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More than 14,000 foreclosed properties from 10 Banks listed for negotiated sale as of January 2018

Last Updated on by Jay Castillo | Filed under: - 3 Comments

This is a compilation of 22 listings from 10 banks with a total of 14,480 foreclosed properties and repossessed cars for negotiated sale, which I compiled for the month of January 2018. Details below.


Sorry, I haven’t had the time to individually upload these listings in my foreclosed real estate database. It was my turn to get sick, and this happened with a lot of things already scheduled, and many deadlines to take care of. I’ll just continue the database uploading next month, and I hope I can find someone to handle this by then.

Anyway, I’ll just share all the listings I haven’t shared yet in this blogpost, all of which are in “old school” PDF format.

By the way, all the foreclosed properties in the listings below are for negotiated sale.

Contact details are included within ALL the listings of foreclosed properties below.

Download the listings of foreclosed properties/ repossessed cars

Simply click on any listing below to download it in PDF format.

Note: You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view PDF files, which is free to download at Adobe.com

Asia United Bank

Source: Hazel Balaquiot of ROPA-Remedial Department, Asia United Bank

Bank of Commerce

Source: Bank of Commerce website

BDO

Source: Mila J. Dioneda of BDO-Asset Management Group

Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)

Source: BSP Website

Cavite United Rural Bank

Source: Hazel Balaquiot of ROPA-Remedial Department, Asia United Bank

Eastwest Bank

Source: Eastwest Bank website

Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank)

Source: PSBank website

RCBC Savings Bank

Source: Jhen Placeros of Asset Sales Department | Channels Management, RCBC Savings Bank

Rural Bank of Angeles

Source: Hazel Balaquiot of ROPA-Remedial Department, Asia United Bank

UCPB Savings Bank

Source: Ronald Allan M. Panganiban of Special Assets Management Unit-Credit Administration Division, UCPB Savings Bank, Inc.

Download all the listings

If you want to download all the listings in one go, you can do so through the zip file below. You need to unzip the file below to access the individual PDF files inside (you still need Adobe Reader to open PDF files).


REMINDERS (Please read!!!)

  • Foreclosed property listings often include properties that are occupied. We do not recommend that you buy occupied properties, even if they are cheap.
  • We cannot entertain requests for assistance with finding foreclosed properties in any particular location, since we no longer broker foreclosed properties.
  • Since we don’t broker foreclosed properties (as stated above), we obviously cannot entertain requests for foreclosed property details. We highly suggest that you contact the banks/sellers/government lending institutions directly for your requirements, or get the services of their accredited and licensed real estate brokers who may assist you.
  • Let me reiterate: PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT US/LEAVE A COMMENT TO REQUEST FOR PROPERTY SPECIFIC DETAILS. As stated above, the correct way to get details is to CONTACT THE SELLING BANK/INSTITUTION DIRECTLY TO INQUIRE (REFER TO THE LISTING FOR CONTACT DETAILS). Thank you for understanding!


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