Sealed bidding of prime properties foreclosed by PNB and Allied Bank slated on May 28, 2010

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A joint public sealed bidding for prime properties foreclosed by Philippine National Bank (PNB) and Allied Banking Corporation has been slated on May 28, 2010, Friday, at 9:00am. The public sealed bidding will be held at the 9th floor, PNB Financial Center President Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard, Pasay City.

This foreclosed listing includes prime properties from the Greater Manila Area, Northern Luzon, Southern Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. A total of 42 prime properties are included in this listing.

Take a sneak peek at just some of the prime properties on the foreclosed listing below. Just click on the images to enlarge(opens in a new window/tab)

property-foreclosed-by-PNB-item-10property-foreclosed-by-PNB-item-27Click here to download a copy of the foreclosed listing from PNB and Allied Bank for public sealed bidding on May 28, 2010 or just click on the image below.



For more details, please contact PNB-SAMS directly through the following:

PNB Special Assets Management Sector – Head Office


Hotline: (02) 573-4115
Email: amscustomerservice@pnb.com.ph
Trunkline: (02) 526-3131 & (02) 891-6040 to 70 local 4115, 4539, or 4713

Happy hunting!

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