I just got hold of this list of Asiatrust foreclosed properties for sale updated as of November 2010. Actually, this was forwarded to me by my wife, and I just got permission from Ms. Jane Asuncion of Asiatrust Bank to post the list here.
This list contains foreclosed properties that are for negotiated sale from Metro Manila, CALABARZON (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal), Central Luzon, Northern Luzon, and Mindanao.
According to an ad that was recently published in the Manila Bulletin, Asiatrust Bank foreclosed properties can be purchased with only 20% downpayment, at 12% interest rate, and with up to 10 years to pay. The same should apply to this list as most of the properties in that ad are also on the list of foreclosed properties below.
Pictures and vicinity maps for some properties on the list can be seen below (click to enlarge)
If you are interested in any of the foreclosed properties on this list from Asiatrust Bank and want more details, please DIRECTLY* contact:
924.5655 / 0927.9059774
924.5655 / 0928.5549640
924.5769 / 0908.8831483
924.5659 / 0923.4345577
924.5730 / 0905.6343480
924.5730 / 0917.5542109
*Disclosure: I am neither connected nor accredited with Asiatrust Bank
The fine print
Prices subject to change without prior notice. As-is-where-is.
Confirm prices and availability. The bank has the right to disapprove proposals
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