Small Medium Enterprises (SME) loans are a form of business loans extended only to medium-sized enterprises. These loans are tailor-made to suit the needs and requirements of SMEs. Whether you're looking to grow one, Business Loan from Bajaj Finserv would prove to be the smartest option.
When you apply for a business loan in India, it is likely that you are a self-employed individual/chartered accountant, doctor, lawyer, working in a limited/private limited company or a partnership/proprietorship firm. The easiest way however, to apply for a business loan, is to go online and get your job done in minutes. The eligibility criteria and loan amount might depend on factors such as: Type of Business Turnover Cash-flow Profit Track Record
Bajaj Finserv helps your growing businesses by offering one of the lowest Business Loan interest rates in India. In order to check your interest rate on Business Loan, we have a calculator for you. Other charges such as Processing Fees, Secure Fee and EMI bounce charges would be applicable. Now you can apply for a Business Loan online and get approval within minutes.
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A Small Business Loan is a form of a Business Loan which has been exclusively designed and tailored to meet the requirements of a small to medium scale business.
Owning a business is an exciting journey. When starting off there are many odds and ends to be met, once the business is set things will begin to takeoff. However nothing is possible in the business world without the right financing. Many business owners will review the financing options available to them, Business Loans are the best suitable for kind of your requirements.
As a business owner, your most difficult task is finding the money to operate your business. Taking the necessary steps to prepare for a small business loan can minimize the difficulty.
Learn what you need to know to clinch the loan deal.
You can get a loan for your business by proper preparation. The main requirements of attaining a business loan are your credit history, business plan, experience, education, and feasibility of the business you are expanding.
The most important task to obtain a business loan is to improve the business. Your business plan must answer the questions, a lending institution would ask for following.
Rate of Interest will be based on bank/financial Institutions internal policies and terms. Generally Bank account conduct, reputation of the entity, repayment capability, credit history, Promoters Back ground and other credit related factors which can be evolve for Business Loans.
Tenor: from min of 12 months to Max of 48 months.
Interest Rate: from min 16(percent) to 22 (percent) .
Age: Min of 24 years to max of 55 years.
Repayment: Monthly EMI to be paid till the loan closure.
Repayment mode: By way of PDC, ECS or Standing Instructions.
Pre-Closure Charges: Will be applicable as per bank norms.
|Business Loans||Working Capital Facilities|
|Generally Business Loan are small tenor unsecured loans offered by the bank based on the requirement, conduct and credit history of the entity.||Working Capital loans are related to business day to day operations, there is no limitation for the working capital facilities as per the entities financial performance and collateral capacity.|
|Business Loans are by nature it is a loan and need to repay the regular instalment till the loan will be cleared.||Working capital Facility is a facility you can avail the regular day to day transactions for your business purpose, generally WCF will be sanctioned for 12 months tenor.|
|Business Loans can be used for any related works, and there is no restriction for usage of funds.||WCF will be used only for business and business related purpose, there is a restriction on usage for facilities.|
|Business Loans will be only provide the fund based limits.||Working capital facilities can be sanctioned for fund based or non fund based requirement.|
|Only one type of facility can be availed from the Business Loans from the bank||Various types of facilities can be offered by the bank under WCF facilities.|
|Business Loans can be availed by small business owners.||WCF facilities can be availed by small business owner to big corporate.|
|Maximum tenor of loan is 48 months offered by the banks.||Maximum tenor will be 12 months based on the facility requirement.|
|Business Loans are costly than the WCF loans. Generally interest rates will be very from 18% to 21%.||WCF are relatively cheaper than the Business Loans. Generally interest rates will be vary 13% to 15% as per bank internal policy.|
|Minimum of 3 years vintage will be required for the business loans.||Min of 1 year vintage for calculation of eligibility will require for WCF.|
|Generally Business Loans will be used for unexpected requirement in business..||WCF will be used for regular activities of business.|
|Loan disbursement will be max 7-15 days from the date of application.||Min of 15 days to max of 90 days will require for process the WCF request from the date of application.|
|Banks/Financial Institutions will prefer to provide the business loans to WCF customers.||Banks will prefer to take more collateral to fund the WCF.|
|Interest will be on total loan outstanding and will be calculated on monthly basis.||Interest will be calculated on daily basis outstanding and will be debited in account on monthly basis.|
Hyderabad city is the capital city of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, in the region of Telangana.
The city has an estimated population of around 8 million, making it 4th largest city in India, while the population of the metropolitan area was estimated above 9 million. Religiously and culturally, the city is united with Hindus, Muslims and Christians.
Hyderabad is an emerging information technology (or IT) and biotechnology hub of India. Hyderabad's many epithets include the City of Pearls, the City of Nawabs, the Biryani City and, because of its high-tech draw, Cyberabad.
Hyderabad has witnessed a remarkable growth in the real estate business. A number of mega malls have come up and are being built in the city. The rapid growth of the city, along with the growth of Secunderabad and neighbouring municipalities has resulted in a large metropolitan area.
The Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad has a unique distinction as the third largest museum in India and earned a worldwide fame for its largest one-man collection of antiques. It is a home for the prized collections from different civilizations. The Museum is a royal treat for art collectors with its 43,000 art objects and 50,000 priceless books and manuscripts. The collections range from Indian Art, Middle Eastern Art, European Art, Far Eastern Art, Children Art etc.
The sparkling white structure visible through skyline of modern Hyderabad, Birla Mandir is located towards the southern end of Hussain Sagar Lake in Hyderabad situated atop the Kala Pahad which is a twin hillock of Naubat Pahad. The Birlas had built this temple in 1976 with white marbles procured from Rajasthan. The temple is dedicated to Sri Venkateswara. The hillock is at a height of 280-feet situated on a 13-acre plot
Golconda was the principal capital of the Qutub Shahi kings and a bustling centre for administration and commerce. This historical monument was constructed in the 1600’s. It was once considered to be home to a vault containing the ‘Hope’ and ‘Kohinoor’ diamonds. The inner fort has ruins of palaces, mosques and a hill top pavilion, which rises to more than 120 meters high and gives a bird’s eye view of other buildings. Golconda fort is undoubtedly one of most magnificent fortress complexes in India and it rests on a granite hill, considered an iconic monument depicting the history of Hyderabad.
Established in 1959, Considered to be among the best zoos in Asia, the Nehru Zoological Park is home to more than 1,500 species of birds, animals, and reptiles. The zoo hosts different species such as Indian Rhino, Bengal Tiger, Mynahs, African Elephants, White Peacocks, Chimpanzees,Rhinoceros and Python are some of the attractions that make the place unforgettable.
Charminar is a monument and a mosque, which is synonymous with the history of Hyderabad, India. The majestic structure was completed in 1591 CE and is not only a landmark building of Hyderabad but also a famous monument of India. A must visit place for anyone who wants to treat his eyes to an architectural masterpiece, the ‘Charminar’ is shrouded by myths regarding the purpose behind its construction.
Built by noted Sufi saint, Hazrat Syed Hussain Shah Wali in 1526, this lake is located across an area of 5.7 sq.Km. It receives its water supply from the Musi River. Boasting of some exotic surroundings, Hussain Sagar serves as the ideal location for a tranquilising evening with loved ones.
Maintained by the Buddha Purnima Project Authority as per the directives issued by the Telangana government is urban park was constructed in 1994. It is a dream come true for those willing to enjoy scenic beauty and that right in the heart of Hyderabad.
You can add a spiritual/religious flavor to your trip by visiting the ‘Jagannath Temple’ which is located in the Banjara Hills. A replica of the original temple in Puri, this sacred monument serves as a fitting tribute to the Oriya community in the city.
Equipped with a lavish reception room and a library which has a roof carved from Walnut, the Falaknuma was once private property of the Nizam’s royal family. On the architectural front, it a blend of the Italian and Tudor styles. Interestingly, its last significant guest was Rajendra Prassad who visited the palace in the 1950’s.
The brainchild of noted film producer Ramoji Rao, this celebrated facility was certified the world’s largest film studio complex in the world by the Guinness book of world records nearly two decades ago. A host of films have been shot here. A popular tourist attraction, it boasts of some impressive features such as a full-fledged amusement park.