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FAQ

A home loan is loan taken for the purpose of purchasing a property, either as an owner-occupier or an investor. The lender provides the loan for a fixed time period, usually 25 or 30 years, and the borrower has to pay the loan back with interest and in the said time.
Home loan products are divided into either variable or fixed interest rate options. A variable rate can change from month to month. This means your monthly repayment could change from one month to the next. A fixed rate will not change for a set period of time, generally from one to five years.
A comparison rate takes into account the loan's base interest rate and any other fees and charges and expresses this cost as a percentage. To work out a home loan's true value, always make sure to look at the comparison rate.
When assessing home loan applications, the lenders look at various criteria. Your credit history Your income and expenses Your sources of income.
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No, there's no need for any collateral.
Usually the tenure of an Auto Loan is 3 to 7 years. The higher is the tenure; the lower is your EMI
Firstly, inform the insurance company about the accident. The claim made by you to the insurance company will be in your favour. Generally, the bank provides you a NOC only if you are regular in your payments. In case of a loss, directly the bank will receive the payment from the insurance company.
We can provide a suggestive cost by using the Business Loan calculator which uses a classical rate. If you wish to know the rate of interest that we will offer you on your loan you will require to complete a full application which will include a search at a credit reference agency.
We acknowledge the following factors to regulate the eligibility and loan amount: Age Income Valuation of Property (Fair market value) Existing obligations, if any Stability/Continuity of employment/Business Past borrowing track record