Haridwar Loan Against Property Interest Rates Mar 2017

Current Interest Rates on Loans on Residential Property in Haridwar

Last Updated 25th Mar 2017
Bank Lowest Interest Rate (%) Tenure in Years Lowest EMI Per Lakhs
Citibank 9.50% Floating 15 years Rs. 1,044
ICICI Bank 10.25% Floating 15 years Rs. 1,090
Axis Bank 11.00% Floating 15 years Rs. 1,137
HDFC 10.00% Floating 15 years Rs. 1,075
IndusInd Bank 10.25% Floating 15 years Rs. 1,090
PNB Housing Finance 10.50% Floating 15 years Rs. 1,105
DBS Bank 9.50% Floating 10 years Rs. 1,294
IDBI Bank 10.55% Floating 15 years Rs. 1,109
DHFL 12.00% Floating 15 years Rs. 1,200
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Loan Against Property News - Mar 2017
17th Mar 17 Ahead of merger, loan processing at associate banks may get delayed
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.
17th Mar 17 Developers turn to build value homes to beat the slowdown in real estate
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.
17th Mar 17 Affordable housing emerges as the focus area for real estate developers
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.
11th Mar 17 Syndicate Bank to auction land of GVK group to recover outstanding loans
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.
10th Mar 17 PNB plans to sell bad loans of Rs. 1,800 crore to ARC in March, 2017
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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