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Steps to Apply for Home Loan Balance Transfer

  • Highlights

  • A Home Loan Balance Transfer gets you a better deal in terms of services

  • It adjusts the loan tenor as per your needs

  • It also provides you a top-up loan for additional funds

If you feel your home loan EMIs are too high and your loan burden is mounting each day, you need to look for alternatives to reduce your EMI burden.
If you wish to transfer your home loan to Bajaj Finserv, here are the exact steps that will take you through the whole procedure:

Step 1: Inform your existing lender

The first step would be informing your existing lender that you wish to transfer your home loan. You might need to state the reason for transferring the home loan.

Step 2: Negotiation

Your existing lender might get into a negotiation for retaining you as a loan customer. If you have done your cost-savings analysis well, you would know

exactly how much you are saving by transferring your home loan. If the existing lender is not able to match the offer, it is advisable to move on.

Step 3: Request an NOC

You will need to submit an application to your existing lender, asking for a ‘No Objection Certificate’ for your home loan transfer.

Step 4: Additional documents

You will also need a few more documents from your existing lender, like, a letter of consent, a foreclosure letter, your property documents, and the final home loan statement showing your EMIs payment.

Step 5: Cancellation of post-dated cheques and payment of charges

Ensure that you cancel or take back all the post-dated cheques submitted to the existing lender. You will also have to pay the charges, if any, for foreclosing the home loan before time.

Additional Read: How Does A Home Loan Balance Transfer Work

Step 6: Apply for balance transfer online

Once you have all the documents in hand, you can start your home loan balance transfer application online. Just log on to the Bajaj Finserv’s website and start your home loan balance transfer application here.

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Step 7: Submit all the required documents

Bajaj Finserv would ask you for the following documents to apply for a balance transfer:
- Personal and address details
- Income and employment details
- Financial statements
- Property documents
- Clearance letters from the existing letter

Step 8: Work out the best loan offer

Step 9: Get approved

If your eligibility and documents are in alignment with the Bajaj Finserv’s requirements, your home loan balance transfer request would be approved within 5 minutes.

Step 10:Pay off and close the existing loan

Bajaj Finserv will settle your existing home loan by paying off the remaining amount to your old lender.

Step 11:Sign the loan agreement

Once your existing loan is paid off, sign a fresh loan agreement with Bajaj Finserv.

Additional Read: 5 Benefits Of A Home Loan Balance Transfer With Bajaj Finserv

Step 12:Start a fresh home loan with lower rates

That’s it! Now you can start a fresh home loan with the Bajaj Finserv with reduced interest rate and better services.

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