BPI Buena Mano Auction Bonanza: Foreclosed Properties Up To 40% Off!

Last Updated on January 23, 2013 by Jay Castillo | Filed under: - 3 Comments

BPI’s Buena Mano Auction Bonanza, a public auction of bank foreclosed properties, shall be held on Thursday, March 12, 2009, at 10:00am. Venue shall be Max’s Restaurant, Glorietta 2 (fronting Park Square 1), Ayala Center, Makati City.

In this public auction, they are selling foreclosed properties at very affordable prices, with easy payment terms and at low interest rates. According to the ad, properties are being sold with minimum bid prices at up to 40% off from current market values. Not bad! Another great opportunity for real estate investors to acquire new real estate investment properties.

Please do take note that properties not sold during the auction will be made available to other buyers at auction price from March 13 to April 13, 2009 on a first come first served basis.

Actually my only concern right now is that during public auctions, bids get pretty high as bidders try to outbid each other just like in the past public auctions held by Unionbank and UCPB, which I attended. Makes me think, do I just wait until after the auction so that I can just submit offers at minimum bid price?

By the way, this public auction of foreclosures is being managed by Century Properties Management, Inc. and I wonder if they will also accept pre-auction or knock-out bids. What are you waiting for? Better call them now to to find out, just in case you are interested in any of the properties in this foreclosure listing.

Download BPI’s listing of foreclosed properties for sale through their Auction Bonanza here!

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