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Land Bank Of The Philippines Properties For Negotiated Sale as of March 31, 2009

The Land Bank Of The Philippines published this list of their bank owned properties in the May 3, 2009 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer. This listing contains bank owned properties available for negotiated sale as of March 31, 2009. Sorry for the late posting of this listing, I just received a copy of this recently. This listing includes Metro Manila and Provincial properties for sale.

The Metro Manila portion includes properties from Makati, Caloocan, Navotas, Manadulyong, Manila, Las Pinas, Pasig, Valenzuela, Muntinlupa, Quezon City, Paranaque, Antipolo, Laguna, Bulacan, San Mateo, and Cavite while the provincial portion includes properties from Bicol, Butuan, Bacolod, Baguio, Batangas, Cagayan De Oro, Davao, Davao Del Sur, Iligan City, Iloilo, Lanao Del Norte, Negros Occidental, Occidental Mindoro, Surigao Del Sur, and Tarlac.

Please take note that there are a number of properties on the list that have lis pendens, illegal occupants, no right of way, and pending court cases. I personally would avoid such properties and I would advice all of you to do the same.

Click here to download the Land Bank of the Philippines Properties For Negotiated Sale as of March 31, 2009.

For more details, please call the designated contact person(s) as indicated in the print ad.
Happy hunting!

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Jay Castillo
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6 thoughts on “Land Bank Of The Philippines Properties For Negotiated Sale as of March 31, 2009”

  1. Brokers who act like leeches sipping and sucking the blood of house buyers are ought to be lined up for firing squad. They are the main black dots that destroys the livelihood of each family wanting to buy a descent house. All they do is capitalize on their saliva and make a huge killing by overpricing the houses for sale.

  2. i would like to ask about this title no. if dumaan na ba sa inyo for public auction title nos. T-57-999, T-57-300, T-57-301, T-57-302, T-57-303, T-57-304, T-57-305, T-57-306 AND T-57-307 located at purok caimito, sanito, ipil, zamboanga sibugay province. kasi ni kahit minsan lahat ng mga tao dito alam na wala talagang naganap na public auction at biglang may nagpakilalang siya na ang bagong may ari na si gloria j. allazas. ganito ba ang patakaran para bang sinasubarine at ginagawang tanga ang mga taong mismong nakatira dito sa ipil. samantalang itong bagong nagpakilala na siya ang may ari ay hindi naman taga rito at biglang sumulpot.

  3. Hi im edwin im 19 y/o, a bs biology students. i am very interested doing business, can you teach me how regarding buy and sell of real estate.tnx a lot

  4. Can you explain further what does negotiated sale means? terms/definitions/technicalities and restrictions? im still learning this field and your site really helped me a lot.

  5. Hi Anonymous, to be licensed broker, you need to attend a DTI accredited Comprehensive Real Estate Seminar and Review (CRESAR). You also need to be a college graduate with at least 144 units or only 72 units, provided you’re a licensed salesman for at least four (4) years. Thanks for visiting!


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