Looking for Calabarzon foreclosed properties for sale?

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My friend Edge of haybol.ph recently posted a huge listing of foreclosed properties for sale from an undisclosed bank, which includes properties from the Calabarzon area. I believe Calabarzon stands for Calamba, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon province. Anyway, I asked Edge if he wanted me to repost the list, and he said yes. Thanks a lot Edge! Please see below the listing of Calabarzon foreclosed properties for sale.

700+ Bank Acquired Assets For Sale As of Jan 15, 2011 – Calabarzon Area

Just finished uploading 700+ bank acquired assets in the Calabarzon area. This particular bank has requested us not to share their name in our listings and has preferred to use a “private” email instead. You will however get a response from a bank representative upon sending an inquiry.

The following links should help you go over the newly added listings more effectively. Just leave a comment if you have any questions or concerns. Thanks.


Batangas

(This is just an excerpt…)

To read the rest of the listing of Calabarzon foreclosed properties for sale, head on over to haybol.ph through the following link: http://blog.haybol.ph/2011/02/700-bank-acquired-assets-for-sale-as-of.html

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  • http://blog.haybol.ph Edge

    Hey Jay,

    Thanks for the repost! We’re uploading more & more listings in the coming weeks. The time we’ve spent on automating this bulk loading process seems to be paying off. But of course we’re still doing some tweaks in the process.

    Hi everest,

    Thanks you so much for the feedback. Rest assured that we’re working on ways to make the search process more intuitive and user-friendly as we continue on working with haybol.ph. If you have any specific suggestions in mind that you want to discuss, I would definitely want to hear more about it. :)

  • http://na everest

    hi jay,

    saw the link to haybol dot.com are here are some observations:
    1. the website is not user friendly. imagine if you want to look at the entire 700 listing, then you would have taken whole day. by the way, when you click at the property marks, they do not necessarily respond with the list of the property. you will have to refresh the page in the hopes of getting the property details to show. i like the idea, it’s novel; a map and the list, but it just is so inconvenient. i like your website better. much more user friendly.

    2. saw some of the properties like the one that is also listed in another foreclosure website, and i will tell you now that they are waaaaay to padded. one property for instance goes for 500k at another website and in that website its at 950k. i know they are only quoting from the bank, but i think they better choose a bank that’s not that greedy. the problem with philippine real estate is that people tend to take advantage of other people’s ignorance by buying something for a song and selling it at an exorbitant rate. that to me is greed.

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