Every bank has its own set of eligibility criteria so as to properly assess your repayment capacity. The Repayment capacity per say is based on your monthly disposable income or surplus income, (which is based on factors such as total monthly income / surplus less monthly expenses) and other contributing factors such as your spouse’s income, assets, liabilities, stability of income and so on.
The main concern from the bank’s perspective is to make sure that you can comfortably repay the loan on time. The higher your disposable monthly income, the higher the amount you will be eligible for. A bank typically assumes that about 55-60 % of your monthly disposable income is available for repayment of the loan. There are exceptions to this however where some banks calculate the income available for EMI payments based on an individual’s gross income and not on the disposable income.
As always, the loan amount depends on the loan tenure and the interest rate. Banks generally fix an upper age limit for home loan applicants.
Some of the Elgibility Criteria when applying for a Loan Against Property Are As Follows
The eligibility for LAP is calculated on basis of either the percentage of property value that you own and the amount of income you have to enable you to return the EMI on the Loan. So you can get Loan against property upto annex % of property value and the net amount that you earn after other EMI has been deducted from your net income.
Personal loan eligibility depends upon various factors which differ from bank to bank. The main factor of course, is your ability to repay the loan. Banks that offer personal loans have stringent eligibility criteria and typically maintain profiles in terms of residence and your workplace. For example banks assess your repayment capacity with the kind of organisation you work in and even rate organisations. Having a healthy CIBIL score also helps in improving your eligibility towards getting a personal loan.
Business loan eligibility depends upon various factors which differ from bank to bank. The main factor of course, is your ability to repay the loan. Banks that offer business loans will run extensive checks on your business, profits, financial statements and scope of success. For example banks will assess your repayment capacity with the kind of organisation you have built.