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What all can I use a Personal Loan for? :

Personal Loans can be used for anything and everything. There are no restrictions on the end use. You could use the loan money to finance anything from daughter\'s marriage to a holiday abroad. The bank is not concerned with the end use of the loan, if you have furnished enough proof to show your...
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How much finance can I avail of? :

You can borrow up to 90% of the invoice value. However, the minimum loan amount is Rs.50000.
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What would be the tenure of the loan ? :

Maximum tenure of the loan can be 7 years including moratorium period.
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What is the maximum tenure of a personal loan? :

Personal loan is a short tenure loan. Most of the banks provide you loan for a minimum of one year to a maximum of five years.
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Do I have the option of pre-paying the entire loan amount? :

Yes. One can pre-pay the loan any time after 6 months of availing of the loan. One merely has to pay a small prepayment fee on the outstanding loan amount.
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Is there any Age criteria for taking an Education Loan ? :

Anyone in the age group of 16-35 years can take this loan.
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Can I get a home loan for purchasing a home overseas? :

No, currently no financial institution provides loan for purchasing a house abroad.
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Can I get another loan for further education? :

Second time Education Loan can be sanctioned to the same student borrower for completion of next higher course at the discretion of the Bank. A student who has taken the loan for a Bachelors degree can apply for another loan for the completion of Master's degree.
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How is my loan eligibility determined? :

Loan eligibility differs from bank to bank. The main factor the bank considers is your ability to repay the loan. Your profile in terms of residence and the place you work is also taken into consideration. Do make sure to check all such other eligibilities before applying.
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Can I prepay my loan? :

Yes, you can prepay the entire loan outstanding after paying 6 installments of availing the same. The Bank charges a prepayment penalty which varies from 2%-5 % paid at the time of preclosure (returning the money before the stipulated tenure of the loan). Prepayment charges as applicable would be...
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What is a fixed rate loan? :

In a fixed rate loan the interest rate on the loan charged by the bank is constant over the tenure of the loan. You should go for a fixed rate only if you feel that the rate of interest prevailing in the market have touched rock bottom and the rates can only move upwards.



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