As mentioned in my recent post about LandBank foreclosed properties, the Quezon City Office of the Treasurer shall be selling through public auction a large number of tax delinquent properties on December 16, 2010, 10:00am, at the Taxpayer’s Assessment and Payment Lounge, Quezon City Hall, Diliman Quezon City, Philippines.
This tax foreclosure auction is to be conducted by virtue of the provisions of Section 260 and 263 of RA 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991. This was announced through the notice of sale below.
Quezon City Notice of Sale for delinquent real property on December 16, 2010
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Source: Philippine Star, December 6, 2010 edition, page B-7 to B-11
Interested bidders are required to post a cash bond of Php10,000. As far as I know, this is refundable, unless the auction rules have changed. In contrast, the cash bond for the Tagaytay Auction held recently was not refundable.
Thinking of investing in tax delinquent properties in Quezon City?
If you are interested and plan to attend the auction of tax delinquent properties in Quezon City, checkout these four tips for real estate investors. I attended the Quezon City auction last July 8, 2010 with my good friend Bryan Uy. Due to lack of time to do any due diligence, we did not bid and just observed the proceedings. Checkout the pictures below.
Want to learn more about tax delinquent properties?
If you want to learn more about tax delinquent properties and what goes on during the auction, checkout this post about the last auction conducted in Marikina City which my wife and I attended.
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