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PNB Housing offers EMI step up plan for self-employed loanees

Customers will get 3 step ups while the outstanding amount will be amortised over remaining tenure

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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Finance' self-employed customers, who have taken loan of Rs 50 lakh and above, can now opt to pay lower repayments initially and step it up gradually as increases.

The housing loan financier on Thursday announced the launch of the 'Step Up Programme' for self-employed professionals. It said that the objective is to ease burden on customers as they will be allowed to pay lower equated monthly instalments (EMIs) in initial years of repayment.



"As the grows, the EMIs will increase gradually giving them the opportunity to manage the monthly outflows in a better manner," said in a statement.

Customers will get three step-ups while the outstanding amount will be amortised over the remaining tenure.

"With this facility, we intend to ease their burden and pave ways so that they can fulfil their dream of a home with lot of ease and convenience. With the recent reduction, the markets are conducive for purchase," said Shaji Varghese, Business Head and General Manager,

The company will has extended the step up service for loan against property also.

The service will be applicable to both home loans and loans against property with one loan amount starting from Rs 50 lakh and above.

Maximum tenure for housing loans will be 20 years while for loan against property it will be 15 years, said.

Stock of closed 2.03 per cent up at Rs 1,120.15 on BSE.

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PNB Housing offers EMI step up plan for self-employed loanees

Customers will get 3 step ups while the outstanding amount will be amortised over remaining tenure

Customers will get 3 step ups while the outstanding amount will be amortised over remaining tenure Finance' self-employed customers, who have taken loan of Rs 50 lakh and above, can now opt to pay lower repayments initially and step it up gradually as increases.

The housing loan financier on Thursday announced the launch of the 'Step Up Programme' for self-employed professionals. It said that the objective is to ease burden on customers as they will be allowed to pay lower equated monthly instalments (EMIs) in initial years of repayment.

"As the grows, the EMIs will increase gradually giving them the opportunity to manage the monthly outflows in a better manner," said in a statement.

Customers will get three step-ups while the outstanding amount will be amortised over the remaining tenure.

"With this facility, we intend to ease their burden and pave ways so that they can fulfil their dream of a home with lot of ease and convenience. With the recent reduction, the markets are conducive for purchase," said Shaji Varghese, Business Head and General Manager,

The company will has extended the step up service for loan against property also.

The service will be applicable to both home loans and loans against property with one loan amount starting from Rs 50 lakh and above.

Maximum tenure for housing loans will be 20 years while for loan against property it will be 15 years, said.

Stock of closed 2.03 per cent up at Rs 1,120.15 on BSE.
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PNB Housing offers EMI step up plan for self-employed loanees

Customers will get 3 step ups while the outstanding amount will be amortised over remaining tenure

Finance' self-employed customers, who have taken loan of Rs 50 lakh and above, can now opt to pay lower repayments initially and step it up gradually as increases.

The housing loan financier on Thursday announced the launch of the 'Step Up Programme' for self-employed professionals. It said that the objective is to ease burden on customers as they will be allowed to pay lower equated monthly instalments (EMIs) in initial years of repayment.

"As the grows, the EMIs will increase gradually giving them the opportunity to manage the monthly outflows in a better manner," said in a statement.

Customers will get three step-ups while the outstanding amount will be amortised over the remaining tenure.

"With this facility, we intend to ease their burden and pave ways so that they can fulfil their dream of a home with lot of ease and convenience. With the recent reduction, the markets are conducive for purchase," said Shaji Varghese, Business Head and General Manager,

The company will has extended the step up service for loan against property also.

The service will be applicable to both home loans and loans against property with one loan amount starting from Rs 50 lakh and above.

Maximum tenure for housing loans will be 20 years while for loan against property it will be 15 years, said.

Stock of closed 2.03 per cent up at Rs 1,120.15 on BSE.

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