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    Leni: Lots for 3k Informal Settler Families Approved

    4 November 2016

    2,925 informal settler families (ISFs) in 20 housing sites nationwide will soon enjoy the benefits of home ownership following the approval of their housing loan application under Social Housing Finance Corporation’s (SHFC) Community Mortgage Program (CMP) and High Density Housing Program (HDH).

    The housing projects, equivalent to P271.80 million, were approved during the first SHFC board meeting last October 26 presided by Vice President and Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) Chairperson Leni Robredo.

    “We want to make our services more efficient so we can scale up the number of families we can serve,” Robredo said.

    Robredo, who concurrently sits as Chairperson of the SHFC Board, said 66% of the total CMP loan or P165.80 million would be used for lot acquisition.

    The remaining 34% or P85.74 million will be used for additional lot acquisition, site development, and house construction for off-site projects for ISFs relocating to a property and location of their choice.

    “Layunin talaga natin na mabigyan ng pagkakataong magkaroon ng lupa at tahanan ang ating mga ISFs sa mas mabilis na paraan,” she added.

    According to SHFC President Ma. Ana Oliveros, the community associations and the approved amounts of their corresponding CMP loans for NCR are Victory Ville 2 HOAI of Deparo, Caloocan City (P10.80M); First Middle HOAI of Brgy. Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City (P6.36M); Ipil-Ipil Ph. 1 HOAI of Brgy. Payatas, Quezon City (P9.79M); Kabalikat sa Centennial 2-D HOAI of Brgy. Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City (P20.34M); RMS Ville HOAI of Brgy. Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City (P17.68M); Villa Dela Rosa HOAI of Commonwealth, Quezon City (P6.30M); Starville HOAI of Brgy. Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City (P5.62M); and Squareville HOAI of Brgy. Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City (P12.41M).

    For Luzon, approved CMP loans consist of Mother of Eucharist HOAI of Lucena City (P57.15M); Shinna’s Village HOAI of Taytay, Palawan (P 7.41M); Apawan Village HOAI Ph. IV and Apawan Village HOAI Ph. II of Marilao, Bulacan, with approved loans of P9.23M and P9.70M, respectively; Villa Salud CMP HOAI of Solana, Cagayan (P5.64M); and Westland HOAI of Brgy Gulang-Gulang, Lucena City (P9.47M).

    Approved CMP loans in the Visayas region include Balamban Dream Orchard HOAI of Balamban, Cebu (P13.21M); Overflow Village II HOAI and Overflow Village IV HOAI both located in Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental were granted P13.91M and P10.4M respectively; and for Mindanao region: Secret Valley HOAI of Bunawan District, Davao City (P10.77M); and Eagle’s View HOAI of Upper Ilang, Davao City (P15.26M).

    P20.24 million-worth of loans will be used for the beneficiaries of Bistekville I Blk. 14 Homeowner’s Association in Quezon City, which are under the refinancing scheme of HDH.

    SHFC has been adopting policy reforms and measures to further boost the implementation of its housing finance programs for the informal settler families in line with the policy initiatives of Vice President Leni Robredo.

    Since its inception in 1988 up to September 2016, CMP has assisted 289,762 ISFs located in 2,550 sites nationwide by providing P13.04 billion worth of housing loans.

    Meanwhile HDH posted P3.26 B in total loans from July 2013 to September 2016 corresponding to 18,125 ISFs in 31 projects sites in NCR.

    Under the administrative supervision of HUDCC, SHFC is the lead agency providing flexible, affordable, innovative, and responsive (FAIR) shelter financing and development solutions to underprivileged communities. For more information, please call (+632) 750-76337/ (+632) 750-6346 loc. 821 or visit

    Posted in Press Releases on Nov 04, 2016