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  • Loan for Construction, improvement, BT,Top up etc.
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About Home Loan

A loan that is offered by a bank or financial institution when you intend to purchase or construct a house

  • Home loans begin at Rs. 4 lakhs and can cover up to 80% of the cost of property or construction with an interest rate of 8.35-11.00%
  • The loan can be repaid over a period of 5 to 30 years.

Home Loan Products

Achieve all your goals and aspirations; with the right kind of help, exactly when you need it.

House Purchase Loans

Home Purchase loans are used to finance the purchase of a new residential property or an old house from its previous owners. Get loan amount up to 80 percent of the value of the property. These loans are provided either on fixed interest rates or floating interest rates.

House Construction Loans

House construction loan used to finance the construct a home according to your wish,the process of loan approval is different from normal new purchase loan to constriction home loan.

Home Improvement Loan

Home Renovation/Home Improvement loan is used to finance if you already own a home but lack the funds to renovate your home, a home improvement loan can help. With this loan, you can improve your home like repairs, replacement, painting etc.

Home loan Top Up

Top up loans are taken in order to finance take additional amount on existing home loan during the repayment tenure based on your eligibility. You can avail this option any time during the tenure.

Features of Home Loan

Choose your amount and Tenure

Get Loan up to 80% (may be 90%) based on the customer repayment capacity,home loan tenures allow easy repayment options to the borrower. Banks provide Home loans for 30 Years subject to the age of retirement.

Applicable for Individuals or Joint

Home Loans can be applied by individual or jointly. Proposed owners of the property will have to be co-applicants. However, the co-applicants need not be co-owners

Best Interest Rates for Women Borrowers

Some Banks offers special interest rates for women borrowers compared to others.

Income Tax Benefit:

Principal repayment under section 80c – Principal can be claimed up to the maximum of Rs. 150,000 under Section 80C. This is subject to the maximum level of Rs 200,000 across all 80C investments. Home loan interest repayment under Section 24 -Interest can be claimed as a deduction under Section 24. You can claim up to Rs. 2,00,000 or the actual interest repaid whichever is lower. This is only allowed when you live in that house.

Home loan- Eligibility

  • 21 years of age for salaried individuals and 25 for self employed
  • 58 years of age for salaried individuals and 65 for self employed
  • Resident Indian/NRI
  • Rs 15,000
  • Salaried/ Self-employed professionals and nonprofessionals
  • *These are general terms only. Policy norms vary from bank to bank and customer to customer.
  • Down payment and repayment of loan :
    Banks require the borrower to fund at least 20% of the entire loan amount as the down payment.
    Home Loans are repaid through Equated Monthly Installments (EMIs) that comprise both the principal and interest.
  • PAN Card, Passport, Driving License, Voter ID, Aadhar Card.
  • PAN Card, Passport, Driving License, Bank Verification Form.
  • Passport, Driving License, Voter ID, Aadhar Card,Mobile/Land line Bill, Rental Agreement, Gas Bond with Bill, Sale Deed, Property Tax,Electricity Bill, Aadhar Card.
  • 6 Months Bank statement.
  • Latest 3 Months Payslips.
  • Company 3 years ITR's- Saral copy, Computation of Income, Profit and Loss Account, Balance Sheet with Schedules.
  • Business Registration certificate, Business Continuity Proof,OD/CC Sanction Letter.
  • Company PAN Card, Individual ITR's, Patnership Deed, Provisional or VAT return copies along with VAT Certificate Copy, OD/CC Sanction Letter.
  • Company PAN Card, Individual ITR's, MOA/AOA, Share holding Pattern, Board Resolution.
  • Sale Deed Copy/Agreement Of Sale, 15 Years Link Documents, 15 Years Encumbrance Certificate, Municipal Sanction Plan, Latest Property Tax Receipt (incase of resale property) and Vendor Pan Card, LRS required for plot loans, Layout copy for plot loans.
  • One Photograph.

Frequently Ask Questions

Buying your first house on a loan comes with multiple tax benefits. These deductions not only reduce your tax outgo but also help in managing your cash flows better.Here are all the deductions you can claim when you take a home loan:

1) Deduction on interest: If you are paying EMIs for a home loan you took to buy a house, the interest component in the EMI can be claimed as deduction. You must be both an owner and a co-borrower (in the loan) to claim tax benefits. This deduction can be claimed starting the year in which the construction of the house is completed. Suppose the construction of your house was completed on August 30, 2016, you can claim deduction for interest for the entire 12 months in financial year 2017-18. So every year a maximum of Rs.s 2 lakh can be claimed for a house that you use for your own residence. If your house is rented, the entire interest for the year can be claimed as deduction.The interest payments for the year shall result in a loss under the head ‘income from house property’. This loss can be adjusted against in the same year against other heads of income in your income tax return including salary. Therefore, it reduces your total taxable income and the tax you pay thereon. Assuming your interest outgo for financial year 2014-15 for a house you use for your own residence is Rss. 1.8 lakh, income under the head salary is Rss. 8.5 lakh, income from other sources (interest income) is Rs.s 52,000 and your loss from house property is Rss. 1.8 lakh.In such a case, your total taxable income will be Rs.s 8,50,000 + Rs.s 52,000 – Rs.s 1,80,000 = Rs.s 7.22 lakh.

2) Deduction on principal repayment: The component of your EMI which goes towards principal is eligible to be claimed under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act. You can sum up the outgo for the year towards principal and claim it. A maximum of Rss. 1.5 lakh can be claimed as deduction under Section 80C.

3) Deduction on stamp duty and registration charges: Besides the deduction allowed on principal repayment, payment made towards stamp duty and registration charges are also allowed to be claimed under Section 80C. However, these can only be claimed in the year in which these were paid.

4) Deduction on pre-construction interest: While deduction for interest can be claimed starting the financial year in which the construction is completed, you can also start claiming pre-construction interest from the same year. You need to add up the entire pre-construction interest and claim it in five equal installments. The total deduction, however, should not exceed Rss. 2 lakh when the house is being used by you for your own residence.

5) Deduction under Section 80EE: This section has been inserted to provide tax benefit to first time home owners where value of the house is Rs. 40 lakh or less and the amount of loan taken is Rs. 25 lakh or less. To be able to claim this deduction, the loan should have been sanctioned between April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017. A maximum deduction of Rs.s 1 lakh is available under this section and can be claimed in financial years 2016-17 and 2017-18 spread over these two years or in any one year. The total deduction allowed under Section 80EE cannot exceed Rss. 1 lakh. This section lapses in the current financial year 2018-19. So, if you meet all the conditions laid out in Section 80EE, do remember to claim the deduction while filing your tax returns for financial year 2017-18.

A:It is not required to finalize the property if you can get pre-approval eligibility. It is valid for 6 months from the date of approval.
A: Fees are essentially costs to be borne by you in addition to the interest on the loan. The fees may be one-time fees or periodic fees (such as quarterly fees) and may depend on the loan amount. The different fees are Processing Fees, Administrative Fees, Prepayment Fees/Penalty etc.

Yes Tax benefits are applicable.Principal repayment under section 80c – Principal can be claimed up to the maximum of Rs. 150,000 under Section 80C. This is subject to the maximum level of Rs 200,000 across all 80C investments. Home loan interest repayment under Section 24 -Interest can be claimed as a deduction under Section 24. You can claim up to Rs. 2,00,000 or the actual interest repaid whichever is lower

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