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One of the most prominent financial services of Solution 4 Finance (S4F) is Home Loan. With the help, assistance and application for Home Loan through S4F, Customers avail their Home Loan from Banks, NBFCs, Private lenders or Private Financers very quickly.
S4F provides Home Loan services through nationalized Banks or private Financers. Some of the Nationalized Banks we have had good relations with are State Bank of India (SBI), Bank of Baroda (Bob), LIC Housing Finance Ltd, PNB (Punjab National Bank), Syndicate Bank, Union Bank of India, UCO Bank, Canara Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Punjab & Sind Bank, Central Bank of India etc. We go for the choice of Home Loan lender / financer as per the choice, profile and preference of the customer.
We support Home Loan from private Banks and Financers like HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, AXIS Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Indusind Bank, TATA Capital, Citibank etc.
S4F also assists and serves customers for their needs on other Home Loan related matters, such as, Home Loan Top Up, Home Loan refinance, Plot Loan, Home Improvement Loan (HIP), Construction Loan, Loan Against Property (LAP), Lal Dora property finance / loan, Unapproved Residential areas’ home loan, Mortgage Loans etc.
Buying a house is perhaps the most fundamental aspiration for most people. In today’s time, making this dream a reality has become really easy, thanks to the variety of Home Loan options available in the market.
We provide Home loan sector 14, Sector 15, Gurgaon. You can find out EMI for home loan using home loan calculator.
So whether it is a first home that you are looking at or the second, whether it is for you and your family to live in or to simply make an investment for the future, Home Loans make it possible. So what exactly is a home loan?
A home loan is a type of loan where the consumer borrows money from a lender, to purchase a residential property and offers the same property to the lender as a security.
Purchase a property within a residential development which is currently under-construction
Purchase a ready property, from a builder or its current owner
Purchase a plot ’ in a private development, from a current owner or from a government development authority
Finance the construction of your house on a plot you already own
Purchase a plot as well as finance the construction of your home on it
Most banks lend as per the under-mentioned grid, provided the borrower can demonstrate the ability to repay the loan amount.
You can apply for a Home Loan even before you begin the search for a property. The bank will look at your income details and give you a pre-sanction on the basis of your income eligibility. This will give you the confidence to decide on the budget that you have for your property buying decision. The final loan amount will of course be determined,
Once you provide the property cost and other details to the bank. They will fund a specific percentage of the property cost, subject to your income eligibility and the balance will be your margin requirement. Also refer the section on – ’How much of the property cost will the bank finance’.
Identify the property you intend to purchase. Determine your Loan Eligibility-Â This differs from lender to lender and depends on various factors like your age, income, profile, past credit performance etc. Just contact Solution 4 Finance and our Home Loan Specialist will help you
check your eligibility across lenders. We will also help you get the best deal.
Apply for the Loan with the lender of your choice by filling the application form of the lender and provide all requisite documents. Our team will meet you at your convenience and help you choose the lender best suited for your requirements, completing all documentation requirements and getting your application logged in with the lender. All this at NO COST to you as our partner banks pay us for our efforts in this regard.
Verification/Credit Appraisal Process- The lender will verify the information and documentation provided along with checking your credit history. The lender can also ask for additional documents during the loan appraisal process.
Legal Document Checking – The lender will do a title search of the property to ensure that the current ownership is valid. This is done either through an in-house legal department or an external legal firm.
Property Valuation – The lender also gets an in-house or independent valuation for the property to determine the loan amount. For large loans, some lenders get 2 valuations done for the same property and could determine the loan amount basis the lower valuation. The valuer will also check if the building meets the approved building norms.
The upkeep of the property is an important factor considered by the valuer and lender. Similarly, the future expected life of the building is normally required to exceed the tenure of the loan sanctioned.
Personal Discussion – The lender will normally meet or speak to the borrower during the loan appraisal process. Some of the aspects that come up during such discussions are :
Details of the property transaction.
Business / job aspects.
Other investments, savings, repayment capability.
Source of own funds for the property purchase.
Loan Offer letter – Post verification and credit appraisal process, the lender sends an offer letter with details like loan amount, tenure, rate of interest and other terms and conditions.
Accept the terms and conditions of the Sanction Letter before proceeding to the next step.
Sign the Loan Agreement and provide repayment instructions.
Disbursal of Loan – Our Mortgage specialist will assist you all the way. No need to worry, as we are just a phone call away at all times.
We will be happy to hear from you even after the loan has been disbursed, if you would like any help or clarification regarding your loan.
What does one need to know about the fine print for Home Loans? Availing a Home Loan is usually a big decision and specially one that will stay with your for a while. So take a moment to consider all possible options and scenarios before choosing your loan and your loan provider.
Use the following mantras and hopefully you will not make any regrettable decisions!
Cheapest isn’t always the best. Do not just go by who is offering the lowest interest rates. The cheapest may not be the best bet for you.
Compare. Check your loan eligibility across multiple institutions and see who is offering you the maximum funds, lowest rates, better pre-payment options, longer tenure, minimum documentation etc.
To fix or to float? Choose the type of interest rate you are going for with caution. Whether to go with a fixed rate or floating rate deal is a decision you need to base on the current market dynamics around interest rates as well as what you expect to happen over the next few years. Our Mortgage Loan specialists will be happy to advise you in this regard.
Assess all costs. The application costs such as application fee, legal fee, title search charges, valuation cost, processing fee, loan agreement stamping charges etc. vary by lender. These are significant expenses and add to the overall cost of the loan. So do not just go by just interest rates. There may be some such expenses which you need to be aware of. We will be happy to guide you all the way.
Know your exit options clearly. Learn about the pre-payment process. On Home Loans the regulators have made partial and full pre-payments free of cost. This is a great help to you, as you can cut your interest cost by making additional repayment as and when you have surplus funds available.
Service before sales. Evaluate the service performance of the lender you are going with. Cheap loans do not always mean good service.
Safety first. Especially in products like home loans where a security is given to the lender, you must ask sufficient questions about the nature and process of storing or retrieving your security documents. Make sure you obtain and keep a copy of the list of documents held by the bank.
The purpose of having a co-applicant to a loan is to be able to club the income of your co-applicant and yourself to get a higher eligibility on your home loan. All property owners need to necessarily be co-applicants on the loan. Other members of ones immediate family may also become co-applicants to a home loan viz. spouses, parents, children& siblings. Where income from a partnership or company is considered, the partners / directors can also become co-applicants, if the policy of the lender allows.
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