Bajaj Finserv’s festive season offer – affordable home loans at lowest interest rates

New Delhi [India], Sept 9 (ANI-BusinessWire India): Home loan aspirants have another reason to cheer this festival season with cheaper home loan by Bajaj Finserv.

All home loans applicants availing a loan above Rs. 25 lakh will get a 50 percent waiver on the loan processing fee. What makes this proposition more attractive to the home loan applicants is that the 50 percent waiver complements the lowest interest rates on home loan at 8.35 percent on loan amount above Rs.

75 lakh. Bajaj Finance Ltd, the lending and investment arm of Bajaj Finserv, will also offer this waiver to applicants opting for Home loan balance transfer for Rs.

25 lakh and above along with a top-up. This limited period festive offer closes on September 11, 2017. Through this offer, the customers can additionally get a top-up amount on balance transfer that can be used for multiple purposes like renovation or buying new furniture etc.

The top-up value is capped at 50 percent of the total loan amount sanctioned and is available at an attractive rate.

Availing home loans from Bajaj Finserv is an easy and convenient process. Applicants can check their eligibility online and calculate their EMI through the home loan EMI calculator with the flexibility of choosing their tenure.

On fulfilment of the eligibility criteria, the loan is approved within 5 minutes and a representative gets in touch with the customer immediately.

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 and basic documents like identity proof, address proof, income details and bank statement.

Bajaj Finserv has announced an array of lucrative offers for its customers around the festive season. In this period, company has also slashed its personal loan interest rate to 12.49 percent for a loan value of Rs.

12 lakh and above. (ANI-BusinessWire India).

Source: ANI