The PNB-Special Assets Management Sector (PNB-SAMS) and Allied Bank Special Assets shall be having a joint property auction of their bank owned properties and acquired assets on September 30, 2010, Thursday, 2:00pm, at Hotel Pontefino, Pastor Village, Gulod Labac, Batangas City, Philippines. Foreclosed properties included in the public auction are from Batangas, Cavite, Laguna, Oriental Mindoro, Occidental Mindoro, Palawan, and Romblon.
Please refer to the following for more details
>>>Flyer for PNB-SAMS Allied Bank Joint Property Auction in Batangas on September 30, 2010 in PDF format or click on the image below for JPG format
>>>Riviera Golf and Country Club – Pabahay Bonanza (Below Php1Million) in PDF format or click on the image below for JPG format
>>>Riviera Golf and Country Club – (Above Php1Million) in PDF format or click on the image below for JPG format
>>>Eagle Ridge Golf and Residential Estate in PDF format or click on the image below for JPG format
Interested bidders only need to bring a deposit of PhP25, 000.00 in the form of CASH or MANAGERS CHECK. NO DEPOSIT, NO PARTICIPATION!
The “fine print”
Auctioneer reserves the right at anytime to pull out or update status of the properties in the event discrepancies are found.
PROPERTIES FOR SALE ARE ON AN “AS IS WHERE IS BASIS”
Inadvertent misprints shall not alter the property’s factual condition or shall they be deemed as a misrepresentation of the property.
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