Loan Against Property EMI (or equated monthly instalment) is a fixed amount of money you pay towards repayment of your property loan every month on a fixed day of the month till your loan is fully paid back.
With now offering loan tenure upto 18 years at attractive interest rates starting is %, your EMI can be as low as Rs. 0 per Rs. one lakh loan amount.
The Loan Against Property EMI comprises of both principal repayment and interest payment. While the EMI amount remains constant, the interest component of keeps reducing and the principal component keeps increasing, except in case of an increase in interest rate on the loan.
Use the above quick and easy tool to easily calculate and compare monthly EMI on Loan Against Property.
Will the Loan Against Property EMI remain constant or change in future? What happens in case of increase or decrease in interest rate?
Typically, the Loan Against Property EMI remains unchanged unless the customer requests for a change and the same is approved by subject to its eligibility conditions (note that nominal charges may apply for effecting a customer initiated change in EMI).
In case the floating rate of interest on your loan increases, will typically keep the EMI constant but increase the loan tenure. So, you will pay the same EMI but for a longer duration. In case the interest rates increase to an extent that the revised loan tenure is more than the maximum permissible by , the bank may increase your EMI amount.
Will Loan Against Property EMI change in case of prepayment?
When you make a prepayment, the outstanding principal amount on your property loan reduces. You may choose to either keep the EMI the same and reduce the loan tenure (enabling you pay off the loan faster) or reduce the EMI and keep the loan tenure unchanged (thus paying lesser amount every month). It is beneficial to keep the EMI constant and reduce the loan tenure as you pay less interest to the bank in this option.
Note that may levy prepayment charges except on floating rate property loans sanctioned to individuals.
State Bank of India is in process of completion of merger with its five associate banks on 1st April, 2017. As per bank sources, loan processing and banking services at associate banks may get disrupted during end of March, 2017. SBI has notified the associate banks to complete disbursements of existing loans across various segments including loan against property, home loan and personal loans by 25th March, 2017.
Realty developers are rapidly shifting their focus from building luxury housing projects to affordable housing projects in order maintain their sales growth and reduce the impact of declining sales volume in other segments of the property market. As per a latest Cushman and Wakefield report, the shift has been witnessed after the government announced favourable guidelines for developers building affordable house units. Some of these guidelines include easing access of loans from banks such as SBI, PNB and HDFC Bank, grant of infrastructural status to affordable housing and reintroduction of RERA Act.
Government of India, in Union Budget 2017 announced various measures to encourage real estate developers operating in the Affordable Housing segment. Some of these measures include grant of infrastructure status to affordable housing, reintroduction of Real Estate Regulations Act and improving availability of housing loans from banks. As a result of these announcements, developers are shifting their focus from building luxury house units to affordable house units to drive sales and mitigate the impact of the overall slowdown in the property market.
Syndicate Bank has announced the auction of land owned by GVK Group in GVK Perambular SEZ Pvt Ltd in Tamil Nadu as a part of recovery of its outstanding loans of Rs. 175 crore. The bank has also issued NOC to HDFC Ltd for ceding on the mortgaged property. HDFC Ltd has also disbursed loans of Rs. 1,075 crore to GVK Group.
Punjab National Bank has identified non- performing loan accounts of Rs. 1,800 across various loan segments such as property loan, personal loan and business loans and is planning to sell these assets to Asset Reconstruction Companies (ARCs) in March 2017. The bank had recovered Rs. 1,600 crore by selling bad debts to ARCs during 2016- 17. PNB has also managed to recover dues of Rs. 937 crore in cash after its asset quality management exercise during the third quarter of FY17.
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