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182 Asia United Bank Foreclosed Properties available in January 2020 listings (includes subsidiaries)

A total of 182 foreclosed properties are available for sale from Asia United Bank (AUB) and subsidiaries Cavite United Rural Bank (CURB), and Rural Bank of Angeles (RBA) this January 2020. Details below.

Listing details

The foreclosed properties from AUB and their subsidiaries are for negotiated sale, no need to go through a public auction. This means that interested parties only need to submit their offers.

All offers are are subject to the evaluation/approval of the management.

Payment terms

Here are “AUB’s Acceptable Payment Terms”:

  • Cash – one time payment upon approval of offer;
  • In-house financing – minimum of 20% down payment upon approval of offer; 80% balance in 5 years at 12% interest per annum

Does AUB allow real estate brokers to sell their foreclosed properties?

Brokers are welcome to sell any of these properties from AUB. For their subsidiary companies, please contact the numbers provided in the listings which you can also find below.

View list with all AUB/CURB/RBA foreclosed properties

Click to view all foreclosed properties from AUB and subsidiaries in searchable database

You may also view or download each individual listing per bank below.

Updated for January 2020

Seller BankAcquired Asset TypeLocations# of properties / cars
Asia United Bank (AUB)Foreclosed properties

Note: Includes foreclosed properties within redemption period.

or

GMA
•Caloocan
•Las Pinas
•Quezon CIty
•Taguig
•Valenzuela
•Makati

Rizal
•Antipolo
•Baras
•Rodriguez (Montalban)
•San Mateo
•Taytay
•Cainta

North Luzon
•San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan
•Magsingal, Ilocos Sur
•Mexico, Pampanga
•Bacolor, Pampanga

South Luzon
•Batangas
•Cavite
•Laguna

Visayas
•Iloilo

Mindanao
•Davao
•General Santos City
89
Cavite United Rural Bank (CURB)Foreclosed properties

Note: Includes Dacion En Pago accounts

or

•Alfonso
•Dasmarinas
•General Mariano Alvarez
•General Trias
•Imus
•Indang
•Kawit
•Naic
•Antipolo City
•Tagaytay
•Tanza
•Ternate
•Trece Martirez
•Bulacan
79
Rural Bank of Angeles (RBA)Foreclosed properties

or



Pampanga
•Angeles City
•Apalit
•Magalang
•Arayat
•San Fernando
•Lubao
15
Note: This supersedes all previous listings from AUB and its subsidiaries that are posted in ForeclosurePhilippines.comTotal for January 2020182

Search all foreclosed properties

The list of foreclosed properties from AUB and its affiliates have been added to our foreclosed properties database. To easily search from over 20,000 foreclosed properties from ALL banks/lending institutions, use the search tool below:

Step-by-step instructions:

  1. Search by typing keywords (ex. Your preferred subdivision, village, condo, etc) and/or location(s) and click “Search”
  2. Use “Advanced Search” to choose preferred price range, lot/floor areas (if data is available), and also to exclude those classified as occupied.

Browse all locations with foreclosed properties by Province/City

You can also browse all locations within the Philippines with foreclosed properties available from ALL banks/lending institutions, grouped by Province/City, on this page:

Click to browse all foreclosed property locations

Note: The “Classifieds Database” is a work in progress. If you have comments/suggestions, please do let me know by leaving a comment below.

Contact details

For inquiries regarding payment terms, offer forms and or other queries, regarding any of the properties from AUB and subsidiaries, please contact the person-in-charge DIRECTLY through the contact info below:

AUB’s ROPA Assets:

  • (02) 8631-3333 loc 847 (Hazel)
  • 0998-845-1405 (Smart)
  • 0917-841-3585 (Globe)

Cavite United Rural Bank c/o Jonathan Ostan/Gee Rancec

  • 046-571-2331
  • 0933-890-1442
  • 0917-805-7475

Rural Bank of Angeles c/o Bok Sicat

  • 045-625-9097
  • 0923-724-6798

DISCLAIMER : All properties are offered on “As is Where is” basis. Titles of properties are either under Seller’s name or under various stages of consolidation going to Seller’s name. Some properties have pending legal issues. Interested parties are therefore advised to check the title, the physical and legal condition of the property. Vicinity maps, lot and floor areas are approximates only. Property details (including the lot plans and picture), prices, terms are subject to change without prior notice. The Seller reserves the right to pull-out the property any time. Changes in prices are subject to sole discretion of the Seller. Any misprint shall not alter the property’s factual condition nor shall they be deemed misrepresentation of the property.

Source: Ms. Hazel Balaquiot, AUB ROPA-Remedial Department

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14 thoughts on “182 Asia United Bank Foreclosed Properties available in January 2020 listings (includes subsidiaries)”

  1. Hi Sir Jay, Im from mindanao po.i want to invest in real estate properties specifically davao city or isulan sultan kudarat.saan po ba maraming listings ng foreclosed properties sa mindanao area?

    At OFW po ako, ano po ang unang step to become a real estate broker since im very much interested po on your webinar and im planning na po umuwi for good sa pinas.

    Salamat po

    Reply
    • If you will notice, there are no repossessed cars in the July 2017 update, hence there’s no list that contain their phone numbers. I think Von Amora also handles repossessed cars, and you can see his contact details above.

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  2. Sir jay I am a newbie in real estate industry.I have the same problem/concern, most of the foreclosed properties I see posted both by banks and even gov’t agencies has the same or even higher per square meter rate compared to most developers in the area. Do you have any suggestions on where to look for those deals/properties that have a higher probability rate for profit?Would be grateful for your input.

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  3. Sir jay I am a newbie in real estate industry.I have the same problem/concern, most of the foreclosed properties I see posted both by banks and even gov’t agencies has the same or even higher per square meter rate compared to most developers in the area. Do you have any suggestions on where to look for those deals/properties that have a higher probability rate for profit?Would be grateful for your input.

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  4. Foreclosed properties are such a joke. They’re not even priced at that much of a discount. I almost signed up for one, quickly checked an online classified’s site, and found another seller in the same building selling a better unit which was 20% cheaper than the bank’s “foreclosed” unit… what a joke.

    Reply
    • Good for you Buster, what you did is what every smart buyer should do. Sad to say, a lot of people have this wrong perception that foreclosed properties are always cheaper, which is obviously not true.

      Buyers should always check and compare what are available out there before buying, and it applies to all properties, whether its brand-new, foreclosed, resale, preselling, or whatever, you need to do your homework and check if you really are getting the best price by looking at other options, and then you decide. Otherwise you might end up buying a joke.

      Reply

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