Updated on September 13, 2021: A total of 4,484 Pag-IBIG foreclosed properties are scheduled for sale this September 2021. Details below.
4th update details: Pag-IBIG added the following schedules/listings:
- NCR BRANCH – SPB 195 (1st Auction on September 20-24, 2021 – No discount)/ Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal and Metro Manila (300 “UNOCCUPIED” properties)
- NCR BRANCH – Batch 15087 under negotiated sale on September 20-24, 2021/ Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal and Metro Manila (500 properties)
- CEBU Housing Hub – 75th (SEP 27 – OCT 01, 2021) and 76th (OCT 04-08, 2021) public auctions with 35 properties each in CEBU PROVINCE.
- La Union Branch – Batches 28023 and 28025 for negotiated sale on September 15-21, 2021 (292 properties in Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Abra, La Union, Benguet, and Eastern Pangasinan)
- Zamboanga Branch – Batch 76038 for negotiated sale on SEP 20-25, 2021 (77 properties in Basilan, Sindangan, Zamboanga Del Norte, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi, Zamboanga City)
I have added the NCR updates above to my Foreclosed Real Estate Database. All updates were added the compilation of schedules/ listings below. ~Jay Castillo
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For easy searching/filtering, you may view the list of Pag-ibig acquired assets/foreclosed properties inside our database.
This is way faster than going through a bunch of PDF files. 🙂
The source of this compilation of listings is Pag-IBIG’s official website as retrieved on September 6, 2021.
Note: A few listings that have blurred text were not uploaded to the database. To know which listings are inside the database, please refer to the tables below (those with green buttons). For the rest, the listings are in PDF format (those in red buttons).
Pag-IBIG Foreclosed Properties For Public Auction this September 2021
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|Period of acceptance of BID OFFERS/ Tranche#/ Property locations||Property list and details||# of properties/
SEP 27 – OCT 1, 2021/ NCR BRANCH – SPB 197 (1st Auction – No discount)/ Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal and Metro Manila⚠️MECQ ANNOUNCEMENT – NEW PROCEDURE UNDER MECQ – CLICK TO VIEW
September 20-24, 2021/ NCR BRANCH – SPB 195 (1st Auction – No discount)/ Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal and Metro Manila⚠️MECQ ANNOUNCEMENT – NEW PROCEDURE UNDER MECQ – CLICK TO VIEW
|300 (All “UNOCCUPIED”)|
OCT 04-08, 2021/ CEBU Housing Hub – 76th SPB (1st Auction – no discount)/ CEBU PROPERTIES
|35 (Uploading to database is ongoing)|
SEP 27 – OCT 01, 2021/ CEBU Housing Hub – 75th SPB (1st Auction – no discount)/ CEBU PROPERTIES
|35 (Uploading to database is ongoing)|
September 13-17, 2021/ NCR BRANCH – SPB 193 (1st Auction – No discount)/ Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal and Metro Manila⚠️MECQ ANNOUNCEMENT – NEW PROCEDURE UNDER MECQ – CLICK TO VIEW
|300 (All “UNOCCUPIED”)|
September 16-22, 2021/ CALAMBA HBC – 22nd Tranche (1st Auction – No discount)/ Batangas, Cavite, Laguna, Oriental Mindoro, Palawan, Quezon Province
September 16-22, 2021/ DAVAO HBC – 1st and 2nd Auction/ Davao Del Norte, Davao De Oro, Davao Oriental
SEP 20-25, 2021/ Bacolod HBC – 2nd Public Auction – no discount)/ ILOILO, NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
SEP 20-25, 2021/ Bacolod HBC – 1st Public Auction – no discount)/ ANTIQUE, ILOILO, NEGROS OCCIDENTAL, CAPIZ
SEP 20-24, 2021/ CEBU Housing Hub – 74th SPB (2nd Auction – with discount)/ REGION VIII PROPERTIES
SEP 10-16, 2021/ La Union HBC – 1st Public Auction – no discount/ Ilocos Norte, La Union, Benguet, Pangasinan
|31 (PDF list is hard to read and cannot be encoded for uploading to our foreclosed real estate database)|
SEP 06-11, 2021/ CEBU Housing Hub – 73rd SPB (1st Auction – no discount)/ CEBU PROPERTIES
September 6-10, 2021/ Naga HBC SPB 8 (1st Auction – No discount)/ Albay, Sorsogon, Camarines Sur
September 6-10, 2021/ NCR BRANCH – SPB 191 (1st Auction – No discount)/ Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal and Metro Manila⚠️ECQ ANNOUNCEMENT – NEW PROCEDURE UNDER ECQ – CLICK TO VIEW
AUG 31-SEP 03, 2021/ NCR BRANCH – SPB 164 (2nd Auction – With discount)/ Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal and Metro Manila⚠️ECQ ANNOUNCEMENT – NEW PROCEDURE UNDER ECQ – CLICK TO VIEW
|Total for September 2021:||1,865|
Pag-IBIG Foreclosed Properties Under Negotiated Sale this September 2021
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For Negotiated Sale: Reservation fee only required for winning offerors/buyers
As stated in Pag-IBIG’s Steps to Purchase Acquired Assets Page:
“Ang nanalong offeror o buyer ay magbabayad ng P1,000.00 Reservation Fee (non transferrable/non refundable) sa loob ng limang (5) araw simula sa pagtanggap ng Notice of Award. (The winning offeror or buyer will pay P1,000 Reservation Fee (non transferrable/non refundable) within five (5) days from receipt of Notice of Award).
Pagibig NO LONGER accepts reservations thru Accredited Brokers effective September 30, 2019
This was announced in Pag-IBIG’s website last September 30, 2019, and I noticed they also removed their list of accredited real estate brokers. They advice interested buyers to coordinate directly with the Acquired Asset Management Group or with the nearest Housing Hubs.
Be very careful with real estate brokers/agents who are selling Pag-IBIG foreclosed properties, they are not authorized and you might end up getting scammed! Refer to article below for more info.
How to avail or participate in the auctions of Pag-IBIG acquired assets
This is just an overview/summary of how to avail/participate in a public auction conducted by Pag-IBIG:
1. View the list of properties included in the auction and identify properties you are interested in.
2. Do your due diligence. When you find a property that you are interested in, you need to do a reasonable amount of due diligence (property inspection to see extent of repairs needed, check if there are any illegal occupants, checking the titles/tax declarations for any problems, etc.). Always keep in mind that foreclosed properties are for sale on an “As-is, where-is” basis.
3. Secure forms so you can participate in the auction. If a property passes your due diligence, and you want to participate in the auction, you need to secure related forms from Pag-IBIG. You will submit these during the auction. (refer to the guidelines for exact forms, and where to secure them)
4. Register for the auction/bidding – Bidders are required to register at the Acquired Asset frontline counter servicing (venue to be specified per auction) prior to dropping of sealed bid offer/s. Only bid offers from registered bidders shall be accepted and a registration stub will be issued as proof of registration.
5. Submit sealed bid/proposal – Bidders are advised to submit their proposals together with a photocopy of their 2 valid Identification (ID) card and latest proof of income only on the scheduled date of batch. No proposals shall be accepted earlier or later than the scheduled date. Please refer to bidding guidelines for more details.
6. Opening of sealed bids shall be done as per schedule. The results of the sealed public auction shall be released and posted at Pag-IBIG’s official website. Winning bidders shall also be notified via email and SMS.
7. Winning Bidders Payment of Bid Bond – As per guidelines: “The winning bidder shall be required to pay his/ her BID BOND equivalent to five percent (5%) of the BID OFFER and shall be paid within 3 working days after the publication of the winning bidders. It shall be in Philippine Currency and may be in the form of cash or manager’s check payable to Pag-IBIG Fund. It shall likewise serve as the down payment of the winning bidder”
Reminder: What you see above is just a quick summary. The exact step-by-step instructions are inside the guidelines as released by Pag-IBIG for each auction, which you can download above.
How to Buy Pag-IBIG Acquired Assets for Negotiated Sale
To explain the details, I uploaded a step-by-step video tutorial in youtube, see below to watch:
Step-by-step tutorial video
Here’s a written summary from Pag-IBIG’s website:
- The list of the properties for negotiated sale may be viewed at Pag-IBIG Fund website. Please take note of the Publication Batch No., Start/End Time and Date of Acceptance of Offer.
- Interested buyers are encouraged to inspect their desired property/ies to purchase prior to submission of offer/s.
- On the scheduled date of submission of offer, buyer shall register at the acquired asset frontline counter servicing at the start of the acceptance period.
- Buyer must accomplish and submit an Offer to Purchase indicating the preferred mode of sale and payment in a sealed envelope. Then drop in a designated drop box.
- Dropping of sealed envelope in a drop box is according to scheduled date.
- Cut off time for submission of offer/s is at 5:00p.m. After cut off time, registration of buyers shall be closed.
- NO more offers shall be accepted from unregistered buyers after the cut-off time and date.
- The opening of sealed envelopes shall be done on the date, time and place stated in the Invitation to Submit Offer to Purchase
“RESERVATION FEE SHALL BE ACCEPTED ONCE DECLARED AS THE HIGHEST PURCHASE OFFEROR OR WINNING BUYER.”
For more details kindly call at 8-654-1398/8-654-1032 or visit us at 2nd Flr. Acquired Asset Counter Servicing at JELP Bldg., Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong City
Important reminders for interested buyers
1. All Pag-IBIG foreclosed properties are all for sale on an “as-is, where-is” basis.
2. A big number of properties on the listings are occupied. We do not recommend buying occupied properties, even if they can have big discounts.
3. Before you make an offer/bid, you should have already done proper due diligence. To guide you with your due diligence, you may refer to our article “31 Questions you need to ask when inquiring about foreclosed properties“
4. Check for new Erratum/Announcements
“Interested parties are encouraged to visit Pag-IBIG’s website, https://pagibigfund.gov.ph/acquiredassets.html five (5) days prior the actual opening of bid offers, to check whether there is any erratum posted on the list of properties posted under the sealed public auction/negotiated sale.”
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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Pag-IBIG contact details
If you are interested in any of the Pag-IBIG foreclosed properties in the listings above, please contact Pag-IBIG DIRECTLY! You should first contact the person-in-charge as written in the bidding/negotiated sale guidelines.
You may also contact Pag-IBIG Acquired Assets directly through their official contact details as posted on their website:
“For more details kindly call at 8-654-1398/8-654-1032 or visit us at 2nd Flr. Acquired Asset Counter Servicing at JELP Bldg., Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong City”Pagibig Website
You may also call Pag-IBIG’s Hotline:
Pag-IBIG FUND HOTLINE:
- 8-724-4244 (8-Pag-IBIG) – 24/7 Call Center operation
Full disclosure: Nothing to disclose. We are not accredited real estate brokers of Pag-IBIG. We are posting this as a public service announcement for those who have been asking for updated listings of foreclosed properties from Pag-IBIG.
- Pag-IBIG official website. Pag-IBIG Fund. As retrieved on September 6, 2021
- Steps to Purchase Acquired Assets. Pag-IBIG Fund. As retrieved on July 15, 2020
- Pag-IBIG official website. Pag-IBIG Fund. As retrieved on September 30, 2019
- Jay Castillo. Why we don’t recommend buying foreclosed properties that are occupied (even if they are cheap). ForeclosurePhilippines.com. Last retrieved on February 16, 2018