Site maintenance notice for Foreclosure Investing Philippines

Last Updated on May 21, 2012 by Jay Castillo | Filed under: - 0 Comments

Believe it or not, Foreclosure Investing Philippines ( has been in “site maintenance mode” for the past few weeks. Yes, I have been fixing things up although the site has been always available, at least most of the time, when my web hosting company is not having problems  of their own. This obviously affects this blog as well, and provides a clue on what is happening and what is coming.

Anyway, during this maintenance period, some functionality was disabled and these would definitely affect things like site navigation, etc. Because it might hamper or even annoy people who are looking for listings per bank, or any of the topics I have written about in the past, I have restored these through the “Topics and Listings” and “Read our Archives” sections in the right-side bar, temporarily.

Rest assured, the site is undergoing maintenance not only to continue, but also to provide better “public service” to all our valuable readers and subscribers as I continue to share my listings of foreclosed properties, along with practical real estate investing tips that apply to the Philippine setting.

The site maintenance would also explain why I have not been posting as much as I want and as often as before.

In the meantime please bear with us as things will definitely be better when the maintenance is finished and I would also appreciate any comments and/or suggestions (feature requests) you may have.

For now, I can only say that you will definitely notice it when site maintenance is finished, so please watch for it. Thank you!


To our success and financial freedom!

Jay Castillo

Real Estate Investor
PRC Real Estate Broker License No. 3194 
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