Pasay City Tax Delinquent Properties auction sale slated on September 15, 2011

Last Updated on September 10, 2011 by Jay Castillo | Filed under: - One Comment

Pasay City LogoAccording to the official website of Pasay City, there will be a tax foreclosure auction sale of Pasay City tax delinquent properties on September 15, 2011, 10:00am, at the 4th floor, Session Hall of the Pasay City Hall.

The notice for Pasay City Taxpayers on the website also mentioned that notices of delinquencies have already been sent to the concerned property owners through mail, and were also posted at bulletin boards at the Pasay City Hall and at the barangays where the tax delinquent properties can be found.

In addition, Pasay City Treasurer Manuel E. Leycano Jr. reminds all Pasay City taxpayers to settle their real property tax arrears to avoid the inclusion of their properties in the Tax foreclosure auction sale.

Pasay City Tax Delinquent Properties

A Certified Statement of Real Property Tax Delinquencies of Pasay City was also published in the Philippine Star last August 25, 2011 and a softcopy is available below.

Please keep in mind that the list below may still contain properties whose arrears have already been settled by the owners. Interested bidders are advised to get an updated list directly from the Pasay City Treasurers office.

Certified Statement of Real Property Tax Delinquencies of Pasay City
Certified Statement of Real Property Tax Delinquencies of Pasay City (JPG format)

A PDF version is also available here: Certified Statement of Real Property Tax Delinquencies of Pasay City.PDF

Source: Philippine Star, August 25, 2011


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