EMI is the abbreviation for ‘Equated Monthly Instalment’. If you avail a loan, until it is repaid in full, the borrower will have to pay a portion of the entire amount each month to the lender, this amount is known as EMI. This amount will include the interest due on the loan and a portion of the principal amount. Even though the EMI paid monthly remains the same each month, the proportion of interest and principal changes. In the initial stages of the loan, a major portion of the EMI payment constitutes of the interest. The principal outstanding reduces as the loan period progresses, and the portion of interest that’s to be paid decreases. This method carries on until the end of the loan period when the borrower has completed paying off the entire loan amount.
If you are a math-whiz, you can sit and calculate EMIs using a paper, pencil and the formula:
However, if you (like many of us) find that to be too complicated or just want to save time, you can simply head on over to the internet and use an EMI calculator. Don’t forget about the processing fee, which is usually around 1-3%, and will vary according to the bank or institution that you borrow the amount from. You can go to Qbera’s website to find a very user-friendly Personal Loan EMI calculator.
EMI Calculators are very simple to use. Simply plug in the loan amount, the tenure (in months) and the rate of Interest by moving the sliders to the left or right, adjusting the value. The calculator will immediately give you the EMI information that you are looking for. The calculator provides the following information:
1. What is the tenure of a personal loan from Qbera?
The loan tenure at Qbera is a flexible one and it ranges from 1 to 5 years (12 to 60 months).
2. What is an EMI?
It is the fixed amount that a borrower pays to the lender on a particular date every month. An EMI includes the principal and interest charged on a loan.
3. What is the minimum and maximum loan amount that I can get from Qbera?
The loan amount ranges between Rs. 25,000 to Rs. 10 Lacs.
4. What is unique about Qbera?
Our technology and lending partnership allow us to offer a world-class experience to our borrowers:
Our CIBIL score cut-off is 625 and we can give loans to employees of more than 9 lac companies in India. Now you don’t have to get rejected by banks just because they have not analyzed and categorized your employer.
5. What should be my age to apply for a loan with Qbera?
You must be at least 23 years old to apply for a loan.
6. What should be my minimum salary to get a loan?
Your net monthly income must be Rs. 20,000 or more.
7. What should be my CIBIL score cut-off for a personal loan?
Our CIBIL score cut-off is 625 (V2 score).
8. What is the rate of interest charged on a personal loan?
Rate of interest depends on a borrower’s income, CIBIL score, employer, age etc. Qbera collects information from your application form and various other data sources to create a personalized loan offer for you. Our interest rates start at 11.99%.
9. What is the eligibility criteria to get a loan from Qbera?
To get a loan from Qbera, a borrower should meet the following eligibility criteria:
10. How do I apply for a loan online?
To apply for a loan online, click here. For queries, please Whatsapp us on +91 89719 28484.
11. What are the documents required to get a loan from Qbera?
The following documents would be required after your loan is digitally approved:
12. What is the processing fee charged on a personal loan by Qbera?
The processing fee ranges between 2% - 4%.
13. How can I repay my loan?
Qbera provides easy repayment of its smart loans through automatic debit of EMIs via NACH mandate.
14. Why was my loan application rejected at Qbera?
Although we have one of the best approval rates in the industry, we may have to reject some applications if they do not meet our basic qualification criteria. You can re-apply after 3 months in case you think that your credit profile has improved.
15. Can I re-apply for a loan?
Qbera requires you to wait for at least 3 months before re-applying for a personal loan.
16. How much time does Qbera take to process a loan application?
It will not take more than 10 minutes to fill up your online application form. Our technology allows us to disburse the approved loan amount within 24-48 hours.
17. Is part/prepayment allowed on my personal loan?
We do not allow part-payments. However, you can prepay your loan after completing 1 year of repayment. (Foreclosure charges: 5% + GST applicable).
18. Do I need to submit any collateral to get a personal loan from Qbera?
All personal loans offered by Qbera are unsecured. Hence, you need not submit any assets or property to secure a loan.
||11.99% to 35.99%
|| 1% to 5% of total loan amount
||₹1,00,000 to ₹15,00,000
||12 to 60 months
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