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  • Allahabad Bank NRI Home Loan

    Allahabad Bank has merged with Indian bank with effect from 1 April 2020. The bank offered the Allahabad Bank offers the AllBank Housing Finance Scheme for NRI/PIO, a home loan scheme designed specifically for non-resident Indians. You can use the loan for a variety of property-related purposes, including construction of house, purchase of house or plot, and renovation of an existing house, among others. You can get a minimum loan of Rs.5 lakh with this financing scheme.

    Interest Rates

    Interest Rates 7.00% to 7.40% p.a.
    Loan Tenure Up to 20 years
    Loan Amount
    • Up to 60 times of gross monthly income subject to monthly income after deduction of EMI for the proposed loan after deductions.
    • Maximum of: Rs.3 crore for repairs and renovations.
    Processing Fees
    • Loan amount up to Rs.1 crore: 0.40% of the loan amount (max. Rs.20,000)
    • Loan amount above Rs.1 crore: 0.20% of the loan amount (max. Rs.50,000)

    Eligibility Criteria

    • Age: Minimum of 21 years and maximum of 60 years.
    • Should be an NRI or PIO (persons of Indian origin holding a foreign passport).
    • Type of employment: Salaried or self-employed individuals staying abroad for a minimum period of 1 year.
    • Minimum income requirement: Rs.3 lakh p.a.

    Documents Required

    Here are the documents that are usually required to process your application:

    • Identity proof
    • Overseas residential address proof
    • Address proof in India
    • Latest salary slips
    • Latest bank statements
    • Profit and loss statements certified by a Chartered Accountant
    • Income Tax Returns proof

    Features of the Loan

    • Loan can be used for a variety of property-related purposes - purchase of flat/land/plot/unfinished house, construction of house, renovation/extension of an existing house.
    • Financing up to 75% of the cost and a maximum LTV (loan-to-value) ratio of 90%, depending on the type of loan and loan amount.
    • Competitive interest rates starting from the MCLR rate of the bank.
    • In case of joint applications – family members including spouse, parents, and children who have an interest in the said property can be co-borrowers of the loan.


    1. How much financing can I get if I want to purchase a plot of land?

      As per the bank’s norms, utilisation of the financing will be restricted to 75% of the total cost of the concerned plot or 60% of the sanctioned amount.

    2. If I want to make a joint application, can my co-borrower be an NRI/PIO?

      No, your co-applicant has to be a resident of India to qualify as a joint borrower.

    3. Is there any moratorium period?

      For construction of a new house, the moratorium period is 18 months from the first disbursement. For other scenarios, it’s 3 months after the last disbursement. Note that you have to pay interest during the moratorium period.

    4. What’s the mode of repayment?

      Repayments can be done through normal banking channels. You can use NRE, NRO, or FCNR account to make payments. You could also make payments through your close relatives’ local accounts, or from the rent made from letting out the property.


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