FAQ


A personal loan can be used for almost any type of expense ranging from big ticket appliance purchases and home renovations to luxury vacations and debt consolidation. Some other cases where personal loans may be useful include payment to unexpected medical bills, investment in business, fixing your car, down payment of new house and much more.
You must have a regular source of income to avail a personal loan whether you are a salaried individual, self-employed business person or a professional. A person’s eligibility is also affected by the company he/she is employed with, his/her credit history his/her residential location and other factors as per the lender’s criteria.
Yes. Though the exact amount of the minimum personal loan amount varies from one lending institution to another, most lenders have set their minimum personal loan principal amount at Rs. 30,000.
When calculating the maximum personal loan amount in case of salaried people, the bank/financial institution takes care that the EMI does not exceed 30% to40% of the applicant’s take home salary. Any existing loans that are being serviced by the applicant are also considered when calculating the personal loan amount. And, for the self employed, the loan value is determined on the basis of the profit earned as per the most recent acknowledged Profit/Loss statement, while taking into account any additional liabilities (such as current loans for business etc.) that the applicant might have.