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Public Auction Of 696 Pag IBIG Fund Acquired Assets For Sale In Cavite Slated On April 28, 2015

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Note: To view the most updated listings and auction schedules of Pag-IBIG, visit the following link: Pag-IBIG foreclosed properties for sale and auction schedules

If you are looking for a foreclosed house and lot in Cavite, then you should check out this list. A public auction of 696 Pag IBIG fund acquired assets for sale shall take place on April 28, 2015, 9:00am – 12:00nn, at the 7th Flr. JELP Business Solutions Center, 409 Shaw Blvd. Mandaluyong City. Details below.


More properties from Pag-IBIG are for sale through public auction on April 29, and April 30 (click on links to view)

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Prime properties included in the list of Pag IBIG foreclosed house and lots in Cavite for public auction on April 28, 2015. Source: Official Facebook Page of Pag IBIG Fund (HDMF).

 

General guidelines

Since a lot of people keep asking questions about the process of buying Pag IBIG foreclosed properties, I am including a copy of the guidelines below because most answers are found here.

GENERAL GUIDELINES

1. Interested parties are required to secure copies of: (a) INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS (HQP-AAF-104) and (b) OFFER TO BID (HQP-AAF-103) from the office of the Acquired Assets Management at 7th Flr. JELP Business Solutions Center, 409 Shaw Blvd. Mandaluyong City or may download the forms at www.pagibigfund.gov.ph (link Disposition of Acquired Assets for Public Auction).

2. Properties shall be sold on an “AS IS, WHERE IS” basis.

3. All interested buyers are encouraged to inspect the property/ies before tendering their offer/s. The list of the properties may be viewed at www.pagibigfund.gov.ph/aa/aa.aspx (Other properties for sale-Disposition of Acquired Assets for Public Auction).

4. Bidders are also encouraged to visit our website, www.pagibigfund.gov.ph/aa/aa.aspx five (5) days prior the actual auction date, to check whether there are any erratum posted on the list of properties posted under the sealed public auction.

5. Sealed proposals shall be received by the Committee on Disposition of Acquired Assets’ Secretariat at 7th Flr. Conference Room JELP Business Solutions Center, 409 Shaw Blvd. Mandaluyong City, starting 9:00 AM but not later than 12:00 NN on the scheduled date; the said proposals shall be opened immediately in the presence of the committee and attending bidders. Bidders are advised to submit their proposals only on the scheduled date of batch. No proposals shall be accepted by the committee earlier or later than the scheduled date.

6. The Bid Offer shall not be lower than the minimum bid set by the Fund.

7. Each bid proposal shall be accompanied by a BIDDER’S BOND either in CASH or MANAGER’S CHECK issued by any commercial bank, payable to Pag-IBIG FUND, for an amount equivalent to 10% of the BID PRICE. It shall likewise serve as the down payment of the winning bidder.

8. Payment of the remaining ninety percent (90%) bid offer balance may either be thru any of the following modes:

a. Cash – on which the approved purchase price shall be paid not later than thirty (30) calendar days from date of receipt of Notice of Award (NOA).

b. Installment basis – on which payment shall be in equal monthly installment inclusive of 12% interest per annum and provided the chosen payment term shall not exceed twelve (12) months.

c. Pag-IBIG Housing Loan – payment shall be in the form of monthly amortization based on the approved loan term, which may be up to a maximum of thirty (30) years with the following considerations:

1.Loan approval and term shall be subject to eligibility requirements stipulated under the Pag-IBIG End-User Home Financing Program guidelines;

2.The loan amount shall be the bidder’s bid offer, net of the 10% downpayment;

3.In case the housing loan application has been disapproved, the 10% bidder’s bond shall be forfeited in favor of the Fund.

4.The buyer shall be required to file his Pag-IBIG housing loan application and pay the following incidental expenses within thirty (30) calendar days from receipt of the Notice of Approval of Sale:

a. Processing fee of Three Thousand Pesos (the P1,000.00 shall be paid on the auction day while the remaining P2,000.00 shall be paid upon submission of complete requirements);

b. Equity, if applicable;

c. One year advance insurance premiums (sales redemption insurance as well as fire and allied peril insurance);

5.In case the Bid Offer, net of the ten percent (10%) bid bond, is still higher than the appraisal value of the property, the amount in excess of the appraisal value shall be treated as equity. It shall be paid by the buyer within thirty (30) calendar days upon receipt of Notice of Loan Approval.

6.Original Borrowers who wish to participate on the Sealed Public Auction shall not be allowed to bid thru housing loan availment. They may only bid thru cash or installment basis.

9. The Bidders shall be present at the opening of bids. Bidders may designate their Authorized Representatives, provided they shall issue the following documents:

a. Special Power of Attorney for individual-bidder

b. Secretary’s Certificate for company-bidder

10. The Opening of Bids shall commence from 12:01 PM until completion.

11. The bidder who offers the highest bid shall be declared as the winner.

12. In case of a tied highest bid, it shall be resolved by applying the following order of preference:

a. Cash Offer (Mode of Payment);

b. Time of entry/registration in the auction room.
If there is still a tie, it shall be resolved immediately by an open auction between/among the tied highest bidders.

13. The non-winning bidders’ respective bid bonds shall be returned to them immediately together with an Acknowledgment Receipt once a winning bidder has been declared.

14. If the winning bidder fails or refuses to push through with the purchase of the property, or fails to pay in full the remaining balance within 30 calendar days from receipt of the Notice of Award (NOA), he shall lose his right as winning bidder and the 10% bidder’s bond shall be forfeited in favor of the Fund.

15. Interested parties may visit the ACQUIRED ASSETS MANAGEMENT or contact MS. ROSCIEL A. BRIONES or MR. ALVIN TABUZO at tel. nos. 654-1398 and 654-2410. You may also email your inquiries for further details at ncr_acquiredassets@pagibigfund.gov.ph or aad_ms@pagibigfund.gov.ph.

PAG-IBIG FUND RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS, TO WAIVE ANY FORMALITY THEREIN OR ACCEPT SUCH BIDS AS MAY BE CONSIDERED MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TO THE FUND. THE DECISION OF THE FUND IS FINAL AND BINDING.

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(signed) ATTY. DIGNA P. MAGPANTAY
Vice President
Acquired Asset Management

Download the list of Pag IBIG Fund acquired assets for sale in Cavite

You may download the complete list of Pag IBIG fund acquired assets for sale located in Cavite that are included in the public auction on April 28, 2015. Most of the properties on the list are house and lots, with a few vacant lots.

Click to download the list of Pag IBIG FUND acquired assets for sale in Cavite for public auction on April 28, 2015

ERRATUM: Disposition of Acquired Assets under Public Auction on April 28, 2015 (click to view)

Source: http://www.pagibigfund.gov.ph

Full disclosure: Nothing to disclose. We are not accredited real estate brokers of Pag-IBIG. We are posting this list of acquired assets as a form of public service because a lot of you out there have been asking for this. If you have questions/inquiries, please contact Pag-IBIG DIRECTLY! Thank you for understanding.

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