CityState Savings Bank foreclosed properties for sale as of September 2011

Here is a listing of foreclosed properties from CityState Savings Bank which is updated as of September 30, 2011.

Yes, it may seem outdated but this was the latest list available.  Interested parties are therefore advised to check availability prior to visiting any of the foreclosed properties on the list.

What I like about this listing from CityState Savings Bank is they already included the vicinity map/location map/lot plan for most of the properties on the list. I wish all listings were like this.

Anyway, these foreclosed properties from City State Savings Bank are for sale on an “AS-IS, WHERE-IS BASIS“ (as usual) payable in cash or through financing.

Properties included are from Cavite, Bulacan, Las Pinas, Tagaytay, Pasig, Cainta, Bataan, Muntinlupa, Antipolo, Laguna, and Makati.

Download the listing of CityState Savings Bank foreclosed properties

Just click on the following links to download either an MS Word (.DOC) version or a PDF version.

How to get more info

For more details, please call the Acquired Assets Management and Disposal Department of the Citystate Savings Bank thru trunkline No. 470-3333 loc. 217 and 219 with direct line No.746-4036. Look for Mr. Rodel Manantan . PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.

Happy hunting!


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Jay Castillo

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