The Philippine National Bank Special Assets Management Sector (PNB-SAMS) invites everyone to a public sealed bidding of Prime Properties on March 5, 2010, Friday, at the 9th floor of the PNB Financial Center, President Diosdado Macapagal Blvd., Pasay City Philippines. The bidding will start promptly at 9:00AM.
A total of 13 bank owned properties with a combined total minimum bid price of more than Php600M are up for sale during the sealed bidding. Prime properties are properties with a minimum bid price of Php10M and higher.
Item 1 on the list can be seen below. Just click on the image to enlarge.
Click here to view the complete list of PNB Prime Properties or on the image below.
They also invite interested parties to attend the Pre-Bidding Conference on March 2, 2010, Tuesday, 2:00PM at the PNB-SAMS Head Office.
For more details, please call the Special Assets Management Sector Head Office directly through the following:
SAMS CUSTOMER SERVICE
- Hotline:(02) 573-4115
- Email: email@example.com
- Trunkline: (02) 526-3131 and (02) 891-6040 to 70, local 4115, 4539, or 4713
Obviously, this listing is not for everyone as this caters more to big companies and developers. If you are looking for more affordable PNB foreclosed properties for sale, these will be up next. Subscribe NOW and get notified through e-mail once the foreclosed property listing becomes available.
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