Most top lenders in the country offer personal loans to salaried individuals as they have a steady source of income. Salaried individuals can avail personal loans up to Rs.40 lakh at interest rates starting from 10.4%. The repayment tenure on these loans ranges between 12 months and 60 months.
|Name of the Bank||Interest Rate (p.a.)||Loan Amount|
|HDFC Bank||10.75% to 21.30%||Rs.50,000 to Rs.15 lakh|
|ICICI Bank||11.25% onwards||Up to Rs.20 lakh|
|Axis Bank||12% to 24%||Rs.50,000 to Rs.15 lakh|
|State Bank of India||10.50% onwards||Up to Rs.20 lakh|
|Canara Bank||12.55% to 14.60%||At the discretion of the lender|
|Punjab National Bank||11.5% to 14.5%||Up to Rs.4 lakh|
|Bajaj FinServ||12.99% onwards||Up to Rs.25 lakh|
|Yes Bank||10.99% onwards||Up to Rs.40 lakh|
|Union Bank of India||12.10% onwards||Up to Rs.10 lakh|
|DCB Bank||13% - 25%||At the discretion of the lender|
|Processing Fee||Lowest EMI||Pre-payment Charges||Overdue EMI Interest||Cheque Bounce Charges|
|Up to 2.50% of the loan amount subject to a minimum of Rs.2,999 & maximum of Rs.25,000 for salaried customers||Rs.2,187 per lakh||
||2% per month on EMI/Principal Overdue||Rs.550 per cheque bounce|
|Loan Processing Charges||Prepayment Charges||Additional Interest on Late Payment||Loan Cancellation Charges||EMI Bounce Charges|
|Up to 2.25%||5% + GST||24% p.a.||Rs.3,000 + GST||Rs.400 per bounce + GST|
|Penal Interest||Swap Charges||Repayment Instruction/Instrument Return Charges||Duplicate NOC||Duplicate Statement Issuance Charges|
|24% p.a.||Rs.500 per instance + GST||Rs.500 + GST||Rs.500 per instance + GST||Rs.250 + GST|
|Processing Fee||Penal Interest||Prepayment Charges||Minimum Repayment Period||Minimum Loan Amount|
|1.50% of the loan amount plus applicable tax||2% per month over and above the applicable interest rate on overdue amount||3% on prepaid amount||6 months||Rs.25,000 for term loans and Rs.5 lakh for overdraft facility|
|Processing Charges||Foreclosure||Prepayment||Loan Tenure||Maximum Loan Amount|
|1% of the loan amount with a minimum of Rs.250||-||-||36 months||At the discretion of the lender|
|Processing Charges||Documentation Charges||Prepayment Charges||Margin||Loan Tenure|
|1.80% of loan amount||Rs.270 to Rs.450||Nil||Nil||Up to 60 months|
|Processing Fees||Penal Interest||Foreclosure Charges||Part-prepayment Charges||Bounce Charges|
|Up to 4.13%||2% of EMI amount per month plus applicable taxes or Rs.200, whichever is higher||
||2% + applicable taxes on part-payment amount paid||Rs.600 to Rs.1,200 per bounce|
|Loan Processing Charges||Foreclosure Charges||Pre-partpayment Charges||Charges for Late EMI Payment||Loan Cancellation Charges|
||2% plus applicable taxes||24% p.a. on amount outstanding from the date of default||Rs.1,000 + taxes|
|Processing Charges||Margin||Loan Tenure||Foreclosure Charges||Prepayment Charges|
|Rs.500 onwards||Nil||Up to 60 months||-||-|
|Processing Charges||Prepayment Charges||Penal interest||Cheque/ ECS Swap charges||Cheque Bounce charges|
|2% - 3% of the loan amount + GST||5% of the outstanding principal||3% p.m. of the overdue amount on account of delay of payment of rate of interest or repayment of principal||Rs.500||Rs.500|
Though the documents required by salaried applicants for a personal loan may vary from lender to lender, below we have given a list of the basic documents that are required:
|Application Form||Duly filled and signed|
|Know-Your-Customer (KYC) Documents||Passport, Aadhar, Driving License, Voter’s ID, PAN Card, etc.|
|Loan Agreement||Duly signed|
|Salary Slips||Latest salary slips|
|Income Tax Returns|
|Standing Instruction Request/ECS Forms|
Those who can get a personal loan the most easily are the salaried persons. No bank or Non-Banking Financial Company (NBFC) is ever likely to refuse you a loan if you have a regular income, especially a secure one as monthly salary. The higher your salary, the better your chances of getting a personal loan. Personal loans being unsecured loans – ones that don’t ask for any guarantee or collateral security – are quite risky from a financial institution’s perspective. Recovery of a personal loan becomes difficult if you do not have a regular income. So it is important for institutions to determine that you have a regular income, and a good repayment capacity.
The best part about personal loans is that you can take them for any reason. It could be for your wedding, a foreign holiday, a medical emergency, debt consolidation, interior decoration of your house, or education of yourself, spouse or child. No reason is too insignificant for a personal loan, as long as you have a good credit score and can convince the bank that you have the repayment capacity. You also need to ensure that you are providing all the required documents – PAN, identity proof, address proof, income proof, and income tax payment proof.
Let us look at personal loans from different financial institutions for a clearer idea.
SBI Saral Personal Loans for tenures of up to 4 years. The loan amount you can get depends on the city you live in and your salary. For metro and urban centres, the minimum amount you can borrow is Rs.24,000, while in semi-urban and rural centres, you can take as low as Rs.10,000 as loan. The maximum loan amount is 12 times your net monthly salary, up to Rs.10 lakh. The bank charges a processing fee of 2% to 3% of the loan amount in addition to service tax and the rate of interest is 3.95% more than the 2-year MCLR. The interest rate as on January 6, 2017, is 12.95%.
The bank also has the SBI Xpress Credit Personal Loan, which gives you up to Rs. 15 lakh over a repayment period of a maximum of 5 years. The processing fee is 1% of the amount and the interest rate is between 12.45% and 14.95% – that is, 345 base points to 595 base points higher than the 2-year MCLR.
With the Star Personal Loan from Bank of India, you can get both unsecured and secured loans. The minimum amount you can borrow is Rs.10,000 in urban and metro centres, and any amount in semi-urban and rural centres. The unsecured personal loan comes with an upper limit of Rs.5 lakh, while by providing a collateral security will allow you to take loans of up to Rs.10 lakh. The assets you can provide as security include mortgage of an owned house or commercial property, hypothecation of items bought with the loan, gold coins or ornaments, Bonds, LIC policies, National Savings Certificate and Indira Vikas Patrika.
The interest rate for the loan can go up to 13.50% depending on the loan scheme availed by you and the eligibility criteria met by you.
ICICI Bank personal loan comes with quick approval and disbursement within 3 working days. The loan is unsecured in nature, and can be repaid in periods of 1 to 5 years. The maximum loan amount is Rs.20 lakh. You can also take an All Safe insurance on your loan to protect your family from liability in case you die before the loan is closed. The bank charges a processing fee of up to 2.25% of the loan amount in addition to service tax. The interest rate for ICICI Bank personal loans starts from 11.25% onwards, depending on the company you work in, your salary, and the loan amount. You can negotiate a good rate if your credit score is high, and you’ve had an account in the bank for several years.
Bajaj Finserv is an NBFC, and the key benefit of getting a loan from an NBFC is instant approval and higher loan amount. You can borrow up to Rs.25 lakh, and repay it in 2 to 5 years. You have to pay a processing fee of 4.13% of the loan amount, and interest rates start from 12.99%.
One thing to remember about personal loans is that most banks and NBFCs charge pre-payment fees if you want to pay off your loan partially or fully. This fee may be up to 4% of the outstanding amount. Check with your bank about foreclosure charges before taking the loan.
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