The Pag-IBIG Fund Bacolod Branch has reiterated its call to all delinquent housing borrowers to avail of its ongoing loan restructuring and penalty condonation program that will end June 30, a press release from the firm said.
The program, which was earlier approved by Pag-IBIG’s Board of Trustees and became available in January, allows the firm to condone the penalties incurred by housing loan borrowers.
The penalty condonation is available for borrowers who are in arrears for at least three months as of January. Beyond that month, borrowers may still avail of the loan restructuring program, the press release said.
Bascon restaurant offering
modern cuisine, old favorites
The 27th Bascon restaurant opened yesterday giving the public a taste of Modern Filipino cuisines and the old time Bascon favorites.
The restaurant is right across Bascon Café at 27th Lacson, Street and is a brain child of Marili Bascon-Gonzaga and Tom, children of Oscar “Dodong” Bascon.
Bascon said the restaurant is different and unique compared to other restaurants in Bacolod as it has a combined ambiance of modern and classical Filipino designs.
The Negros Showroom joins the Panaad Festival with chosen pasalubong items on display and for sale at the Bacolod City booth, a press release from the firm said.
Working with the Bacolod City Tourism, office the showroom also provided the dining set, bar set and other Masskara accessories to go with the Masskara theme of Bacolod City.
The Negros Showroom at 9th St – Lacson is also holding its Festival Sale on selected items to give Negros visitors more reasons to bring home top quality products that boast of the Negrense creativity and ingenuity, the press release said.