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A home loan is the credit provided by a bank, in order for an individual to buy a property. This loan can only be used for the purpose of getting a home. The loan is repaid each month, until the principal is cleared in full along with the interest.
Usually, there are only fixed interest loans available, with monthly repayments on a reducing balance basis. Interest is calculated on a monthly reducing balance as opposed to an annual reducing balance. As the market develops it is likely that adjustable-rate mortgages will be possible.
In order to apply for a home loan simply call into your local bank, or call the customer care line and ask for the home loan department. Applications will then be approved at the sole discretion of the bank in question. A qualified mortgage advisor will be able to assist you in completing the application.
The loan application is straightforward. You will need the original property title deed under your own name, property insurance covering fire, earthquakes, flood, and cyclones, and The Irrevocable General Power of Attorney (IGPA).
Yes, joint application loans are possible, married couples will show the marriage certificate as an evidence to the bank.
Usually it be no more than 70% of the property valuation that can be borrowed, this includes the registration cost.
Home loan EMI (Equated Monthly Installments) is the amount you will repay each period, until the loan is cleared in full. Our home loan calculator will help you calculate much needs to be repaid. When you input the loan amount, the time period, and interest rate, the EMI or bank loan calculator provide how much you need to repay each month.
The monthly EMI will be the sum of the principal amount and interest, divided by the number of months, in which the loan will be repaid. A mortgage calculator can help you out with this.
Home loans are available from large local and international banks such as HSBC, DBH, BRAC, IFIC, DBBL and Bank One. It is also worth checking out if you qualify to get a loan from the Bangladesh House Building Finance Corporation.
Repayments are made in the form of monthly instalments. You can choose the length of the tenure, usually between 5 to 25 years. The amount will be automatically debited from your personal account.
There is usually no maximum allowed for repayment but it is worth contacting a local bank clerk about this.
In most cases the bank will have a partial or early settlement facility, allowing you to pay off the loan as quickly as you desire.