DHFL Loan Against Property Eligibility

Last Updated 20th Dec 2019

DHFL Loan Against Property Calculator India Jul 2020

Eligibility Criteria Salaried Self Employed
Age of Eligible Borrower 21 - 60 years 21 - 65 years
Maximum Loan Tenure 15 years 15 years
Eligible Monthly Income Rs. 25,000 Rs. 25,000
Loan as percent of Property Value Upto 60% Upto 60%
Minimum Work Experience 2 year 5 year
Eligible property Self occupied/ rented/ vacant Residential Property, Commercial Property Self occupied/ rented/ vacant Residential Property, Commercial Property
  • DHFL loan against property is calculated based on your age, income, property value and repayment capacity.
  • Increase your DHFL mortgage loan eligibility by adding earning family members, business firms and companies owned by main applicant as co-applicants or by applying for a longer tenure loan
Loan Against Property Eligibility Calculator

DHFL loan against property eligibility based on age
  • Age: DHFL considers your age as one of the important parameters to calculate your eligibility of a mortgage loan. To be eligible for availing a loan from DHFL, one has to be of atleast 21 years of age. The maximum age for loan from DHFL can be 60 years for salaried and 65 years for self employed. DHFL eligibility calculator takes age as an input to calculate your maximum loan tenure, loan EMI and hence, your loan amount eligibility. The maximum tenure of loan that you may be eligible based on your current age will be as follows:
Your current age Max tenure for salaried Max tenure for self employed
25 Years 15 Years 15 Years
30 Years 15 Years 15 Years
40 Years 15 Years 15 Years
50 Years 10 Years 15 Years
60 Years - 5 Years

DHFL Mortgage loan eligibility based on income

  • Net Income: The amount of loan you can avail is a function of your net income. DHFL typically applies a multiplier of up to 60 times on monthly net income of the borrower to calculate the mortgage loan eligibility. For example, if your net monthly income is Rs. 70,000 and you take a mortgage loan of Rs. 50 lakh at 12.00% interest rate offered by bank, the maximum loan amount that you will be eligible for (assuming you have no other EMI’s to pay) would be as follows:
    Age Net Monthly Income (Rs.)
    50,000 75,000 100,000
    25 years 27.08 Lakh 40.62 Lakh 54.16 Lakh
    30 years 27.08 Lakh 40.62 Lakh 54.16 Lakh
    35 years 27.08 Lakh 40.62 Lakh 54.16 Lakh
    40 years 27.08 Lakh 40.62 Lakh 54.16 Lakh
    50 years 22.65 Lakh 33.98 Lakh 45.31 Lakh

    You may consider repaying any loans with short tenure and high EMI in order to increase your DHFL loan against property eligibility.

  • Nature of Employment: DHFL will check whether you are salaried or self employed. It also looks at your years of experience to check for job and income stability. DHFL requires minimum income history and job stability of more than 2 years for salaried individuals and of 5 years for self employed individuals.

DHFL Loan against property eligibility based on value of property

  • Value of property: DHFL does not finance the entire property value. The maximum Loan Against Property Eligibility would depend upon the value of the property. Suppose you intend to take a loan on a property worth Rs. 20 lakh. The amount of loan you will be eligible for will vary with the nature of property. A residential property worth Rs. 20 lakh will fetch the highest loan amount of Rs. 12 Lakh.
    Property Type LTV Property Value Maximum Loan Amount
    Commercial Property 60% Rs. 20 Lakh Rs. 12 Lakh
    Residential Property 60% Rs. 20 Lakh Rs. 12 Lakh
  • Co-applicant: In order to enhance the eligibility of a loan with DHFL, one can apply with a co-applicant such as a spouse or parents. This increases the total eligible income for availing a property loan and enhance the amount of eligible loans. As mentioned earlier, every bank has its own set of eligibility criteria. In case of NBFCs, customers can expect higher eligibility
  • Property documents: Your property’s legal documents should be satisfactory and be cleared by the legal team of DHFL

DHFL property loan eligibility based on CIBIL score

CIBIL Score: The credit history of an individual plays an important role in deciding the amount of the loan. Credit history is basically the credit report of an individual based on credit information recorded by CIBIL for all your past and current loan transactions. Based on your credit score, a bank or any other financial institution decides whether an individual is eligible for a loan or not. Regular payment on secured loans can also increase your CIBIL score. DHFL requires a minimum credit score of 650 to be eligible for a property loan.

There are few factors which affect your credit score and in turn impact your chances of getting of loan from DHFL.

Late payments – If have delayed in repaying your existing or past loans, it negatively affects your CIBIL score and reduces your chances of getting a loan from DHFL.

High number of unsecured loans – Always keep a balance between secured and unsecured loans. Unsecured loans are riskier and more number of unsecured loans can adversely affect your credit score.

Usage of credit limit – Credit card bills and use of credit limit shows your credit behaviour. Frequent usage or withdrawals of large amounts up to the credit card limit reflects a potential financial stress, indiscipline on your part and may adversely impact your credit score.

Multiple loan applications – If you apply for loan in multiple banks at one time, it can affect your score negatively and reduce your CIBIL score. In case of application rejection from DHFL, improve your credit worthiness to get a good score before putting in an application in another bank.

DHFL Mortgage loan eligibility based on FOIR

DHFL calculates FOIR (Fixed Obligation to Income Ratio) to estimate the amount of loan against property you can avail. DHFL will calculate the percentage of fixed obligations (Rent and EMIs) to your net monthly income. Your fixed obligations to monthly income ratio should not be more than 65% to get a mortgage loan from DHFL. Always calculate your eligibility with DHFL mortgage loan calculator to estimate your eligible loan amount before applying for a loan to reduce the chances of getting your loan application rejected.

Frequently Asked Questions

✅ What factors determine the eligibility criteria of property loan from DHFL ?

The factors that determine the eligibility criteria of DHFL property loan are:-

  • Age of the applicant
  • Monthly income
  • Existing liabilities
  • CIBIL Score
  • Value of the property to be mortgaged
✅ What should be the minimum net monthly income of the customer to get DHFL mortgage loan?

The minimum income for salaried employee to get loan against property should be Rs. 25,000 per month.

What is the minimum and maximum age required for DHFL loan against property?

The minimum age of the applicant should be 21 years and maximum should be 60 years for loan against property from DHFL.

✅ What is the tenure of DHFL property loan?

DHFL offers property loan for a tenure upto 15 years. However, longer the loan tenure, higher will be the eligibility.

✅ How much mortgage loan can be availed by the applicant?

An applicant can avail mortgage loan from DHFL up to 60% of the market value of the property.

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DHFL Loan Against Property News - Jul 2020
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