SBI has NRI branches in major towns across India providing specialised services such as dedicated Relationship Managers, Personalized Services, Range of NRI Deposit products, Quick NRI Housing & Car Loans, Remittance facility, and E-Z trade (online trading of equities) facility. Here is the list of SBI specialised NRI branch address, convenient contact methods like phone, email, fax including NRI Branch IFSC Code, Swift code and Branch Code.
SBI Bank Home Loan
SBI has introduced "Shaurya Home Loan" featured exclusively for Indian Defense personnel. SBI Shaurya Home Loan reduces burden of servicing EMI under the new schemes as lower EMI would need to be serviced during the post-retirement term. This is because the EMI to be serviced during the post-retirement term are capped at 50% of the current Net Monthly Income (NMI).
SBI has launched "Privilege Home Loan", a new, cheaper and hassle free home loan for employees of Central Govt. and State Govt. including employees of PSB, PSU and others with pensionable service. SBI Privilege Home Loan helps reduced burden of servicing EMI under the new schemes as lower EMI would need to be serviced during the post-retirement term. This is because the EMI to be serviced during the post-retirement term are capped at 50% of the current Net Monthly Income (NMI).
Over recent years, home loan has been witnessing fierce competition in pricing as well as product differentiation. Besides providing the most competitive rates of interest, SBI has introduced "SBI Maxgain", an innovative and feature rich facilities to the generic Home Loan Scheme and have brought about a fair amount of flexibility in key terms and conditions of the Scheme.
Although State Bank Of India (SBI) has implemented a rural housing scheme (Golden Jubilee Rural Housing Finance Scheme of RBI (GJRHFS)) under personal segment, bank has not been able to comprehensively cater to the needs of the farming community and poorest of the poor for Home Loans in view of the peculiarity of the ownership title in rural areas, social habits, type of construction and other related needs not being fully covered under GJRHFS.