Secured Loans

An unsecured credit can tackle income issues, increment deals and overall revenues for entrepreneurs.


  • For what purpose can I use my secured loan?

    Financing home renovations, a new vehicle, or some other major one-time investment are some of the most common reasons consumers seek a loan. Loans can be arranged for a variety of reasons, so please talk to one of our advisors about it.

  • Will my application be kept confidential?

    You can be assured that we will keep your information private and will not share it with any other organization for marketing purposes.

  • How does the secured loan work?

    The first step is to complete a phone application with an attorney so that they can collect information about your situation, such as how much you want to borrow, the intent of the loan, your salary and employed/self-employed status, current mortgage specifics, property valuation, the new loan budget, and details about your credit background. After that, the agent would take some time to decide which lender will be better to use and will contact you for the best quote. Depending on the circumstances, it might be appropriate to plan for the property to be valued as a safe.

  • What are the terms of a secured loan's interest rate?

    On a secured loan, interest rates can vary greatly depending on the lender, the amount of money you want to borrow, the length of time you want to borrow it, and your credit history. It can be anywhere from 3% to 20% of the total.

  • What is the length of time it takes to set up a secured loan?

    It could take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, depending on the circumstances. We have a highly skilled and powerful team that will assemble it as quickly as possible.

  • What is the concept of a home loan?

    A home loan is a loan given to a person by a bank or financial institution (lender) to purchase a home. The lender retains ownership of the property until the debt is repaid in full, including interest.

  • What are the Home Loan Eligibility Criteria?

    Anyone with a daily source of income, whether self-employed or salaried, is eligible to qualify for a home loan. When the loan term starts, the borrower must be at least 21 years old, and when the loan period expires or at the time of superannuation, the borrower must not be more than 65 years old. This is the general qualifying requirement for home loans; particulars such as minimum and maximum age limits, minimum income levels, and so on can vary from one lender to the next.

  • What is a home loan with a fixed rate?

    Fixed-rate mortgage loans are sold at a predetermined interest rate for the duration of the loan, which remains constant regardless of market factors. When interest rates are affected by price fluctuations, this can be a major advantage. People with fixed-rate home loans, for example, will not be affected by any rise or decrease in market interest rates, and their EMI balance will remain unchanged if the RBI raises interest rates on loans. This form of home loan is becoming less common.

  • What is a floating rate mortgage?

    A floating rate home loan is one in which the interest rate changes on a regular basis over the loan term. The interest rate paid on a home loan is determined by the lender's base rate. Bank base rates are adjusted from time to time in response to RBI directives and other variables, resulting in an increase or decrease in the EMI amount due.

  • What are my options for repaying my home loan?

    You can pay off the loan in a variety of ways, including issuing post-dated checks for the duration of the loan, having the balance deducted instantly from your paycheck, or giving the lender standard orders for ECS (Electronic Clearing System), where the EMI is automatically deducted from your bank every month.

  • What factors go into determining my loan eligibility?

    The following criteria determine whether or not you are eligible for a loan:
    - The applicant's and co-total applicant's net monthly wage.
    - You have a certain number of unpaid loans and credit cards. A bank is unlikely to issue you a loan if your overall EMI debt (including the new home loan you're seeking to get) reaches 50-60% of your overall net take-home pay.
    - A 75 percent loan to asset value (LTV) ratio ensures that the customer must pay the remaining 25% from his investments or another source.

  • What is the highest number of installments that the loan should be paid in?

    The loan may be disbursed in full or inappropriate installments (normally not exceeding three months) based on the bank's assessment of the loan's need for funds and construction progress.

  • Is there a tax break on a home loan?

    Yes, under the Income Tax Act of 1961, you are eligible for tax incentives on the principal and interest aspects of the loan. However, since the benefits will change from year to year, make sure to find out the latest benefits available.

  • What is the concept of an amortization schedule?

    Amortization is a table that shows the interest payments and periodic principal of a loan and the total owed after each installment and the reduction of the loan balance to zero.

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