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What is Home Loan EMI Calculator?

A home loan calculator helps you know the amount of the EMIs that you will need to pay towards your Home Loan and helps make an informed decision. The Bajaj Finserv home loan EMI calculator also functions as a home loan interest calculator, as you will be able to know the interest amount due on your home loan, in addition to the overall EMI amount, in just 3 simple steps. First, enter the loan amount that you wish to take. Then, select your preferred tenor. Finally, put in the home loan interest rate advertised on the website. That's all!

What is Home Loan EMI?

EMI stands for Equated Monthly Instalment. EMI is the monthly repayment that a home loan borrower must make to repay the home loan within the specified loan tenor.

The following table illustrates the EMI on several home loan amounts with different tenures. The applicable rate of interest is 8.30%* onwards.

Loan Amount
10 Years
15 Years
20 Years
₹ 20 Lakh ₹ 25,119 ₹ 20,048 ₹ 17,738
₹ 30 Lakh ₹ 37,679 ₹ 30,072 ₹ 26,607
₹ 40 Lakh ₹ 50,238 ₹ 40,096 ₹ 35,476
₹ 50 Lakh ₹ 62,798 ₹ 50,120 ₹ 44,345

Factors that Affect Housing Loan EMI

  • Principal- The principal is the loan amount that you avail from the lender. It is directly proportional to your EMIs - lower principal will lower your monthly instalments and vice versa.
  • Rate of interest- The rate of interest is the rate at which the lender offers you the loan. It is also directly proportional to the value of your loan EMIs.
  • Tenure- The tenure is the time within which you repay your loan. The tenure is inversely proportional to your loan EMIs - longer tenure makes the monthly instalments cheaper and vice versa.

The following table shows the EMI, total payable interest, and total payable amount for a loan of Rs. 1 Lakh at an 8.30%* onwards rate of interest with several tenures.

5 Years
10 Years
15 Years
20 Years
EMI ₹ 2,066 ₹ 1,256 ₹ 1,002 ₹ 887
Total Payable interest ₹ 3,969 ₹ 50,715 ₹ 80,433 ₹ 1,12,857
Total Payable amount ₹ 1,23,969 ₹ 1,50,715 ₹ 1,80,433 ₹ 2,12,857

Home Loan EMI for Different Loan Amounts

Following table shows the EMIs for various loan amount based on different tenures at 8.30%* onwards

5 Years
10 Years
15 Years
₹ 10 Lakh ₹ 20,661 ₹ 12,560 ₹ 10,024
₹ 15 Lakh ₹ 30,992 ₹ 18,839 ₹ 15,036
₹ 25 Lakh ₹ 51,654 ₹ 31,399 ₹ 25,060
₹ 35 Lakh ₹ 72,315 ₹ 43,959 ₹ 35,084
₹ 50 Lakh ₹ 1,03,307 ₹ 62,798 ₹ 50,120
  • The EMI that you can avail with Housing Loan of 10 Lakh is 10,024 with 15-years tenure. The EMI increases when you opt for tenure of 5 years.
  • The EMI for a loan of 15 Lakh is higher – 30,992, when you opt for 5-years. It decreases to 15,036 if you opt for tenure of 15 years.
  • For a loan of 25 Lakh, the cheapest EMI you can avail with 15 year tenure - 25,060. Decreasing the tenure to 5 years increases the EMI to 51,654.
  • The EMI is 72,315 when you avail loan of 35 Lakh for 5 years. The same will decrease to 35,084 if you increase the tenure to 15 years.
  • The cheapest EMI comes with 15-years tenure with loan of 50 Lakh – 50,120. The EMIs double when you opt for 5 years tenure.

How is EMI Calculated?

The mathematical formula for calculating EMIs is = [P x R x (1+R)^N]/[(1+R)^N-1] where:

  • P’ represents the loan amount or principal
  • N’ is the number of monthly instalments
  • R’ is the interest rate per month. Therefore, if the rate of interest per annum is 11%, then the value of ‘R’ will be 11/(12 x 100)

How to Calculate EMI for Housing Loan?

Calculating the EMI amount on your home loan is quite easy. Simply enter the loan amount you wish to take, the tenor (in months, and not years) and the rate of interest, in the required fields.

What are the Advantages of Knowing Home Loan EMI in Advance?

Good planning always ensures stable finances. Calculating the housing loan EMI in advance gives a better understanding of the amount of money you would have to spend every month. Hence, you can plan well and decide whether you are actually able to spare that much money or not.

How to use Home Loan EMI Calculator?

Using the EMI Calculator is a very simple process. All you need to do is follow these steps–

  1. Click to go the Housing Loan EMI Calculator page
  2. Choose the loan amount, rate of interest, and tenor (in months)

That’s all! You will instantly get your home loan EMI amount along with the interest amount payable on the loan.

What are the Advantages of a Housing Loan EMI Calculator?

A Housing Loan EMI Calculator helps you to decide whether you can afford the financial commitment of a home loan in the long term. If you want, you can increase or decrease your EMI amount depending on the amount of loan you are taking and the time period for which you'll be paying the EMIs.

What Is a Home Loan Amortization Schedule?

A home loan amortization schedule is the table or record which details all the periodic payments on your loan. This is generated through an amortization calculator.

Amortization is basically the procedure of repaying a loan through regular payments over a specified period of time. An amortization schedule is the total tally of loan payments showing the amount of interest and principal contained in each payment, until the loan is repaid in full.

How is the Borrowed Amount and Interest Due Paid through EMIs?

EMIs have both principal and interest components. In the early period of the loan, the interest portion is higher than the principal component, for every EMI. In the later part of the home loan tenor, the principal component is higher than the interest portion. EMIs can be paid through ECS (Electronic Clearing System) which directly deducts monthly instalments from your account.

How do Part Payments Impact Your EMIs?

Part payment brings down the principal amount, which in turn lowers the interest amount that you have to pay, which results in lower EMI amounts overall.

How does Home Loan EMI Payment Reduce Tax Obligation?

You can claim tax deductions under Section 80C on the principal amount repaid through your EMIs annually, up to Rs. 1.5 lakh. You can also get tax deductions under Section 24 on the interest component of the loan that you repay annually through your EMIs, up to Rs. 2 lakh.

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