Apply for a Home Loan Online with Bajaj Housing Finance Limited and Get Free Amazon Gift Certificate – ThePrint


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Pune (Maharashtra) [India], July 17 (ANI / NewsView): Bajaj Housing Finance Limited (BHFL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bajaj Finance Limited, offers Amazon gift certificates worth up to Rs 10,000 to clients applying for a home loan through their website.

This limited-time offer is valid until July 22, 2021 and extends to all new customers applying for a home loan on the BHFL website. Customers can get vouchers by simply filling out the home loan application form on the BHFL website.

About the Exclusive Amazon Gift Certificate for Customers Applying for a Home Loan Online

To be able to receive Amazon Gift Certificates, customers must complete the online loan application form on the BHFL website. Additionally, applicants must meet the two conditions below to qualify.

* They must apply between June 21, 2021 and July 22, 2021

* The mortgage must be disbursed before August 30, 2021

Loan seekers who borrow up to Rs 50 lakh will receive an Amazon gift voucher worth Rs 5,000, while those opting for a penalty above Rs 50 lakh will receive a voucher of Rs 10,000.

Reasons to apply for a home loan from Bajaj Housing Finance Limited (BHFL)

Bajaj Housing Finance Limited offers high value loans at attractive interest rates with several borrower friendly features serving as a one stop solution for all real estate finance needs. The lender offers a competitive interest rate on home loans starting at 6.75 percent, allowing borrowers to purchase their dream home at an affordable price.

the Bajaj Housing finance Home loan offers value-added features such as easy online account management and hassle-free loan processing. Plus, a straightforward application process and home facility for document collection make it the perfect deal for housing finance.

Applicants only need to meet basic eligibility criteria and provide minimal documentation to apply. Once the digital processes are in place, clients can avail the mortgage online and get a digital sanction letter within minutes of applying. The letter is valid for six months, making it easier for home buyers to finalize the property of their choice.

In addition, borrowers can also easily transfer existing loans from their current lenders to Bajaj Housing Finance Limited and get a high value add-on loan. The main advantage here is that the top-up loan is not subject to any end-use restrictions. Applicants can use the amount to fund major expenses such as a renovation or even a vacation.

Bajaj Housing Finance home loan offers value-added features such as easy online account management and hassle-free loan processing. Plus, a straightforward application process and home facility for document collection make it the perfect deal for housing finance.

Applicants only need to meet basic eligibility criteria and provide minimal documentation to apply. Once the digital processes are in place, clients can avail the mortgage online and get a digital sanction letter within minutes of applying. The letter is valid for six months, making it easier for home buyers to finalize the property they want.

In addition, borrowers can also easily transfer existing loans from their current lenders to Bajaj Housing Finance Limited and get a high value add-on loan. The main advantage here is that the top-up loan is not subject to any end-use restrictions. Applicants can use the amount to fund major expenses such as a renovation or even a vacation.

Bajaj Housing Finance Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bajaj Finance Limited headquartered in Pune. It offers a range of financial solutions to individuals and corporations for the purchase of residential and commercial properties. HFC also offers real estate loans, with which borrowers can easily meet their personal and business financial needs.

To learn more, please visit, www.bajajhousingfinance.in.

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