What is personal loan?
A personal loan is an unsecured debt that can be taken for emergencies as well as reasons such as education expenses, home improvement, or for making a major purchase. Personal loans are unsecured as there is no collateral required. A personal loan is usually within a short span of one to five years. The repayment options are flexible, and are decided by the lender based on the borrower’s credit history. Loan repayment is done every month via EMIs through post-dated cheques or directing your bank to debit the EMI by ECS (Electronic Clearing Services). Personal loans require fewer documents than other loans.
Getting a personal loan without documents:
Few financial institutions consider giving a home loan without documents and income proof, purely based on customer persona and relationship. If you have a good relationship with the bank based on your timely payments and clear credit records, then the bank may offer you a personal loan based on the details already available with the bank.
Following are some of the things you can follow in order to avail a documentation-free personal loan:
Banks like Citibank allow you to take personal loans of up to Rs.30 lakh in a span of 48 hours, without any documentation such as income proof, and address proof, provided your residence and office address is updated in the Citibank account. A personal loan, free of documentation, is a dream for most borrowers. With everything going online, from application to approval, documentation merely seems like a time taking step, which may be avoided in some exceptional cases.