Using a home loan emi calculator is one of the easiest ways to calculate the EMI on your home loan. Bajaj Finserv’s EMI Calculator for a home loan helps you in making an informed decision about buying a dream home.
The Equated Monthly Instalment (EMI) on a home loan depends on desired loan amount, tenure & the interest rate. With a home loan calculator, you can check EMI in an easy, quick, and accurate way.
Know how much will EMI be on your home loan by using Bajaj Finserv home loan calculator below:
Total Interest Payable
Total Payable (Principal + Interest)
Monthly Home Loan EMI
A home loan calculator helps you know the EMI amount that you will need to pay towards your Home Loan, helping you make an informed decision. The Bajaj Finserv home loan EMI calculator also functions as a home loan interest calculator, as it provides you the interest amount due on your home loan in addition to the overall EMI amount in just 3 simple steps.
EMI, or Equated Monthly Instalment, is the monthly repayment that a home loan borrower must make to repay the home loan within the specified loan tenor.
The table below illustrates the equated monthly instalments on several home loan amounts with different tenors considering the applicable rate of interest as 6.70%* onwards.
|Rs. 20 Lakh||Rs. 22,914||Rs. 17,643|
|Rs. 30 Lakh||Rs. 34,370||Rs. 26,464|
|Rs. 40 Lakh||Rs. 45,827||Rs. 35,286|
|Rs. 50 Lakh||Rs. 57,284||Rs. 44,107|
|Rs. 60 Lakh||Rs. 68,741||Rs. 52,928|
A home 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 home loans you are taking and the time period for which you'll be paying the equated monthly instalments.
Calculating the EMI on your home loan is quite easy by using a home loan calculator. Simply enter the loan amount you wish to take, the tenor, and the rate of interest in the respective fields.
The mathematical formula for calculating EMIs is = [P x R x (1+R)^N]/[(1+R)^N-1]
Using the home loan Calculator is a very simple process. All you need to do is follow these steps–
That’s all! You will instantly get your home loan EMI amount along with the interest amount payable on the loan.
As an example, the below table shows the EMI, the total payable interest, and the total payable amount for a loan of Rs.1 lakh with home loan interest rate starting at 6.70%* for different tenors calculated by using a house loan calculator.
|EMI Per Lakh||Rs. 1,966||Rs. 1,146||Rs. 882||Rs. 757|
|Payable Interest||Rs. 17,595||Rs. 37,481||Rs. 58,785||Rs. 81,774|
|Total Payable Amount||Rs. 1,17,595||Rs. 1,37,481||Rs. 1,58,785||Rs. 1,81,774|
Depending on the tenor and loan amount availed of, EMIs, or equated monthly instalments, home loans can easily reserve a significant chunk of your monthly income, which can be a problem. Here are a few reliable and smart ways to reduce your home loan EMIs.
A home loan amortization schedule is a record of all the periodic payments on your home loan. 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.
Bajaj Finserv housing loan EMI calculator is straightforward and easy to use.
Simply enter the loan amount and tenor of your choice and the applicable rate of interest to check the total amount payable, the total interest payable, and your EMI amount.
Part-prepayment brings down the principal amount, which in turn lowers the interest amount that you have to pay, ultimately resulting in lower EMI amounts.
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 claim a tax benefit on home loan under Section 24 on the interest component of the loan that you repay annually through your EMIs up to Rs. 2 lakhs.
With Bajaj Finserv, you can avail of high value funding. The exact amount depends on your profile and the property in question, but the quantum of funding is never a problem with us.
You can repay the Home Loan through Equated Monthly Installments, or EMIs. Each EMI goes towards repaying a part of the principal and a part of the interest. The EMI amount you are liable to pay depends on the loan amount, tenor, and interest rate applicable.
You can either apply for a home loan online or offline. Walk into any of our branches for a physical application or fill up our online application form.
Home loan applicants need to furnish personal, income, and property related documents to complete their application. These include PAN Card, Aadhar Card, utility bills, salary slips, and ITRs, among others.
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