Fulfill your dream of owning a home with IIFL Home Loans.
"A man travels the world over in a search of what he needs and returns home to find it" - George A. Moore.
A house is the most coveted possession for all. With easy availability of housing loan and with interest rates so low, this dream has become a reality for several people.
The market for large home loans may be limping, but the affordable housing segment is booming and loans below Rs 10 lakh have surged 43% in the last fiscal. The rise in utilization of Rural Housing Fund and Urban Housing Fund is expected to further bolster the trend.
Overall housing loans grew by 23% while home loans above Rs 25 lakh saw a marginal decline of 1% during the last financial year, industry estimates show.
NHB has received Rs 9,000 crore under rural and urban housing fund from RBI, which will go towards building affordable housing.
Under PMAY, it is proposed to build 2 crore houses for urban poor including EWS and LIG in urban areas by 2022.
Moreover, the government has laid a strong foundation for affordable housing and has acknowledged the need for India to respond to the huge demand of affordable housing.
Central Government's announcement of new public private partnerships (PPP) model is also a great positive signal that Government wishes to promote private investments in affordable housing, in line with its vision Housing for All by 2022. This policy envisages eight PPP models including six for promoting affordable housing with private investments using government lands (which will have central assistance per house as CLSS on HL) and two involving private investment using private land (which will have central assistance of Rs 1.5 lakh per house). This is a great step to bring all stakeholders - Government, Developers and Lending Institution at one platform to increase the supply of affordable as well as incentivize the proposed owner of these homes.
As per a report of Cushman & Wakefield, there has been an increase of 10% in the number of units launched for affordable housing sector in year 2017.
Most Indians face a tough time in buying a house due to the vast gap between the demand and supply of houses in affordable sector. In spite of good income and affordability, they don’t get home loans and face rejection.
To help such unreached masses, we, at "IIFL Home Loans" bring forth "Swaraj Home Loans" a scheme which gives freedom from strict income documentation.
Under the government’s Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme for Middle Income Groups, beneficiaries may avail an upfront, maximum interest subsidy of Rs 267,000, Rs 235,000 and Rs 230,000 if household incomes are up to Rs 0.6 million, Rs 1.2 million and Rs 1.8 million per annum respectively. This is for first-time homebuyers and for loans disbursed for a period of one year with effect from January 1, 2017.
With the introduction of The RERA Act, 2017, an increase in demand is expected due to assured accountability and transparency. Under this Act, builders and developers cannot advertise or promote their project without mentioning a RERA registration number. The builders have to provide a 5-year warranty for any defect in the building and he is responsible for any defect in the house.
RERA, once stabilizes, will bring in great relief and support for all falling in its ambit, especially the organized lenders. The cost incurred while approving the project and then further monitoring it would be positively influenced because of the sector formalization.
If we talk about the supply side within the housing industry, the implementation of RERA will not only bring in more transparency and trust amongst the consumers but also streamline the sector in the long run. This will have an impact so deep that the real estate industry will undergo a massive transformation in coming days.
Buying a house on a home loan comes with multiple tax benefits that significantly reduce the tax outgo.
Here are the deductions that can be claimed for home loan:
|Principal||80c||1.5 Lakh||house property should not be sold within 5 years of possession|
|Interest||24b||2 Lakh||loan must be taken for purchase/construction of the new house and the construction must be completed within 5 years from the end of financial year in which loan was taken|
|Interest||80E||50,000||amount of loan taken should be Rs 35 lakh or less and the value of property does not exceed Rs 50 lakh|
|Stamp Duty||80C||1.5 Lakhs||can be claimed only in the year in which these expenses are paid|
Hence, with such positive changes, now is the perfect time to apply for home loan.
Mr. Monu Ratra is the CEO of India Infoline Housing Finance Ltd. Mr Ratra is a veteran in the mortgages industry with nearly two decades of experience. Mr Ratra has been associated with brands like HDFC Ltd., ICICI Bank and Indiabulls Housing. Prior to joining India Infoline Housing Finance Ltd., his last assignment was with Indiabulls HFC as National Business Manager. Mr. Ratra has been a part of the pioneering teams leading various functions to provide excellence through process and quality initiatives, contributing to industry-leading growth. While with the last company, his efforts and vision led to building of a growth sales structure, starting from a scratch, in a start up like environment.
At IIFL Home Loans, Mr. Ratra brings strong focus on developing and delivering customer satisfaction with ease and low turnaround time. Mr Ratra is passionate about building stronger businesses, adapting and aligning company with new technology and digital era, and maintaining everlasting culture of customer centricity.
There are various modes of approaching IIFL. One can use the app, call the Toll free number, visit the branches or visit the website.
There is no upper limit on the amount of loan.
IIFL provides Home Loans from the tenure of 5 years to 30 years.
A single person can take a maximum of 2 Home Loans from IIFL.
The rate of interest is subject to applicant profile, type of property, industry standards and various other parameters.
EMI will start after the full disbursal only. The Pre-EMI, however, starts after first disbursal. Pre-EMI is the payment of only interest portion.
For taking a Home Loan, a customer has to fill up the application form, provide the various documents and provide various proofs to justify the income level. IIFL provides INSTA facility where the loan is instantly sanctioned using the tablet.
The earliest time for a Home Loan sanction is 4 hours. But usually a Home Loan takes a minimum of 48 hours.
The amount paid as principal is allowed as deduction up to Rs 150,000 under 80C.
Also, the interest component is eligible for deduction up to Rs 200,000 under Section 24.
Loans can be applied for before or after selection of property. The loan amounts are sanctioned in principle to let buyers know what amounts they can avail of. This helps them decide their budgets and purchasing power. Actual disbursements are made after satisfactory verification of all necessary documents and completion of specific procedures.
IIFL provides Home Loans across India.
IIFL doesn’t provide loans for properties outside India.
Yes, we offer the facility to switch ROI of the loan.
There are a variety of Home Loans you can benefit from:
EMI refers to the ‘Equated Monthly Installment’ which is the amount you will pay to us on a specific date each month till the loan is repaid in full. The EMI comprises of the principal and interest components.
Market value refers to the estimated amount that is expected to be fetched on the property as per the prevailing market conditions.
No, foreclosure of your loan will have no impact on your CIBIL score. Once the loan is foreclosed the same will be reported to CIBIL as ‘Closed’ along with ’0 (nil) outstanding’.
Security of the loan would generally be security interest on the property being financed by us and / or any other collateral / interim security as may be required by us.
It is extremely important for you to ensure that the title to the property is clear, marketable and free from encumbrance. There should not be any existing mortgage, loan or litigation, which is likely to adversely affect the title to the property.
The ‘Agreement to Sell’ in a property transaction is a legal document executed on a stamp paper that records in writing the understanding between the buyer and the seller and all the details of the property such as area, possession date, price etc.
In many Indian states, the Agreement to Sell is required to be registered by law. We suggest that in your own interest you should register the Agreement
Yes, you can repay the loan ahead of schedule by making lump sum payments towards part or full prepayment, subject to the applicable prepayment charges.
It is in your own interest to get the property insured. It is not mandatory.
Pre EMI is the Interest paid on the Loan Amount availed in part and before the start of the actual EMI. This generally occurs in Self Construction or Construction Stage Linked Disbursals. The EMI doesn't get started till the loan is disbursed in full and hence interest is charged on partially disbursed loan amount only which is Pre-EMI.
The Eligibility of a customer is decided on various parameters. These parameters include Income reported to Income Tax Department, Type of property, Age of the applicant and various others.
Also, we have a program called swaraj where we provide loans to the segment of borrowers whose prime income is in cash.
No. We would only allow you to apply for a joint home loan if the application is co-signed by one or more members of your immediate family. Thus, your friend does not qualify.
Guarantors are required in some specific cases of Home Loans. Thus, it is not mandatory.