This can be filed as one of the frequently asked questions: “How can I apply for a Pag-IBIG Housing Loan?”
This article addresses that question in a very straight-forward and easy-to-understand manner.
So without further ado, here are the steps to take.
Step #1: Attend The Loan Orientation. Officially, it’s called Loan Counselling Session. It’s conducted at any Pag-IBIG Office all over the Philippines. Check your nearest Pag-IBIG Fund office to check their scheduled Loan Counselling Session.
Step #2: Fill Up Some Documents. Normally, you will be asked to accomplish the following documents:
- Preliminary Counselling Questionnaire – Some basic questions that are easy to answer.
- Membership Status Verification Slip (MSVS) – This will be used by the assigned staff to check your records and contributions to the Pag-IBIG Fund.
- Housing Loan Application (HLA) – This is the official document where you signify your intention of getting a loan.
If you are qualified for a loan, you will be given the Checklist of Requirements (COR) depending on the purpose of your housing loan. Fill-up the HLA only after knowing your status. (Read Step 3)
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Step #3: Submit HLA And Other Required Documents. This will probably take a couple of days to comply. But once all of the documents in the requirement checklist are ready, submit them together with the Loan Application Form. You will be asked to pay the processing fee, which is non-refundable.
Step #4 Wait for The Notice of Loan Approval or Letter of Guaranty. Or if you can’t wait on your mail box, phone them to follow-up the status of your loan application.
Step #5. Sign Loan Documents. There are some and will be provided at the Pag-IBIG Fund office.
Step #6: Visit the Bureau of Internal Revenue and Registry of Deeds.
- Pay for the documentary stamps and capital gains tax at the BIR.
- Have the Registry of Deeds put an annotation of mortgage on the Land Title.
Step #7. Get Loan Proceeds. But you have to show Pag-IBIG Fund the following documents:
- Original Transfer Certificate of Title (TCT) in the name of the applicant with annotated mortgage
- Deed of Absolute Sale with original stamp from the Registry of Deeds
- New Tax Declaration in the name of the applicant
- Updated Real Estate Tax Receipt (for house and lot, if applicable)
- Occupancy Permit (secured from LGU Engineering Office, if applicable)
- Assignment of Loan Proceeds
That’s it for the Pag-IBIG Housing Loan process — only seven steps.
Most likely, you will also be asked to make an advanced payment on the first monthly amortization immediately following the loan release. So have your cash or check ready.
Further Note: If you are buying a property from a real estate developer, this whole process would be easier. All that are needed is for you to follow Steps 1 to 3. Ask your agent or broker if he/she can assist on the housing loan application most often you will be extended an assistance.
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