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Repco Home Finance Limited

(NSE: REPCOHOME)

REPCOHOME

232.6

26.50 (12.86%)

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Price Summary

Today’s High

234.8

Today’s Low

206.3

52 Week's High

234.8

52 Week's Low

206.3

Company Essentials

Market Cap

1112.3 Cr

CASA

0.0

No. Of Shares

6.3 Cr

P/E

7.3

P/B

1.0

Face Value

10.0

Dividend Yeild

0.7

Book Value

329.2

Net Interest Income

NA

Cost to Income

NA

Promoter Holdings

37.1

EPS

46.0

CAR

NA

ROE

15.0

ROCE

9.9

Profit Growth

NA

Peer Comparison

COMPANY

PRICE

MCAP (cr)

P/B

P/E

EPS

ROE

ROCE

NII

Repco Home Finance Limited

208.9

1112

1.0

7.3

46.0

15.0

9.9

NA

GIC Housing Finance Limited

135.3

804

0.5

5.9

19.6

8.1

7.5

NA

Reliance Home Finance Limited

3.15

189

-1.8

0.0

-31.3

-218.6

-7.8

NA

PNB Housing Finance Limited

366.6

6275

0.7

6.8

55.0

11.1

8.7

NA

Home First Finance Company India Limited

928.95

6417

2.9

39.2

11.5

8.7

9.0

NA

Housing & Urban Development Corporation Limited

38

7006

0.7

5.6

7.9

12.4

9.5

NA

FAQ’s on Repco Home Finance Limited

About

Repco Home Finance Ltd (RHFL) is a professionally managed housing finance company, incorporated in April 2000. It is registered as a housing finance company with the National Housing Bank (NHB). The company is operating through many branches and several satellite centres in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Jharkhand, Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Odisha, West Bengal and Puducherry. The mission of RHFL has been to translate into reality the aspirations of people to own a house by covering the market -existing and potential- comprehensively through institutional credit support customized to suit individual needs in a transparent and ethical way.

The salient and unique features of RHFL are innovative loan products, direct customer contact and customer ownership, focus on quality customer servicing, transparency and speed of operations, focus on relatively under-penetrated markets and balanced portfolio mix, robust risk management systems and processes, low cost operations, well recognized brand in south India with an established track record, stable and experienced senior management team. The Company’s products have been developed to suit the needs of different customers.

Business area of the company

The company provides a variety of tailor-made home loan products to individual borrowers in both salaried and non-salaried (self-employed professional and self-employed non-professional) classes to suit various requirements.

Products

‘Repco - Rural’ Home Loans: Loans to Individuals under ‘Weaker Section’ Category in Rural areas for Purchase/Construction/Repairs/renovation/upgradation of house

Dream Home Loan: Housing loans for the purpose of construction or purchase of a residential property.

Home makeover Loan: Loans for the purpose of repairs, renovation, and / or extension/improvement of a residential property.

Plot Loans: Loans for outright purchase of plots for construction of a house thereon.

NRI Housing Loans: Loans to Non-Resident Indians for construction/ purchase of house in India.

Prosperity Loan: Loans against mortgage of immovable property for such purposes as may be desired by the borrower.

New Horizon Loan: Loans for purchase and / or construction of non-residential and commercial property like Marriage Halls, Shopping complex, Office buildings etc.

Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Loan: Loans for construction/purchase of integrated house buildings comprising of some commercial spaces like shops/office spaces combined with residential building with substantial floor space allotted for residential premises.

Fifty Plus Loan: Home loans exclusively to salaried class borrowers who are aged above 50 years in which their loan repayments and disbursements are structured around their retirement / pension income.

Super Loan: Loans for construction (including extensions and additions to existing property) on the land owned by borrower’s parents.

Milestones

  • 2000: Incorporated as Repco Home Finance
  • 2002: Received certificate of registration from NHB
  • 2003: Loan book crossed Rs 1,000 million
  • 2007: Opening of 25th branch
  • 2007: Investment by Carlyle
  • 2007: Loan book crossed Rs 5,000 million
  • 2009: Loan book crossed Rs 10 billion
  • 2009: First branch outside the southern states opened in Pune, Maharashtra
  • 2010: Rated ‘LA+ (stable)’ by ICRA
  • 2010: Opening of 50th branch
  • 2011: Rated ‘A+ (stable)’ by ICRA
  • 2012: Opening of 70th branch
  • 2012: Loan book crossed Rs 30 billion
  • 2014-15: Launch of National Investment and Infrastructure Fund with flow of funds to the tune of Rs. 20,000 crores, which would enable the fund to borrow money and invest equity money in infrastructure finance companies and NHB.
  • 2017-18: Launch of a new Home Loan Scheme Repco Super Delight plus
  • 2019-20: The loan book of the Company as at the end of financial year 2019-20 was Rs. 11826.12 crore as against Rs. 11,036.82 crore in the previous year representing a growth of 7.15%.