The 163rd special public auction of UnionBank foreclosed properties will be held this December 18, 2010, Saturday, at the 29th Floor, UnionBank Plaza, Meralco Ave. corner Onyx Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City, Philippines. This auction includes foreclosed properties that are mostly from Metro Manila.
Only 10% downpayment is required, with up to 15 years to pay, with fixed interest rates at 13% per annum for the first 3 years, and 15% per annum for the next 12 years. CWT is for the account of the buyer.
Just bring Php20,000 show money in the form of cash or Manager’s check per property to qualify and bid.
Don’t forget to do your due diligence prior to attending the auction!
Complete list of Unionbank foreclosed properties
Click here to download a copy of the complete list of UnionBank foreclosed properties in PDF format or click on the image on the left for a copy in JPG format.
Thanks again to Lance R. Yadao, Asset Recovery Officer of UnionBank for sending me this list.
The fine print
MISPRINTS ARE NOT MISREPRESENTATION OF ANY PROPERTY. ALL PROPERTIES FOR SALE ARE ON AN “AS IS WHERE IS” BASIS.
For more details
Please call UnionBank directly: Lance/Eriq/Ronald/Rap 637-1445, Doris 638-0125, Mark 638-0092, Gel 636-6359
Trunkline No. 667-6388 locals 8372, 8358, 8349, 8362, 8364 & 8374
I am nether connected nor accredited with UnionBank and I am just posting this listing as a public service to readers and subscribers of Foreclosure Investing Philippines.
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