ALSO READBajaj Finserv slashes home loan interest rate to 8.50 pct in its limited period offer Bajaj Finserv reduces home loan interest rate to 8.50 percent in special offer Bajaj Finserv's festive season offer - affordable home loans at lowest interest rates Bajaj Finserv offers lowest interest rates on home loans Get a gift voucher of up to Rs.15, 000 when you transfer your Home Loan
Bajaj Finserv, through its lending arm, Bajaj Finance Ltd, this festive season will offer lowest interest rate of 8.35 percent on a home loan of Rs. 75lakhs and above. The company is also rewarding personal loan applicants with Amazon vouchers ranging between Rs. 1000 to Rs. 5000.
Applicants opting for a home loan amount of Rs. 50lakhs to 74.99lakhs will enjoy a reduced interest rate of 8.45 percent. Loan amount of Rs. 50lakhs can be availed at 8.50 percent. These rate are available for applicants opting for balance transfer and availing top-up as well. Company will offer these rates between 12th Sept to 18th September 2017.
For personal loan seekers, company has announced gift vouchers for different loan amounts. Loan applicants availing loan amount of Rs. 12lakhs and above will be rewarded with Rs. 5000 Amazon voucher. Similarly, vouchers of Rs. 2000 and Rs. 1000 will be rewarded to applicants availing loan amount of Rs. 8lakh to 11.99lakh and Rs. 5lakh to 7.99lakh respectively.
Bajaj Finserv home loan's benefits
Bajaj Finserv's home loan application process is transparent and convenient wherein the applicant can check their eligibility online and calculate their EMI through the home loan EMI calculator for choosing their tenure.
Three EMI holiday feature by Bajaj Finserv allows customer to start repaying the loan 3 months post the disbursal.
To make the entire loan disbursal process easy for its customers, Bajaj Finserv offers a door step service for collecting the customer's documents as per schedule convenient for the customer. Bajaj Finserv also allows its customers to apply for a home loan with minimum documents like identity proof, address proof, income details and bank statement.
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