May 21, 2012

How to Get your Pag-ibig Housing Loan Billing Statement

My husband has been paying our monthly amortization at Pag-ibig office (Shaw) for the last several months and finally he asked if there’s another way to pay our monthly dues and Pag-ibig staff informed him where we could pay our dues.



We could pay our monthly amortization at SM Payment Center; we just need to print the monthly billing statement from their site. Here are the step by step guide on “How to print housing loan billing statement (HLMBS) through Pag-ibig Fund Website”

Click E-Service/Member’s E Service
Click Housing Loan Payment Verifications
Type Surname, Name, Housing Loan Account Number and the code appearing in the box.
Click “View Billing Statement” (To disable the pop-up block un the upper left side of the screen click “Temporary allow pop-up)”
Print Billing Statement

Note: The housing loan monthly billing statement is available for viewing or verification a week before the due date.

We receive monthly text from Pag-ibig regarding our due so even without the statement, we can pay in SM Payment Center. 


Where to pay your housing loan/installment/amortization:

1. Over the Counter (OTC) Payments at the HDMF Branches

Any HDMF Branch, if payment is made on or before the due date specified in the “due date” portion of the Housing Loan Monthly Billing Statement. You may visit www.pagibigfund.gov.ph for the list of HDMF branches.

Only at the HDMF Branch maintaining the acoount, if payment is made after the specified due date in the “due date” portion of the Housing Loan Monthly Billing Statement.

2. Accredited Collecting Agents (Developers with Collection Servicing Agreement with HDMF, SM Business Service Centers and Landbank of the Philippines [All branches]).

Only if payment is made on or before the due date specified in the "due date" portion of the House Loan Monthly Billing Statement. You may visit www.pagibigfund.gov.ph for the list of Accredited Collecting Banks/Agents for local and overseas. 


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Update: 

I paid our amortization last Sunday March 24, 2013 and SM is now charging additional P5 for Pag-ibig Service Fee.


My husband paid our amortization last November 20, 2016 and the staff informed him that we need to pay the exact amount. Hindi na daw pwede yung sobra. So sayang na naman ang centavos na hindi maisusukli for sure ng cashier. 

Hope this helps!

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