PNB: If you are also planning to buy a cheap house or a cheap property, then you have a good chance. Actually Punjab National Bank is going to auction the property.
New Delhi. If you are also planning to buy a cheap house or cheap property, then you have a good chance. Actually Punjab National Bank is going to auction the property. It includes both residential, commercial and industrial properties. Please tell that information has been provided by IBAPI (Indian Banks Auctions Mortgaged Properties Information). These are the properties that have come on the list of defaults. PNB has given information by tweeting. PNB has given information about this by tweeting on its official Twitter handle. The bank wrote in a tweet that the residential and commercial property to be held on May 15, 2021 will be auctioned. You can buy property here at a reasonable price.
Participate for the best prices!
Get residential and commercial property through PNB e-Auction being held on 12th May 2021.
— Punjab National Bank (@pnbindia) May 11, 2021
in accordance with the information went, 10,883 are residential properties. Apart from this, there are 2447 commercial properties, 1218 industrial properties, 71 agricultural properties. All these properties will be auctioned by the bank.
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about the property auction, you can visit this link https://ibapi.in/.
According to the bank, he also gives information about the freehold or leasehold of the property, location, measurement and other information in the public notice issued for the auction. If you want to buy property through e-auction, then you can go to the bank and take any kind of information about the process and related property.
The bank conducts auctions from time to time
Let us tell which property owners have not paid their loan. For some reason, they have not been able to give the land of all those people are taken over by the banks. Such properties are auctioned from time to time by banks. In this auction, the bank collects its dues by selling the property.