Owning a house is a dream for many and Prabhu Bank is always there to help you to realize your dream through Prabhu Home Loan (Prabhu Ghar Karja) scheme.This scheme, we provide loans to Purchase land, land & building, apartment and to construct residential buildings.Prabhu Home Loan is a term loan, designed to cater to the personal financing needs of salaried individuals, self-employed, professionals, and business owners for the above purpose.
Last Updated Date: May 17, 2022
In 2016, after the merger of Grand Bank Nepal Limited, Kist Bank Ltd., Prabhu Bikash Bank Ltd., Gaurishankar Development Bank Ltd. and Zenith Finance Ltd., Prabhu Bank Limited was created. Prabhu Bank Limited has taken part in the A class financial institution status. The mission of Prabhu bank Limited is to become Nepal 's leading commercial bank by providing their customers with the highest quality financial products and services.
Prabhu Bank Limited has undertaken activities such as various deposit schemes, loans and advances, foreign exchange facilities, trade finance, inward / outward remittances, government securities market makers, non-funded services such as issuing guarantees, letters of remittances,, with the goal of supporting individuals, families. Prabhu Bank maintains that it is only when its customers thrive that a bank succeeds.
One of the key aims of the bank is to reach out to ordinary citizens with a host of helpful products and services to ensure their future prosperity. The bank has achieved a considerable degree of success in pursuing this goal within a relatively short period of time, thus building a substantial base of loyal customers.
Financing services by requiring the following documents for the appropriate individuals:
A home loan is an amount of money that an individual borrows from a bank or money lending company at a certain rate of interest to be paid with the EMI every month. The property is taken as a security by the money lending company for the Home Loan. A home mortgage is a loan given by a bank, mortgage company or other financial institution for the purchase of a residence—either a primary residence, a secondary residence, or an investment residence—in contrast to a piece of commercial or industrial property. In a home mortgage, the owner of the property (the borrower) transfers the title to the lender on the condition that the title will be transferred back to the owner once the final loan payment has been made .
To obtain a mortgage, the person seeking the loan must submit an application and information about his or her financial history to a lender, which is done to demonstrate that the borrower is capable of repaying the loan. Sometimes, borrowers look to a mortgage broker for help in choosing a lender.
The process has several steps. First, borrowers might seek to be pre-qualified. Getting pre-qualified involves supplying a bank or lender with your overall financial picture, including your debt, income, and assets. The lender reviews everything and gives you an estimate of how much you can expect to borrow. Getting preapproved is the next step. You must complete an official mortgage application to be preapproved, and you must supply the lender with all the necessary documentation to perform an extensive check on your financial background and current credit rating.
After you've found a residence you want, the final step in the process is a loan commitment, which is only issued by a bank when it has approved you as the borrower, as well as the home in question—meaning that the property is appraised at or above the sales price. When the borrower and the lender have agreed on the terms of the home mortgage, the lender puts a lien on the home as collateral for the loan. This lien gives the lender the right to take possession of the house if the borrower defaults on the repayments.