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Allied Bank properties for sale (ROPOA) as of June 30, 2010

As promised in my previous post, I shall be sharing copies of listings of foreclosed properties/acquired assets that I was able to get during the 4th Philippine Real Estate Festival. For this installment, I’ll be sharing the ROPOA properties for sale from Allied Bank which I got from their booth during the Real Estate Festival. By the way, ROPOA stands for Real and Other Properties Owned or Acquired.

This listing from Allied Bank contains more than 300 properties for sale located nationwide and even includes a couple of properties located in Guam.

Click here to download a copy of Allied Bank ROPOA properties for sale as of June 30, 2010 –  (Note: If your browser does not open the PDF file in a new window, just right-click the link above then click “Save as…” to download this PDF file. To open PDF files, you need to have a free PDF reader like Foxit PDF Reader, or Adobe Reader version 9.0 or higher installed on your computer.)

Yes, I know that this list might be outdated as it is as of June 30, 2010, but this was what I got during the real estate festival. Anyway, according to the list, an updated list can also be accessed online at their website, which was what I did, and I was also able to download a list in excel format. Click here to download a copy(excel format).

Reminders – Please read!

For inquiries specific to any of the properties on the list, interested parties may inquire DIRECTLY at:


Allied Banking Corporation
11th floor, Allied Bank Center
6754 Ayala Avenue, Makati City

Trunk-lines: 816-3311 to 50; 818-7961 to 69

locals: 3651; 3217; 3620; 867-1158(telefax)

Look for: Erick, Mylene, Ninie or Tats

You can also access their listing at http://www.alliedbank.com.ph

Click Products & Services and select Properties for Sale

Please keep in mind that I am just posting this listing as a public service to readers and subscribers of ForeclosurePhilippines.com, especially for those who were not able to attend the Philippine Real Estate Festival 2010. which I got from the Philippine Real Estate Festival 2010. See you at next year’s Philippine Real Estate Festival 2011!

For other questions, please post them through a comment below so that others with the same questions may also benefit from the answers. Thank you!

Happy hunting!

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Jay Castillo

Real Estate Investor

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2 thoughts on “Allied Bank properties for sale (ROPOA) as of June 30, 2010”

  1. Thanks a lot. How generous of you to share this kind of information you got from the festival. ROPOA are best buys for their lower prices. I use to look for properties listed in the website of the PAG-IBIG fund.

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