Equicom Savings Bank Foreclosed Properties For Sale As Of May 2013

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It’s been a long while since we last featured an updated listing of Equicom Savings Bank foreclosed properties for sale, and I’m really glad they sent an updated list just after we launched our foreclosed properties database, perfect timing! More on this later.

Just like their previous listings, all foreclosed properties on Equicom’s list are for negotiated sale and can be purchased through cash or installment.

Location of foreclosed properties

This list includes 229 foreclosed properties that are mostly from the Luzon, Rizal, and Metro Manila areas, with a few from Davao.

Payment terms

  • Cash
  • Installment
    • 20% Minimum Downpayment
    • 80% Balance payable up to 5 years at 12% per annum

Access Equicom Savings Bank foreclosed properties

You may now access the complete listing of Equicom Savings Bank foreclosed properties for sale as of May 2013 by accessing our foreclosed properties database through the link below:

Source: Park Lyndon A. Deomano, Equicom Savings Bank, Asset Management Dept.

By the way, you will notice that these properties have no data with regard to their occupancy status (whether they are occupied by illegal occupants or not). They also have no pictures, lot plans, and vicinity maps at the moment. We will update the database accordingly once these become available.

Foreclosed Properties Database Updates

Speaking of our foreclosed properties database, if you visit it right now through http://www.foreclosurephilippines.com/database, you will notice it already includes 1,125 foreclosed properties, so feel free to search the entire database to find properties that fit your needs. Aside from Equicom Savings Bank, we also added more from other banks, and we shall post more info about these when time permits. Been super busy lately, sorry about that.

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The “fine print”

  • Sale is on an “AS IS WHERE IS” basis
  • Prices are subject to change without prior notice
  • Prices are negotiable subject to management approval

For more info

You may inquire directly through the inquiry form at the bottom of the property details of each property.

Happy hunting!

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To our success and financial freedom!

Jay Castillo

Real Estate Investor
PRC Real Estate Broker License No. 3194 
Blog: http://www.foreclosurephilippines.com
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  • BENEDICT A. BARROSO

    SIR/MADAM

    INTERESADO AKONG BUMILI NG MGA PROPERTIES AGRICULTURAL/RESIDENTIAL IN SAN PABLO CITY,,,PLEASE UPDATE ME..MANY THXS

  • http://maanantonio@yahoo.com maan

    hi, can we please ask for help, my sister currently lost her job abroad and she’s still paying her condo unit in Parkside Villas Newport, project of Megaworld, can you suggest any solution to this problem, she has paid almost 2M to this property and we hope not to be foreclosed, other said we should sell but how to we find buyer in such a short period of time,we really hope to get part of what she has paid rather than be foreclosed and lose everything, we would really appreciate any help that we could get, please help!

  • lea aquino

    the database is confusing. i just want to see equicom properties. when i click on the link, i’m brought to the database site :(

    • http://www.foreclosurephilippines.com Jay Castillo

      Hi Lea,

      I think you got confused with the links. There are 2 links above.

      If you click on the first link ->Equicom Savings Bank foreclosed properties as of May 2013, you will only see the 229 foreclosed properties from Equicom (you will even see “229 Results Found” on the upper left corner).

      If you click on the second link: http://www.foreclosurephilippines.com/database, you will see the database home page and you will see all 1125 properties in the database which includes properties from other banks, as stated above.

      Either way, I highly suggest you use the “Search Foreclosed Properties” widget on top of the right of the sidebar to search and only display foreclosed properties that fit your needs.