RCBC Savings Bank foreclosed properties auction slated on April 9, 2011

Last Updated on January 23, 2013 by Jay Castillo | Filed under: - 7 Comments

A big number of RCBC Savings Bank foreclosed properties will be up for grabs in their latest Dream Buys Auction which will be this April 9, 2011, Saturday, 9:00am, at the 2nd floor Star Mall Edsa corner Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City, Philippines. The foreclosed properties for sale are from the Metro Manila and Luzon areas.

rcbc foreclosed properties for sale on april 9 2011The auction announcement says payment terms are “As low as 10% downpayment; Balance payable in 10 years, FIXED INTEREST RATE”.

Better call up RCBC Savings Banks directly for more details as to what foreclosed properties can be purchased for just 10%  downpayment and at what fixed interest rate for how many years.

Make sure you won’t get stuck with low home loan rates” that are fixed for only a year.

During their last auction

I was able to attend the RCBC Mega Property auction held last February 19, 2011 (RCBC Savings Bank foreclosed properties were part of the properties for sale)  where a friend of mine participated in the bidding for one of the foreclosed properties.

Unfortunately, he did not win on his bid, which was also his first attempt to buy a foreclosed property through an auction. There was another bidder and they tried to outbid each other. When the bid price already exceeded his predetermined Maximum Allowable Offer or MAO, my friend had to put down his paddle. The other bidder won.

So my friend lost his bid, no problem! I said to him and other friends present that day that it was perfectly okay. In real estate investing, you win some, you lose some. What’s important is my friend tried, and had the balls to bid. Not many people can do what he did.

This was of course after he made sure he properly analyzed the property, did his due diligence, and he was ready to finance the deal. I also believe he was investing for the right reasons. More importantly, he had the guts to “pull the trigger” by actually bidding.

I’m pretty sure he’ll be winning in one of his future bids and have a successful deal. Good luck!

Download the list of RCBC foreclosed properties for sale

Just click on the image preview below to download a copy of the auction announcement in JPG format. This contains a list of all the RCBC foreclosed properties for sale through public auction on April 9, 2011.

RCBC Savings Bank foreclosed properties for sale on April 9, 2011. Click to download (JPG format, 1.85MB)

A copy in PDF format can be downloaded through the following link: RCBC Savings Bank Dream Buys Auction – April 9, 2011(1.75MB)

Source: RCBC Savings Bank website

For inquiries, please call

RCBC Savings Bank

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


All properties are sold on AS-IS-WHERE-IS basis. Properties and prices are subject to change without prior notice. The Bank 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.

Happy real estate investing!

Jay Castillo

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

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