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Home loan eligibility is defined as a set of criteria basis which a financial institution assesses the creditworthiness of a customer to avail and repay a particular loan amount. Home loan eligibility depends on criteria such as age, financial position, credit history, credit score, other financial obligations etc.
For e.g. If a person is 30 years old and has a gross monthly salary ofRs.30,000, he can avail a loan ofRs.20.49 lakh at an interest rate of 6.90% for a tenure of 30 years provided he has no other existing financial obligations such as a personal loan or car loan etc.
Housing loan eligibility is primarily dependent on the income and repayment capacity of the individual(s).There are other factors that determine the eligibility of home loans such as age, financial position, credit history, credit score, other financial obligations etc.
Present Age and Remaining Working Years: The age of the applicant plays a major role in determining home loan eligibility. The maximum loan term is generally capped at 30 years.
Age Limit for Salaried Individuals: 21 to 65 years.
Age Limit for Self-Employed Individuals: 21 to 65 years.
Minimum Salary: ₹10,000 p.m.
Minimum business income: ₹2 lac p.a.
Maximum Loan Term: 30 years.
Financial Position: The present and the future income of applicant(s) has a significant impact on determining the loan amount.
Past and Present Credit History and Credit Score: A clean repayment record is considered positive.
Other Financial Obligations: Existing liabilities such as a car loan, credit card debt, etc.
The eligibility for home loans can be enhanced by
Adding an earning family member as co-applicant.
Availing a structured repayment plan.
Ensuring a steady income flow, regular savings and investments.
Furnishing details of your regular additional income sources.
Keeping a record of your variable salary components.
Taking actions to rectify errors (if any) in your credit score.
Repaying ongoing loans and short terms debts