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There are various kinds of loans available in the market. Some are meant to take care of primary needs while, there are others like car loan and travel loan which take care of the growing demands that are secondary in nature. In comparison, a Home Loan, by far, is perceived as being one of the most constructive forms of investment and not as a liability. To know why, read on…
- Economically Weaker Section (EWS) - up to Rs.3,00,000
- Low Income Group (LIG) - between 3,00,001 to Rs.6,00,000
- Middle Income Group - I (MIG - 1) between Rs.6,00,001 to Rs.12,00,000
- Middle Income Group - II (MIG - II) between Rs.12,00,001 to Rs.18,00,000
Think about it. When you stay in a rented house, your outgoing in the form of a rent does not yield an appreciation of the amount you keep paying. Compare it with a Home Loan. After paying all your EMI incessantly over the designated period and when your loan commitment terminates, you have a house that you can call your own. Go ahead. Take every step forward to fulfill your dream of owning a home by procuring a Home Loan.
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