I recently found this listing of AMA Bank repossessed cars for sale. What struck me was this list of of repossessed cars includes cars with a minimum bid price of Php50K, which is very cheap, considering that one of these is a 1996 Volvo 960 with automatic transmission. Of course, there must be an underlying reason why these foreclosed cars are so cheap, and the most obvious in this case is that they are more than 10 years old.
A similar 1996 Volvo 960. Image Source
If you are interested in buying any of these second hand cars, you better do your due diligence and verify their physical and legal condition. In relation to this, my friend Tyrone of Millionaire Acts recently came out with a very interesting article about repossessed cars and his article includes pointers on buying repossessed cars from banks, which should come in handy. Checkout Tyrone’s article here.
AMA bank repossessed cars
The complete list of AMA bank repossessed cars for sale through sealed bidding, along with the location of their warehouse for inspections, can be seen below.
As indicated above, please contact AMA bank directly using the included contact details for more information.
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