Home Loan Eligibility Calculator

How much am I eligible to borrow?
Loan Amount
Net income per month
Excluding LTA and Medical allowances
Existing loan commitments(per month)
Tenure
Rate of Interest
You are Eligible for amount
15 Lac
EMI per month
19,822
*These calculators are only for illustrative purposes. These figures may or may not be applicable to your particular situation. Magicbricks will not be responsible for any loss or liability arising from the use of these calculators.

Home Loan Eligibility Calculator

Looking to get a home loan? Before you apply, find out if you meet the eligibility criteria set by various banks and financial institutions. Knowing your home loan eligibility in advance makes the entire process easy and quick for you.

Key Home Loan Eligibility Criteria

Age 18-70 years
Credit Score 650 and above is considered as “good score”
Monthly Income Min. Rs 25,000 (may vary from lender to lender)
Nationality Indian Residents, NRIs & Persons of Indian Origin
Loan-to-value Ratio Upto 90% of property value

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How to Calculate Home Loan Eligibility Online

The Magicbricks Home loan eligibility calculator is very easy to use. Take the following steps:

Step 1: Enter the amount you want to borrow
Step 2: Fill in your Monthly Net Income (excl. LTA and Medical Allowances)
Step 3: Enter your existing loan commitments per month (if any)
Step 4: Enter the tenure for which you want to take the loan
Step 5: Fill in the rate of interest on the loan and click “Calculate Eligibility”

Once you take all the steps above, you will be able to view the amount that you are eligible to borrow. In addition, you will also get to know your EMI on the home loan.

Key Factors Affecting Your Home Loan Eligibility

Check out some of the most important factors that may affect your home loan eligibility:

Age: When it comes to applying for a home loan, age is not just a number. Lower the age, the easier it is to get the loan approved. Therefore, a young professional who is just 30 years old can easily get a home loan for upto 30 years. In comparison, an individual who is 50 years old may find it tough to get a home loan for such a long tenure.

Income: Your income also determines how much you are eligible to borrow. Most lenders have specified a minimum income requirement for the applicant as well as co-applicant. Whether you are self-employed or a salaried individual, you must meet the minimum income requirement. In addition, lenders also check whether your income is stable enough or not.

Credit score: Your credit score is also very important. Higher the score, the higher your chances of getting a loan approved. A score of 650 and above is generally considered good and indicates higher chances of approval.

Existing loan obligations: Your existing loan obligations (or Debt-to-income ratio) should not be more than 50% of your income. If this ratio is too high, it indicates you have too many outstanding loans and therefore, you are more likely to default in future.

Bank-wise Home Loan Eligibility Criteria

Bank of Baroda Home Loan

  • Resident type: Indians and Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
  • Applicant's age: 21 - 70 years

Indian Bank Home Loan

  • Applicant's age: 18 - 70 years
  • Resident type: Indians and Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
  • Min. monthly income for primary applicant: Rs 25,000

Union Bank of India Home Loan

  • Applicant's age: 18 - 75 years
  • Resident type: Indians and Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)

ICICI Bank Home Loan

  • Applicant's age: 25 - 65 years
  • Resident type: Indians and Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
  • Min. monthly income for primary applicant: Rs 18,000

HDFC Bank Home Loan

  • Applicant's age: 18 - 70 years
  • Resident type: Indians and Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
  • Min. monthly income for primary applicant: Rs 15,000
  • Min. monthly income for co-applicant: Rs 10,000

SBI Home Loan

  • Applicant's age: 18 - 70 years
  • Resident type: Indians and Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
  • Min. monthly income for primary applicant: Rs 15,000
  • Min. monthly income for co-applicant: Rs 10,000

Bajaj Housing Finance Home Loan

  • Applicant's age: 23 - 55 years
  • Resident type: Indians only

Sundaram HFL Home Loan

  • Applicant's age: 18 - 60 years (salaried) or 18 - 65 years (self-employed)
  • Resident type: Indians and Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
  • Min. monthly income for primary applicant: Rs 15,000
  • Min. monthly income for co-applicant: Rs 15,000

L&T HFL Home Loan

  • Applicant's age: 21 - 60 years
  • Resident type: Indians and Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
  • Min. monthly income for primary applicant: Rs 15,000
  • Min. monthly income for co-applicant: Rs 15,000

PNB HFL Home Loan

  • Applicant's age: 18 - 70 years
  • Resident type: Indians and Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)
  • Min. monthly income for primary applicant: Rs 15,000
  • Min. monthly income for co-applicant: Rs 10,000

Cholamandalam HFL Home Loan

  • Applicant's age: 21 - 60 years
  • Resident type: Indians only
  • Min. monthly income for primary applicant: Rs 15,000
  • Min. monthly income for co-applicant: Rs 10,000

Magma Housing Finance Home Loan

  • Applicant's age: 21 - 65 years
  • Resident type: Indian
  • Co-applicant with income mandatory if the primary applicant is upto 25 years of age.

Home Loan FAQs

  • Q. What documents do I need to submit for a home loan?

    The documents required to apply for a home loan may vary across lenders. However, there are certain documents that are usually required by all lenders. Take a look:

    Latest passport size photographs
    Bank account statements
    Proof of residence
    Proof of income
    Identity Proof
  • Q. How can I check my eligibility for a home loan?

    It is easy to check your home loan eligibility using Magicbricks Home Loan Eligibility Calculator. To calculate your eligibility, you will have to enter the amount you wish to borrow, your monthly net income, existing loan commitments (if any), tenure, and rate of interest. Upon entering all these details, you will be able to see how much you are eligible to borrow.

  • Q. Does having a co-applicant improve the chances of loan approval?

    Yes, having a co-applicant increases your chances of getting a home loan. However, most lenders also require the co-applicant to have a certain minimum income. Remember, if you sign as a co-applicant of a home loan, you are equally responsible for repaying the loan along with the primary applicant.

  • Q. Who can be a co-applicant for a home loan?

    Most lenders allow any person to be a co-applicant who is not a minor and who has a certain type of relationship with the primary applicant as defined in the terms and conditions. Co-applicants can be brothers, husband and wife, mother and son, father and son, etc. In addition, the co-applicant must also meet the minimum income requirement.

  • Q. How can I improve my home loan eligibility?

    Here are some tips that could help you improve your home loan eligibility:

    Increase your credit score: You can improve your credit score by continuously repaying your debt obligations on time. Never delay any repayment.
    Add a co-applicant: If you are not eligible for a home loan for some reason, you can add a co-applicant to improve your eligibility. When you have a co-applicant, the risk and responsibility are shared by all the applicants together.
    Down payment: Making a higher down payment can also help you get a home loan.
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*These calculators are only for illustrative purposes. These figures may or may not be applicable to your particular situation. Magicbricks will not be responsible for any loss or liability arising from the use of these calculators.