No feeling can be better than completing your home loan! Now you completely own your dream home and have no debt attached to it whatsoever. But before it all settles down, you need to complete certain formalities associated with your home loan. You need to obtain certain important documents from the lender including the NOC, property documents, etc.
In this article, let’s understand the importance of NOC and how you can get your home loan NOC certificate.
NOC, also known as the No Objection Certificate, is one of the most crucial documents in home loan closure formalities. NOC is used to lift any restriction. In the case of a home loan, NOC denotes that you have paid all your EMIs and any other charges payable and you do not owe anything to the bank or financial institution against your home loan. It is also popularly known as the No Dues Certificate and is issued by the bank or financial institution to the borrower after the completion of the home loan and payment of all the dues.
As no objection certificate indicates the closure of the loan, it is issued by the lender after all the formalities are fulfilled. Generally, it is sent by post to the borrower and contains all the crucial information regarding the loan like your name, loan account number, date of closing the loan etc. In case you don’t receive the NOC, you can even ask for NOC from your lender.
Most banks and financial institutions now have mobile applications or websites that provide all these features. You can directly visit their website or mobile application, search for the NOC option, and apply for the same.
Every borrower should ensure to obtain home loan NOC certificate from the lender. Following are some of the crucial reasons behind the same:
Getting the no-objection certificate from IIFL Home Loan is quite simple and easy. You can raise a service request directly from the IIFL Home Loan’s website. Click here to visit the website and enter your loan account number. You can then proceed to raise the service request. In case you find it difficult to apply for NOC online, you can also visit your nearest IIFL Home Loan branch. Our executives will complete the entire formalities and process your request as soon as possible.
Once you complete your home loan, finishing the formalities is important to avoid any hassle and legal trouble ahead. Obtaining a home loan no objection certificate is a crucial step to closing your home loan and ensuring that no dues are outstanding and you don’t have to pay anything to the lender, whether now or in the future. If you skip this step, then the lender will still have the right to claim dues from you in the future regarding your home loan. Therefore, you should ensure to obtain your home loan NOC certificate at the earliest.
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Ans: Different lenders have different eligibility criteria for home loans. The common eligibility criteria require the applicant to be a resident of India, aged between 18 years to 75 years and must either be a salaried or self-employed person.
Ans: Home loan documents include identity proofs, address proofs, bank statements, income proofs, and property documents.
Ans: You can obtain a home loan NOC certificate by visiting your nearest bank branch or by applying for the NOC online.
Ans: Yes, you can claim a deduction of principal repayment as well as interest on a home loan under the provisions of income tax laws.
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