While you are buying or constructing a home, there are a number of things that you have to be aware of related to its financing. The primary aspect is to arrange a loan from a bank or a financial institution. The main amount you have to spend when you take a home loan is the interest rate. This is the money you pay the bank in return for borrowing the money. Along with the interest that you have to pay the bank, there are a number of other costs that burden you while taking a home loan. The following gives a brief list of some of them.

You have to pay some initial amount of money if you take a home loan from any bank. The amount of money you pay depends upon two components borrowing money and financial status.

One has to pay tax to the receiver of revenue for buying a new home and to get registered in his name. In case if one purchases land, he has to pay the value of the land with a transfer duty. If one has to acquire an existing house, he has to pay transfer duty on the value of the land and building.

If you choose to shift into your new home before the registration formalities are complete, then you will have to pay the occupational rent to the seller until the property has been registered.

This is the attorney fees (called ‘transfer fees’) that you pay for a house registered in your name. Then there is also the charge that you have to drive business to the Office for the registration and transfer of tenure in your name. Of course, the amount you pay will depend on the purchase price of the property and the size of your bond. Other costs include municipal rates paid to the local authority.

These contain valuation fees, interim interest and bond beginning fee. A valuation allowance is generally given to a building inspector or appraiser to assess the value of the property and determines if they are consistent with the loan amount requested. There is a bond initiation fee of the bank as a single payment for organizational costs. Then you may want to use a home insurance for the registration of mortgage credit. In fact, some banks even insist on this requirement as a condition for taking the loan. The other type of insurance that banks insist on a borrower’s life insurance. This is basically an extra security to the family of the borrower in case of an unexpected opportunity during the loan period.

It is always good to know fully about the home loan before you accept them. In this way, you will get a good picture of the whole situation and can handle the same without problems.

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