#home loan eligibility
Here’s how banks calculate home loan eligibility
Updated on: July 15, 2011
T his article is aimed at clearing doubts over how a bank calculates your net income while calculating the eligibility for total home loan amount. Normally, all banks provide home loans up to 60 times your monthly net income.
- You have a monthly in-hand (take home) salary as Rs 50,000 and you are looking for a home loan of about Rs 30 lakh.
- Your gross monthly income might be much more than Rs 50,000 per month but that does not matter while calculating the net income.
- You don’t have any other loan like car or personal loan on your name.
- Bank rules say that you are eligible to get 60 times your monthly net income as loan.
Well, all sounds good till the time you are talking to your bank executive or an agent over phone for your eligibility. They ask you for your net income, you answer Rs 50,000 per month and they immediately say that you are eligible for a loan that is 60 times your monthly net income, that is, Rs 30 lakh. You are excited that everything is going as per your expectations and think you will get the amount you were looking for.
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