If you’re a beginner when it comes to investing in foreclosed properties in the Philippines, I’ve got some resources here that can help you get started. Check them out below.
Table of Contents
- 1 First, an overview of investing in foreclosed assets (video)
- 2 Top 5 tips for getting started with foreclosed property investing
- 3 The goal is financial freedom…
- 4 But we also need financial literacy!
- 5 All About Foreclosed Real Estate Investing
- 6 Afraid of taxes? Don’t be! These articles about real estate taxation should help.
- 7 Philippine Laws that apply to real estate
- 8 Real Estate Contracts
- 9 “Sharpen the saw” with these upcoming seminars
- 10 Get your feet wet with the latest listings of foreclosed properties
- 11 This page is a work in progress…
- 12 Thanks!
First, an overview of investing in foreclosed assets (video)
Here’s a video overview of investing in foreclosed assets in the Philippines…
Top 5 tips for getting started with foreclosed property investing
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The goal is financial freedom…
- To all OFW’s: Need To Earn Passive Income And Come Back Home For Good? Try Foreclosed Property Investing!
- Foreclosure investing is not really just about the money, it’s about financial freedom!
- Is it really possible to gain financial freedom through real estate investing?
- A Financial Independence Day Greeting – Declare Your Financial Freedom!
- Passive income through real estate investing – the path to financial freedom (Part 1)
- A Financial Independence Day Story: Cross-over from IT to RE
- How passive income through real estate investing can lead to financial freedom
But we also need financial literacy!
- Manage your finances to get ready for your first real estate deal!
- Manage your finances by becoming your own Chief Financial Officer
- How I track my expenses and manage my money
- 4 Reasons Why You Need To Be Financially Literate Before Investing in Real Estate (And Avoid Financial Failure)
- Instant gratification versus delayed gratification
- Financial Literacy for Kids – Part I
- Financial Literacy for Kids – Part II
All About Foreclosed Real Estate Investing
- How To Buy Pag-Ibig Acquired Assets in 2020 (Negotiated Sale) Step-By-Step Tutorial Video
- Pasalo (Assume Balance): Sell a house and lot via Mortgage Assumption (overview)
- Top 10 Mistakes when Buying Foreclosed Properties/Real Estate | Real Estate Investing for Beginners
- How to find foreclosed properties with good property values (After Repair Value case study)
- How I started with investing in foreclosed properties (What happened to my first purchase?)
- How to estimate market values of foreclosed properties (plus bonus tip)
- After Repair Value or ARV Calculator (For Quick Estimates of Market Value)
Afraid of taxes? Don’t be! These articles about real estate taxation should help.
- What is Capital Gains Tax on Real Estate?
- Creditable Withholding Tax In Real Estate Transactions
- How To Easily Compute Documentary Stamp Tax (DST) On The Sale Of Real Properties
- More On Documentary Stamp Tax (DST) On Real Estate Transactions
- Save Money On Taxes: Exemptions From VAT On The Sale And Lease Of Real Estate
- What is Transfer Tax?
- Recent BIR Issuances on Property Valuation may affect real estate investors
Philippine Laws that apply to real estate
- Goodbye to the Rent Control Law
- Real Estate Service Act of the Philippines (RESA) Signed Into Law, Real Estate Brokers’ Licensure Exam Postponed
- Rent control law exempts rent-to-own agreements in the Philippines
- Republic Act (RA) No. 9653 – Rent Control Act of 2009 (full text)
- Act No. 3135 – An Act to Regulate the Sale of Property under Special Powers Inserted in or Annexed to Real Estate Mortgages (full text)
- Act 4118 – Act 3135 as amended and governs extrajudicial foreclosures
- PRC and DTI joint announcement for real estate service practitioners' renewal of licenses
Real Estate Contracts
- Sample Rent-To-Own Contract or Contract of Lease with Option to Purchase (CLOP), Philippine Version
- Rent-To-Own Contract Tips: For The Protection Of The Buyer
- 19 Free Legal Forms And Contracts From Philippine Legal Forms
“Sharpen the saw” with these upcoming seminars
Get your feet wet with the latest listings of foreclosed properties
- 1,594 BFS Foreclosed Properties in November 2020 Nationwide Listing
- More than 900 BDO Foreclosed Properties in November 2020 nationwide list
- (Updated) 3,362 Pag-IBIG Foreclosed Properties in November 2020 (Public Auction + Negotiated Sale)
- 353 Maybank Foreclosed Properties in October 21, 2020 Nationwide Listings
- 585 Unionbank Foreclosed Properties in October 8, 2020 Sealed Bidding
- 154 EastWest Bank foreclosed properties for sale (September 2020)
- September 2020 | 222 RCBC foreclosed properties for negotiated sale
- 84 SSS Foreclosed Properties for sale as of August 2020
- 11,322 Bank of Commerce Foreclosed Properties in Q3-2020 Pricelists
- 3,029 BSP foreclosed properties available for negotiated sale (July 2020)
This page is a work in progress…
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