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Home financing solutions for NRIs by Standard Chartered Bank

The right banking partner for home financing solutions for NRIs - Standard Chartered

Home financing solutions for NRIs by Standard Chartered Bank

Home loan solutions for NRIs

The right banking partner for home financing solutions for NRIs

Home financing options for NRIs by Standard Chartered Bank

Homes are not just four walls. A home is the unravelling of our life-long dreams to have our own address. For Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), they represent a place of culture, roots and a sense of belonging. When you decide to do something with your home, it is important to partner with the right banking partner who will provide an unmatched level of service at affordable financial terms. Let’s have a look at the home financing options for NRI by Standard Chartered Bank.

NRI Home Loans

It is important to select the right housing loan product that is suited to your needs. Trust Standard Chartered Bank to offer you a wide array of choices. Our housing loans for NRIs offer great savings, no hidden charges, and a loan for every one of your needs. You can use an NRI home loan for purchasing a constructed flat/house. You can take the NRI home loan for buying an under – construction flat and also opt for a home extension and renovation loan.

They are a growing tribe of NRIs working as white collared professionals and our NRI home loans are best suited for such salaried individuals. They offer you a choice of tenure from 5 years to 16 years at attractive NRI home loan interest rates. Click here to know more.

Refinance it

If you are stuck with a high-cost home loan, don’t worry ,you have Standard Chartered by your side. You can refinance your loan and join the Standard Chartered Bank’s home loan family. All you need to do is provide  a few documents and transfer your existing high-interest loan to a lower interest Standard Chartered Bank home loan. 


Our HomeSaver product is a unique and a value adding offering along with the Home Loan that allows you to offset interest on your deposits. With Standard Chartered Bank’s HomeSaver, you can pay off your home loan much sooner and at a much lower interest cost depending on the deposit that is maintained in your HomesSaver account. Click here to know more.

Loan Against Property (LAP)

The Standard Chartered Loan Against Property (LAP) is also a great home financing option where your property can take care of your personal and family’s needs. The Loan Against Property acts like a multi-purpose loan. It can easily be taken against your residential or commercial property in India. Click here to know more.

Interested in taking a housing loan against your property? You can get in touch with us via Phonebanking or write to us at India.Mortgage@standardchartered.com, or visit our Branches.


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