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Thursday, October 27, 2016

How To Apply For Pag-Ibig Calamity Loan

Disasters, and calamities are nothing new in the Philippines. Storm, typhoon, volcanic eruption, and earthquake are only some of the natural calamities that usually occurs in the Philippines. 


Disasters, and calamities are nothing new in the Philippines. Storm, typhoon, volcanic eruption, and earthquake are only some of the natural calamities that usually occurs in the Philippines.     Sometimes even the most prepared of all has no match when natural disaster strikes. Those who have homes can end up homeless. The farmers end up with devastated crops. And even cities end up severely destroyed, no electricity, and sometimes no water.   For those who are victim of natural disasters, the government offers Calamity Loan through Pag-Ibig.Victims of calamities and natural disaster can apply for this type of loan within 90 days from the declaration of calamity.      Who Can Avail/ Apply For Calamity Loan?   1.Active Pag-Ibig member who  has made at least 24 months contribution.  (Has made five (5) MCs for the last six (6) months as of month prior to date of loan application and commits to continuously remit contributions at least for the term of the loan. ) 2. If with existing Pag-IBIG Housing Loan and/or Multi-Purpose Loan (MPL) and/or Calamity Loan, the account must not be in default as of date of application.  3. The member is a resident of the area which is declared under a state of calamity   How To Apply/File Calamity Loan:  1. Secure the Calamity Loan Application Form (CLAF) from any Pag-IBIG Fund NCR/Regional branch. DOWNLOAD FORM HERE  2. Accomplish 1 copy of t he application form.   3. Attac h photocopy of payroll accounUdisbursement card/deposit slip (for newly-opened account).   4. Sub rnit complete application. together with the required documents to any Pag-IBIG Fund NCR/Regional branch. Processing of loans shall commence only upon submission of complete documents.   Loan Release  The loan proceeds shall be released through any of the following modes:  a) Crediting to the borrower's payroll accounUdisbursement card:  b) Crediting to the borrower's bank account through LANDBANK's Payroll Credit Systems Validation (PACSVAL);  c) Through check payable to the borrower;  d) Other similar modes of payment.


Sometimes even the most prepared of all has no match when natural disaster strikes. Those who have homes can end up homeless. The farmers end up with devastated crops. And even cities end up severely destroyed, no electricity, and sometimes no water. 







For those who are victim of natural disasters, the government offers Calamity Loan through Pag-Ibig.Victims of calamities and natural disaster can apply for this type of loan within 90 days from the declaration of calamity.  



Who Can Avail/ Apply For Calamity Loan?


 1.Active Pag-Ibig member who  has made at least 24 months contribution. 
(Has made five (5) MCs for the last six (6) months as of month prior to date of loan application and commits to continuously remit contributions at least for the term of the loan. )
2. If with existing Pag-IBIG Housing Loan and/or Multi-Purpose Loan (MPL) and/or Calamity Loan, the account must not be in default as of date of application. 
3. The member is a resident of the area which is declared under a state of calamity





How To Apply/File Calamity Loan: 
1. Secure the Calamity Loan Application Form (CLAF) from any Pag-IBIG Fund NCR/Regional branch. DOWNLOAD FORM HERE 
2. Accomplish 1 copy of t he application form. 
 3. Attac h photocopy of payroll accounUdisbursement card/deposit slip (for newly-opened account).  
4. Sub rnit complete application. together with the required documents to any Pag-IBIG Fund NCR/Regional branch. Processing of loans shall commence only upon submission of complete documents.



Loan Release 
The loan proceeds shall be released through any of the following modes:

a) Crediting to the borrower's payroll accounUdisbursement card:

b) Crediting to the borrower's bank account through LANDBANK's Payroll Credit Systems Validation (PACSVAL);

c) Through check payable to the borrower;

d) Other similar modes of payment.



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