Home Loan Nagpur


Nagpur, considered as one of the cleanest and greenest city of India, is also considered as the winter capital of Maharashtra. It is also considered as one of the fastest growing metropolis in India and is 3rd most populous city in Maharashtra. In fact, Nagpur is considered as the future global cities.

Nagpur Real Estate Scenario

The city of Nagpur is experiencing huge demands in several areas like Godhani, Mankapur, Manewada, Civil Lines, Wardha Road, Manish Nagar, Zingabai Takli, Pratap Nagar and Shankar Nagar, and others. Civil Lines, in fact, is one of the most expensive areas in Nagpur. While areas like Tekanaka, Byramji and Town Friends Colony are witnessing huge potential along with southern counterparts like Besa and Hanuman Nagar. Towards the Western and eastern areas of the city, the areas like Panchpaoli, Wanjari, Ayodhya Nagar and Shivaji Nagar, Amravati Road, Dharampeth, and Laxmi Nagar are the hotspots and are witnessing several high end residential schemes along with affordable residential flats and apartments. However, the city of Nagpur experiences more demand of Plots in comparison to the housing schemes.

When in connection with the Home loans Nagpur, there are some considerations which a person must take before the final decision on Home loans. In fact, buying a home is an important decision which is very deeply associated financially for every individual. Before applying for a home loan and paying your processing fee, you must analyze the following aspects:

Loan eligibility

The loan amount to be sanctioned entirely depends on the income of Home Loan Seeker and previous track records when it comes to repaying your loans and other dues.

CIBIL score

Credit Information Bureau (India) Limited (CIBIL) provides a credit score to each individual on a scale of 300 to 900 based on previous credit card usage, loan repayments, how you maintained your bank accounts, existing loans, any check bounces, uninsured existing loans, how many times you have applied for a loan or a credit card. Those Individuals who have a CIBIL score greater than 700 have a greater chance to get a home loan.

Type of interest rate

There are two types of interest rates; one is fixed rates of interest while the other is Floating rate of interest. The type of interest rate you choose has a direct impact on the EMIs you pay and thus it is important that you know all the details of these both types of interest rates and the difference between fixed
rate home loan and floating rate home loan.

Loan tenure

The loan tenure is an important decision for everyone. One must always remember that the monthly EMI is inversely proportional to loan tenure, which means that the longer the tenure of loans, the lower is the EMI, while the shorter is the tenure of loan period, the higher the EMI.

Read the documents carefully before you sign.

Read the documents carefully and get all details on any doubts before signing the deal.

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