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11.05% - 11.05% EMI Scheme, Overdraft scheme Explore More
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12.00% - 24.00% EMI Scheme, Bullet Repayment Scheme Explore More
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14.00% - 26.00% EMI Scheme, Bullet Repayment Scheme Explore More
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11.00% - 13.00% EMI Scheme, Bullet Repayment Scheme, Overdraft scheme Explore More
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10.00% - 16.50% EMI Scheme Explore More
Federal Bank
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11.75% - 13.50% Bullet Repayment Scheme, Overdraft scheme Explore More
Canara Bank
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12.65% - 12.65% Bullet Repayment Scheme Explore More
Andhra Bank
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9.70% - 10.45% EMI Scheme Explore More
Axis Bank
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14.50% - 17.00% EMI Scheme, Bullet Repayment Scheme Explore More
IndusInd Bank
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13.50% - 15.50% Bullet Repayment Scheme Explore More
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12.00% - 12.00% EMI Scheme Explore More
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10.75% - 11.75% EMI Scheme, Bullet Repayment Scheme, Overdraft scheme Explore More
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  • Gold Loan processing fees – Most banks charges minimum processing fees from nil to upto 1.01% on gold loans. To get lowest fee, comparison of gold loan rates, check offers and cashback applying online through MyLoanCare.
  • Gold Loan prepayment and foreclosure - Nobody wants to keep paying interest on a loan when you have surplus money available to repay it. When you want to repay your gold loan partially before time, it is called part prepayment. In case you decide to pay the entire loan amount before time, it is called foreclosure. Banks typically levy prepayment or foreclosure charges in such situations and these can range from nil to eve upto 1% of the outstanding amount. So, check carefully if the low rate of interest you are getting comes with high prepayment or foreclosure charges. Note that some loans cannot be repaid before time.

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  • Best discount and offers for salaried customers - In most cases the lowest rate of interest on gold loan is offered by banks to employees of large reputed companies. To check current offers on interest rate and processing fee for yourself, simply apply online at MyLoanCare
  • Offer based on loan amount – You may be surprised to know that in some cases rate of interest on say, a Rs. 1 lakh loan, may be lower than that on a Rs. 75,000 loan. This is due to different pricing grids of banks and discounts for higher loan amounts that are offered from time to time.

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How to get best gold loan interest rates?
  • Do not fall for marketing gimmicks – It is common for gold loan agents and DSA’s to lure customers by quoting a lower rate of interest knowing very well that the final rate will be higher. Always check with authorized representatives and get the rates in writing before giving your documents for processing.
  • Do not apply for loan amount more than what you are eligible for – Use online gold loan eligibility calculator to estimate how much loan amount you are likely to be eligible for. Apply for a loan amount that is either less than or upto that to get the best rate of interest. Applying for an amount higher than your eligibility may lead to rejection of your loan application.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should be the borrower's age to apply for gold loan?

Borrower should be at least 18 years and not more than 70 years of age.

What type of gold jewellery can give for availing loan against gold?

  • Gold ornaments with karatage in the range of 18 to 24 karats.
  • Both Hallmarked Jewellery and non Hallmarked Jewellery can be used for availing gold loan, but the processing fee will be different in both cases
  • Specially minted gold coins sold by banks with a weight of upto 50 grams.
  • What type of gold jewellery is not accepted for giving as security?

    One cannot borrow against gold bars, gold funds (gold Exchange Traded Funds) and specially minted gold coins of banks weighing more than 50 grams. Ladies mangal sutra is not accepted as security.

    What is the maximum gold loan amount available?

    Maximum amount varies from lender to lender. Majority of lender banks fund up to 25 lacs. For existing customers with a good credit history, some banks may provide loans up to Rs 1 crore.

    Can I get gold loan if my CIBIL score is poor?

    Yes. Banks do not check CIBIL score for sanctioning gold loan. So, those with low CIBIL score or default in other loans can also easily get loan. However, gold loan appears in your CIBIL report and hence if you repay its EMI regularly, your CIBIL score may improve over time.

    What is the maximum amount I can get against my jewellery?

    Most banks and NBFC's fund up to 70 - 75% of the market value of gold jewellery (adjusted for relative purity of gold pledged). Average market price is calculated as the closing price of 22 carat gold for the preceding 30 days. Check your gold loan eligibility online at MyLoanCare

    What are the repayment options on gold loan?

    Three repayment options on gold loan are:
    • Bullet Repayment:Simple interest is paid at monthly/ quarterly rests and principal is repaid on maturity date
    • EMI Repayment: Equal installments comprising interest on a declining basis and a portion of principal amount are paid every month
    • Overdraft Scheme: This is an overdraft facility against gold pledged with the bank. Customer pays interest to the bank on the amount of loan actually utilized and can deposit back and redraw the surplus whenever needed

    What is Agriculture Gold Loan? What benefits does it offer?

    Any person who is engaged in agriculture or allied activities is eligible for this loan. However one needs to submit evidence of farming activity (like proof of land records) to avail loan under this scheme
    • Maximum loan amount: Upto Rs. 10 Lakh
    • Upto 75% of the value of the ornaments
    • Max loan duration: 3 years
    • Rate of Interest: approx 7%-8% after taking into account government subsidy and benefits

    What is the maximum loan tenure I can get?

    Gold loan tenure can vary from one day to four years. The tenure can be customized to suit the borrower’s need and purpose for which the gold is being pledged for loan.
    NBFC’s such as Manappuram offer short duration loans for a few days to a few months. However, they offer the customer an option to refinance rollover the loan on maturity provided the interest has been regularly serviced. The loan company would re-value the gold at the current gold price and calculate fresh eligibility at the time of rebooking the loan. Check your loan eligibility online at Gold Loan Eligibility Calculator.
    Banks such as HDFC, Axis and Indus are lending against gold for a few months to a few years.
    Gold backed agriculture loans offered by PSU banks are typically for shorter duration and cover a crop cycle. Government offers interest subsidy on gold backed agriculture loans and they also qualify as priority sector lending (PSL) under RBI guidelines.

    Can I prepay my gold loan?

    Most banks allow customers to prepay or foreclose their loan at any time. Generally shorter duration from public sector banks and loan companies carry zero prepayment penalty. Private banks offering longer duration gold loans and OD tend to charge prepayment charges in the range of 0.25% to 1% of the loan amount.

    Will banks charge extra fee if I fail to repay loan on time?

    Yes, banks charge penal fee for late payment. The percent of penal charge can be over and above the existing rate of interest or above the overdue amount. Most bank charge penal fee up to 2% p.a. over and above applicable rate of interest. Some banks also charge up to 24% p.a. as penal interest over and above applicable rate of interest. So be careful while selecting particular gold loan scheme and do check the penal fee and other charges

    How much time will it take for me to get money?

    Generally banks and NBFC's offer quick disbursement of gold loan within an hour of walk-in at specialized loan branches. MyLoanCare can help you connect with your nearest gold loan bank branch. Play safe with your valuables and visit the branch only after your appointment is confirmed by us.

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Gold Loan News - Feb 2017
17th Feb 17 Regional Rural Bank gold loan limit doubled
Reserve Bank of India has raised the ceiling of gold loan provided by regional rural banks to Rs. 2 lakhs from Rs. 1 lakh earlier. The relaxation in ceiling is expected to ease out access to credit for farmers and artisans. Borrowers can repay the loan at the end of the tenure, but the interest will be chargeable on a monthly basis. However, the benefit of high loan amount will be applicable on loans with a tenure upto one year.
16th Feb 17 Gold recycling shoots up after demonetisation
Gold imports by India have declined drastically after demonetisation as buyers are inclined to recycle their old gold for purchasing new jewellery. Gold merchants have seen a steep rise in recycled gold by 50 percent during the ongoing wedding season. Experts from the country have the opinion that the trend of decline in gold imports and increase in recycled gold can be expected to continue in FY18 as well.
15th Feb 17 Muthoot Finance to invest in Muthoot Homefin Limited
Muthoot Finance is planning infuse equity of Rs 1.93 crorein its subsidiary company Muthoot Homefin Limited. Under the deal, the company will purchase 17,00,000 shares of Muthoot Homefin and increase its stake to 88.27 percent in the subsidiary company.
14th Feb 17 Muthoot Finance registers 56 percent growth in its net profit during third quarter of FY17
Muthoot Finance has reported a growth of 56 percent in its net profit during the third quarter of FY17 at Rs. 291 crore as compared to Rs. 186 crore for the corresponding period a year ago. Total income of the gold company has increased to Rs. 1,346 crore during the quarter as compared to Rs. 1,141 crore a year ago.
13th Feb 17 Gold prices rise by Rs. 225 on global cues
Gold prices rise by Rs. 225 on 11th February, 2017 at Rs. 29,725 per 10 grams in future trade in response to cues from the global market. Bullion traders credited the recovery in gold prices to a firm trend in gold prices overseas and increased buying by local jewellers to meet the demand in domestic spot market.
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