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PAG-IBIG FUND RELEASES P4B FOR SOCIALIZED HOUSING FOR JAN-MAY, UP BY 26% FROM SAME PERIOD 2017

Posted on July 4, 2018 by Pagibig House For Sale in News & Updates

Pag-IBIG Fund released P 3.995 billion in socialized housing from January to May
2018, benefiting 10,491 minimum wage and low income members.

This year’s disbursement grew 26% compared to the P 3.165 billion released in the
same period in 2017.

“Pag-IBIG’s tax exemption status enables us to subsidize the low rates for socialized
housing loans that benefit minimum-wage earners. Pag-IBIG offers 3% per annum
which is the best rate in the socialized housing market. This new rate is even more
affordable than the previous rate of 4.5%. This is our contribution to President Rodrigo
Roa Duterte’s pro-poor agenda and the BALAI Filipino (Building Adequate, Livable,
Affordable and Inclusive Filipino Communities) program of the government’s housing
sector,” said Secretary Eduardo del Rosario, Chairperson of the Housing and Urban
Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) and Pag-IBIG Fund Board of Trustees.

“The amount Pag-IBIG saves from its tax exemption is used to finance our socialized
housing program. It is the Fund’s tax exempt status that enables us to make home
ownership more affordable for the underserved sector,” said Pag-IBIG Fund Chief
Executive Officer Acmad Rizaldy P. Moti.

Pag-IBIG members earning not more than P15,000 a month can now own a home for
an all-time low monthly payment of ₱1,897. This applies to loans up to P450,000 which
come with a low 3% interest rate for the first five years of the loan term.

In 2017, the Fund released P65.1 billion in housing loans to finance the acquisition of
80,964 homes. Of this amount, P8.9 billion or 24,705 homes were socialized housing
units.

“Aside from reducing interest rates, we also made the insurance premiums more
affordable and we no longer require borrowers to raise their savings when availing of a
housing loan. These have resulted in even lower costs of owning a home, especially for
minimum wage earners,” CEO Moti said.

Readmore . . . http://www.pagibigfund.gov.ph

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