NEWS & ADVICE : HOME LOANS
Six tips to choose your home loan lender
By Joseph Samson
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Every one dreams of buying a home but most of us do not have sufficient funds in our bank account to make such a purchase. So we are left with the option of asking a housing finance company to finance our purchase. However choosing the best home loan lender is important if we have to escape all the hassles that are linked to availing a loan.

Also before you pick the lender for your home loan try to sort out in own mind the criteria you are looking considering your own credentials. Check on some important aspects of the loan, such as finance costs and interest rates. Tracing down a good home loan lender who can guide you through the entire loan procedure and help in accomplishing your dream of a nice house is a little difficult. So some of the following tips can help you in achieve your dream faster.

1.      Finalize your property before the lender

      You should always finalize the property you want to purchase before looking for lenders that would be ready to finance your house. This is important because some banks lend for a property that is already furnished while others extend for a self constructed property or property that is under construction. Thus it is better to finalize the category of your property first and then look for lender options. It will help us to focus in a defined area and extract all relevant information before finalizing on the lender. Follow all easy steps to get loans faster online.

 

2.      Ensure your loan eligibility criteria

All the banks follow some eligibility standards for giving a loan. Primarily, it depends on your income and repayment track records. You can get details of all bank home loan criteria from individual banks or in the Rupeetimes Home Loan section and choose the one that can offer you maximum amount based on your income. The loan eligibility amount can also be increased if you club your and spouse’s income.

 

3.      Fixed or Floating interest rate

One is always left in dilemma while opting between fixed and floating interest rate. It is always thought that a fixed interest rate means same rate throughout the  tenure but sometimes it is adjustable after a certain period of time, provided which either your EMI amount or the loan tenure can increase. Thus it is better to clear this point in hand with your lender. On the other hand, if you are opting for the floating rate loan, make sure that your lender’s floating rate has come down at least over the past two years. Market scenario should also be analyzed if you planning to avail a floating rate loan as it depend on the economy’s interest rate.  Some time back Rupeetimes.com covered an article describing the pros and cons of fixed and floating loan rates.

 


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