Acquired assets of The Development Bank of the Philippines or DBP are for sale through sealed bidding on June 13, 2011, Monday, at 1:30pm, at the Tanghalang Julian Felipe, Penthouse, DBP Head Office, Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue cor. Makati Avenue, Makati City.
Yes, the deadline for the submission of sealed bids for these DBP foreclosed properties is today. This one fell through the cracks, so to speak. I apologize for not posting this earlier.
Anyway, these foreclosed properties are for sale on cash basis, so there is a big possibility that there will be properties left unsold. Just contact DBP directly throught the contact details on the list below, which covers Albay, Bulacan, Eastern Samar, Isabela, La Union, Leyte, Misamis Oriental, Negros Occidental, Northern Samar, Pangasinaan,
DBP Foreclosed properties for sale through sealed bidding
Just click on the image thumbnail below to open/download the list of DBP foreclosed properties for sale through sealed bidding on June 13, 2011.
This list was also printed in the Philippine Star last May 30, and May 31, 2011.
I tried to access DBP’s list of acquired assets on their website at http://www.dbp.ph/assets.php but as of today, it seems there is a problem when I try clicking on the list of properties available for sale.
Don’t forget to contact DBP directly through their contact details as indicated on the list of foreclosed properties above. These DBP foreclosed properties/acquired assets are for sale on an “AS IS WHERE IS BASIS” and also on “CASH BASIS”
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