Introduction: To give a boost to the housing scenario in India and to narrow down the margin between the housing

demand and the availability of houses, The National Housing Bank was set up in the year 1988. This was done by keeping in mind that a home seeker though does have a desire for a house but lacks the resources for construction or buying it. To give an enhancement to private housing finance institutions the National Housing Bank came into the picture. It is a principal agency to promote housing finance institutions both at local and regional levels and to provide financial and other support to such institutions. While it is important to keep in mind that the National housing Bank itself does not give loans or finance individuals or a party as such. It is only a corporate body to promote, establish, support or aid the housing finance institutions. The housing finance institutions can be segregated into three categories: - Public Sector Finance - Banks - Private Sector Finance Number of Pages of Project Report: 35 Package Includes: Project Report Project Format: Document (.doc) Table of Contents of Project Report: 1. Introduction 2. Housing Finance Institutions in India - Public Sector Finance - Banks - Private Sector Finance 3. HUDCO (Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited) 4. PNB Housing Financing Ltd. 5. ICICI Home Loan 6. State Bank of India - Housing Finance Scheme for Non-Resident Indians by the SBI 7. HDFC Housing loans for the NRI's Enquiries Bookmark / Share / Save |

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