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Jay is the founder of where he shares real estate investing tips and foreclosed property listings. He was an I.T. Manager that loved to make things work, which is exactly what he did when he crossed-over to Real Estate Investing and Internet Marketing. He is also a licensed real estate broker with PRC License # 3194 ... [Continue reading]

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  • Riah Patricio


    Can you help me to find property (House and lot) in Malolos Bulacan which price is less than 1M and ca navail thru Pag-Ibig financing.

    Thanks for your help.


  • Jun Penaranda

    thanks a lot Foreclosure Philippines.

  • Marcelino Jr.

    Please help me to locate any forclosed property in San Marcos Calumpit ,Bulacan.forclosed by the formewr Premiere Development Bank now Security savings Bank.
    Thnks and MOre Power

  • Cez

    Hi Jay,
    Thanks for this very useful blog. Im interested to know the latest about Banco Filipino assets . I was about to acquire before but they say it was already dacion en pago.
    Would appreciate your help. You can email me directly

    • Jay Castillo

      Hi Cez, As far as I know, the PDIC has taken over Banco Filipino’s foreclosed properties. If you know the previous owner and the TCT number, I can help you look for that particular property at the PDIC. I got myself accredited with them as a real estate broker.

  • Edwina G. Sun

    I have a buyer willing to buy banks. Please get in touch right away.

    • Jay Castillo

      Hi Ms. Edwina. I will send you an email shortly. Thanks!

  • Beth Fiekert

    Hi Jay,

    I  appreciate so much your posting. It is a great help for us to look properties which could be interesting for us in the future. In case whatever could I contact you for advice ?  I wish you a lot of success and more power. Thanks !

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  • Jay Castillo

    Update: The list now has 38 banks.

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  • kabson

    Everything is way overpriced. One must be a fool to pay the prices posted by the banks on their websites. You can way better by going to a place and just asking around for a day or two.

    • jeff

      As far as BDO is concerned, they allow you to make an offer if you pay in cash. its just a matter of leverage, i guess, to be able to get to do that.
      I think they can give it to you at a much lower price if you do it that way. R. Kiyosaki got a 60,000 dollar property for only 50,000 in cashiers check attached to his offer. I dont see why we cant do it here.

    • Jay Castillo

      Obviously, not all of the foreclosed properties out there are bargains, it may also be true that a lot of them are overpriced, but I would never conclude that ALL of them are overpriced. It’s just a matter of finding them. This is not for everyone though as this can take some time to do and some sweat equity.

  • jeffrey

    Maraming salamat Jay!
    Your list of banks with foreclosed assets is really helpful. I just need some information on what is the first step in buying these properties. Can you fill me in?
    Thank you talaga!


  • Dave Dabuco

    thank you so much for this jay. more power!

    • Jay Castillo

      You’re welcome Dave! Cheers!

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  • myke

    what will I do to verify tct of a foreclosed property when it is not in the LRA? the bank said it is in the process of transferring the tct to the bank”s name. how can i check the tct? many thanks and more power to you!

    • Jay Castillo

      Hi Myke, there should be a copy at the TCT at the Registry Of Deeds of the city/municipality where the property is located at any given time, even if the transfer is in progress.

      • myke

        Tnx. God bless…

  • Jay Castillo

    Updates done on June 24, 2011:

    1. Updated link to PDIC’s assets for disposal
    2. Added Equicom Savings Bank
    3. Added Sterling Bank of Asia

    • Jay Castillo

      I also removed Banco Filipino and Maybank as BF’s website is now offline and I can no longer find a link to Maybank’s acquired assets. I also removed a duplicate link and now there are only 36 banks on the list.

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  • Vic

    Thanks Jay for compiling the list. This post is very useful for us who wants to find foreclosure properties in the Philippines. There will be no other Philippine blog that can provide great information about foreclosure but you.

    • Jay Castillo

      Hi Vic!

      I’m glad to see you here bro, sorry for the late reply! Thanks for the compliment! But when it comes to business, you’re the man! I see you have another business site in addition to, dami mo nang site!

      I really appreciate your blogpost on how to register with the BIR ( I need to register myself with the BIR as a broker and your post is just what I was looking for. Thanks!

  • angel

    Hi! Would you happen to have a list of the asset management heads of each bank? Please do advise soon. Thanks!

    • Jay Castillo

      Hi Angel,

      I have a mixed bag of officers and asset management heads. Do you still need it?

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  • heherson

    Hi Jay!
    Thank you very much for this websites and list of banks.
    Very useful!

    • Jay Castillo

      You’re welcome Heherson and thanks for the compliment!

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  • Gaia

    Wow! Just what i was looking for. This site is very helpful! I can’t keep up with all the information you’re posting. I’m new here, trying to learn as much as i can to be “financially literate” and to know how to invest in real estate. anyway, do you have a list of terms that noobs like me should know, or a checklist of “to-dos” and “not-to-dos”? Also, hope i can learn from your experiences with foreclosed properties, if you’ve posted any. Sorry for the requests. But would really appreciate it if you can point me to a source/article. Thank you so much!

    • Jay Castillo

      Hi Gaia,

      Thanks for the kind words. I know what you mean and I am working on that kind of checklist and I hope to finish it soon…

  • anne

    do you a list of closed banks or banks terminated by PDIC? Please help. I really need it badly.

    • Jay Castillo

      Hi Anne, please visit PDIC’s site. They will take-over the acquired assets and foreclosed properties of closed banks. The link to PDIC’s website is as follows:

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  • cocoyman

    Sir Jay,

    Good Day!

    I just wanna ask if meron po ba kaung alam na foreclosed properties / for sale na House & Lot in Pililla (or nearest).?

    Many Thanks po.!

  • ann

    HI sir Jay more power to you…thanks a lot for posting I really needed this site for a property hunting.thank you very much.Sir jay tanong ko lang po kasi in front of our apartment po sa caloocan may vacant lot po,sabi po ng mga tao doon na forclosed po ng bank,may nakapagsabi po na forclosed by pbcom pero di ko po makita s list ng pbcom yong property na possibility po ba na hindi nilagay ng pbcom yon sa list nila online?GOD bless you more po.Salamat po pala s pag reply nyo ng tanong ko po last time.

    • Jay Castillo

      Hi Ann, thank you and sorry for the super late reply. Possible na hindi pa nag lapse ang 1-year redemption period kaya hindi pa nila pwede ibenta.

      To track down the property details, just note down the exact address, go to the tax mapping section of the city/municipality’s assessor’s office, and ask them to give you the tax declaration number for that property. After that, you can check the tax declaration for the TCT number. Then you can check the TCT which bank the property was mortgaged to, which is most probably the one who foreclosed it.

      I hope this helps.

  • Bryan Uy

    Hi Jay,

    Just want to share that President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo signed a new law recently by which individuals with non-titled lands may already apply for a title if they have inhabited the land for at least 10 years (previously 30 years).

    Hope this helps!
    .-= Bryan Uy´s last blog ..Good News for Land Owners Without Land Titles! GMA Inks Land Titling Law! =-.

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  • ItchyRich

    Hi Sir Jay,

    This is another very informative/useful post.
    In case you will buy a property on an installment/loaning payment.
    Can you kindly explain what the Amortization Factor is?
    I’ve googled it but I can’t find a clear explanation for it.
    Thank you very much.

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  • JOSE

    Hi, I am a first timer here and I found out that acquired properties are not that great as far as the price is concern. Vechicles are too expensive also. You can find cars at the dealer better than the bank repos. This my own opinion based on what I seen so far. Thanks for posting.

    • Jay Castillo

      Hello Jose,

      Yes, not all acquired properties are priced below market value. Out of a hundred, you might find only one worth buying. The numbers don’t look promising unless you look at and analyze 100 properties regularly, lets say 100 every week or 100 every month(25 per week). I don’t mean you have to visit all 100 properties, you just have to shortlist foreclosed property listings and then analyze the numbers for the remaining 100 properties that you have shortlisted and see if they are below market value and can also produce a good positive cashflow. If you only analyze a handful or even a dozen of properties and then give up looking at more, it would be very difficult for you to find those great deals. The same goes for repossessed cars.

      I think this is the main reason why only about 3% of people who initially venture into real estate investing actually buy their first properties. Persistence is key! Thanks for visiting!

  • http://gsislistingsofforeclosedproperties Analiza N. Tesoro


    There are no listings of GSIS foreclosed properties. I search for the listings for almost an hour but I can’t find any. I am very much interested to see/read the list because I did not write the location of foreclosed porperties when I attended the housing fair 2009 at Megatrade hall for according the personnel just visit their website. Thank you if you can send me the list.

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  • jason

    great research – i didn’t know the Philippine banks were having some of the same issues as the US banks

  • Ming_Le

    Thank you for sharing all of this with us.

    Here’s a link for ChinaTrust’s properties.

    • Jay Castillo

      Hi Ming, thank you also for sharing! I’ll update the list asap to include ChinaTrust’s link.

  • Jay Castillo

    Hello Wilson, thanks for the link! Their website is not listed in the directory of banks at BSP’s website, good thing you shared it here, thanks again! I have just added them to the list. For March 12, I really hope I can come but I’m not sure because it’s on a Thursday. By the way, I won’t be bidding on March 12.

  • Wilson

    Hello Jay,

    Here is another link to a bank asset

    How can I hook up with guys like you who does foreclosed assets? Can I join you also in the coming auction on Mar. 12? It will be swell to observe you guys and hopefully learn how to do the oculars and biddings.

  • Jay Castillo

    @Ron, Thanks! I really hope this will make it easier for people to start investing in real estate. Yup, I am building another site but I haven’t been able to start yet. Will let you know when its ready. Thanks for visiting!

  • Jay Castillo

    @Betty, nice to see you again here, I think you’ll be happy to know that the next post I’ll publish is from my wife, which means it’s all about creditable withholding tax. Dami kasing details that needed to be included.

  • Jay Castillo

    @ice_hot, thanks! I salute you by the way, early on you already have your mindset on earning. I wish I was like you when I was a student. Anyway, baka magulat na lang ako when I find out na out of the rat-race ka na before you graduate. =)

  • Ron Centeno

    BTW. Are you building another site. I went by it and it had no posts yet. Anyway update me!

  • Ron Centeno

    A lot of info here Jay! You’re making foreclosure research easier for everyone!

  • betty

    wow, as in im amazed…galing talaga nyo.

    God bless you always.

  • ice_hot

    wow! this is amazing. i find the info here to be very useful!!! thanks!

    the earning student

    • Joel

      Good work on the list. This will help a lot of Filipinos looking for properties to own or to invest in.

      I would recommend everyone to bookmark this page for future reference. No wonder you have a lot of visitors daily. Keep it up!