Dewan Housing Finance Limited (DHFL) Fixed Deposit Interest Rates

Dewan Housing Finance Limited (DHFL) is one of the leading financial services providers in India. It offers a number of fixed deposit plans to its customers. The FD rates and best fixed deposit rates depend upon the market conditions, so these can change. At loanbaba.com, we will tell you about recent DHFL FD rates, FD India schemes of the financial institution, fixed deposit and term deposit FD interest rates for senior citizen and all rates for FD of Dewan Housing Finance Limited.

Below given list shows all the FD periods offered by DHFL and their corresponding rates of interest. The company offers a minimum period of one year and hence the short duration deposits do not fall under its provision.

Here is the updated list of the FD Rates for Regular and Senior Citizen offered by DHFL bank:
Period Regular Rates for FDs(up to amount of one crore rupees) Rates for the FDs of senior citizens(up to amount of one crore rupees)
1 year 8 % p.a. 8.25% p.a.
14 months 8.05% p.a. 8.30% p.a.
2 years 8.05% p.a. 8.30% p.a.
3 years 8.10% p.a. 8.35% p.a.
40 months 8.15% p.a. 8.40% p.a.
4 to 10 years 8.25% p.a. 8.50% p.a.
Dewan Housing Finance Limited FD Rates for Medium Duration FDs (1 to 5 Years)

Medium term FDs offer rate of interest in between 9% p.a. to 9.25% p.a. and have tenure ranging in between one to five years. The peak rate of 9.35% p.a. is featured on the deposits having tenure of three years and four months.

Rates for Long Duration FDs (6 to 10 Years)

Long term deposits offer an interest rate of 9.25% for all FDs having tenure from 6 to 10 years.

FD Rates, India for Senior Citizens

The short term FDs having tenure of one year offers interest rate of 9.25% whereas the ones having tenure of 2 to 3 years offer an interest rate of 9.50%. For a period of three years four months the highest rate of 9.60%.The rate is uniform at 9.50% for fixed deposits having tenure from four years to ten years.

Medium tenure offers attractive and higher interest rates. The above mentioned rates are compounded every six months.

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