State Bank of India (SBI) on Wednesday said it has crossed the ₹5 trillion-mark in its home loan business segment. The State Bank of India (REHBU) unit of the bank has now grown five times in the last 10 years with an asset under management (AUM) of ₹89,000 crore in 2011 which has increased to ₹5 trillion in 2021.
"This extraordinary feat is a testament to customers' continuous trust in the bank. We feel that combining technology with personalised service is the key in the current scenario," the bank's chairman Dinesh Khara said.
The lender forayed into the home loan business in 2004 with a total portfolio of ₹17,000 crore. A separate REHBU came into being in 2012 with a total portfolio of ₹1 lakh crore
The bank is also working on various other digital initiatives which is focused on improving the efficiencies in home loan delivery, including a unique integrated platform Retail Loan Management System (RLMS) which will provide an end-to-end digital solution, he added. The bank is looking at achieving a home loan AUM of ₹7 trillion by FY 2024.
In the home loan market, the country's largest lender share is 34 per cent. The lender forayed into the home loan business in 2004 with a total portfolio of ₹17,000 crore. A separate REHBU came into being in 2012 with a total portfolio of ₹1 lakh crore.