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- How to Get SBI Home Loan Account Statement Online
- How to Get SBI Home Loan Account Statement Offline
- SBI Home Loan Statement
How to Get SBI Home Loan Account Statement Online
For those who prefer to get their SBI home loan account statement online, there are a few options.
The first option is to log into the SBI net banking system. On the home page, select “Account Statement.” From here, you can select the account for which you want the statement. Select the date range for the statement and then click “Get Statement” to receive the statement instantly.
You can also use the SBI YONO app to view your loan statement. On the app, select “Loans” from the home page. Here, you can select the account for which you want to view the statement. From the loan details page, select the “Account Statement” option. You can then select the date range for the statement and view or download it.
Finally, if you are registered for SBI SMS banking, you can request your home loan statement via SMS. To do this, send an SMS containing the keyword “Home loan” to the number 9223766666. The statement will then be sent to your registered mobile number.
How to Get SBI Home Loan Account Statement Offline
For those who prefer to get their SBI home loan account statement offline, there are also several options.
The first option is to visit your SBI home loan branch and ask for a statement. To do this, you will need to provide your loan number and documents for identification. The statement will then be printed for you at the branch.
You can also contact the SBI customer care number – 1860 180 1290 – and ask for a statement. After providing your loan details and documents for identification, they will arrange to send you the statement.
Finally, you can write to SBI to request a statement. You will need to write to the home loan branch where you opened your loan, including your full name, loan account number, and date range for the statement. SBI will then send you the statement by post.
SBI Home Loan Statement
Your SBI home loan statement will include basic information about your loan, such as the loan amount, interest rate, repayment schedule, and payment history. It will also include any fees, taxes, and other charges associated with your loan.
It is important to regularly check your loan statement to make sure that the information is correct and up to date. If you find any discrepancies or errors, contact SBI immediately to have them corrected.