Home Loans for the Self-Employed
Get a home loan easily and quickly without income proof.
Why is an HomeFirst home loan good option for you?
No income proof required
Self-employed or informal salaried We don’t require income proof to sanction a loan.
Technology put to good use
Entirely Paperless process. Track your loan online, access your loan statements, prepayment of loans without any prepayment charges, and raise service requests through the HomeFirst Customer Portal.
This feature facilitates pre-payments in addition to EMI with no pre-payment charge for existing customers.
Loans are available to all self-employed individuals with a steady source of income. Find your eligibility with our handy calculator.Calculate my eligibility
HomeFirst has designed this product to suit the special requirements of customers who run their own businesses, and who do not always have documented proof of income. Most financial institutions give out loans only to salaried people, but HomeFirst aims to change that.
HomeFirst has several specialized loan products, depending on the circumstances of our customers and their unique requirements. As such we are constantly innovating, and now have several varieties of home loans. You can read about all our products here.
Our only requirement from our self-employed customers is a steady source of income & good credit history to ensure that you can pay the EMI installments without an issue. We work with each customer individually to determine what the best product is for their needs, and lack of proof of income is no bar to apply for a loan for the self-employed.
Our full and final list of documentation is available in a convenient schedule here. HomeFirst understands that proof of income is not always available for self-employed customers, so we find other ways to ensure that you have a steady source of income. Apply for a loan today, and our relationship managers are sure to assist you in every way.
Depending on the EMI amount that you can afford every month, a tenure is fixed for you by our relationship managers. To get an idea of what your loan with HomeFirst could look like, you can use our handy EMI calculator.
No, a guarantor is not required for a home loan for the self-employed.
A spouse or a blood relative can become a co-applicant for this loan. We actively encourage family members to take on the loan together.
Yes, there can be multiple applicants for a self-employed home loan.
Yes, the EMI amount can most certainly be increased. Using our auto prepay feature, we encourage our customers to increase EMI payment amounts and reduce their tenure, resulting in long-term savings for them, through a reduction in the principal amount.
At the time of loan approval, the HomeFirst relationship manager will work out an EMI amount that will be deducted from your bank account on a fixed day every month. You can increase the EMI amount with our auto prepay feature, which will reduce your loan principal and the tenure of your loan while creating long-term savings for you.
At the time of your loan approval, you are required to fill out an ACH form, to allow the EMIs to be directly deducted from your bank account at a fixed time every month. All you need to do is ensure that your account has sufficient balance, and we will take care of the rest.
No, there are no charges if you choose to prepay some or all of your loans. Not only has RBI removed prepayment charges on loans, but HomeFirst also supports and encourages our customers to prepay their loans, so as to save in the long-term.
Home loans are deductible under Section 24 and 80C of the Income Tax Act. For more information, contact your relationship manager, or consult with a tax expert.
We do consult credit scores, but each of our customer applications is handled individually and personally. So long as we can be assured that you will be able to pay the EMIs regularly, we encourage you to apply for a home loan with us. The advantage of dealing with HomeFirst is that we consider each applicant personally, and not the basis of numbers alone.
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