333 Philmay and Maybank Foreclosed Properties in October 2019 nationwide listings

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Here are the latest listings of foreclosed properties from Maybank and their property arm, Philmay Property Inc., updated for October 2019. This nationwide list contains a total of 333 foreclosed properties for sale. More details below.

Property listings from Philmay/Maybank are valid for three (3) months from date of release, and may still include properties that are already sold.

Interested buyers are advised to contact Maybank/Philmay directly to confirm property availability, using the contact details below.

View the entire list of Philmay / Maybank foreclosed properties for sale

For easy searching and filtering, you may view the entire list in our “Classifieds Database” below:

Click here to view searchable list of PHILMAY / MAYBANK Foreclosed Properties (Database)

Search all foreclosed properties

You may search our entire database of foreclosed properties that already include the properties from Maybank/Philmay. This tool will allow you to search for your preferred location/ village/ subdivision etc., from ALL available listings.

Step-by-step instructions:

  1. Search by typing keywords (ex. Your preferred subdivision, village, condo, etc) and/or location(s) and click “Search”. To only include properties from Philmay/Maybank, include the keyword “Maybank”.
  2. Use “Advanced Search” to choose preferred price range, lot/floor areas (if data is available), and also to exclude those classified as occupied.
  3. If you want to view all listings regardless of the source, then don’t enter any keywords related to the property source. Example, if you want to find and compare ALL condominiums in Metro Manila, then omit the “philmay” keyword when searching, and then you will find ALL condos in our database, not just those from Philmay/Maybank.

Download the listings of Philmay and Maybank foreclosed properties in PDF format

You always have the choice to view/download the listings for offline viewing, please see below:

Philmay foreclosed properties


Maybank foreclosed properties

Note: You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view PDF files, which is free to download at Adobe.com

Payment terms

Based on past listings from Maybank/PPI, here are the payment terms available

  • Cash
  • Installment:
    • 20% minimum downpayment is required.
    • 80% balance shall be payable up to 10 years. Longer payment terms (for example, 15 years) is possible, subject to approval.

Please contact Maybank/PPI directly for confirmation/more details. Contact info can be found below.

Contact info

Tel Nos.: (02) 588-3954 / 588-3952 and look for any of the following – Leslie Sevilla or Julius Antonio

Address: MAYBANK PHILIPPINES INC. / PHILMAY PROPERTY, INC. – 4/F C2 Building, 7th Avenue corner 28th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City


  1. Prices are negotiable
  2. Prices are subject to change without prior notice
  3. Philmay/Maybank reserves the right to amend the terms, conditions, and withdraw/replace any and all properties anytime for whatever reason Management may deem appropriate
  4. All sales shall be on an “as-is, where-is” basis, no warranties and “no recourse” basis. Status and condition of the properties are not comprehensive or complete: Buyers are therefore advised to conduct their own due diligence prior to submission of an offer to buy
  5. The property list is effective for three (3) months from date of release and may reflect properties already sold. Please confirm availability of property from PPI at Tel No. (02) 588-3954 / 588-3952 and look for any of the following – Leslie Sevilla or Julius Antonio
  6. Submission of offer to buy is on a first come, best offer basis. Philmay/Maybank reserves the right to conduct private bidding in the event of multiple offers received on the same property subject to the bidding policy of Philmay/Maybank
  7. Mere submission of an offer does not construe a right of “first option” by the offeror
  8. The creditable withholding tax up to the agreed purchase price shall be for the account of Philmay/Maybank. Any fractional cost or excess shall be for the buyer’s account
  9. Prices are not applicable to buyback of the former owners or relatives up to 1st degree of consanguinity. Please confirm with Philmay/Maybank any buyback price
  10. Brokers or agents are not allowed to accept any payment from prospective buyers
  11. Taxes and required fees due from buyer must be settled on time during documentation to avoid penalties

Important Notes:

  • Sale is on “as-is, where-is” basis, no waranties and “no recourse” basis.
  • Status and condition of the properties are not comprehensive or complete: Buyers are therefore advised to conduct their own due diligence prior to submission of an offer to buy.
  • Buyers shall cause the relocation survey of the properties to determine its exact location/boundaries.
  • Buyers shall assume the ejectment of the squatters/occupants/lessees/former owners, if any, on the subject property and its attendant cost.
  • Buyers shall shoulder the acquisition of right-of-way for the subject property, if property is landlocked (no right-of-way).
  • The buyers shall be responsible in obtaining from the Department of Agrarian Reform the clearance/exemption of the subject property from the coverage of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program. The expenses in obtaining said clearance/exemption shall be for the account of the buyer. The seller shall not be liable to the buyer if such exemption is not obtained.

Source: Leslie V. Sevilla – Sales and Marketing Officer, PPI-Group Finance

Happy hunting!

Full disclosure: Nothing to disclose. Since we have stopped brokering foreclosed properties, everyone should contact the bank directly to inquire. I am sharing these listings as a public service announcement. Thank you for understanding.


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