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  • Axis Bank MCLR

    Axis Bank is one of the most noticeable banks in the country. The bank provides exceptional financial products and services to the public making it one of the most customer centric banks in India. The home loans provided by the bank is provided with notable innovation and economical rates of interest. The base rate, or MCLR Rate of Axis Bank have been constantly reducing over the last few years, giving customers a great deal on loans. Currently headquartered in Mumbai, the bank has grown to be one of the leading banks in the country in terms of growth and network.

    Current Axis Bank MCLR Rate - 2019

    Tenor Axis Bank MCLR Rate
    Overnight 8.50%
    1 month 8.50%
    3 month 8.65%
    6 month 8.80%
    1 year 8.90%
    2 year 9.00%
    3 year 9.05%

    Axis Bank Home Loan Interest Rate

    Axis Bank Home Loan up to Rs.30 lakh can be availed at a floating rate with an interest of 8.90% p.a. The rate of interest applicable on Loan Against Property ranges from 11.25% p.a to 12.35% p.a.

    Axis Bank MCLR Historical Data

    Revised Date Overnight MCLR 1 Month MCLR 3 Months MCLR 6 Months MCLR 1 Year MCLR 2 Year MCLR 3 Year MCLR
    18th Feb, 2019 8.50% p.a. 8.50% p.a. 8.65% p.a. 8.80% p.a. 8.90% p.a. 9.00% p.a. 9.05% p.a.
    18th Jan, 2019 8.50% p.a. 8.50% p.a. 8.65% p.a. 8.75% p.a. 8.85% p.a. 8.95% p.a. 9.00% p.a.
    18th Dec, 2018 8.45% p.a. 8.45% p.a. 8.60% p.a. 8.75% p.a. 8.85% p.a. 8.95% p.a. 9.00% p.a.
    17th Nov, 2018 8.40% p.a. 8.40% p.a. 8.55% p.a. 8.70% p.a. 8.80% p.a. 8.90% p.a. 8.95% p.a.
    18th Oct, 2018 8.25% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.50% p.a. 8.65% p.a. 8.75% p.a. 8.85% p.a. 8.90% p.a.
    18th Sep, 2018 8.20% p.a. 8.20% p.a. 8.45% p.a. 8.60% p.a. 8.70% p.a. 8.80% p.a. 8.85% p.a.
    18th Aug, 2018 8.10% p.a. 8.10% p.a. 8.35% p.a. 8.50% p.a. 8.60% p.a. 8.70% p.a. 8.75% p.a.
    18th Jul, 2018 8.10% p.a. 8.10% p.a. 8.35% p.a. 8.50% p.a. 8.60% p.a. 8.70% p.a. 8.75% p.a.
    18th Jun, 2018 8.10% p.a. 8.10% p.a. 8.35% p.a. 8.50% p.a. 8.60% p.a. 8.70% p.a. 8.75% p.a.
    18th May, 2018 8.00% p.a. 8.00% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.40% p.a. 8.50% p.a. 8.60% p.a. 8.65% p.a.
    18th Apr, 2018 7.85% p.a. 7.85% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.40% p.a. 8.45% p.a. 8.50% p.a.
    17th Mar, 2018 7.85% p.a. 7.85% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.40% p.a. 8.45% p.a. 8.50% p.a.
    17th Feb, 2018 7.85% p.a. 7.85% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.40% p.a. 8.45% p.a. 8.50% p.a.
    18th Jan, 2018 7.85% p.a. 7.85% p.a. 8.05% p.a. 8.20% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.35% p.a. 8.40% p.a.
    18th Dec, 2017 7.80% p.a. 7.80% p.a. 8.00% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.35% p.a.
    18th Nov, 2017 7.80% p.a. 7.80% p.a. 8.00% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.35% p.a.
    18th Oct, 2017 7.80% p.a. 7.80% p.a. 8.00% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.35% p.a.
    18th Sep, 2017 7.80% p.a. 7.80% p.a. 8.00% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.35% p.a.
    18th Aug, 2017 7.80% p.a. 7.80% p.a. 8.00% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.35% p.a.
    18th Jul, 2017 7.80% p.a. 7.80% p.a. 8.00% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.35% p.a.
    17th Jun, 2017 7.80% p.a. 7.80% p.a. 8.00% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.35% p.a.
    18th , May, 2017 7.90% p.a. 7.90% p.a. 8.05% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.35% p.a.
    18th Apr, 2017 7.90% p.a. 7.90% p.a. 8.05% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.35% p.a.
    18th Mar, 2017 7.90% p.a. 7.90% p.a. 8.05% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.35% p.a.
    18th Feb, 2017 7.90% p.a. 7.90% p.a. 8.05% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.35% p.a.
    18th Jan, 2017 7.90% p.a. 7.90% p.a. 8.05% p.a. 8.15% p.a. 8.25% p.a. 8.30% p.a. 8.35% p.a.
    17th Dec, 2016 8.55% p.a. 8.55% p.a. 8.75% p.a. 8.85% p.a. 8.90% p.a. 8.95% p.a. 9.00% p.a.
    18th Nov, 2016 8.65% p.a. 8.70% p.a. 8.90% p.a. 9.00% p.a. 9.05% p.a. 9.10% p.a. 9.15% p.a.
    18th Oct, 2016 8.80% p.a. 8.85% p.a. 9.05% p.a. 9.10% p.a. 9.25% p.a. 9.30% p.a. 9.35% p.a.
    17th Sep, 2016 8.85% p.a. 8.90% p.a. 9.10% p.a. 9.20% p.a. 9.25% p.a. 9.35% p.a. 9.40% p.a.
    18th Aug, 2016 8.85% p.a. 8.90% p.a. 9.10% p.a. 9.20% p.a. 9.25% p.a. 9.35% p.a. 9.40% p.a.
    18th Jul, 2016 8.90% p.a. 8.95% p.a. 9.15% p.a. 9.25% p.a. 9.30% p.a. 9.40% p.a. 9.45% p.a.
    18th Jun, 2016 8.95% p.a. 9.05% p.a. 9.25% p.a. 9.30% p.a. 9.35% p.a. 9.45% p.a. 9.50% p.a.
    13th Apr, 2016 8.95% p.a. 9.05% p.a. 9.25% p.a. 9.30% p.a. 9.35% p.a. 9.45% p.a. 9.50% p.a.

    How to switch from Axis Bank’s Base Rate to MCLR?

    The first thing to keep in mind before switching from base rate to MCLR is the cost of transfer. Banks usually charge a borrower for switching from base rate to MCLR. This fee can range from anywhere between Rs.5,000 and Rs.20,000, depending on the bank. If you only have a few more months of EMI to be paid, consider this before planning to switch to MCLR.

    The most important aspect to keep in mind before making a switch is the current outstanding balance, EMI and the interest cost on transfer of loan to MCLR. Consider the outstanding amount and calculate the interest payable on that amount in base rate and MCLR to work out which will be the more economical alternative.

    If you still manage to save a considerable amount of money after bearing in mind the fees and the new interest rate, it would be a wise decision to switch over to the MCLR system.

    Switching from base rate to MCLR in Axis bank involves the following steps.

    • Request the bank in writing to switch your home loan from the base rate scheme to MCLR
    • After the loan is linked, request the banker to reduce the quantum of your interest. This may include a one-time fee, but the rate of interest payable by you will reduce henceforth

    Axis Bank MCLR FAQ's

    1. Will existing home loan customers who are linked to the FRR//PLR/I-Base based benchmark rate be able to migrate to MCLR?

      All existing customers have an option to switch from the existing system to the MCLR system without considerably changing the operative interest rate on the loan. This would effectively be free of charge and will also be provided instantaneously, with immediate effect.

    2. What is the procedure to change from the FRR//PLR/I-Base based benchmark to MCLR?

      Switching from the FRR//PLR/I-Base based benchmark to MCLR in Axis bank involves the following steps.

      Request the bank in writing to switch your home loan from the base rate scheme to MCLR

      After the loan is linked, request the banker to reduce the quantum of your interest. This may include a one-time fee, but the rate of interest payable by you will reduce henceforth

    3. Will Axis Bank’s MCLR be different from the MCLR that other banks provide?

      Every bank has the liberty to set their own MCLR. This is the base rate, below which a bank may not lend. Therefore, it is possible for different banks to have different MCLRs.

    4. What is Axis Bank’s benchmark MCLR for home loans, and what is the reset period on it?
      • The benchmark MCLR for home loans availed from Axis Bank is the 1 year MCLR rate. The reset period on this will an annual reset.
      • If a loan is partially disbursed and is linked to Base Rate, which benchmark (Base rate OR MCLR)
    5. Would be applicable for subsequent disbursements?

      All existing loans that are linked to the base rate will continue to be linked in the base rate system until complete repayment. All existing borrowers will, however, have the option to shift to the MCLR linked loan at mutually acceptable terms

      Therefore, in the case of partially disbursed loans under the base rate system, even the subsequent disbursements will be linked to the base rate system.

    6. Should you choose link your home loan to 6 months or 12 months MCLR?

      More often than not, it is advisable to opt for the MCLR with a shorter rest period. This is so because interest rates on loans have been falling constantly over the past few years. However, if one speculates the rates of interest to rise in future, it would be advisable to opt for the MCLR with a longer reset period. In short, if you speculate the interest rates to drop, opt for the 6 months MCLR. Whereas, if you speculate the rates of interest to rise, opt for the 12 month MCLR.

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