What does home loan repayment or foreclosure mean?
Home loan repayment or foreclosure is the full repayment of the remaining loan amount in one single payment instead of paying in EMIs. It is an existing part of your home loan process in which you can repay the loan before your scheduled EMI period. You can select the number of EMIs that you have already paid and the month on which you want to foreclose your loan. This will help you calculate the foreclosure amount.
How to use the home loan repayment calculator?
Using this calculator is very easy. Just enter the following details:
1. Your loan amount (between Rs.1 lakh to Rs.50 lakh)
2. Tenor (between 1 to 20 years)
3. Rate of interest
4. The number of EMIs that you have already paid
5. The month on which you would like to foreclose your loan
What is a foreclosure month?
It is the month in your loan tenor in which you repay the full loan amount in advance. For e.g., if your tenor of the loan is 5 years (60 months) and you plan to repay the total loan left after 3 years 4 months (40th month), then that month (the 40th) is your foreclosure month.
What is the interest amount saved on a foreclosure?
Many banks and financial institutions charge between 1% to 4% of the amount you are paying, as foreclosure charges. We, at Bajaj Finserv, do not charge for foreclosure prepayment. Your entire loan amount is paid back as a combination of principal and interest without any charges. Thus, the interest amount saved, tells you the amount you will save by availing our services.