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Buena Mano Greater Metro Manila Q2-2010 Green tag and Yellow tag properties

In my last post featuring Buena Mano properties, I only featured bank acquired assets for sale from the Makati Area that were classified as Green Tag properties. I was supposed to follow this up by doing the same with the rest of the areas in the Metro Manila area but never had the chance to do. I suppose most of you know by now that my teammates and I have been so busy with the apprentice challenge.

I foresee that we would still be very busy with the challenge so I’ll just post the entire Buena Mano Greater Metro Manila Area (GMMA) Green Tag and Yellow Tag listings of properties for Q2-2010 in this post. This contains both Prime(10M and above) and Super Value properties(below 10M) in the Metro Manila area.

Please click here or on the thumbnail below to download the complete listing. (Note: this is a 5MB file, downloading may take sometime to complete, depending on your connection speed)

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Remember, I am a duly accredited broker for this listing so If you are seriously interested in any of the properties on the list, just let me know so I can have one of my agents assist you. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below so that other people with the same question will also benefit from it. Thanks!

Happy hunting!

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Jay Castillo

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18 thoughts on “Buena Mano Greater Metro Manila Q2-2010 Green tag and Yellow tag properties”

  1. Dear Sir:
    I am thinking of moving from our 2nd floor condo because i am disabled and am having a hard time going up and down the stairs, so is my ailing mother. We wish to find a 100sqm-200sqm property in mandaluyong, preferably a bungalow house & lot. If there are no bungalow houses, a 2 storey house is alright provided that we will make a ramp instead of stairs going to the 2nd floor so i can use my wheelchair. We need the place to be spacious so as to accommodate my medical needs. Kindly get back to me as soon as you can. Thank you.

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  2. Hi Jay,

    I especially liked how affordable the lots in Puerto Princesa are but I need your expert advice.

    Do you think that piece of land would increase in value over the years? I need to know prior to purchasing.

    Thank you.

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  3. Hi, I’m interested in buying with one of the properties listed on BuenaMano particularly a vacant lot in Tagaytay. Pls assist me on how to start and what are the requirements. I wanted to have a property I can call my own and before I reach 60, I want to use said property.

    Thanks a lot and regards. I’m inspired with reading your articles and I find you an honest person.

    rona

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    • Hi Rona, thanks for the kind words!

      I suggest you first make sure the property meets all of your requirements. If yes, then I suppose you can go ahead and visit the property(my agent can assist you if needed) to confirm that it is really what you are looking for and there are no informal settlers or illegal occupants, etc. If the property really meets your requirements, you can then submit an offer. Just print the offer to purchase form on the catalogue(pages 43 and 44) and I will submit this for you. If your offer is equal to or higher than the bank’s asking price, you will have to submit the following within 7 banking days from date of notice from bank.

      1. Fully accomplished buyer information sheet or BIS. they will send this to you along with the notice that they received your offer.

      2. Copy of government ID’s of you the buyer and spouse if applicable

      Actually the requirements are also listed in page 44 of the catalogue.

      Just let me know if you have further questions. Thanks!

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    • Hi Charlie, the prices on the catalogue are just Indicative or the asking price of the BPI Family Savings Bank, all prices are negotiable but are subject to bank approval. However, if one is to make an offer lower than the asking price, the offer will not be included in the offers in the “First Come first served” queue and will be least priority for processing. It will only be processed if there are no other offers equal to or greater than the indicated asking price on the catalogue.

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      • Hi Jay,

        First of all, thank you for putting up this website. I have just newly discovered this and since I am based overseas, it makes it so much easier to get information on investment opportunites in our country. Now on my follow up to your reply to Charlie’s question. When you say negotiable price, how do this actually work? Do you negotiate after you have put in your offer? Or is your offer already taken as your preferred or ‘negotiated’ price?

        Thanks in advance.

        Shawn

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  4. Very nice post. I would have to agree what’s written on the image, “Where good buyers need not be expensive”. I liked this.

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  5. Jay,
    I am looking for a lot around 200 sq. mtr or more. near edsa. radius around 1km. From mandaluyong to kamias rd

    thanks,
    wilson

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  6. hi,

    do you have pictures of the 2 BR condo unit at Praise Condominium in Santillan Makati? Where exactly in Makati is it located? Does this include a parking slot?

    thanks for your reply,

    nilo

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    • Hi Nilo, I don’t have any updated pictures and it would be hard to take new pictures because the elevator is not working. Based on what i heard from people who visited and used the stairs, the unit needs lots of repairs. Santillan street is just across the Pasay road side of Waltermart. No parking slots included, the building has no parking area.

      Reply

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