Paying the Appraisal Fee of Security Bank Housing Loan

Last month I wrote about my experience on how an OFW can apply for Security Bank Housing Loan. Whether you plan to avail of the service of Security Bank or other banks, I’m sure you’ll pick up some tips that you can also apply in buying a house. I can tell you now that it… [Read More]

Should I Accept the Pre-Approved Line of Credit

Recycling is one of the habits I am able to develop because I moved to Canada. I love to fill up the blue bin with flyers I hardly read and newspaper I quickly scan to look for vegetarian recipe. A few weeks ago, I almost thought of throwing a letter from TD Canada Trust. It’s… [Read More]

How an OFW Can Apply for Security Bank Housing Loan

In less than a week, I made two applications. First, I applied for Rogers Platinum Mastercard and got the result: I was approved. Hurray. (Just to let you know I applied for it for a valid business reason. Bakit parang defensive.) Second, my family and I have submitted the application for Security Bank housing loan…. [Read More]

I Tried the Security Bank Housing Loan Quiz

If you’ve been reading my blog, you’ll notice that I’ve been writing about Pag-IBIG. It is my first option in applying for a housing loan to buy my dream house (more of a first house). Recently I’m considering to loan from a bank. After trying some comparison sites, I found out that Security Bank has… [Read More]

I Unintentionally Payed Twice Online My Pag-IBIG Contribution

It’s one of those days, I should have paid attention before confirming an online transaction. And moving way back further, I should have updated my spreadsheet. Yes, I successfully paid my Pag-IBIG monthly contribution online . . . twice . . . for the same month (April). Obviously, it was NOT part of the plan…. [Read More]

How to Open a Philippine Bank Account in Canada

For such a long time, I’ve been curious on how to open a Philippine bank account in Canada through online banking. You see one of my money-related mistakes is not opening a bank account while I’m still in the Philippines. Now I’m realizing the consequences. But I’m not yet ready to give up because of… [Read More]