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DHFL or Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Ltd. second company of housing finance provides affordable funds to the lower and middle class group of Indians. They also have tie ups with UAE Exchange through which they provide home loan products in the Gulf countries as well.

 

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Why DHFL Home Loan ?

 

  • Enjoy the exclusive 'Regressive Payment Scheme' if you are a home loan seeker due for retirement within the term of the loan and have applied jointly with an eligible younger co-applicant.
  • Doesn’t ask for Guarantor or Securities. One can have a co-applicant instead of a Guarantor.
  • Loans may be applied for before or after selection of property.

 

DHFL Home Loan: Interest Rates

 

Loan Amount Interest Rates Prepayment Penalties
Up to 15 Lakhs 11%

20% of loan amount can be paid without any charges.

 

15 Lakhs to 30 Lakhs 11.25%
31 Lakhs to 75 Lakhs 11.50%
Above 75 Lakhs 12%

 

Note: DHFL do not provide Home Loan or Loan against Property to B Khata Property.

 

 

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