More than a hundred foreclosed properties are set to be sold through public auction in the upcoming Mega Property Auction of RCBC and RCBC Savings Bank. This auction of foreclosed condos, house and lots, townhouses, and other types of real estate will happen on February 27, 2010, Saturday, 9:00AM, at the Podium 4 Lobby, RCBC Plaza, Ayala Avenue corner Buendia Avenue, Makati City, Philippines.
Up for grabs are foreclosed properties from Metro Manila, North and South Luzon. The properties can be purchased for as little as 10% downpayment, with the balance payable up to 10 years, and at fixed interest rates. To attend this foreclosed properties auction, only Php25,000 show money is required per property in the form of cash or manager’s check.
Location of foreclosed properties
RCBC Foreclosed Properties (Amazing Buys)
San Pablo City
San Jose Del Monte
RCBC Savings Bank Foreclosed Properties (Dream Buys Auction)
Trece Martires City
San Jose Del Monte
*Why do I list down a summary of all the locations? I do this so that this post is searchable using the locations as keywords in the Google Custom search function which can be found at the right sidebar. If you are searching for foreclosed properties in foreclosurephilippines.com, go ahead and try it out!
Source: Manila Bulletin, February 14, 2010 issue, page G5
For more details, please contact RCBC or RCBC Savings Bank directly using the contact information included in the listing of foreclosed properties above.
You may also visit their websites which can be found in The Ultimate List of Philippine bank websites although I have already checked and both websites of RCBC and RCBC Savings Bank are not updated and don’t contain this auction announcement.
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