ApnaLoanBazaar Main Menu

Personal Loan +

Personal Loan +

Home Loan +

Home Loan +

Business Loan +

Business Loan +

Mortgage Loan +

Mortgage Loan +

Doctor Loan +

Doctor Loan +

Credit Card +

Credit Card +

Educational Loan +

Educational Loan +

Basic Financial Tools +
Basic Financial Tools +

Resources +
Resources +

Apna Loan Bazaar +
Apna Loan Bazaar +

Axis Bank Mortgage Loan

Interest Rate starts from 11.40%

Axis Bank Mortgage Loan Interest rates

Please Find the Detailed Axis Bank Mortgage Loan Interest Rates

75,00,000 Aboveupto To 75,00,000
Commercial Properties11.40%11.50%
Industrial Properties12.00%12.50%
Residential Properties11.40%11.50%

Loan To Value (LTV) For Axis Bank Mortgage Loan

Please Find the Detailed Margin Money Details For Axis Bank Mortgage Loan
75,00,000 Aboveupto To 75,00,000
Commercial Properties55.00%60.00%
Industrial Properties50.00%50.00%
Residential Properties75.00%80.00%

Features of Axis Bank Mortgage Loan

Please Find the Detailed Features of Axis Bank Mortgage Loan
Type Features
Processing Fee1.0%
Pre Closure ChargesNon Individual - 2%
Part Payment ChargesAllowed
Min Tenure5 Years
Max Tenure15 Years
Min Age24 Years
Max Age60 Years
Min Loan AmountRs.2,00,000/-
Max Loan AmountRs.5,00,00,000/-

Axis Bank Mortgage Loan Charges

Please Find the Detailed Axis Bank Mortgage Loan Charges
Type Charges
Penal Interest@24% Per Annum
Duplicate Statement ChargesRs. 250/- per instance
Insurance CoverUpto Loan Amount
Inspection ChargesFree
Legal Opinion Valuation ChargesFree
Bounce Cheque ChargesRs 500/- per instance
Photocopy DocumentsRs 250/- per document set
C I B I L Report Issuance ChargesRs. 50/-
Charge For Exchanging E C S MandateRs. 500/-
Repayment Schedule ChargesRs. 250/-
Loan Re Schedulement ChargesRs. 250/-
N O C Issuance ChargesFree

Documentation For Mortgage Loan

  • Filled Application form
  • Identity Proof (PAN CARD)
  • Address Proof
  • Latest 3 months Payslips
  • Job Continuity Proof
  • 2 Passport Size colour Photographs
  • Co-Applicant identity proof, Address Proof
  • Co-Applicant relationship Proof and Photograph
  • 6 months Bank Statements
  • 3 Post Dated Cheques/ECS Mandate
  • Property Related documents
  • Filled Application form
  • Identity Proof
  • Address Proof
  • Last 2 years Income Tax Returns
  • Professional/Self employed existence proof for more than 3 years
  • 2 Passport Size colour Photographs
  • Co-Applicant identity proof, Address Proof
  • Co-Applicant relationship Proof and Photograph
  • 6 months Bank Statements
  • 3 Post Dated Cheques/ECS Mandate
  • Property Related documents
  • Passport
  • Driving License
  • PAN card
  • Photo credit card (with embossed Signature and last two months statement)
  • Banker's sign verification 
  • PAN Card
  • Passport
  • License
  • School leaving certificate
  • Voter card
  • Birth Certificate
  • LIC policy (only for age Proof)
  • Passport
  • Telephone bill (BSNL/MTNL)
  • Electricity bill
  • Title deed of property
  • Rental agreement
  • Driving license
  • Election ID card
  • Photo-credit card (with last two month statements) 
  • Latest salary slip
  • Current dated salary Certificate with latest form 16.
  • Latest year IT Returns with Tax Audit reports(For Self Employed applicants)
  • Form 16
  • Relieving letter
  • Appointment Letter (for last two months)
  • Last 6 months of VAT/Service Tax returns (For Self Employed Applicants)

Axis Bank Mortgage Loan FAQ's

What is the best way to apply for a Loan Against Property from Axis Bank?

"You can start the process of applying for a Mortgage Loan in any of the following ways: • By applying Online with ApnaLoanBazaar, Click Here to Apply or by write a mail to care@apnaloanbazaar.com or calling us on 040 65555578"

What is the turn around time (TAT) for decisioning a Loan Against Property application?

Axis Bank will convey its decision within 15 working days from the date of receipt of the application provided the application is complete in all respects. The computation of 15 days shall starts from the day on which all documents required for a proper appraisal of the application are provided by the Customer to bank.

Why should I opt for a Loan Against Property instead of a Top-up Loan?

"A Loan Against Property (LAP) has many advantages over a Top-up Loan. They include: • A Higher Loan Amount: Typically, an LAP may offer a higher loan amount than a Top-up Loan. • Avail of Different Property: While an LAP can be availed of against a different residential or commercial property than the one for which the loan was originally taken, a Top-up Loan may only be taken against the property already in question. This flexibility allows you to both avail of a higher loan amount and spread your liability. • Longer tenure: An LAP can be availed for a long term than a Top-up Loan."

What are the different property types considered under the Loan Against Property scheme?

Axis Bank Loan Against Property can be availed for a self-occupied residence or a commercial property.

What is the minimum and maximum amount of Loan Against Property that I can get?

"At Axis Bank, you can get a Loan Against Property from Rs. 2 lakhs to Rs. 500 lakhs. Some of the factors we consider when deciding a loan amount are: • The property’s registration • The property’s market value • Your requirement and eligibility • Your income and repayment capacity"

Can I get an overdraft against my property?

Yes! An Axis Bank Loan Against Property can be availed of either as a Term Loan with an EMI repayment option or as a Drop-line Overdraft Facility.

I am an NRI. Can I get a Loan Against Property?

Yes! Axis Bank provides LAPs for salaried NRI customers.

What documents do I need to submit along with my application for an Axis Bank Loan Against Property?

"Along with your application you need to submit the following documents : • Proof of residence • Proof of identity • Certified/latest financial documents • Copies of all property documents"

Whom should I contact for the List of Documents I have submitted in support of my Axis Bank Loan Against Property?

"You may get the List of Documents in either of the following ways: • By calling any of Axis Bank toll free numbers: 1800 233 5577 or 1800 209 5577 or 1800 103 5577. • By using your registered email id to write to Axis Bank at: loans@axisbank.com "

Do I need to pay a fee to avail a Loan Against Property?

"Yes, banks charge a non-refundable processing fee for every LAP application. The processing charge to avail of an Axis Bank Loan Against Property is up to 1% of the loan amount plus service tax as applicable."

How will my Equated Monthly Installment (EMI) be calculated?

"The EMI consists of the principal amount and the interest on the principal amount. It is calculated by taking into account the loan amount, the time frame for repaying the loan and the interest rate on the borrowed sum. The EMI may be subject to change when interest rate changes or a part-payment of the Loan is made. Every month, part of the EMI is adjusted towards the interest payable and the balance is adjusted towards repayment of the principal."

When is my EMI due?

The EMI will be due on a fixed date each month. You will be notified of this date when your loan amount is disbursed.

How do I keep track of my Axis Bank Loan Against Property? For example, how do I get my statements and repayment schedules?

"You may place request for Statement of Acccount or Repayment Schedule or Interest Certificate in either of the following ways: • By calling Axis Bank Call Center at any of these toll free numbers: 1800 233 5577 or 1800 209 5577 or 1800 103 5577. • By using your registered email id to write to Axis Bank at: loans@axisbank.com"

Can I make a part-prepayment towards my Axis Bank Home Loan? Will any charge be applicable?

Yes! After the first quarter from the loan disbursal date, you can make a part-prepayment towards your Loan Against Property at your nearest Axis Bank Loan Center.

What are my different options for making my EMI payments? Is there a preferred one?

"You may repay your Axis Bank Loan Against Property in any of the following three ways: • Standing Instruction (SI): This mode can be used if you have an existing savings, salary, or current account with Axis Bank. You may wish to open a savings account with Axis Bank to use this option. Your EMI amount will be debited automatically at the end of the monthly cycle from the Axis Bank account you specify. • Electronic Clearing Service (ECS): This mode can be used if you have a non-Axis Bank account and would like your EMIs to be debited automatically at the end of the monthly cycle from this account. • Post-Dated Cheques (PDCs) : You can submit post-dated EMI cheques from a non-Axis Bank account at your nearest Axis Bank Loan Center. A fresh set of PDCs will have to be submitted in a timely manner. Please note Post Dated Cheques will be collected non-ECS locations only. *Axis Bank recommend that you opt for either the SI or ECS mode of payment as they are both faster and less prone to error than the use of PDCs."

How do I update my mobile number and the email address registered under my Loan Against Property account?

"You may update your mobile number and email address in either of the following ways: • By calling any of Axis Bank toll free numbers: 1800 233 5577 or 1800 209 5577 or 1800 103 5577. • By using your registered email id to write to Axis Bank at: loans@axisbank.com"

How do I foreclose my Loan Against Property? Will there be any charge for the foreclosure?

"Before process a foreclosure, all outstanding dues must be cleared. So Axis Bank request you to first check for and clear any remaining amount that may be payable towards your Loan Against Property Loan by requesting a foreclosure statement from your nearest Axis Bank Loan Center. Once all outstanding dues have been cleared, please submit a foreclosure request at the Loan Center for processing your request."

How soon after the foreclosure will I get back my original property documents?

Once your loan account is closed, you may collect your property documents after 16 days from your nearest Axis Bank Loan Center.

About Axis Bank

Axis Bank Limited provides a suite of corporate and retail banking products. The Bank operates through four segments: Treasury, Retail Banking, Corporate/Wholesale Banking and Other Banking Business. Its Treasury operations include investments in sovereign and corporate debt, equity and mutual funds, trading operations, derivative trading and foreign exchange operations on the proprietary account and for customers.

Its Retail Banking constitutes lending to individuals/small businesses and activities include liability products, card services, Internet banking, mobile banking and financial advisory services among others. Its Corporate/Wholesale Banking includes corporate relationships not included under Retail Banking, corporate advisory services, placements and syndication, project appraisals, capital market related services and cash management services. Its Other Banking Business includes para banking activities, such as third-party product distribution and other banking transactions.

Axis Bank Highlights

'Best Loyalty Program of the year',  9th Loyalty Awards 2016
Best Security among Private Sector Banks in India by DSCI, 2015
'Best Audit Committee' by Asian Centre for Corporate Governance & Sustainability, 2015
Innovation in Social Pay-Aegis Graham Bell Awards 2015
Best Domestic Bank in India- Asiamoney Best Banks 2015
No. 1 Promising Banking Brand of 2015, ET Best Brands 2015

Mortgage Loan Can Be Used For Many Purposes Like Below

For Business Expansion

Accelerate the Business Growth

For Acquiring New Technology

For Construct a New Block

for setting up a new Factory

Setting up a new branch

To Pay off the other Loans

To Procure the More Stock

Things Keep In Mind While Avail a Mortgage Loan

A mortgage is actually made up of several parts – the collateral you used to secure the loan, your principal and interest payments and insurance.

Since most mortgages last 10 to 15 years of monthly payments, you should understand the how exactly it will works for you.

Type of Collateral You Are Offering

1) Residential Properties:
Properties are used for the residence purpose usually called as residential properties. Independent houses, flats, villas are commonly considered as residential properties. Financial institutions like these properties and offer more LTV (loan to value) offer to the borrower. Since at the time of loan default, residential properties are easy to liquidate in the market and recover the loan amount.
2) Commercial Properties
Properties using for commercial purpose called as commercial properties. Shopping malls, Market area properties and other properties which is located in commercial area is considered as commercial properties. After residential properties, banks will give preference to the commercial properties for loansanction to a borrower. Compare to residential properties, commercial properties are little difficult to liquidate in the market. Hence the LTV of the commercial properties are will in the range of 50%-60% of the property value.
3) Industrial Properties
Properties are located in the govt declared industrial area like SEZ, Industrial zone etc., and a property is having huge infrastructure setup like machinery, which can be used for the business trading, manufacturing or storage of goods considered as industrial properties. Industrial properties liquidity in the market is low, hence the banks provide LTV to these properties are 40%-50% based on the property amenities.

Principal And Interest

The principal is simply the sum of money you borrowed on mortgage.

Interest is what the lender charges you to use the money you borrowed, usually expressed as a percentage called the interest rate.

Principal and interest comprise your monthly payments in a process called amortization, which reduces your debt over a fixed period of time. With amortization, your monthly payments largely go toward paying off the interest in the early years, and gradually reduce the principal later on.

Factors That Affect your Loan Interest Rates

1) Type of Property offered as Mortgage:

Your property will decide the interest rate on your loan. A residential property will attract lesser rate of Interest compare to the Commercial and Industrial properties. Industrial properties will have comparatively higher rate of interest. This is due to the liquidity of the property, when default occurs.

2) Property Legal and Technical Clearance:

Banks will not finance all properties. Banks look into various aspects like locality, usage etc. Property must satisfied by the lender internal policies criteria. For example, sometimes commercial properties built by the borrower basis on the residential approvals from the govt authorities, however actual usage is for commercial purpose. This is a deviation from the lender perspective. These factors will have impact on your loan approvals.

3) Bank-Customer relationship:

If you approach the bank where you already have a bank account and you are a valued customer then banks may give you certain leeway. This mean you can negotiate with the bank for a cheaper interest rate. Most banks agree to give a concession of 0.5-1% on the interest rate.

4) Credit/CIBIL History:

If you have good credit/CIBIL record then banks will definitely award you with a better rate of interest. This means that if you have taken a loan previously and managed to pay it off without defaulting then you will have a high credit/CIBIL score. Apart from the loan the banks also take into account payment of your credit card bill record.

Expert Advice

Best Practices for Mortgage Loan

Try to get a mortgage first, if there are going to be multiple financial obligations popping up in the near future. If you are going to be applying for new credit cards, the inquiry alone can affect your credit score. This will affect your loan processing.
Search in the Market:Before applying the mortgage loan, search for the best lender as per your requirement such as low interest rate, maximum loan tenure and higher LTV etc., this can help you to avoid crucial time and money for the mortgage loan processing.
Get Clarified:Get Clarified on the all the mortgage terms and conditions before put up the application, few of the lender will provide additional option like “Nil Charges” for Pre/Part payments and few Lenders provide the top up on your existing loan based on the good loan track. Get this information clarified from your lender.
Make Timely Payments: Make timely payment on all current debt obligations, including any current mortgage, car, credit card and other bills on time, particularly around the months leading up to the time you get ready to apply for a mortgage. This will ensure that your credit score is at the best mark, scoring you an ideal loan!

Tell the Truth: It may seem unnecessary to be reminded of this, but be as thorough as possible on the loan application. An in-depth analysis of your history will take place during the loan process. Failing to report a debt or misrepresenting your income will raise red flags.
Maintain Your Credit Score: Make on-time payments and make sure your credit score is above average. For mortgage loan the optimum credit score is 720. If you doubt on your credit score, get it online and get rectified before applying for Mortgage Loan.
Be Prepare with the Property Documents: Make sure all the original documents and related link documents of the property to be available to you, this can help the loan processing faster. If anything is missing try to arrange the same before applying the loan. Since Mortgage loan process will happen only after the initial fee prescribed.

Continue to make your mortgage or rent payments on time.

Things not to do for Mortgage Loan

Don’t accept any mortgage documents until you are given a breakdown on costs associated with your mortgage and understand the terms of your loan.
Don’t assume that all mortgage products are the same.
Don’t borrow more than you can afford even if you qualify for more.
Don’t- Close or open any asset accounts or transfer funds between accounts without receiving the correct documentation required for your loan.
Don’t - Change your legal name if you are a self employed.
Don’t - Alter any documents in any way.
Don’t change the bank accounts or banks unless advised

Mortgage Loans Vs Lease Rental Discounting

Lease Rental Discounting Mortgage Loan
Lease Rental Discounting (LRD) will be based on the actual rental you are receiving on the property. Mortgage loans will be provided based on already owned property.
There is no restriction on LRD loan usage. It can be used for any purpose. There is no restriction on mortgage loan usage. It can be used for any purpose.
Lease Rental Discounting (LRD) will be provided for max of 10 years, However it depends on the rental agreement Tenure. Mortgage loans will be restricted to max of 10 years of term, which will be varying from bank to bank in India.
Interest rate will be very from 11.00% to max of 15.00% based on the bank to bank. Generally Lease Rental Discounting (LRD) will be fixed interest loans. Interest rate will be very from 10.5 % to max of 15% based on the bank to bank. Generally mortgage loans will be fixed interest loans.
The money received from the LRD will be used for any purpose. There is no end use restriction on the amount. If the money received from a mortgage loan is used for business purposes, the interest can be claimed as an expense on the balance sheet of the business.
Loan can be availed up to max of Rs. 20.0 Cr under Lease Rental Discounting (LRD). Mortgage Loans can be avail up to Rs. 30.0 Cr based on the type of property and its usage and value of property and eligibility of applicants as per banks norms.
There will be pre payment changes will be applicable for Lease Rental Discounting (LRD). This will be vary from 1% to 4% as per bank internal guidelines. There will be pre payment changes will be applicable for mortgage loans. This will be vary from 1% to 3% as per bank internal guidelines.
Part/Pre Payments will be allowed based on the internal policies of the banks for Lease Rental Discounting (LRD). Part/Prepayment will be allowed as per bank internal policies for Mortgage loans.
Lease Rental Discounting (LRD) eligibility depends on the type of tenant and credibility of tenant. Mortgage loans also avail with the joint eligibility as company and director or blood relatives.
Banks can consider 90% of the Lease Rental value as repayment for loan under the Lease Rental Discounting (LRD) . In Mortgage Loan max of 65% property value can avail as a Loan based on the type of property.
You can avail a top loan facility on your Lease Rental Discounting (LRD). Top up facility will be varying from bank to bank internal guidelines.
26-07-2017, 17:10
National Payments Corporation of India Said, Digital Transactions in all co-operative banks by March 2018
The National Payments Corporation of India said all co-operative banks in the country would be part of digital transactions by march 2018
Read More
21-07-2017, 17:08
ICICI bank offers up to Rs 15 lakh instant personal loan through ATMs
ICICI bank will be selling personal loans of up to Rs 15 lkh through its ATMs that can be availed of by select salaried customers even if they have not previously applied for one ...
Read More
21-07-2017, 17:04
IFC invests Rs 130 crore in Avas financiers
IFC invested Rs 130 crore in Jaipur based Avas financiers to extend home loans to low income consumers in rural and semi urban areas who have little or no access to mortgage financ ...
Read More
20-07-2017, 15:32
Jan Dhan deposits surge to Rs 64,564 Cr
Deposits in Jan Dhan accounts have a high of Rs 64,564 Cr of which over Rs 300 Cr came in the first 7 months of demonetization, the scheme aims bringing hitherto unbanked areas and ...
Read More
19-07-2017, 17:49
HDFC bank Launches digital - only marketing campaign
HDFC bank launched a national digital - only marketing campaign, rein forcing its position as India No. 1 bank in products like credit cards, personal loans and auto loans.
Read More
17-07-2017, 18:26
Only 7 percent rise in transactions through debit and credit cards post demonitisation
Transactions through debit and credit cards rose by merely 7 percent post demonetization, as against a surge of over 23 percent in overall digital transactions
Read More