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Home Loan - Features and Benefits

The Bajaj Finserv Home Loan is a one-stop solution for all your housing loan needs. Whether you’re looking to buy or build your first home or simply want to renovate your current home, this feature-rich home loan serves as the perfect partner.

With interest rates starting as low as 8.55%* Onwards, Bajaj Finserv offers home loans of up to Rs.3.5 crore alongside value-added features, making it a truly superior offering. You can choose a flexible tenor of up to 30 years, refinance your existing home loan easily with the Balance Transfer facility, and also avail a high-value Top-Up loan of up to Rs.50 lakh to secure finance for other needs.

To meet all your home finance needs efficiently, apply for this Home Loan today.

Here's a look at different features and benefits of Bajaj home loan:

  • Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna (PMAY)

    Home Loans get more affordable than ever, with assistance from the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna (PMAY) for first-time homeowners. Reduce your Home Loan EMIs with PMAY, by getting a Home Loan at an interest rate of just 6.93%*, and save up to Rs. 2.67 lakh on interest*. Get a Home Loan under PMAY even if your parents own a home, and thus have the chance to become a homeowner yourself.

  • Easy Balance Transfer Facility

    Refinance your existing home loan with Bajaj Finserv, with minimal documentation and faster processing. Apply for home loan transfer, and get a top-up loan at nominal interest rate.

  • Top-up Loan

    Finance your other requirements with a high-value top-up loan over and above your existing housing loan. Get a top-up loan up to Rs. 50 Lakh without any extra documentation, at nominal rate of interest.

  • Property Dossier

    A customised report to guide you through all the legal and financial aspects of being a property owner.

  • Part-prepayment and Foreclosure Facility

    No charges on part-prepayment or foreclosure to make the loan affordable

  • Flexible Tenor

    Flexible tenors ranging up to 240 months, to fit your repayment capacity.

  • Minimal Documentation

    Easy Home Loan eligibility criteria and minimal documentation, to help you get your loan faster

  • Online Account Management

    Online management of your Bajaj Home Loan using our digital customer portal, for your convenience

  • Customised Insurance Schemes

    Customised insurance schemes to protect your family from the burden of repaying the housing loan in case of unforeseen events

When you choose to borrow via the Bajaj Finserv Home Loan, you not only get access to all the above-mentioned features, but also benefit from industry-leading home loan interest rates. Additionally, provisions such as nil part-prepayment or foreclosure fees, interest subsidy for PMAY beneficiaries, and a fully-customised property dossier make this home loan one of the best in the country.

To easily calculate your eligibility for this feature-rich housing loan, use the Home Loan Eligibility Calculator and follow it up with the Home Loan EMI Calculator to know your EMIs. Thereafter, simply fill a short online form to apply.

Home Loan FAQs

What is a home loan and how does it work?

A home loan is a financing solution that you can avail to buy a home with ease. Here, the plot, flat or other property that you are purchasing serves as collateral. However, you can also opt for this loan to renovate, repair or construct a home. Bajaj Finserv offers high-value financing, of up to Rs.3.5 crore, repayable over a lengthy tenor of up to 30 years, at a nominal interest rate. This makes taking a home loan a cost-effective decision.

Once you meet simple eligibility criteria, gather the necessary documents and apply online.

Is a home loan tax deductible?

Yes, home loan is eligible for tax deduction. Home loan tax benefits include Section 80C’s deduction of Rs. 1.5 lakh on the principal repayment and Section 24B’s deduction of Rs.2 lakh on the interest repayment. You can also claim home loan tax deduction for registration fees and stamp duty charges under Section 80C. The Union Budget 2019 specifies an additional deduction of Rs. 1.5 lakh for interest repayment on a loan taken by 31 March, 2020, to purchase a house costing up to Rs. 45 lakh.

Can I get 100% home loan?

As per RBI guidelines, no lender is permitted to offer 100% home financing. You need to make a down payment amounting to 10-20% of the property’s purchase price. Typically, you can obtain up to 80% housing loan financing for your property.

What are the eligibility criteria to get Bajaj Finance home loan?

Via Bajaj Finserv, any Indian national having a good financial profile can get a home loan. The home loan eligibility terms include:

  • Age limit for salaried: 23 to 62 years
  • Age limit for self-employed: 25 to 70 years
  • Minimum CIBIL score: 750
  • Minimum salary: Rs.25,000
  • Work experience for salaried: minimum 3 years
  • Business continuity: minimum 5 years

What is the minimum salary for home loan?

Bajaj Finserv requires you to have a minimum net monthly income of Rs. 25,000 to Rs. 30,000 in order to get a housing loan. In places like Delhi, Gurugram, Mumbai and Thane your salary should be at least Rs. 30,000. In cities like Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Goa you must earn at least Rs. 25,000.

What is the maximum home loan that I can get?

Salaried persons with work experience of 3 years can get a home loan of up to Rs. 3.5 crore and self-employed individuals having a business continuity of 5 years can avail funding up to Rs.5 crore. Use the Housing Loan Eligibility Calculator to know the maximum loan amount based upon your income, tenor, and current obligations.

What are the documents required for home loan?

The documents required for a Home Loan from Bajaj Finserv include:

  • KYC Documents
  • Address proof
  • Identity proof
  • Photograph
  • Form 16/ latest salary slips
  • Bank account statements of the last 6 months
  • Proof of business continuity (for businesspersons, self-employed)

Which home loan is the best: Fixed or floating interest rate?

Both types of home loans have their pros and cons. With a fixed rate home loan, the interest rate remains constant through the tenor, which allow you to forecast EMIs. Pick it when home loan interest rates are low. For floating rate home loans, the interest rate alters basis economic changes and RBI policy decisions. Choose this variant when you expect rates to reduce in the time to come. Additionally, the RBI mandates that you do not need to pay any prepayment or foreclosure charges if you’re an individual borrowing a floating rate home loan.

What are the different types of home loans available in India?

Basis the different requirements for housing loans and varied customer profiles, the types of home loans available in India are –

  • Home construction loan
  • Loan for plot/land purchase
  • Home loan balance transfer
  • Top-up loan
  • Joint home loan
  • Loans under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana scheme
  • Home loan for -
    • Women
    • Government Employees
    • Advocates
    • Bank Employees
    • Private Employees

Which factors affect your home loan eligibility?

Availing a home loan requires an individual to meet eligibility criteria that ensure a borrower’s capacity to repay. The factors that affect eligibility are –

  • A person’s credit score
  • Monthly income
  • Current financial obligations as debt
  • Employment status
  • Age of the applicant
  • Property to be purchased

Can I switch to floating rate from fixed rate during my loan tenure?

Yes, you can switch from a floating rate of interest to fixed rate during the repayment tenor of your housing loan. You need to pay a nominal amount as conversion fee to your lender for switching.

Switching from a floating to fixed rate is best-suited when the market rates are expected to climb up.

Is opting for a home loan worth it?

Opting for a home loan is a smart financial decision for the following reasons –

  • It brings additional financing to fund your housing dreams without affecting the savings.
  • You can choose from several housing loan options as per your requirements.
  • The interest rates are affordable and make loan repayment more convenient.
  • Long tenor allows for repayment towards the loan in easy EMIs.

Can I take 2 home loans at a time?

No, availing two housing loans at a time for the same property is restricted as per the CERSAI. However, individuals can opt for a home loan balance transfer to refinance their existing housing credit at lower rates of interest. The facility comes with the top-up loan facility, an additional loan over and above the existing loan amount. Avail the funds to meet diverse financial necessities with ease.

How to get a home loan with ease?

Proceed with the following steps to avail a home loan with ease.

  • Check your credit reports and rectify errors, if any.
  • Estimate EMIs with a house loan calculator and decide on the loan amount as per repayment capacity.
  • Keep all the necessary documents handy.
  • Compare the available offers for the best housing loan option.
  • Ensure to meet all eligibility before applying.

When does the loan repayment period start?

The repayment period for loans begins immediately after the lender has disbursed the entire home loan amount. However, in cases of partial disbursal, the interest accrued on such disbursed amount is required to be paid as pre-EMI. Full EMI payment including the principal and interest amount starts after full disbursal of the loan.

Is home loan insurance mandatory?

No, It is not mandatory that you take home loan insurance along with your loan. However, you may consider getting an insurance to take care of any liability at a marginal increase in your EMIs.

When do home loan EMIs start?

You start paying your home loan EMI when the disbursement cheque is created. Once you receive the loan amount, you begin paying EMIs as per the EMI cycle. This means if your chosen date for EMI repayment is 5th of a month and you receive the loan on the 28th of the month, then for the first month you pay EMI calculated from the day your home loan was sanctioned to your first EMI date. Next month onwards, you pay regular EMIs on the designated day.

How to apply for a home loan?

To avail a Bajaj home loan, apply online, via SMS or at our branch.

Online Process:

  • Access the online application form.
  • Enter personal, financial and employment-related details.
  • You will get your pre-approved offer.
  • Choose the loan amount with the home loan eligibility calculator.
  • Provide property details.
  • Pay the online secure fee.
  • Upload scanned copies of documents.

SMS Method:

Send 'HLCI' to 9773633633

A Bajaj Finserv representative will contact you with your pre-approved offer. You can also obtain a Home Loan by visiting your nearest Bajaj Finserv branch.

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