This foreclosed properties listing from Equicom Savings Bank is updated as of end of August 2012 and includes properties from the Metro Manila, Rizal, Luzon, and Mindanao areas.
All foreclosed properties on the list are for negotiated sale and can be purchased through cash and installment.
For installment sale, the required downpayment is at least 20% of the selling price with the 80% balance payable in 5 years at 12% interest per annum.
Download the list of Equicom Savings Bank foreclosed properties
You may download the complete listing of Equicom Savings Bank foreclosed properties as of end of August 2012 below.
The “fine print”
- Sale is on an “AS IS WHERE IS” basis
- Prices are subject to change without prior notice
- Prices are negotiable subject to management approval
For more info
To get more details, interested buyers may send an e-mail to [email protected], or call/text the following numbers: 828-EQUI (3784) loc 221 / Mobile no. 0920-9496496.
You may also call 8560249 and look for Ronald Bartolome, Jong Ilumin, or Atty. Jess Matibag.
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By posting this listing here in ForeclosurePhilippines.com, I am acting as a referrer for these listings of foreclosed properties, so kindly acknowledge me as your referring real estate broker.
As your real estate broker, I will be more than glad to assist you and this WILL NOT COST YOU ANYTHING as broker fees/ commissions are for the account of the bank. Getting me as your broker may help you save time, money, and effort as it would be like getting me on your team.
To our success and financial freedom!
Text by Jay Castillo and Cherry Castillo. Copyright © 2011 All rights reserved.
Full disclosure: If you acknowledge me as your referring real estate broker, a consummated sale shall entitle me to a brokers fee/commission from the bank, as stated above.
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