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IDBI Bank provides loans to the people for different purposes; such as, Home Loans, Loan against Property, Loan For Commercial Property Purchase, and so on. The customer has the option to choose between these finance options.

 

Things you need to know about before you apply for a home loan

  1. Documents
  2. Home Loan Interest Rates

 

Advantages of IDBI Home Loans

  1. Floating or Fixed interest rates
  2. Home Loan Balance Transfer facility is available with them. That means that the customer can transfer their account from a bank to IDBI Bank and vice versa if they think that the interest rates paid by them are high.
  3. Legal and technical assistance to the applicant during the application process.
  4. Maximum Funding of up to 90% for a home loan amount of 20 Lakhs.
  5. Insurance cover with the housing finance, as a protection against any unfortunate incident.

 

Key Features of IDBI Home Loan

Loan Tenure / Period Rate of Interest (p.a.) Maximum Loan amount
15 to 25 years 10.25% to 11.00% Up to 85 % of property value

 

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

 

Leading Home Loan Providers (Click to Apply)

  1. Axis Bank Home Loan
  2. HDFC Home Loan
  3. SBI Home Loan
  4. Citibank Home Loan
  5. Other Banks

 

Home Loan EMI Calculator Home Loan Interest Rates
Home Loan EMI Calculator Home Loan Interest Rates

 

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