For the past 2 years, this customer has been working at a pump manufacturing company as a daily wage laborer. He earns Rs. 500 per day for his 12 hour shift (8:30 am - 8:30 pm). His brother works as a security guard while his mother works at a local milk company, where her job is to keep a track of the milk vans that are dispatched on a daily basis.
Friday, June 17, 2016
Friday, June 10, 2016
Meet Mr. Barot - an MHFC customer who recently took a Rs. 4 lakh home loan to buy a flat in an affordable housing project.
Mr. Barot sells grains / seeds at a large open ground in Ahmedabad so that the general public can feed pigeons. He sells a variety of grains including jowar, bajra, moong, chana, corn etc. Out of the numerous unique occupation types we see in our home loan applications, Mr. Barot's work is definitely a first.
His wife has been working as a maid in two households for the past 8 years. Together, they earn a monthly income of Rs. 37,000 - they even had enough savings to put a down payment of Rs. 2 lakh on the new flat! (Yes! a 1RK flat in this affordable housing project costed the Barot's Rs. 6 lakh!)
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Paying a rent of Rs. 5500, this customer lives with his wife, three children and brother-in-law. As a tailor, he stitches laces on sarees, while his wife - also a tailor - does embroidery work on sarees & dresses.
Together they earn a monthly income of Rs. 20,000-25,000 per month, sufficient enough for them to pay an EMI on a Rs. 6.6 lakh home loan. Soon, this customer will be moving into an affordable housing project in Surat, Gujarat.
Friday, June 3, 2016
We have some exciting news to share today! We recently sanctioned a Rs. 7 lakh home loan to one of our customers in Surat, Gujarat - who happened to be customer number 10,000! Our loan officer in Surat - Jignesh - can be seen in the picture handing over a box of mithai to the customer.
Like all our customers, Ms. Manju Devi's story is unique in its own way. Her husband was a tempo driver, but after he passed away 6 months ago, Manju took over the mantle of bread earner of the family and started working as a cook.
As a mother of 4, Manju realised that her current rented accommodation was insufficient to secure a future for her children. She booked a flat in an affordable housing project in Surat, which she will pay for with the help of an MHFC loan. Additionally, she is also eligible to receive a subsidy under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana's Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme, a benefit that will help her financially.
We look forward to helping more customers achieve their dream of home ownership as we expand to new states & different products. Thank you for sharing this journey with us & stay tuned for more!