Home Loan By DBS Bank

Whether you're a first-time home buyer, investing in your dream home or changing homes - We have the right home loan offering to suit your needs.

 

Special Features of DBS Home Loan:

  • For purchase of ready and under construction property: You can purchase a ready and under construction property from bank approved developers.
  • Attractive Interest rates: The interest rates for Home loans are very attractive and are catered to suit your needs.
  • Easy Home Loan up to INR 5 Crores: No matter, you dream big or small, our home loan has been made easy so that you can fulfil your dreams easily.
  • Flexible payment tenure up to 20 years: It gives you a higher eligibility to pay your tenure.
  • Home loans up to 80% of the property value: For loans up to Rs. 25 lakhs, you need to just pay 20% of the property value, and we shall fund the rest 80%.
  • Flexibility to pay interest only during the construction period: You have the facility to pay only your interest during the construction period.
  • Home Loan for NRIs: Home Loans are available for NRIs also at select countries.

 

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  • Visit any of our branches
  • Call our hotline at 1800 209 4555 / 1800 103 9897 / +91 44 6685 4555

 

FAQ For Home Loan By DBS Bank
1. How do I apply for a DBS India Home Loan?
You can get in touch with us by calling in at our contact centre numbers, or Make an appointment at
http://www.dbs.com/in/personal/default.page, or visit our Branches.
2. What are the documents that I need to submit when I apply for the loan?
The primary documents that have to submitted are: Application form with self attested photograph, Identity, Age &
Residence Proof, Bank Statement, Income Documents, Processing Fee Cheque and Property Papers. There may be
additional documents that are needed, details of which would be given to you at the time of application.
3. What are the maximum and minimum loan amounts that can be availed?
The loan amount can go up to Rs. 5 crore, depending on your repayment capacity, and the city where the loan is
disbursed. The minimum loan amount that can be availed is Rs. 5 lakhs.
4. Who all can be co-applicants on the home loan?
You can include your immediate relatives (spouse, parents, or children) as co-applicants on the loan. Siblings can be coapplicants
if they are co-owners to the property. You also have the option of including proprietor concerns, partnership
firms, private limited companies, and closely held limited companies as co-applicants.
5. What is the amount of processing fees that I have to pay?
Processing fee would vary from 0.25 % - 1.50% of the sanctioned loan amount depending upon the scheme you opt for.
Fees are not refundable.
6. How long does it take to get a sanction for the loan?
After you have given us all the relevant documents, you can get a sanction for the loan within 15 working days, under
normal circumstances.
7. What are my options for repayment?
You can choose among the following options to give repayment instructions: Electronic Clearing System (ECS) / Standing
Instructions on your DBS account
8. If the property is under construction, and I have not taken full disbursal, what options do I have regarding
payment of EMI?
You have the option of paying either pre EMI (interest on the amount of loan disbursed thus far) or full EMI during
this period.
9. How is the interest on my loan calculated?
The interest is calculated on a daily reducing balance and is charged with monthly rests.
10. Having taken a home loan, can I take a top-up loan without offering any additional security?
Yes. Once you have completed six months of repayment on your home loan, we offer you the option of applying for a top
up loan, over and above your existing home loan

 

Terms & conditions apply*

 

This MITC Covers the Following Products:
a. Housing Loans
b.Loans Against Property (“LAP”)
c. Housing Loans / LAP with Flexi Facility
II. Scope and Purpose of the Loan
a. Housing Loans: These are loans that will be sanctioned for the purchase of ready property/under-construction
property, home extension or for replacement of/switchover of a housing loan earlier availed of by the Borrower from
any other bank/financial institution. The Loan will only be sanctioned for the purchase / construction/ extension of
residential property only. Such property must be situated within India.
b. LAP: These are loans that may be sanctioned for various personal or business purposes of the Borrower as may be
acceptable to DBS Bank Ltd. (the “Lender”) which purpose must be specifically described and disclosed to the Lender
at the time of applying for the Loan. Such a Loan is granted against the security of an immovable residential, fully
constructed, and freehold property with a clear and marketable title, situated within India.
c. Housing Loans / LAP with Flexi Facility: The Flexi Facility may be granted additionally by the Lender along with any
of the above described types of Loans (i.e. Housing Loans or LAP) as explained in Paragraph X (Flexi Facility) below.
d. All Loans may be availed of by Indian citizens, NRIs, PIOs, HUFs, companies incorporated in India, sole proprietorships
(the proprietor being an Indian citizen), societies duly registered in India, trusts duly formed/constituted in India,
partnership firms where all partners are Indian citizens, and limited liability partnerships incorporated in India.
III. Interest
The Borrower(s) will be required to pay interest on the Loan as stipulated in the Loan Agreement that will be executed by
and between the Borrower(s) and the Lender. Interest accrues and is calculated on a daily basis on the total outstanding
balance on that day, and is compounded and will be payable monthly, as on the due dates set in the Payment Schedule
provided by the Lender. Interest in the normal course will form a part of the Equated Monthly Installments (EMIs) or PreEMIspayable
by the Borrower(s). Default Interest, additional interest and interest on interest (as payable in accordance with
the terms of the Loan Agreement) will be required to be paid by the Borrower additionally, that is to say, the same would
not be covered as part of the EMIs or Pre-EMIs.
IV. Rate of Interest/Type of Interest and change in Rate of Interest
The Rate of Interest is the rate at which the Lender will compute and apply interest on the Loan.
Rate of Interest may be of 3 types: Fixed Rate of Interest, Floating Rate of Interest, or Hybrid Rate of Interest (being a
combination of Fixed Rate of Interest and Floating Rate of Interest, that is to say that the interest rate would be fixed for a
specific period and floating for the balance tenure of the Loan). Switch from on type of Rate of Interest to another may be
permitted by the Lender, at its sole discretion, subject to such terms and conditions as the Lender may deem fit, including
but not limited to payment of such fees/charges by the Borrower as the Lender may specify. The Floating Rate of Interest is
linked to the Base Rate declared by the Lender which is subject to change from time to time, at the sole discretion of the
Lender. Any change in the Base Rate will result in a change in the Rate of Interest applicable to the Loan. Any such change
will be notified to the Borrower and will apply from the date of such change. The standard reset date for the Floating Rate
of Interest (unless otherwise informed by the Lender to the Borrower) is the 1st of the month following the change in the
Base Rate.
V. Fees and Charges Applicable
All fees and charges applicable to the Borrower(s) may be found in the Schedule of Charges attached to the Loan
Application Form and/or on the official website of the Lender.
Please note that the applicable fees and charges may change from time to time. Such changes will be updated on the
official website of the Lender from time to time.
The Borrower shall indemnify, save, defend and hold harmless the Lender and its officers, directors, employees, from and
against all, direct and indirect, claims, damages, losses, costs and expenses, including attorneys’ fees arising out of any
action, omission, breach or default by the Borrower and/or its employees or agents under or in the course of performing
the Loan Agreement and/or otherwise incurred by the Lender as a result of granting the Loan to the Borrower or in the
course of performance of its obligations under the Loan Agreement.
VI. Default Interest
In the event of payment defaults, the Borrower shall pay to the Lender interest on any overdue amounts i.e. any amounts,
in relation to which payment has not been made on the relevant Due Date, and in case of the occurrence of any other
Event(s) of Default (not for non-payment), the Borrower agrees to pay to the Lender interest on the total Outstanding
Balance, at the rate mentioned specified in the Loan Agreement/Schedule of Charges over and above the applicable
Interest Rate. Default interest shall be calculated daily based on the actual number of days in the year. Without prejudice to the foregoing, and for clarity, if the Lender recalls the Loan or any part thereof, the Borrower shall have to pay Default
Interest on all outstanding principal, interest and other money(s) due and owing to the Lender from the date of recall until
the date of full payment to the Lender.

 

 

Conditions for Disbursement
The Lender may disburse the Loan (or any part thereof), at its discretion, subject to fulfilment of certain conditions
precedent as more particularly mentioned in the Loan Agreement, a few of which are stated below. The full list of
conditions precedent and subsequent are stated in Clauses 3.2 and 3.3 of the Loan Agreement and must be carefully read
by the Borrower(s).
- The Borrower must fulfill the Bank's requirement of creditworthiness
- The Borrower(s) must have executed all necessary security documents in favour of the Lender, and deposited with the
Lender original title deeds to the Property.
- In case of a Housing Loan, the Borrower must pay the entire margin amount (i.e. the difference between the purchase
price and the sanctioned loan amount) before disbursal of the Loan or any part thereof.
- No ‘Events of Default’ (as fully described under Clause 11 of the Loan Agreement) should have happened, which includes
but is not limited to giving of misleading information to the Lender, the Borrower being declared insolvent, a depreciation
in the value of the secured property, and default in duly performing obligation under any other loan or facility availed of
from the Lender by the Borrower.
- The Borrower shall have furnished to/procured for the Lender all necessary documents, undertakings, indemnities,
declarations etc. and done/procured to be done all necessary acts, deeds, etc. as may be required by the Lender.
VIII. Loan Drawdown / Disbursement
The Loan (or any part thereof) may be disbursed by the Lender upon receiving a drawdown request from the Borrower.
The entire Loan Amount should be availed of within the Availability Period specified by the Lender. The loan sanction may
be kept open at the sole discretion of DBS Lender for an additional period of such number of days beyond the Availability
Period as the Lender may at its sole discretion deem fit. The Lender may, at any time, at its sole discretion, recall the Loan(in
whole or part).
The mode and manner of disbursement is left to the sole discretion of the Lender. The disbursement of the Loan or any part
thereof by the Lender may be made to the Borrower, or directly to the developer/builder/construction company
/contractor/seller of the Property, where applicable or any other concerned Person, as the Lender may in its sole discretion
deem fit. In case the Loan being availed of by the Borrower is in replacement/switchover of a housing loan earlier availed
of by the Borrower from another bank/financial institution, the disbursement of the Loan Amount or any part thereof by
the Lender may be made to the Borrower, or directly to such other bank/financial institution, as the Lender may in its sole
discretion deem fit.
IX. Repayment
The Borrower will repay the principal/Loan together with the interest calculated on the reducing principal balance by way
of Equated Monthly Installments or EMIs, if not demanded earlier by the Lender in accordance with the terms of the Loan
Agreement, as stipulated in the Repayment Schedule Agreement or as may otherwise be communicated by the Lender to
the Borrower from time to time,. Provided that the Lender shall be entitled to re-compute and/or modify the amounts
constituting the EMI(s) and the dates for payment thereof by the Borrower on the occurrence of any event which in the
opinion of the Lender necessitates a re-computation/ modification of the same. In the event of any such modification, the
Borrower hereby agrees and undertakes to issue fresh Payment Instruments as the Lender may require. Strict compliance
with the Repayment Schedule as communicated by the Lender from time to time is an essential condition for the grant
of the Loan.
Without prejudice to the general right available to the Lender to vary or amend the Repayment Schedule, from time to
time, the Lender shall be entitled to amend the Repayment Schedule (including without limitation varying the amount of
each PEMI (as applicable) or EMI), in case of:
(a) any change occurring in the Interest Rate applicable to the Loan as per the provisions of the Loan Agreement, to reflect
the change in the Interest Rate; and/or
(b) Disbursement of the Loan Amount in tranches/parts, each time a tranche is disbursed under the Loan.
Consequent to any change in the Floating Interest Rate, the Lender may at its sole discretion, decide not to change the EMI
amount, in which event, in case there is an increase in the Floating Interest Rate, the interest component in an EMI will
increase and the principal component will reduce resulting in an extension of the term of the Loan and vice versa when the
Floating Interest Rate decreases. In the event of any increase in the Floating Interest Rate, and consequential increase in the
EMIs/ PEMIs which are required to be paid by the Borrower, the Borrower shall be required to pay such increased EMI/ PEMI
amount and/or the resultant differential amount as determined by the Lender in its sole discretion and intimated to the
Borrower. The Lender, at its sole discretion but without being bound to do so, may at the request of the Borrower and on
payment of a Repricing Fee by the Borrower permit the Borrower to change the applicable Interest Rate, with effect from a
prospective date acceptable to the Lender. The Repricing Fee shall be determined by the Lender, from time to time, at its
sole discretion. Such Repricing Fee shall be intimated by the Lender every time the Borrower makes a request for change in
the applicable Interest Rate.
The Borrower is required to make payment of the EMIs through Standing Instructions from their account held with
the Lender, or through the Electronic Clearing System (Debit) by setting up a mandate for such payments, through the 

 

National automated Clearing House (NACH) system by setting up mandates for such payments or by providing the Lender
with sets of Post-Dated or Undated Cheques or by such other modes as may be acceptable to the Lender. Such instructions
/mandates/cheques must be executed and delivered to the Lender at such time(s) as may be stipulated by the Lender.
The Borrower shall ensure that the payment instructions/mandate/cheque is honoured and therefore must ensure that:
- Sufficient funds are available in the designated account to be debited;
- No cancel / stop payment have been put on the cheques/payment instruments given towards repayment;
- The Standing Instructions / ECS/NACH Mandate(s)is/are not varied or cancelled without the prior written consent of
the Lender; and
- The designated account to be debited is neither closed not changed without the prior written consent of the Lender;
Failure to ensure the above, resulting in dishonour of the SI/ECS/NACH mandate/cheque will be treated as an Event of
Default in terms of the Loan Agreement and trigger the consequences set out therein for the same. Without prejudice to
the same, such dishonour may also result in exercise by the Lender of criminal remedies as may be available under law.
X. Flexi Facility
Flexi Facility is a facility by which (if the same is granted by the Lender to the Borrower, at its discretion), the Borrower(s)
may open a current account (known as a Flexi Account) with the Lender which will be linked to the Borrower(s)’s loan
account (for Housing Loan or Loan Against Property. At the end of each day any credit remaining in the current account will
be adjusted against the outstanding principal amount in the loan account, thereby reducing the amount of interest due. All
standard terms and conditions applicable to a current account opened with the Lender will also apply to the Flexi Facility, to
the extent not inconsistent. The two accounts will for all practical purposes be treated as one and the same, and a single
statement of dues/statement of account will be issued in respect of the same. Conversion from/to Flexi Facility may be
permitted by the Lender, at its sole discretion, subject to such terms and conditions as the Lender may deem fit, including
but not limited to payment of such fees/charges by the Borrower as the Lender may specify.
XI. Prepayment and Foreclosure
The Borrower(s) may prepay/foreclose the Loan by giving prior notice in writing to the Lender. Such prepayment
/foreclosure shall be subject to the prepayment / foreclosure rules of the Lender, as may be applicable from time to time
and the terms of the Loan Agreement. If prepayment/foreclosure is made by cheque, the prepayment /foreclosure by the
Borrower takes effect/would be deemed to have been made only when the cheque is cleared and the account of the
Lender is credited.
Prepayment / Foreclosure charges if any will be applicable to such prepayment / foreclosure in accordance with the
Schedule of Charges. However, no prepayment / foreclosure charges will be charged on loans where the interest rate is
floating, or loans where the interest rate is hybrid and foreclosure is made after the fixed period (during which the fixed
interest rate applies), where after the floating interest rate becomes applicable,.
XII. Security
The Loan Amount, together with interest, charges, costs, default interest, additional interest, further interest, expenses
and other obligations of the Borrower under the Loan Agreement and other financing documents will be secured by the
following:
a. A first and exclusive mortgage (in the form and manner acceptable to the Lender) over the Property being purchased
with the Loan in case of Housing Loans, or over any other immovable (residential) Property in case of a LAP. The Lender
shall have the right to decide, in its sole discretion, the form, manner, type and the timing of creation of mortgage or
any other security;
b. Giving of a guarantee by a guarantor (either corporate or personal), wherever applicable.
c. Demand promissory note(s);
d. Any additional security (in the form and manner acceptable to the Lender)as required by the Lender.
XIII. Insurance
The Borrower shall, at its sole cost and risk, insure and keep insured the Property against all insurable risks, for such
amounts and such periods as may be required by the Lender, with an insurance company acceptable to the Lender. The
Lender shall be made/named as the sole beneficiary/loss payee under the policy and shall produce evidence thereof to the
Lender. In the event of the Borrower failing to insure the Property to the satisfaction of the Lender, the Lender shall be
entitled to cause the Property to be insured with an insurance company for all risks that the Lender may, in its sole
discretion, deem fit and to debit the insurance charges to the Loan Account of the Borrower.
XIV. Event(s) of Default
Event(s) of Default in terms of the Loan Agreement include inter alia the following:
(a) any default in payment of the Secured Obligations (or any part thereof) on the respective Due Dates.
(b) Use of the Loan Amount, or any part thereof, for any purpose other than the Purpose (as set out in the Loan
Agreement).
(c) Any of the representations, warranties, declarations or statements made by the Borrower, whether under the Loan
Agreement, Security Documents, or any other agreements/documents executed pursuant thereto and/or in the
Application Form or any other information given by  the Borrower being found to be incorrect, false or inaccurate at the
time when they are made or deemed to be made.

 

 

(d) Any breach or default by the Borrower, in performance or observance of any covenant, obligation, term, condition or
undertaking imposed upon or undertaken the Borrower under the Loan Agreement, any of the Security Documents
and/or any other agreements entered into pursuant thereto.
(e) If, in the opinion of the Lender, there is any deterioration or impairment of the Secured Assets, or any part thereof or
any decline or depreciation in the value or market price thereof (whether actual or reasonably anticipated); and/or
(f) Any event or circumstance which in the opinion of the Lender is likely to adversely affect the ability of the Borrower to
repay the Loan and other Secured Obligations in full to the Lender or perform any obligation under the Loan
Agreement, the Security Documents or any related document/agreement.
On the occurrence of any Event of Default as mentioned in the Loan Agreement or any other financing document, the
outstanding principal amount plus the outstanding interest amount plus any other charges, default interest, fees etc.
shall forthwith become due and payable, and the Lender shall be entitled to take such steps as mentioned in the
Loan Agreement or any other financing document, including but not limited to enforcement of security to recover
such dues.
XV. Cross Default and Cross Collateralization
If the Borrower(s) defaults on any other credit/ facility agreement or arrangement with DBS and/or its successors-ininterest
or with any of the affiliates or DBS Group companies (collectively “DBS Group”), the same shall be deemed to be
an Event of Default in terms of the Loan Agreement and the consequences thereof as set out in the Loan Agreement and
other financing documents will follow.
XVI. Reporting
As per the relevant Reserve Bank of India guidelines, the Lender will provide credit information relating to any Borrower
who has availed of a Loan, to the Credit Information Bureau (India) Limited (CIBIL) or any other licensed bureau on a
monthly/periodic basis.
The Borrower(s) should ensure that timely payment of all amounts due/payable in respect of the Loan are duly paid on time
to inter alia avoid any adverse credit history with CIBIL.
XVII. Borrowers and Co-Borrowers
Where the Loan is provided to more than one Borrower, the liability of the Borrower and all Co-Borrowers to repay the
Loan together with all interest, and any / all other charges, fees, default interest, additional interest, further interest and
other monies due/payable, and to observe the terms and conditions of the Loan Agreement, Security Documents, and any
other relevant documents in relation to the Loan, shall at all times be joint and several.
XVIII. Change in Address or Other Details
The Borrower must notify the Lender regarding any change in residential address or any other information supplied to the
Lender in relation to the Loan. The Lender must be immediately intimated of such changes.
XIX. Customer service
For any service related issue, customers can get in touch with the Lender by:
(i) Calling Customer Care numbers provided on our official website.
(ii) Visiting a DBS Bank branch.
(iii) Placing a request online by logging onto our official website: www.dbsbank.com/in.
XX. Customer Grievance Redressal Procedure
If there are instances where the customer is not satisfied with the services provided by the Lender, to highlight such
instances and/or register a complaint, the customer may refer to the grievance redressal policy displayed on our official
website.
XXI. BCSBI Code
DBS Bank is a member of the Banking Codes & Standards Board of India (BCSBI). Please visit the homepage of our website
www.dbsbank.com/in to view the BCSBI code.
XXII. Disclaimer
The terms and conditions set out herein are only an abridged form of the terms and conditions applicable to the Loan
availed/proposed to be availed of by the Borrower from the Lender and do not contain the full provisions of the Loan
Agreement.
The detailed and full terms and conditions are mentioned in the Loan Agreement, a standard format whereof has been
handed over to the Borrower for his perusal, understanding and ready reference.
The Borrower must read the Loan Agreement in its entirety and carefully understand its contents before signing the same,
which will in any event be final and binding on the Borrower and will prevail in case of any discrepancy/inconsistency
between the terms of the MITC and those of the Loan Agreement. The Borrower shall, if required, seek legal advice from
his/her/their/its lawyers to ensure that the Borrower has understood the contents hereof and of the Loan Agreement, and
his/her/their/its obligations hereunder and thereunder and the full consequences of signing the same.

 

 

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