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Federal Bank Loan Against Property

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Apply For Loan Against Property

Purpose:Federal Bank Loan Against Property

Personal needs of lawful nature.

 

Loan Amount:Federal Bank Loan Against Property

Rs 2 Lakhs to Rs 150 Lakhs

 

Eligibility:Federal Bank Loan Against Property

Mnthly-installments for the payment of  loan, including the installments for proposed loan. It  should not be more than 50% of 'gross-salary' or re-payment towards loan should not be greater than 50 % of the last-year’s annual-income. 'Spouse’s income' can be clubbed.

 

Margin: 50% of security value

Period: Maximum 60 months

 

Federal Bank Loan Against Property Interest Rates

 

Mortgage loan

0.50% of the limit

sanctioned with a

minimum of  1000/-.

50% of Normal PF

2% on the balance outstanding or DP

whichever is higher for limits above Rs.2L.

NA

NA

00

2% of

overdue

amount

00

 

Repayment: "Equated Monthly Installments"

Co-obligant: Spouse must join as his/her co-obligant but, In the case of 'spinsters' and 'bachelors', their parents would join as co-obligant.

 

Security: Federal Bank Loan Against Property: 'Un-encumbered property' in the name of borrower or their close relatives but in case of NRIs, their property should be in the name of 'NRI borrower'.

 

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