PNB Housing Finance Limited Home Loan

PNB Housing Finance Limited Home Loan
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PNB Housing Finance Limited (PNBHFL) is a registered housing finance company with National Housing Bank (NHB). PNBHFL excels in providing a complete bouquet of services to customers to meet their Home Loan needs with Ease of applying for a loan with branches spread across India. PNBHFL provides an extensive range of home loan products like Home Purchase Loans, Home Construction Loans, Home Extension Loans, Home Improvement Loans and Plot Loans. PNBHFL give robust service delivery model door step services ensuring easy and fast approval & disbursal of loans. On BankBazaar, you can apply for a PNBHFL home loan and get e-approved in minutes.


You’re probably eligible for an PNBHFL Home Loan if you are

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PNBHFL Home Loan Minimum Age

At least 21 years old

PNBHFL Home Loan Maximum Age

Less than 60 or 65 years old

PNBHFL Home Loan Eligible Employment Type

Salaried or self-employed
with regular income

PNBHFL Home Loan Minimum Income

Earn more than the minimum
income required


Your PNBHFL Home Loan amount eligibility is based on these factors

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PNBHFL Home Loan Minimum Salary

Earn more than the minimum
income required

PNBHFL Home Loan Maximum Loan to property value

Loan capped @ 80% to 85% of property value

PNBHFL Home Loan EMI

EMIs of other loans lower
your eligibility


Increase your eligible PNBHFL Home Loan amount by these steps

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PNBHFL Home Loan Add Spouse as Co-applicant

Make your spouse a co-applicant,
and her income will add
to your eligibility

PNBHFL Home Loan Maximum Tenure

Choose longer tenure loan up to 30 years

PNBHFL Home Loan Add parents as Co-applicant

Alternatively add your parents


Documentation needed to apply for an PNBHFL Home Loan

  • 1. Signed application form with photograph
  • 2. ID and residence proof
  • 3. Processing fee Cheque
  • 4. Latest bank statements
  • 5. Documentation for salaried applicants:
    • Last 3 years Income Tax Returns with computation of Income
    • Last 3 years CA Certified / Audited Balance Sheet and Profit & Loss Account
  • 6. Documentation for self-employed applicants:

    • latest income tax returns
    • latest comupation of income

PNBHFL Home Loan Interest RatesUpdated on 03 Sep 2014

PNBHFL Home Loan Details
Interest Rate (Monthly reducing balance) 10.50% to 11%
Processing Fees 0.5% of the loan amount or Rs.10,000
Loan Tenure 1 year to 30 years
Partial pre-payment Charges Nil
Pre-closure Charges Nil
Guarantor Requirement Guarantor required

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News about PNB Housing Finance Limited Home Loan

  • Goldman Sachs in deal worth $1.2 bn over US bond claims

    Goldman Sachs has agreed to a settlement worth $1.2 billion to resolve claims that it misled US mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac about risky mortgage securities it sold them before the housing market collapsed in 2007.

    The Federal Housing Finance Agency, which oversees Fannie and Freddie, announced the settlement on Friday with the Wall Street powerhouse.

    New York-based Goldman Sachs sold the securities to the companies between 2005 and 2007. Under the settlement, Goldman is paying $3.15 billion to buy back the securities from Fannie and Freddie.

    The FHFA said the settlement was worth $1.2 billion because of the difference between what Goldman is paying and the current value of the securities. That means Goldman is paying $1.2 billion more than what the securities are now worth.Read more

    Sun, Aug 24, '14

  • Aadhar Housing aims to disburse Rs 600 crore new loans in FY15

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    Plans are in accordance with the state govt’s plans to construct 22 lakh new homes

    Vadodara: Mumbai-based Aadhar Housing Finance is looking at fresh loan disbursements to the tune of Rs 600 crore this fiscal for affordable housing, including to those from the lower income group across Gujarat.
    These plans are in accordance with the state government's plans to construct 22 lakh new homes in the next four years. Speaking to reporters here yesterday, Harshil Mehta, MD & CEO said the company's loan portfolio is expected to grow to over Rs 1,000 crore by the end of this fiscal. "While new loans will be to the tune of Rs 600 crore, our portfolio size would over Rs 1,000 crore," he added. Mehta said the company was organising road shows in Vadodara, Surat, Ahmedabad and Rajkot beginning this weekend where a van office called "Azadi Express" will move through vantage locations in each of these cities to provide spot sanction of home loans.
    "Gujarat is a high-potential state for low-cost housing with the state government recently introducing the affordable housing policy and that is why we decided on moving this van office to give freedom to common man from rented homes," he said. We chose Gujarat for the "Azadi Express" van office despite having established strong presence in nine states of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Orissa, Bihar, West Bengal, Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is due to Gujarat's enterprising population that it has witnessed considerable growth in per capita income, said Mehta. Aadhar will establish offices next in 20 states across the country by 2015-16, he said. Aadhar Housing Finance Ltd is set up jointly by Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Ltd (DHFCL) and International Finance Corporation (IFC).
    Aadhar focuses on providing home loans upto a maximum up to Rs 12 lakh. It has provided financing options to over 11,000 families across the country. It operates mostly in Tier-III and Tier-IV cities.

    Read more

    Sat, Aug 9, '14

  • No record of loans to 66 societies: CAG

    In a startling revelation, the Comptroller and Auditor General has found that the city administration’s cooperative societies department does not have data base of 66 societies to whom it had given loans and 121 other non-government societies in which it had invested in the share capital in the past.

    These disclosures have been made in a CAG report which was recently presented in the Parliament. Of the 5,558 societies, the audit report said the department had no database of 66 societies. The CAG said: “Registrar did not maintain year-wise details of Registered Co-operative Societies. No action was initiated against societies which failed to submit their audited accounts, to contribute to the cooperative education fund, to hold annual general meeting, to file annual return, to hold elections etc.”

    The report pointed out that the Delhi Cooperative Housing Finance Corporation Limited, registered in August 1970, in which the department had invested `0.26 crore did not exist in the database. “Further, there were 1,784 societies (1,063 active and 721 inactive) for which the date of registration was marked as January 1, 1974 and no physical records were available with the department. In the absence of any record of such societies, the mechanism adopted to monitor the functions performed by these 1,063 societies by the department could not be ensured in the audit.”

    In its reply to the CAG in December 2013, the department said that all the societies to whom it had either given loans or invested capital had been identified and a compiled list had been supplied to all zonal in-charges for taking recovery action in the matter. But the CAG said only a few societies were found regular in submitting their annual; reports and assurance could not be drawn whether 3,822 societies shown as active in the data base, were actually functioning.

    The audit said: “A society which is non-functional for three consecutive years is required to be categorised as defunct. A total number of 415 cooperative societies were non-functional for three consecutive years during 2009-10 to 2011-12, but were not categorised as defunct during 2012-13. As a result, the data bank of registered societies, maintained by the department does not reflect a true picture.”

    The CAG said that cooperative societies which did not submit audited accounts ranged from 59 to 64.23 per cent of the total active societies.

    Read more

    Mon, Aug 4, '14

  • SBI cuts rates for home loans over Rs.75 lakh

    State Bank of India, on Tuesday, slashed its home loan rates by 0.15 percentage points for loan seekers of Rs.75 lakh and above with effect from August 26. “It has now been decided to off...Read more

    Tue, Aug 26, '14

  • No joy for consumers: Car and home loans won't be cheaper

    RBI in its bimonthly monetary policy statement on Tuesday left the repo rate, or the rate at which it lends money to banks for short-term, unchanged at 8 per cent.Read more

    Wed, Aug 6, '14


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    PNB Housing Finance Limited: It was good the response was good and the customer service executive who came to collect the documents explained me process in a polite way and they could customize the loan process to suite my requirement and the whole process got completed with in a month.

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    I have recently transferred my balance of home loan from LIC housing finance to PNB. I received an email from PNB stating there was an offer of home loan for 10 years with fixed rate of interest. On seeing this advertisement I had made my enquiry online. One of the PNB executive called me from Noida and arranged a meeting with the nearest branch people. The representative from PNB has done everything including the documents and made the loan disbursed within 7 days. Rate of interest was 10.75% fixed for 10 years.

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