Lodha Group has majored in real estate since 1980. The net sales of the group in the year 2017 - 18 was INR 7163 crore. The Lodha Group has successfully delivered a staggering 19,670 homes over the last 2 years (FY 17-18 and FY 18-19), of which 15,800 homes were delivered before time, i.e. every 4 out of 5 homes were delivered before time. Their passion is to create landmarks that meet global standards and epitomize the values of the Lodha brand. Every one of our developments delivers world-class design and uncompromised quality and is benchmarked against the highest standards of service. Due to the uncompromised performance and world-class delivery of the group, they have received several titles across the year such as "The Most Trusted Real Estate Brand in the Country" in 2014, the "Tycoons of Tomorrow" in 2018, and many more.
- The group has completed more than 11,000 projects since it's inception
- Delivered projects for more than 30 years
- Record of delivering homes before time with high construction quality
- Received several awards due to the high quality of projects delivered across the years
- Strong financial strength and high corporate governance
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You can check your home down payment assistance eligibility amount and your home loan eligibility amount using the calculators in the Home Finance section of our website.
No, we don’t advise users to go for any specific project. We perform an independent analysis on all the listed projects. The homebuyer selects a project depending on its unique parameters like preferred city, locality, budget etc.
Any resident Indian within the age group of 25 – 58 years with a stable income and sound credit track record looking to buy a home for their family can apply for the HomeCapital Program. Please note that you can avail HomeCapital’s down payment assistance only if you buy your home in the residential projects listed on our Offerings page.
No. You can avail HomeCapital down payment assistance even without a home loan sanction, provided you undertake to make your balance payments from your own sources or arrange a home loan at a later date.