Bajaj Housing Finance Limited flat-rate processing fee of Rs. 1,999 plus GST extended until November 30, 2021 – ThePrint

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Bajaj Housing Finance Limited

Pune (Maharashtra) [India], Nov. 16 (ANI / NewsView): The festivities with Bajaj Housing Finance Limited continue as the lender announces an extension of its ongoing festive offer of a flat-rate processing fee of Rs. 1,999 * + GST ​​on home loans.

The offer was supposed to expire on November 15, 2021, but you can now enjoy its benefits until November 30, 2021. Interested applicants are advised to note the following:

The offer is applicable on mortgage loans disbursed until December 31, 2021

The offer is only valid on mortgage applications submitted online, via the lender’s official website, until November 30, 2021

The offer is reserved for salaried and professional candidates

The lender’s mortgage application

Bajaj Housing Finance Limited, a 100% subsidiary of Bajaj Finance Limited, offers one of the most competitive mortgage interest rates on the market, starting at 6.70% * pa, for salaried and professional applicants who respond to all their eligibility requests. Their eligibility criteria are straightforward and easy to meet. Applicants with the right credit profile can benefit from these rates.

That’s not all – in light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, the Housing Finance Company has launched a more dynamic edition of its online home loan application journey, pledging to ensure accessibility and ease. unparalleled navigation.

The online home loan form only requires answers to a few questions (as few as 8 *) and can be completed in just 3 steps. Applicants not only benefit from a seamless home loan application process, but they also receive a digital sanction letter in just 10 minutes * at a nominal cost of Rs. 1,999 * + GST ​​(this amount is not the same as the offer ‘Rs. 1,999 * + GST ​​handling fee’). The form also indicates to candidates their CIBIL score and a tailor-made mortgage offer, the basis of eligibility.

Bajaj Housing Finance Limited Home Loans: Main Features and Benefits

The HFC home loan offerings include an array of unique features that are available to their borrowers. Concerned with maximizing feasibility, the lender has many compelling advantages that make their home loans stand out.

Competitive interest rates, from 6.70% * for salaried and professional candidates

IME of cheap home loans, from Rs. 645 / Lakh *, basic eligibility

Access to significant penalties for home loans worth Rs. 5 Crore *, or more for eligible applicants

Industry’s first benchmark-linked home loans, which allow applicants to tie their floating interest rates to an external benchmark such as the RBI repo rate

Simple eligibility criteria with easy-to-follow parameters

Minimal documentation and fast processing, with the amount of your mortgage disbursed within 48 hours * from submission and verification of documents

Easy migration of existing home loans at 6.70% *, with an additional refinancing option of Rs. 1 Crore *, or more, basic eligibility

Flexible repayment options tailored to your financial needs, with loan terms of up to 30 years

No partial repayments, foreclosures or hidden penalties imposed on individuals with home loans tied to floating interest rates

Contactless and social distance home loan application process for online applicants, with the possibility of document collection at home

Possibility to make partial repayments online and access mortgage statements with the lender’s online customer portal

Bajaj Housing Finance Limited is a housing finance company, headquartered in Pune, with operations nationwide. Its main offerings include home loans and mortgages, as well as other financing solutions such as discounting rents.

The lender agrees to offer competitive mortgage interest rates that reduce an individual’s total cost of borrowing while sanctioning a large loan amount if they meet the eligibility criteria. Their Loan-for-Home option also comes with great benefits, such as low interest rates and a quick payout time of just 72 hours * from the time of document submission.

* Baths and conditions of application

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