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GSIS Family Bank foreclosed properties

GSIS Family Bank foreclosed properties for sale as of October 2011

Here is a list of GSIS Family Bank foreclosed properties for sale which I got from the Housing Fair 2011 when I visited the GSIS Family Bank booth on the 3rd and final day of the event. This is essentially the same list of foreclosed properties on the GSIS Family Bank websitebut this list includes pictures.
The listing only says the foreclosed properties are for sale through cash or installment and no other details were given on the listing, and the same applies to their website. Anyway, if you want to get more details, you can contact GSIS Family bank directly through the contact details on the list below.


Source: http://www.foreclosurephilippines.com/2011/10/gsis-family-bank-foreclosed-properties-for-sale-october-2011.html#ixzz2l7qui900

BSP Foreclosed Properties For Sale

BSP Foreclosed Properties For Sale From The Housing Fair 2013


This listing of foreclosed properties and acquired assets from the Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) is the fourth to be featured as part of the listings we found during the Housing Fair 2013. This list of BSP foreclosed properties is updated as of September 30, 2013. Details can be found below.

Payment terms

The payment terms can be found on page 2 of the flyer that was made available to visitors of the housing fair, which I have posted below.
BSP-foreclosed-properties-flyer-housing-fair-2013_Page_1
BSP flyer -page 1 of 2


Source: http://www.foreclosurephilippines.com/2013/11/bsp-foreclosed-properties-housing-fair-2013.html#ixzz2l7pP7Ajq

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Lacson confirms P50-M ‘incentive’ to senators who convicted Corona

Lacson confirms P50-M ‘incentive’ to senators who convicted Corona

Former senator Panfilo “Ping” Lacson INQUIRER FILE PHOTO
MANILA, Philippines – Former Senator Panfilo Lacson confirmed the P50-million “incentive” that was allegedly given to senators who voted to convict then Chief Justice Renato Corona.
“Senators who convicted Corona got P50 million, says Estrada…Not me,” Lacson told INQUIRER.net on Wednesday.
“I had no regular PDAF (priority development assistance fund). I didn’t partake of any extra fund in whatever form and for whatever purpose,” he said.
Lacson was among the 20 senators who voted to convict Corona in May 2012.
Asked if he was aware of a “confidential” letter about the additional P50 million that Estrada showed to the Senate in his privilege speech on the floor, Lacson said:


Read more: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/495029/lacson-confirms-p50-m-payoff-to-senators-who-convicted-corona#ixzz2fvch6EpZ
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