Nothing beats the joy of having your own home, which is why we help you find the perfect one. If you are an agriculturist looking for a dream home in the rural or in urban areas, we make it easy to fulfill your dream. Based on the agricultural land you own and the crops you cultivate, HDFC Bank's Rural Housing Finance provides you with the Home Loan perfectly suited to fit your needs. We also offer Home Loans to salaried and self-employed individuals wishing for a space of their own in their home town or village.
Salaried / Self Employed
Adding Co-Applicant helps in maximizing the loan amount.
Adding Women Co-Owner helps in getting better interest rate.
All co-applicants need not be co-owners. Generally co-applicants are close family members.
Specially designed loans to Agriculturists, Planters, Horticulturists, Dairy Farmers for purchasing an under construction / new / existing residential property in the rural and urban areas.
HDFC Bank will determine your Home Loan Eligibility largely by your income and repayment capacity. Other important factors include your age, qualification, number of dependants, your spouse's income (if any), assets & liabilities, savings history and the stability & continuity of occupation.
EMI refers to the ‘Equated Monthly Installment’ which is the amount you will pay to us on a specific date each month till the loan is repaid in full. The EMI comprises of the principal and interest components which are structured in a way that in the initial years of your loan, the interest component is much larger than the principal component, while towards the latter half of the loan, the principal component is much larger.
You can apply for a Home Loan at any time once you have decided to purchase or construct a property, even if you have not selected the property or the construction has not commenced.
‘Own Contribution’ is the total cost of the property less HDFC Bank home loan.
For your convenience, HDFC Bank offers various modes for repayment of your house loan. You may issue standing instructions to your banker to pay the installments through ECS (Electronic Clearing System), opt for direct deduction of monthly installments by your employer or issue post-dated cheques from your salary account.