If you are running short money to fulfill you and your family’s diversified needs, do not worry. You can opt for a loan against property and arrange the money required for such needs.
Loan against property refers to the amount you can borrow against your property. Banks provide loan against both commercial and residential property. Also, you can take a loan against your rented residential property, self-occupied property or vacant property. It could be piece of land or a house. The amount received as loan against property can be used for acquiring new property or you can use the same amount to take-over of your existing loan by refinancing. It is a kind of secured loan where the border use his/her property as collateral.
The eligibility criteria for loan against property may vary from bank to bank. Listed below are the common eligibility conditions that a borrower needs to fulfill in order to get a loan against property:
By using a loan against property eligibility calculator, a borrower can calculate your eligibility for Loan against Property . The calculator will help you know you eligibility in various cities in India. While determining loan against property, banks mostly look at the following factors - property value, repayment capacity, total assets and liabilities, age of the applicant and his/her qualifications, number of dependants, spouse’s income, and legal and technical aspect of your property. Based on your eligibility, bank will decide how much amount you would receive as loan against property.
Example: The State Bank of India provides a minimum of Rs.25, 000 and a maximum of Rs.1 crore as loan against property. The bank pays these amounts based on the following conditions:
A borrower can get up to 60% of the total market value of his/her property as loan against property.
*** Loan against property amounts are subject to change from time to time.
The repayment procedure for loan against property is almost same with home loan repayment procedure. Many leading lending institutions accept both part repayment and full repayment. Also, many financial institutions does not charges any extra fees on prepayment. You repay your loan against property in Equated Monthly Installments (EMIs) which comprise your contribution towards the principal amount as well as interest payment. Your EMIs will start immediately after you accept the full disbursement.