By The Nation
Chatchai Sirilai, the bank’s president, said this move is to provide choices to homebuyers looking for cheap, second-hand options.
Homeowners can send details of the property they want to sell to the bank between October 1 and November 15. The applications need to include information such as sales price, location and photographs of the property.
These details will then be posted on the bank’s www.ghbhomecenter.com website and mobile application GHBank Smart NPA.
These homes will also be included in the bank’s auction of non-performing assets on December 19.
Homeowners using the GH Bank marketplace will need to pay a small service fee to the bank.