06th Dec 16 Home loan securitization market to remain robust despite demonetization
CRISIL, a leading credit rating agency, has kept a positive outlook on home loan securitization in the post demonetisation market scenario. Mortgage backed securities with their long tenures and low delinquency rates are expected to continue attracting long term investors. Volumes in mortgage backed securities have already touched Rs. 19,000 crore in first half of 2016-17, significantly higher than the annual volumes of Rs. 15,000 crore registered in 2014-15.
06th Dec 16 Mortgage loan firms may seek margin money on LAP if realty prices crash
Mortgage firms may start seeking margin money on loan against property as they expect a slowdown in real estate market and fall in property prices. LAP segment is vulnerable to defaults in the existing market, given prevailing high Loan to Value (LTV) ratios, large ticket size lending and presence of loan products that calculate borrower loan eligibility based on the estimated cash flows of borrowers. Lenders are expected to reduce LTV ratio for new LAP loan by 5 to 10 per cent to address the additional risks in the segment.
06th Dec 16 JM Financial Products completes stake buy in India Home Loan
JM Financial Products, a subsidiary of JM Financial Limited, has completed an acquisition of 24.5 percent stake in India Home Loan Limited. The company has acquired 1,500,000 shares through preferential allotment route. India Home Loan provides home loan to individuals and families in the affordable housing segment.
05th Dec 16 NBFCs faces rough phase in its LAP segment
Loan against property (LAP) segment of NBFCs has been facing growth crises post demonetisation. The growth rate of business is expected to fall to 15 to 20 percent in this financial year as compared to 22 to 24 percent two years ago. CRISIL, leading credit rating company prospects an increase in loan delinquencies to 2.7 percent in March, 2017 as compared to 1.9 percent a year ago.
05th Dec 16 IDFC Bank reduces its home loan rates by 10 basis points
IDFC Bank has reduced its simple home loan rate by 10 bps to 9.15 percent from 9.25 percent earlier. Revised short and sweet home loan rate has been reduced to 9.30 percent from 9.40 percent earlier. Home loan rate of IDFC Bank depends on six month MCLR rate which currently stands at 9 percent. The rates are effective from 1st December, 2016.
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