How Home Loan EMI is calculated ?

Do you know how home loan EMI is calculated ? Its not just about Home loan , it can be any loan EMI . In this post we will learn how do we calculate monthly EMI for home Loan and how increasing Tenure does not help much after a certain point. A lot of people do not know that increasing the tenure only leads to increase in Interest amount payable and nothing else . The decrease in EMI is not proportional to the increase in Loan tenure . In Housing Finance , Equated Monthly Installments (EMI) refers to the monthly payment towards interest and principal made by a borrower to a lender. EMI is calculated using a formula that considers .

home loan EMI formula

Where,

L = Loan amount
i = Interest Rate (rate per annum divided by 12)
^ = to the power of
N = loan period in months

Example

Assuming a loan of Rs 1 Lakh at 11 percent per annum , repayable in 15 years, the EMI calculation using the formula will be :

EMI = (100000 x .00916) x ((1+.00916)^180 ) / ([(1+.00916)^180] – 1)

====> 916 X (5.161846 / 4.161846)

EMI = Rs 1,136

Note  at  i = 11 percent / 12 = .11/12 = .00916

Q. How much benefit we get by increasing the Tenure of the Loan. Considering a Loan of Rs 30 Lacs at 12% interest rate.

Ans : I did a bit of my so called “mathematical skills” … and found out that EMI is of form

EMI(n) = C1 X C2^n / C2^n-1 , where
C1 = L * i
C2 = 1+i

So the difference in the EMI value for n+1 and n is nothing but

by a bit of caculation i got :

EMI(n) – EMI(n+1) = C1 x (C2^2n – C2^n) / (C2^2n – 1)

and when n becomes very large … and appling limit, we get

Lim C1 x (C2^2n – C2^n) / (C2^2n – 1)
-> Inf

=>

Lim C1 / C2^n
n->Inf

and as C2 > 1 (C2 = 1+i)

=>

Lim C1/C2^n = 0
n->Inf

Or in other words if we differentiate the EMI formula … we get a constant …

It shows and proves that the difference in EMI value is not very significant copmpared to the change in tenure and at one stage its almost of no gain to increase the tenure.

To show this argument : i would like to present an example, considering my old question:

Q. How much benefit we get by increasing the Tenure of the Loan. Considering a Loan of Rs 30 Lacs at 12% interest rate.

I am listing down the EMI value for different Tenures from 10 years to 100 years

Tenure EMI Differnce in EMI when tenure increased by 5 years

10 43041 7036
15 36005 2972
20 33032 1435
25 31596 738
30 30858 391
35 30466. 211
40 30254 115
45 30139 63
50 30076 34
55 30042 18
60 30023 10
65 30012 5
70 30007 3
75 30003 1
80 30002 0.95
85 30001.17 0.52
90 30000.64 0.29
95 30000.35 0.159

What it tells us is that it’s almost useless to extend the tenure after some time …



By Manish Chauhan on January 18, 2008 · Posted in Loans

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stock market says:

You are brilliant! Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas and tools.

Posted on September 11th, 2009

Manish Chauhan says:

@Stock trading

Thanks a lot .. what do you think about the maths done here :) .. just curious :)

Manish

Posted on September 11th, 2009

Anonymous says:

I have taken a fixed home loan of 20,00,000 for 15 years with 9.5% rate. My EMI was 22K, however i started paying 30K instead to save some interest.
Current outstanding is 17.40 Lacs,
With my calculation i will be closing the loan in next 6 years.
I have some money now around 1 Lac, Should i pay this one and save interest or invest in a mutual fund and continue as per plan to close in 6 years.

Posted on September 30th, 2009

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Posted on December 11th, 2009

Ajeet Khurana says:

Brilliant conclusion man. Thanks for this :) I saw this blog today for the first time, but I will visit again :)

Posted on January 8th, 2010

Manish Chauhan says:

Hi Ajeet

Thanks for stopping by and reading . I am sure you will get amazing things in future too :)

Manish

Posted on January 8th, 2010

Amarnath says:

Manish ,

U Rockz . Tihs blog makes me to re check my math skills ;) . U r simply awsome

Posted on January 21st, 2010

manish says:

Amarnath

Thanks man … I am sure you are talking about the calculas part :)

Manish

Posted on January 21st, 2010

Anand says:

Was just browsing through old posts of yours. Would be good if readers also browse this loan amortization schedule @ http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/using-the-loan-amortization-and-loan-analysis-templates-HA001034640.aspx

Posted on August 13th, 2010

Geo thomas says:

hi manish i read this mail, i adviced my sister to take a longer duration home loan, the reason is every year she does top up of 1lac rs in principal and the difference from 20 years to 15yrs is small, she invest the small part in sip, which we book book profit and prepay the loan, we have planned to stop the loan in ten years . this way she is paying more of principal in the initial 6 years.
is it a good statergy.

Posted on August 23rd, 2010

Manish Chauhan says:

Geo

I dont think so . If it was increasing the tenure from 5 to 10 yrs or 10 to 15 yrs, the reduction in EMI would be good enough , but just try to see what is the EMI reduction happenening when you increase the tenure from 20 to 25 yrs ?

For a 40 lacs loan @10% interest and tenure 20 yrs , EMI per month = 38601

However when you increase the Tenure to 25 yrs , the EMI comes to 36348 . Thats very insignificant decrease .

Manish

Posted on August 23rd, 2010

Srikar says:

your work is commendable..
but you forgot to take into account time value of money.

Value of money after 30 years is going to be much less than what it is going to be after 10 years. So, repaying the loan in 30 years is much beneficial than repaying back in 10 years. ( in accordance to your stats mentioned above)

You are right when it comes to comparison for 100 years..but I dont think it applies in real world as no bank would offer you that…

cheers,
Srikar

Posted on August 31st, 2010

Manish Chauhan says:

yup

Agree with you

Manish

Posted on August 31st, 2010

sagar says:

good this is helpfull.

Posted on November 25th, 2010

Thangavel says:

Dear Manish,

First of all my sincere thanks to you for writing this blog. It really educates me a lot and helps me to lead a wealthy life.

I’ve a query to you regarding housing loan per-repayment of principal while the loan is in partial disburse sate (the loan amount is not fully disbursed).

In details:

- I booked a FLAT which is under construction
- For that, I opt for home loan from SBI (EASY HOME LOAN product)
- The load got sanctioned for 35L on Dec 2009 but the payout(disburse) of the loan amount is linked with the progress of the my flat.
- So for, I the bank disbursed 20L as my flat progressed
- The repayment(EMI) will start in one of the following cases which ever comes first.
1. on July 2011
2. after completion of my flat (i.e. once the full loan amount is disbursed)

- And I don’t need start any repayment(pre-EMI) before the EMI commences.
- But the interest will be calculated for the partial disburse amount and it’s accumulated(again, interest is applicable for the interest) in my loan account.
- From my loan account statement, I can see around 1.5L is accumulated a interest for the partial disburse.
- Meanwhile, I’ve saved around 5L from my salary and put it in a FD (in a different bank) where the interest rate is lower than the home loan interest.

My question here is:
Can I pay 5L towards my loan account now? (1.5L towards interest + 3.5L towards principle)
I asked the same question to my SBI bank manager, he confirmed about the interest part (1.5L) but he is not sure(he don’t know the T&C) about the principle part. He recommend me to not payback the principle now but after the EMI starts.
My problem is, loosing money because of,
– the interest difference between my FD and my home loan
– and the TDS for interest earned form my FD.

And I fear, if any penalty applicable for if I prepay principle(3.5L) at this stage.

Thanks!

Posted on December 31st, 2010

Manish Chauhan says:

Thangavel

Please ask your questions at http://www.jagoinvestor.com/forum/ and please make it short

Manish

Posted on January 13th, 2011

Satish12 says:

Fantastic job done by you Manish. Thanks to people like you who are working for the benefit of all without looking for any personal benefits. Kudos.

Posted on January 25th, 2011

Manish Chauhan says:

Satish

Thanks :) . Keep reading

Posted on January 25th, 2011

Manish Chauhan says:

Satish

Thanks :)

Posted on January 25th, 2011

Prithvi says:

Hi Manish,

I have taken 30,71,000 home loan from SBI for a tenure of 20 years. Interest rate is 8 % 1st year, 9% for 2nd and 3rd year and then floating. SBI has included 18 months of Moratorium period since property will be ready by then, and they will charge only interest part and not principal during this period. Now builder is demanding me to avail ADF facility with SBI. I feel that ADF is not good for me because even on face I am paying extra with Moratorium option, if I invest balance part of EMI for a period of 20 years with average 10 % yearly return that would fill the extra amount I am paying. And second advantage is that I can keep check on builder for work completion to my satisfaction. Can you please help me decide on which option to choose ADF or Moratorium period?

Posted on March 31st, 2011

Manish Chauhan says:

Prithvi

Dont go for ADF , choose pre-EMI , here is why : http://www.rediff.com/getahead/2006/jul/03loan.htm

Manish

Posted on March 31st, 2011

Prithvi says:

Thanks Manish..

Posted on April 1st, 2011

Rajashekar says:

I”ve applied a home loan by structured EMI, Where I am paying 1st 4 EMI of Rs. 1000/- and 6th EMI as 11320.00 & nest 5 EMI as 1000.00 and 6th EMI as 11320 for this process entire 60 month paying.

Kindly provide the EMI repayment schedule with EMI, Interest Portion, Principal Protion and Outstanding Principal after EMI.

Loan Amount 100000.00
Tenure – 60 Months
Sturctured EMI – Monthly 1000.00 & Half Yearly 11320.00
Rate of Interest: 20.00%

Pls replay as per the details, if you can provid ethe schdule in Excel than better for me.

Posted on June 1st, 2011

Mukesh Shaw says:

Hi,

I want know how bank calculate home loan limit of a person based on his earning power.

Thanks & regards,
mukesh

Posted on June 9th, 2011

Manish Chauhan says:

Mukesh

I am not sure on that, but it should be easy , it should be X times the yearly income , where X can range from bank to bank and is calculated based on job sector , security , past repaying capacity

Manish

Posted on June 9th, 2011

Amish says:

I have a plan to take home loan up to 15 lacs.Right now my property is in underconstruction. Now, i want to know if i get the loan from bank during that peroid. How should i have to pay EMI if bank give a money to contractor on progress based.

Posted on June 18th, 2011

Manish Chauhan says:

Amish

the whole procedure whold be almost same as you take a new flat , where exactly are you finding the problem ?

manish

Posted on June 18th, 2011

NVLN says:

What is the procedure to find out the break-up of Principal and Interest within a Constant EMI. For Example,

Loan Amount = INR 100,000/-
EMI = Constant Amount of INR 3,145.00Per Month, for 36 Months.
Rate of Interest = 8.25%PM
Thus, from Month 1 to Month 36, the Principal Component would increase while the Interest Component would decrease.

Please let me know how the appropriation of the EMI happens, between Principal and Interest Amounts, across these 36 Months.

Thanks in advance.

Posted on July 2nd, 2011

NVLN says:

In my Query, please read the Interest Rate as 8.25 % PA (type error – mentioned this as 8.25% PM).

Posted on July 2nd, 2011

Manish Chauhan says:

NVLM

You can use this calculator : http://www.jagoinvestor.com/calculators/html/loan-amortization.html

Manish

Posted on July 2nd, 2011

Manish says:

Hi Manish,

I have taken a home loan of 17 lakh for 20 years of which only 9.5 lakh is disbursed as yet.Pre EMI interest is being deducted of approx Rs8k .
Can you pls recommend the best options out of below:
1. Get Pre-emi converted to full EMI (of 17k) so that prinicpal also gets reduced
2. Continue paying interest only till full loan disbursement & pay partial repayments from after some intervals to reduced liability

Thanks in advance…!
Manish

Posted on September 15th, 2011

nirmal says:

loan amount 1000000, 60 months , interest 12.25 % how to calculat education loan emi method ? i want step method to find out principle and interest

Posted on January 13th, 2012

nirmal says:

EMI = (100000 x .00916) x ((1+.00916)^180 ) / ([(1+.00916)^180] – 1)

====> 916 X (5.161846 / 4.161846)

EMI = Rs 1,136

reply me step method : how to calculate ( 1+.00916) ^180
what is mean ^

Posted on January 13th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

Nirmal

That means to the power of , you can use our calculator on EMI : http://www.jagoinvestor.com/calculators/html/loan-amortization.html

Posted on January 13th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

Nirmal

You can use this calculator : http://www.jagoinvestor.com/calculators/html/loan-amortization.html

Manish

Posted on January 13th, 2012

tejkant says:

That was really an eye opener

thanks

Posted on January 30th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

Tejkant

Good to hear that you liked it :)

Posted on January 30th, 2012

Aditya says:

Hi Manish – great to see the black magic maths behind the EMI, i do have a question on this though, the above formulae seem to calculate for ‘repayment type loans’ which is fine most of the time. Quite curious what would be the formalae when only the ‘interest component is being paid’ as is common in western countries, clearly the above does not suit those cases?

Thanks
Aditya

Posted on February 2nd, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

Aditya

Some maths might be needs in that case .. not aware of that right now .. may be asking it on our Q&A forum would help

Posted on February 6th, 2012

selvi sathyanarayanan says:

Mr. Manish
I wanted to know whether the duration of the loan repayment will reduce or not if i increase the EMI.IF yes, kindly give me the benefits of doing so from the borrower’s point of view.

Posted on February 24th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

Selvi

Better than increasing the EMI , go for monthly prepayments .. that would be a better choice !

Posted on February 24th, 2012

Vasundhara says:

My home loan (sbi) Rs 20,00,000. tenure 15 yrs emi Rs 19226 I pre paid Rs 3,00,000 towards principle .now i like to pay another 4,00,000 towards principle also want to reduce tenure to 10 yrs . Please give me suitable suggestion

Posted on March 21st, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

Vasundhara

You can keep prepaying the amount , when your prepay , your EMI will be same, but the tenure will automatically come down ! . Dont worry on that. I am sure when you prepay 7 lac in total out of 20 lacs, your tenure will be below 10 lacs only . Ask your bank to give you the updated tenure now

Posted on March 21st, 2012

Rajiv says:

Great work man ..Keep it up..:-D

Posted on March 24th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

thanks Rajiv

Posted on March 24th, 2012

SACHIN says:

DEAR MANISH
Thanks for writing the mindblowing blog
My quiry is
I have purchased a under construction flat, it will be ready in next 1 yr., my construction company asking for the documents for making loan case. the EMI for which will be started after i get the possession of the flat.
1. do i have to pay the intertest on the money the construction company using for the period untile EMI start date. if yes can i pay some principle also with this interest.
2. if i have some money with me now, is it better to pay to the construction company & reduce the loan amount or to prepay this lumpsump amount to the bank after the loan case strat.

Posted on April 15th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

Sachin

This question is best suited for our forum : http://www.jagoinvestor.com/forum/

Posted on April 17th, 2012

Binu Mathew says:

I have taken 12 lakh loan. The interest rate is 8.25 for the first six months and then 9.25 for the next twelve months. How will I calculate the EMI for this loan? I’d be grateful to hear your solutions please. Thanks Binu

Posted on May 11th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

You need to make an amortization sheet (learn about it) and then you should be able to make it on your own !

Posted on May 14th, 2012

naresh Agarwal says:

Please advice
1. shall i withdraw my pf fund to reduce my home loan as home loan intrest @ 9.8 % and PF intrest rate is 8.6 % only
2. How the home loan intrest is calculated compounded quarterly or monthly as pf intrest rate is compounded monthly basis…..

Posted on June 24th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

Naresh

EMI is calculated this way : http://www.jagoinvestor.com/2008/01/how-home-loan-emi-is-calculated.html

Posted on June 27th, 2012

Rajesh says:

Dear Manish Ji,
Pls tell me how to calculate this figure
Thanks
((1+.00916)^180 ) / ([(1+.00916)^180] – 1)

(5.161846 / 4.161846)

EMI = Rs 1,136

Posted on September 21st, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

You can do it in excel sheet .. just put a “=” before that and press enter .

Posted on September 22nd, 2012

Dinesh says:

Manish

My loan amount is 1500000 lakh, for 20 years & rate if int is 11.10
EMI – 16310

Please tell me what is the calculation. Interest & Principle amount in EMI.

Posted on October 6th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

You can use this calculator to find it http://jagoinvestor.com/calculators/html/loan-amortization.html

Posted on October 9th, 2012

SANTOSH says:

Ihave taken the loan of Rs. 8500000 for 15 years@ 9.5% in 2004. Now after 8 years, how much should I pay totally if I want clear the loan now. And is it wise to do so?

Posted on October 26th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

You can check your loan outstanding from the bank where you have taken the loan from . Is it wise or not, will depend on your view about the debt and your over financial situation !

Posted on October 27th, 2012

Reshu says:

Thanks for putting the calculations Manish. I am planning to transfer my home loan from one bank to another. I want to calculate how much money i am going to save before i make this decision. Can you please point me to calculations which i can do, considering i will keep prepaying some amount in loan time to time?

Posted on November 19th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

Right now we do not have any such kind of calculator . I will try to prepare it sometime , as of now you can pose your question here http://www.jagoinvestor.com/forum/

Posted on November 20th, 2012

Murugan says:

Hello Manish,

Thank you for your valuable information. I have already obtained a Home Loan in my Native place (for which EMI is yet to start) and would like to avail a new loan where I am currently put up.

Could you kindly let me know or point to any information that would be helpful for me (in terms of using the money wisely – reduce loss of cash as interest etc.) and others who are in a similar situation?

Thanks in advance for your guidance.
Murugan.

Posted on November 29th, 2012

harsh says:

hello sir i ‘ve taken a loan of 1500000 @10.75 i just want to know which tenure period would be beneficial for me if emi can be paid up to 25000.

Posted on November 29th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

If you can pay upto 25,000 as EMI , the tenure will automatically get reduced , just start paying more !

Posted on November 30th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

This might help – http://www.jagoinvestor.com/2011/04/loan-amortization-emi.html

Posted on November 30th, 2012

Sundar says:

I have a question Manish,
We have taken a loan of Rs3590000 and pay an EMI of Rs 40900 from Jan12.
During September and October we paid Rs one lakh each as partial repayment. We would like to know how many instalments we need to pay further at the same rate of EMI
Kindly answer me by mail.
Regards,
Sundar

Posted on December 3rd, 2012

suresh says:

thanks nice explanation for EMI.
after finding EMI from formulas mentioned above. how can we know what is the amount of principal & interest involved in EMI?

Posted on December 8th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

Suresh

This one will help you – http://www.jagoinvestor.com/2011/04/loan-amortization-emi.html

Posted on December 10th, 2012

suresh says:

thanks for the reply.

i am looking for the formula used for principal & interest calculation, like above used for calculating EMI.
this will help me to make my own calculation sheet.

Posted on December 11th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

You can download this sheet here – http://www.jagoinvestor.com/2011/04/loan-amortization-emi.html

Posted on December 11th, 2012

Manish Chauhan says:

This article will help you http://www.jagoinvestor.com/2011/04/loan-amortization-emi.html

Posted on December 11th, 2012

Deepesh Khatri says:

Thank you Manish for writing such informative articles.

I have following query about Home Loan.
I have selected a builder who is running a scheme called “Live Lite” where at booking we have to pay 20% & Bank will pay rest 80% to the builder(upfront – I think). Till flat possession Pre-EMI is paid by Builder.

Its looks beneficial to me, what is your view?

Posted on January 2nd, 2013

Manish Chauhan says:

Deepesh

The question is more suitable for long discussion and more inputs , please open a thread here – http://www.jagoinvestor.com/forum/

Posted on January 3rd, 2013

sudhakar says:

very useful article. it spoke our minds.Thank you so much.

Posted on January 10th, 2013

sudhakar says:

Dear Manish,
Found your blog interesting.Please tell me how to calculate the total amount to be repaid ? how to calculate the break up of Principle and interest for the first month?
How to calculate the break up from the month 2 ?

Please guide me. I have applied for a loan of 13lakhs for 10 % interst with HDFC for a tenure of 20 years.

Posted on January 10th, 2013

Budhi Singh Negi says:

hello sir I ‘ve taken a loan of Rs. 23,00,000 @10.75 for 20 years period. please calculate EMI rate as per above loan amt, interest and period.

Posted on January 28th, 2013

Manish Chauhan says:

You can do it here http://jagoinvestor.com/calculators/html/EMI-Calculator.html

Posted on January 30th, 2013

santosh kumar khanna says:

Dear shri Chouhan,

I shall be highly obilized if you please send me per year interest and principal for a housing loan of rs 2000000 for a240 months tenure @ 9.95% intt
Thanking you

s.k.khanna

Posted on March 10th, 2013

Manish Chauhan says:

You can do it using the sheet which are given at the end of the article http://www.jagoinvestor.com/2011/04/loan-amortization-emi.html

Posted on March 13th, 2013

manjunath says:

hello sir,
im plannin to construct a home, hence forth im applyin loan for 15lakh, where in interest rate is 10%.. hw 2 calculate emi?? usin ur formula, im endin up in an unknown number.. can u plz explain me.. thank u in advance

Posted on March 22nd, 2013

Manish Chauhan says:

What is the number you are getting ?

Posted on March 23rd, 2013

V.S.Ramanaryanan says:

sir for the loan amt of 1500000/- fifteen lakhs for 20 years, sir give in detail what the EMI Would be
+principle amt monthly

Posted on April 5th, 2013

Manish Chauhan says:

Check this – http://jagoinvestor.com/calculators/html/loan-amortization.html

Posted on April 6th, 2013

amit says:

Say i have taken a home loan with following details:
loan amount: 3000000 (thirty lakh)
interest:11%
tenure:25yrs(300 months)

Now my question is if i don’t pay any emi and I say that I will pay full amount after 300 months. What would be the amount I have to pay after 300 months

Posted on May 17th, 2013

Manish Chauhan says:

It will run into several crores . This is not how loan works :) .

Posted on May 18th, 2013

Pranav Wagde says:

Hi Manish, your blog is very useful.

I have my home loan in SBI with 10.25% for 20 years for loan amount of Rs. 17,60000/-
I did the calculation as per the formula given in your blog.
It says my loan amount should be 17296/-, but i am paying 17580/-

Am I missing anything in the calculations?

Posted on June 19th, 2013

Manish Chauhan says:

May be the processing fees and other charges . Take the explaination from bank !

Posted on June 21st, 2013

Apoorva says:

(1+0.00916)
=1.00916

^which means Number months in a year means 12*15=180.

1.00916*180
=183.0……….

Posted on July 2nd, 2013

Rohit Prajapati says:

Hi Manish,

I have two queries,

1) In my Provisional certificate the intrest expected amount written as 59000/- per anum, However in final Intrest certificate the actual amount written as 83000/- per anum, How the calculation is been done? and To whom i concern about this(The Branch or Home loan department)

2) My Rate of Intrest gets down from 10.75 to 10.50 and 10.50 to 10.25 but no change in EMI. how do bank is working on this calculations….. would they decrese my loan tenure or intermediate amount adjustable?

Loan from Bank of India.

Please guide me on same.

Regards,
Rohit Prajapati

Posted on July 30th, 2013

Manish Chauhan says:

Hi Rohit

As its a PSU bank , I strongly suggest file a RTI and get answers from that, that will be the fastest way .

Posted on July 31st, 2013

Deena says:

Hi Manish,

I have taken a home loan from ICICI bank “EMI Under Construction”, So far I have got two disbursements and two more disbursements are pending. When I got the sanction letter of home loan the interest rate was “10.5″, I had to pay EMI say “x” for 20 years. So far I have paid EMI for 9 months. Now, the interest rate has been increased to “10.75″ and I was informed that still I have to pay EMI for 20 years and 4 months. I understood that “EMI under construction” doesn’t increase the EMI amount instead the tenure. But I am shocked that 0.25 increase in interest rate costs me so much i.e. increase in tenure means obviously I have to pay 12 months EMI extra?

Could you please throw some lights on this?

I am really confused about this loan and its traps

Thanks,
Deena

Posted on September 10th, 2013

Manish Chauhan says:

Deena

They are NOT Wrong . A small increase in interest rate can push your tenure by a big margin. You can calculate this yourself, In the EMI calculator, change interest rate number and see what tenure satisfied the same EMI amount.

But this should happen in start only , not at the end leg of the loan . Welcome to the world of Home loans !

Posted on September 18th, 2013

Chetan Ambi says:

Manish,
Thanks for the detailed explaination on home loan. I don’t have home loan but in future this information is going to help me a lot. Thanks a lot!!

Posted on October 15th, 2013

Manish Chauhan says:

Good to hear that, you are slowing building your personal finance muscles :)

Posted on October 18th, 2013

Shyam Ramani says:

Hi,

I have taken loan of 19,30,000 at 10.5 % variable rate of interest for the period of 20 years. The first part disbursement of the loan was for amount 13,00,000 (13 Lacs) done in Dec 2012. After two month of disbursement (i.e. in Feb) the rate of interest was reduced to 10.25%, and again in Sep 2013 it was increased to 11.00%. I had signed an agreement for reduced rate of interest at 10.25% from Dec 2013. The remaining amount of the loan (i.e. 6,30,000) will be disburse in Feb 2014. Kindly let me know, how to calculate the tenure after full disbursement and also if the rate of interest changes later on.

Posted on January 3rd, 2014

Manish Chauhan says:

Shyam

Why do you want to calculate it, you can get the revised tenure info from your bank itself !

Posted on January 4th, 2014