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First 2011 auction of RCBC Saving Bank foreclosed properties slated on February 19, 2011

Here’s the first public auction of foreclosed properties in 2011 by RCBC Saving Bank to be featured in Foreclosure Investing Philippines. RCBC Savings Bank’s first Dream Buys Auction will be on February 19, 2011, 9:00am, at the L.S. Virata Hall, 2nd Floor, Development Academy of the Philippines, San Miguel Avenue, Pasig City.

I noticed some big differences in this auction as can be seen on the ad. First of all, the minimum downpayment is now as low as 10%. Previous auctions required a minimum of 20% downpayment. This means lesser cashout for the winning bidders.

Although the ad said “FIXED INTEREST RATE” it turns out this is not for 10 years. My wife called up RCBC Savings Bank and it turns out that the interest rate is still only fixed for the first 5 years. Having a fixed interest rate is good because one need not worry about interest rate fluctuations that can have a big impact in one’s monthly amortization payments. You still need to check what interest rate they offer (Please call RCBC Saving Bank directly).

To participate, the show money interested bidders need to bring remains the same, which is Php25,000 per property, in the form of cash or manager’s check.

Just make sure you have done your due diligence before even considering to bid for a property (Check the title, tax declaration, arrears, “the numbers”, etc.). Take note that there are properties with special concerns (occupied / with legal impediments).

Most of the foreclosed properties are from the Metro Manila area, and also includes some from Luzon.

Complete list of RCBC Savings Bank foreclosed properties

To download a copy of the complete list of RCBC Savings Bank foreclosed properties for sale through public auction on February 19, 2011, just clcik on the thumbnail below. You may also download a copy in PDF format, which is searchable, through the following link: RCBC-SAVINGS-BANK-FORECLOSED-PROPERTIES-AUCTION-FEBRUARY-19-2011-MB-JAN-30-2011-PAGE-G4

Source: Manila Bulletin, January 30, 2011 edition, page G-4

For more details

For more details, please call RCBC Savings Bank directly through the following:

  • MC 687-0839
  • Charmie 638-5032
  • Red 0908-8854803
  • Alex 0918-9511811
  • Jerome 0918-9903744
  • Other Properties: Vic Orense 0908-9182781 /687-5430 local 4742 / 470-9432

The fine print

All properties are sold on an “AS-IS-WHERE-IS” basis. Properties and prices are subject to change without prior notice. The Bonk reserves the right to withdraw any property before auction. Inadvertent misprints shall not alter the property’s factual condition nor shall they be deemed as misrepresentation of the property.

By the way, on the same aucton date and venue, aside from the foreclosed properties from RCBC Savings Bank, RCBC foreclosed properties and JPL foreclosed properties are also for sale through public auction. I’ll post this list next. Don’t forget to subscribe to e-mail alerts and get notified once this list becomes available.

Happy hunting!

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Jay Castillo
Real Estate Investor

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Text by Jay Castillo and Cherry Castillo. Copyright © 2011 All rights reserved.

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