 16,804.87 16,251.56 16,334.90

18% 7 YRS 16,035.89 16,035.89 16,035.89 16,035.89 16,035.89 16,035.89 15,957.29 15,033.65 14,149.32 14,306.53 14,542.35 14,620.96 15,594.62 15,133.70 14,749.59 14,826.41 14,980.05 15,056.87

203 4,300 197 4,300 192 4,300 193 4,300 195 4,300 196 4,300 180 4,300 180 4,300

774,000.00 116,100.00 774,000.00 116,100.00

32,842.37 23,783.09 19,322.52 16,704.08 15,001.44 13,827.74 32,842.37 23,783.09 19,322.52 16,704.08 15,001.44 13,827.74

7 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26

180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180

4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300

774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00

116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00

657,900.00 60,316.27 32,842.37 23,783.09 19,322.52 16,704.08 657,900.00 60,316.27 32,842.37 23,783.09 19,322.52 16,704.08 657,900.00 60,316.27 32,842.37 23,783.09 19,322.52 16,704.08 657,900.00 60,316.27 32,842.37 23,783.09 19,322.52 16,704.08 657,900.00 60,316.27 32,842.37 23,783.09 19,322.52 16,704.08 657,900.00 60,316.27 32,842.37 23,783.09 19,322.52 16,704.08 657,900.00 60,316.27 32,842.37 23,783.09 19,322.52 16,704.08 657,900.00 60,316.27 32,842.37 23,783.09 19,322.52 16,704.08 657,900.00 60,316.27 32,842.37 23,783.09 19,322.52 16,704.08 657,900.00 60,316.27 32,842.37 23,783.09 19,322.52 16,704.08 657,900.00 60,316.27 32,842.37 23,783.09 19,322.52 16,704.08

15,001.44 13,827.74 15,001.44 13,827.74 15,001.44 13,827.74 15,001.44 13,827.74 15,001.44 13,827.74 15,001.44 13,827.74 15,001.44 13,827.74 15,001.44 13,827.74 15,001.44 13,827.74 15,001.44 13,827.74 15,001.44 13,827.74

5 6 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 197 226

4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300

774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 774,000.00 847,100.00 971,800.00

116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 116,100.00 127,065.00 145,770.00

657,900.00 657,900.00 657,900.00 657,900.00 657,900.00 657,900.00 657,900.00 657,900.00 657,900.00 657,900.00 657,900.00 657,900.00 657,900.00 657,900.00 720,035.00 826,030.00

60,316.27 60,316.27 60,316.27 60,316.27 60,316.27 60,316.27 60,316.27 60,316.27 60,316.27 60,316.27 60,316.27 60,316.27 60,316.27 60,316.27 66,012.81 75,730.43

32,842.37 32,842.37 32,842.37 32,842.37 32,842.37 32,842.37 32,842.37 32,842.37 32,842.37 32,842.37 32,842.37 32,842.37 32,842.37 32,842.37 35,944.15 41,235.42

23,783.09 23,783.09 23,783.09 23,783.09 23,783.09 23,783.09 23,783.09 23,783.09 23,783.09 23,783.09 23,783.09 23,783.09 23,783.09 23,783.09 26,029.27 29,860.98

19,322.52 19,322.52 19,322.52 19,322.52 19,322.52 19,322.52 19,322.52 19,322.52 19,322.52 19,322.52 19,322.52 19,322.52 19,322.52 19,322.52 21,147.43 24,260.50

16,704.08 16,704.08 16,704.08 16,704.08 16,704.08 16,704.08 16,704.08 16,704.08 16,704.08 16,704.08 16,704.08 16,704.08 16,704.08 16,704.08 18,281.69 20,972.90

15,001.44 15,001.44 15,001.44 15,001.44 15,001.44 15,001.44 15,001.44 15,001.44 15,001.44 15,001.44 15,001.44 15,001.44 15,001.44 15,001.44 16,418.24 18,835.14

13,827.74 13,827.74 13,827.74 13,827.74 13,827.74 13,827.74 13,827.74 13,827.74 13,827.74 13,827.74 13,827.74 13,827.74 13,827.74 13,827.74 15,133.70 17,361.50

6 10

393

4,300

1,689,900.00

253,485.00 1,436,415.00 131,690.53

71,705.84 51,926.40 42,187.51 36,470.58 32,753.13 30,190.57

11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21

265 191 204 219 204 204 204 204 204 204

4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300 4,300

1,139,500.00 821,300.00 877,200.00 941,700.00 877,200.00 877,200.00 877,200.00 877,200.00 877,200.00 877,200.00

170,925.00 123,195.00 131,580.00 141,255.00 131,580.00 131,580.00 131,580.00 131,580.00 131,580.00 131,580.00

968,575.00 698,105.00 745,620.00 800,445.00 745,620.00 745,620.00 745,620.00 745,620.00 745,620.00 745,620.00

88,789.96 48,351.26 35,013.99 28,447.05 24,592.12 22,085.45 20,357.51 64,002.27 34,849.40 25,236.50 20,503.34 17,724.89 15,918.19 14,672.77 68,358.44 37,221.35 26,954.16 21,898.86 18,931.29 17,001.63 15,671.44 73,384.80 39,958.21 28,936.09 23,509.07 20,323.30 18,251.75 16,823.75 68,358.44 37,221.35 26,954.16 21,898.86 18,931.29 17,001.63 15,671.44 68,358.44 37,221.35 26,954.16 21,898.86 18,931.29 17,001.63 15,671.44 68,358.44 37,221.35 26,954.16 21,898.86 18,931.29 17,001.63 15,671.44 68,358.44 37,221.35 26,954.16 21,898.86 18,931.29 17,001.63 15,671.44 68,358.44 37,221.35 26,954.16 21,898.86 18,931.29 17,001.63 15,671.44 68,358.44 37,221.35 26,954.16 21,898.86 18,931.29 17,001.63 15,671.44

NESLAN Realty & Development Corporation


San Antonio, Mexico Pampanga Tel. Nos. (045) 875-2320 / 0917-827-0808

Ligaya Village
Buyers Name: ___________________________________ Address: ________________________________________ Price / Sq. m. 15% D/Payment 18% 1 Yrs. 18% 2 Yrs. 18% 3 Yrs. 18% 5 Yrs. 18% 5 Yrs. 18% 6 Yrs. 18% 7 Yrs.

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** RESERVATION FEE IS 20,000 PER LOT ** PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE ** DOWN PAYMENT = 15% OF CONTRACT PRICE ** CHECKS ARE PAYABLE TO NESLAN REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ** HOMEOWNERS FEE = 80.00 PER SQ. M.

Prepared by: Mary Con T. Pangilinan

Approved by: Dra. Luz T. Pangilinan

Appendix E
Personal Vitae

Personal Technical Vitae Dizon, Anna Paula L. #88 San Pablo Mexico Pampanga 09279676863 annapauladizon_@yahoo.com

Espiritu, Marianne R. A .Street. Sta. Lucia CSFP 09166426388 yhan_06@yahoo.com

Roque, Yngwee L. #16 Malbang St. San Augustine Sur Arayat Pampanga 09212032882 yngwee_11091087@yahoo.com

Santos, John Andrew A. #66 Sta. Monica Florida Blanca Pampanga 09065813019 johndrew_0615@yahoo.com