Home Loan in Bhilwara - SBI, HDFC, PNB, Citi, ICICI Bank, All Banks

Home Loan Interest Rates in Bhilwara, Lowest EMI Per Lakhs

Last Updated 04th Dec 2016
Bank Lowest Interest Rate (%) Tenure in Years Lowest EMI Per Lakhs
SBI 9.10% Floating 30 years Rs. 812
ICICI Bank 9.15% Floating 30 years Rs. 815
Axis Bank 9.10% Floating 30 years Rs. 812
HDFC 9.15% Floating 30 years Rs. 815
IDBI Bank 9.30% Floating 30 years Rs. 826
Citibank 9.30% Floating 25 years Rs. 860
DBS Bank 9.20% Floating 20 years Rs. 913
PNB Housing Finance 9.30% Floating 30 years Rs. 826
Indiabulls 9.15% Floating 30 years Rs. 815
DHFL 9.55% Floating 30 years Rs. 845
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Home Loan Bhilwara

  • Home loan options @ 9.10% - 9.2% from Citi, HDFC, ICICI, SBI, IDBI, PNB, Axis, others
  • Lowest interest rates, processing fees on new home loan and home loan takeover
  • Flexi saver home credit facility available – pay interest on net difference on your loan outstanding and bank balance

Bhilwara Home Loan Eligibility

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Who is Eligible People in permanent service in public or private sector. Self employed Business - men, doctors, engineers, dentists, architects, CA, CS, consultants, lawyers
Loan Amount Determined by income, current debt, age, retirement age, number of co-borrowers, maximum loan to value, etc. Determined by income, current debt, age, retirement age, number of co-borrowers, maximum loan to value, etc.
Borrower Age at Time of Sanction Between 21 and 60 (or age of requirement, if lower) Between 21 and 65
Borrower Age at Time of Maturity Upto 60 (or age of requirement, if lower) Upto 65
CIBIL Score, Credit History Typically, a clean CIBIL record with a score above 700 is desirable Typically, a clean CIBIL record with a score above 700 is desirable
Minimum Income Some banks specify minimum income to be eligible for loans Some banks specify minimum income to be eligible for loans
Employment Track Record Typical requirement of at least 2 years in permanent employment and at least 1 year in current organization, but this varies on a case to case and bank to bank basis. Register your query with MyLoanCare to check this in your case. At least 2 years in the same profession with ITR filed
Balance Transfer Minimum 12-18 months’ track record of regular repayment of existing loan Minimum 12-18 months’ track record of regular repayment of existing loan

Home Loan Branches in Bhilwara

Bank Branch
Allahabad Bank BADA MANDIR
Andhra Bank BHILWARA
Axis Bank BHILWARA | NEHRU PLACE BHILWARA
Bank of Baroda AGOOCHA | AMARWASI | ASHA HOLI | ASIND | BAN KA KHEDA | BARUKHEDA | BHADOO | BHAGWANPURA | BHILWARA | BHINDER
Bank of Maharashtra BHILWARA
Canara Bank BHILWARA | BHILWARA SME | ST ANSLEM SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
Corporation Bank BHILWARA
Dena Bank BHILWARA | CHITTORGARH | CHITTORGARH
HDFC Bank BHILWARA | MAHILA URBAN COOP BANK BHILWARA | SABUN MARG | SHAHPURA BHIILWARA | URBAN COOP BANK BHILWARA
ICICI Bank BHUPALGANJ BHILWARA | KACHHOLA | MAHILA ASHRAM | PUR ROAD BHILWARA | SUBHASH NAGAR BHILWARA
IDBI Bank BHILWARA
Indian Bank BHILWARA
Indian Overseas Bank BHILWARA
Karur Vysya Bank BHILWARA
Kotak Bank BHILWARA
PNB ASIND | BAGORE | BHOPAL GANJ | CURRENCY CHEST BACK OFFICE | NAGORI GARDEN | PUR ROAD | SANGANERI GATE
SBI ADB ASIND | ADB HURDA | ADB MANDALGARH | BHILWARA EVENING | BHILWARA MAIN | COMM BHILWARA | DHAMANIA | PATAN | PUR ROAD | RAILA
Syndicate Bank BHILWARA
Union Bank of India BADNORE | BHILWARA | BIGOD | GANDHINAGAR
Vijaya Bank ASHOKA MARG | R C VYAS COLONY
Yes Bank BADDI | RAJSAMAND URBAN COOP BANK BHILWARA

Home Loan Customer Care in Bhilwara, Email

Bank Customer Care Number
HDFC Bank 987-500-3333, loansupport@hdfcbank.com
Citibank 0141-2372484
Kotak Bank 1800-102-6022
ICICI Bank 787-766-7777
SBI 979-933-2211
IndusInd Bank 1860-500-5004/ 022-44066666, reachus@indusind.com
PNB Housing Finance 1800-120-8800, loans@pnbhousing.com
Yes Bank 1800-2000, yestouch@yesbank.in
Indiabulls 0141-3055777, homeloans@indiabulls.com
Allahabad Bank 0141-2741334, customercare@allahabadbank.in
HDFC 987-508-8888
Indian Bank 1800-425-00-000
Standard Chartered Bank 0141-6601444/ 0141-3940444, customer.care@sc.com
Axis Bank 1800-209-5577
United Bank of India 1800-345-0345
Andhra Bank 1800-425-2905, customerser@andhrabank.co.in
Union Bank of India 1800-208-2244, customercare@unionbankofindia.com
PNB 011-23318130, rad@pnb.co.in
Central Bank of India 1800-200-1911
Bank of India 1800-103-1906/ 022-40919191, ho.customerservice@bankofindia.co.in
Canara Bank 0141-2222744
Capital First 1860-500-9900, customer.care@capitalfirst.com
Catholic Syrian Bank 1800-266-9090/ 0487-2333020
Bank of Baroda 1800-102-4455
Federal Bank 1800-425-1199
Dena Bank 1800-225-740
IDBI Bank 1800-200-1947
Jammu And Kashmir Bank 1800-220-600
Karnataka Bank 0824-2228154
Karur Vysya Bank 1860-200-1916
State Bank of Mysore 1800-425-2244
Vijaya Bank 1800-425-4066
Indian Overseas Bank 1800-425-4445, 044-2851-9490, mdd@iobnet.co.in
HSBC Bank 1800-103-4722
Bank of Maharashtra 1800-102-2636
Dhan Laxmi Bank 1800-425-1747, customercare@dhanbank.co.in
City Union Bank 7299075082, callcenter@cityunionbank.com
DHFL 1800-3000-1919
Punjab and Sind Bank 1800-221-908
South Indian Bank 1800-843-1800
Syndicate Bank 1800-425-0585
State Bank of Patiala 1800-180-2010
Corporation Bank 1800-425-2407, horls@corpbank.co.in
DBS Bank 1800-209-4555
Deutsche Bank 1860-266-6601, customer.care@db.com
Development Credit Bank 1800-209-5363, customercare@dcbbank.com
Lakshmi Vilas Bank 1800-425-2233
OBC 1800-180-1235
Ratnakar Bank 1800-123-8040, customercare@rblbank.com.
State Bank of Travancore 1800-425-7733
UCO Bank 1800-103-0123, customercare.calcutta@ucobank.co.in
Tamilnad Mercantile Bank 1800-425-0426
LIC Housing Finance 1800-440-005, lichousing@lichousing.com
GIC Housing Finance 1800-103-0000
Edelweiss 1800-102-3335, homeedelweissfin.com
Reliance Capital 1800-210-3030
Nainital Bank 05946-2501520
Fullerton India 1800-103-6001
Raas Housing Finance 1800-11-5050, contact@raashfc.com
Tata Capital 1800-209-6060, customercare@tatacapital.com
IIFL 1800-3000-1155
Bajaj Finserv 1800-103-3535
Magma Finance 1800-3002-3202, customercare@magma.co.in
Bandhan Bank 1800-258-8181, loans@bandhanbank.com
Au Financiers 900-111-1333/900-111-1385
Janalakshmi Bank 1800-419-5262
India Shelters 1800-532-4444
Ujjivan 1800-3010-2121
Muthoot 1800-102-1616
Manappuram
IDFC Bank 1800-419-4332, banker@idfcbank.com
Home Loan News - Dec 2016
01st Dec 16 Government plans to launch a home loan scheme for first time borrowers in the upcoming Union Budget 2017
Government and RBI are working jointly to launch a new home loan scheme for first time borrowers. Under the proposed scheme, first time borrowers availing home loan of up to Rs 50 lacs might be able to avail home loan at low interest rates in the range of 6 to 7 percent. The scheme is proposed to be announced in the upcoming Union Budget 2017 scheduled on 1st February, 2017.
27th Nov 16 Demonetisation raises hope of cheaper home loans
Even as the secondary market for houses and developer-built small properties has come to a standstill, banks expect stability to be restored in the property market once home loan interest rates get reduced. Demonetisation is expected to bring in more deposits to banks and give them flexibility in reducing interest rates on various loan products.
23rd Nov 16 Cheaper housing loans for National Pension Subscribers
Housing loans may get cheaper for National Pension Scheme (NPS) subscribers. A committee has been formed under the chairmanship of former CEO of HDFC Life to study the matter. Committee will submit its first report within six weeks of the first meeting that was held on 19th November, 2016.The decision will be taken in consideration that pension and housing are the two important retirement assets.
22nd Nov 16 Loan borrowers to get additional 60 days to repay for bad loans up to Rs. 1 crore
Reserve Bank of India relaxed rules for loan borrowers and provided additional 60 days for repayment of their home, car, property and other loans for repayment due between 1st November and 31st December, 2016. The relaxation will be applicable on term loans such as business loan, personal loan and other secured loans with loan amount up to Rs. 1 crore.
18th Nov 16 Housing Finance sector to face rough path due to demonitisation
Housing Finance sector is one of the sectors that have been badly hit by money demonetisation. Reserve Bank of India is likely to cut rate in December by 50 to 100 basis points. Activity in the home loan sector can be expected to pick up, post reduction in interest rates.
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