What is loan to value in mortgage loan?

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When you are planning to apply for a mortgage loan, knowing the Loan to Value ratio or LTV is crucial as it affects the loan amount you are eligible for.

What is loan to value?

Loan to value or LTV dictates the maximum loan amount you can avail based on the current market value of property you plan to mortgage. It is a ratio of the value of the property and the loan amount sanctioned against it.

It is also one of the essential factors a lender considers for evaluating the risk associated with sanctioning a property loan. The higher the LTV, the more the risk for the lender and vice versa. The lower this ratio, the better are your chances to avail the loan on attractive terms.

Knowing the LTV helps in two ways:

Bajaj Finserv offers property loans up to 50% to 60% LTV, which means you can borrow 50% to 60% of the mortgaged property’s current market value. Our affordable loan against property interest rates are applicable even on loans with a high LTV to help you meet big-ticket expenses conveniently. The best way to avail a loan with high LTV is by fulfilling our simple loan against property eligibility criteria.

Mortgage loan eligibility criteria

Avail loans against property with high LTV by fulfilling the easy-to-meet loan against property eligibility criteria of Bajaj Finserv.

  • For salaried individuals – Applicant should be an Indian resident employed with a private company, an MNC or in the public sector and should be between 23 years and 62 years years of age.
  • For self-employed individuals – Applicant should be a resident of India with a regular source of income. The age limit is between 25 years and 70 years.

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