See You At The 211th UnionBank Foreclosed Properties Auction On December 21, 2013

Updated on November 29, 2013 by 3 Comments

Barely a week after their 209th auction, I am here to announce the 211th Special Public Auction of UnionBank foreclosed properties which will be held on December 21, 2013. It’s safe to say this will be their last auction for the year so I hope to see you there.

Just like previous auctions of UnionBank, the first auction includes Unionbank foreclosed properties located in Luzon and Metro Manila, and this starts promptly at 9:00 a.m.

The second auction will be for the Brand New AMALFI units which will immediately follow the first one.

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UnionBank. Photo by Jay Castillo of

Both auctions will be held at the Function Room No. 1, 28th Floor of UnionBank Plaza, Meralco Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig City.

See you at the auction!

This time around, we will be attending the auction so we look forward to meeting you there. Kindly advice us as soon as possible if you are attending the auction so we can assist you.

To view the complete listing, auction terms and conditions, contact details, and how you can get us as your real estate brokers, please click on the following link:


Happy hunting!


To our success and financial freedom!

Jay Castillo

Real Estate Investor
PRC Real Estate Broker License No. 3194 
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  • Jay Castillo

    Hi Sam, if you want to attend as an observer, you can tag along with me so you don’t need to bring any show money and no need to register. This of course is subject to seat availability so please let me know in advance if you are coming so I can advice the concerned bank officers. Thanks.

    • WALTER teves


      • Jay Castillo

        Hi Walter, to put it simply, “Freehold” simply means you have perpetual ownership of a property, as opposed to “Leasehold” where ownership goes back to the original owner when the lease expires.