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Home loan EMI is a systematic and easy approach towards home loan repayment. EMI stands for equated monthly installment, which includes principal amount, and the interest payable divided through the tenure chosen. Home loan borrower has to make the repayment of the loan each month in the form of home loan EMI.
When borrowing a home loan, it is important for the borrower to calculate the home loan EMI.
The home loan EMI for 20-lakh loan depends on the interest and the tenure chosen. For instance, home loan EMI for 20 lakhs for tenure of 20 years at interest rate of 6.65% p.a. would be Rs. 15,089.
The home loan EMI for 30-lakh loan would depend on the interest and the tenure chosen. EMI is calculated based on the amount borrowed, tenure chosen and the interest rates. A longer tenure attracts a low EMI, whereas a shorter tenure attracts a high EMI amount.
The home loan EMI depends on various factors including loan amount, interest rate, tenure, prepayment and down payment.
Loan amount: The higher the amount borrowed, the higher will be the EMI and vice versa
Interest rate: The rate at which the bank is providing the loan. Interest rate is determined based on your CIBIL score.
Loan tenure: The longer the tenure, lesser is the home loan EMI and vice versa
Down payment: This amount is payable by you at the time of property purchase. The higher the amount payable, lesser the amount borrowed which further leads to low EMI payable and vice versa.