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About Loan Against Property

    Need Money? Use your property to fulfil your needs and desires. Get funds for your personal needs from A Bank Loan Against Property. It is simple and hassle free with speedy approvals, competitive rates, easy process and minimum paperwork.

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Eligibility for Loan Against Property

  • Applicant should be a resident of India
  • Applicant should be at least 18 years of age to be considered eligible for the loan
  • Applicant’s age should not exceed 75 years at the time of loan maturity
  • Minimum tenure for which Home Loan can be availed is one year
  • Maximum tenure for which Home Loan can be availed is 20 years
  • Minimum loan amount that can be provided is Rs 2 lakh

Features of Loan Against Property

  • Attractive rate of interest
  • Available for non-income proof customers
  • Flexible home loan scheme
  • Easy, minimal documentation
  • Doorstep servicing for a convenient banking experience
  • No hidden charges
  • Choice of tenure
  • Free and safe document storage
  • Easily available in rural India

List of Documents

Purpose Documents
Identity, age and address proof 1. Valid Passport
2. Voter ID Card
3. Aadhaar Card
4. PAN card
5. Valid Driving License
For the complete list of acceptable KYC documents, please contact nearest AU Bank branch
Income proof Salaried
1. Salary Slips/ Bank Statements/ Form-16
2. Salary Certificate (cash salaried cases)
Self-Employed
1. IT Returns and/ or Financial Statements of last 3 years and/ or
2. Informal Income Documents
Other documents 1. Application form with photograph duly signed
2. Processing fee cheque
3. Proof of business existence
4. Last 6 months bank statements
Property related documents 1. Title deeds of the plot
2. Proof of no encumbrances on the property
3. Construction estimate by an architect/ civil engineer
Please go through the Schedule of Charges for further details.
 
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