Philippines An abbreviation for “Certificate to Occupancy“. This certificate is issued by a local municipality
and is required before anyone can occupy or live within a home. It is issued only after a local
municipality has made all inspections or allmonies or fees have been paid.
Caisson Philippines the ? and ? diameter hole drilled into a earth or embedded into bedrock – feet. The
structural support for the type to foundation wall, porch, patio, monopost, and other structure. Two or
more “sticks” to reinforcing bars (rebar) are inserted into or run a full length to a hole and
concrete is poured into a caisson hole
Cantilever Philippines An overhang.Where one floor extends beyond or over the foundation wall. For example at a
fireplace location and bay window cantilever. Normally, not extending over feet.
Cantilevered void Philippines Foundation void material Cebu that unusually expansive soils conditions. This void is
“trapezoid” shaped or has vertical sides to ? or ? respectively.
Cap Philippines a upper member to the column, pilaster, door cornice,molding, and fireplace.
Cap flashing Philippines a portion to a flashing attached of the vertical surface of prevent water from migrating
behind a base flashing.
Capital Philippines a principal part to the loan, i.e. a original amount borrowed.
Capital or interest Philippines the repayment loan or a most conventional form to home loan. a borrower
pays an amount each month of cover a amount borrowed (or capital and principal) plus a interest
charged building a house capital.
Capped rate Philippines a mortgage interest rate will not exceed the specified value during the certain period of
time, but it will fluctuate up or down below in level.