Features and Benefits
Apply for higher loan amount with an extended tenure of 30 years to enjoy low EMIs
Vast database of ICICI Bank approved projects
Enjoy faster loan disbursement in projects approved by us
Facility to check your Home Loan status on the go
Hassle-free disbursement with minimal documentation
Calculate Home Loan EMI
Buying a house is a dream for many and involves a lot of
financial planning. ICICI Bank Home Loans makes it simpler
for those who want to realise this dream.
With our Express Home Loans platform you can now get
digital sanction of your Home Loan at attractive rate of interest
in just few simple steps.
Frequently Asked Questions
You can apply for ICICI Bank Home Loan through our website www.icicibank.com or visit the nearest ICICI Bank branch.
Banks and financial institutions, in general, calculate Equated Monthly Instalment (EMI) of a Home Loan through a common mathematical formula. Hence, EMI is calculated basis loan amount, tenure and interest rate. Bank will take the outstanding loan amount at the end of each month and multiply it by the interest rate that applies to your loan, then divide that amount by 12. To calculate Home Loan EMI, click here
Funds provided to an individual / entity for purchase construction extension or renovation of a residential property is called a Home Loan.
Documents required for applying for Home Loan are loan application form, address proof, identify proof and your financial documents. To know more click here
Home Loan eligibility is calculated after considering various factors including monthly income, fixed monthly obligation, current age, retirement age, etc. Your Home Loan eligibility can also be considered as an indicator of your Home Loan affordability. To check your eligibility, click here
Under floating rate of interest, loans are linked to benchmark rate. Hence, whenever bank increases or decreases the benchmark rate, the interest rates of the loans will fluctuate and accordingly the EMI or tenure of the loan will increase or decrease.
A fixed rate of interest on a loan would mean that the interest rate of the loan would remain fixed throughout the tenure of the loan and hence, the EMI of the loan would remain fixed.
Yes, you can claim deductions in your income tax return against principal and interest payments that you make towards repayment of your Home Loans. The type and amount of income tax deduction available against repayment of Home Loan is governed by applicable Income Tax Laws of Government of India