State Bank of Indore Gold Loan Per Gram

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    State Bank of Indore Gold Loan Per Gram

    State Bank of Indore Gold Loan Per Gram Today is ₹ 3,506 to ₹ 4,621

    State Bank of Indore Gold Loan Per Gram Today Gold Loan Rate Per Gram Today is ₹ 3,506 to ₹ 4,621
    Eligible Age 18 to 75 years
    Loan Amount Eligibility Rs. 1,000 to Rs. 2 Cr
    Documents Required Basic KYC documents for address and identity proof. No income documents and no CIBIL score documents are required.
    Purity of Gold 18 carat to 22 carat
    Type of Gold Gold jewelry and gold coins of 18-24 carats
    Loan to Value 75% of the gold ornament’s market value

    State Bank of Indore Gold Loan Calculator

    To use the Gold Loan EMI Calculator at Dialabank, you must enter the following information:

    • The lender’s offered interest rate
    • Loan principal of the subscribed/required gold loan
    • The repayment period that is planned

    Following the submission of these three details, the EMI calculator would instantly calculate the monthly instalments to be paid by the borrower (while taking into account the current gold prices). Similar data can be entered into other EMI calculators, such as a home loan calculator, a personal loan EMI calculator, a car loan EMI calculator, and so on.

    Check the current gold rate with Dialabank.

    State Bank of Indore Gold Loan Rate Per Gram by Gold Purity

    The table below provides an estimate of the gold loan per gram that the State Bank of Indore will offer against gold jewellery of various purity levels at a maximum LTV of 75% and a lower LTV of 65%.

    Gold Purity Gold Rate Per Gram- Average Of Past 30 Days Highest Gold Loan Per Gram Lowest Gold Loan Per Gram
    22 carat ₹ 4,620 ₹ 4,999 ₹ 4,956
    20 carat ₹ 3,939 ₹ 4,178 ₹ 3,795
    18 carat ₹ 3,545 ₹ 3,784 ₹ 3,460

    The above table shows the method by which Banks will calculate your per gram gold loan for gold of varying purity.

    • Gold loan per gram offer for 22-carat jewelry will be between ₹ 4,620 to ₹ 4,956
    • Gold loan per gram offer for 20-carat jewelry will be between ₹ 3,795 to ₹ 4,178
    • Gold loan per gram offer for 18-carat jewelry will be between ₹ 3,460 to ₹ 3,784

    State Bank of Indore Gold Loan Rate Per Gram

    The table below displays the most recent State Bank of Indore gold loan rates per gram. Sep 25 2021

    Updated - Gold Loan Per Gram Rate w.e.f Sep 25 2021

    Gold Weight Gold Purity
    24 Carat
    Gold Purity
    22 Carat
    Gold Purity
    20 Carat
    Gold Purity
    18 Carat
    1 gram 4621 4290 3900 3510
    10 gram 46210 42900 39000 35100
    20 gram 93600 85800 78000 70200
    30 gram 140400 128700 117000 105300
    40 gram 187200 171600 156000 140400
    50 gram 234000 214500 195000 175500
    100 gram 468000 429000 390000 351000
    200 gram 936000 858000 780000 702000
    300 gram 1404000 1287000 1170000 1053000
    400 gram 1872000 1716000 1560000 1404000
    500 gram 2340000 2145000 1950000 1755000

    Historical Gold Loan Per Gram Rates

    The table shows that, except for a few lows between some years, the gold price trend has historically been on the rise, giving credibility to the argument that gold is a safe investment over long periods.

    This Table Contains the Average Annual Gold Rate from 1964 - 2021
    Year Price (24 karat per 10 grams) Year Price (24 karat per 10 grams)
    1964 ₹ 63.25 1993 ₹ 4,140.00
    1965 ₹ 71.75 1994 ₹ 4,598.00
    1966 ₹ 83.75 1995 ₹ 4,680.00
    1967 ₹ 102.50 1996 ₹ 5,160.00
    1968 ₹ 162.00 1997 ₹ 4,725.00
    1969 ₹ 176.00 1998 ₹ 4,045.00
    1970 ₹ 184.00 1999 ₹ 4,234.00
    1971 ₹ 193.00 2000 ₹ 4,400.00
    1972 ₹ 202.00 2001 ₹ 4,300.00
    1973 ₹ 278.50 2002 ₹ 4,990.00
    1974 ₹ 506.00 2003 ₹ 5,600.00
    1975 ₹ 540.00 2004 ₹ 5,850.00
    1976 ₹ 432.00 2005 ₹ 7,000.00
    1977 ₹ 486.00 2006 ₹ 8,400.00
    1978 ₹ 685.00 2007 ₹ 10,800.00
    1979 ₹ 937.00 2008 ₹ 12,500.00
    1980 ₹ 1,330.00 2009 ₹ 14,500.00
    1981 ₹ 1,800.00 2010 ₹ 18,500.00
    1982 ₹ 1,645.00 2011 ₹ 26,400.00
    1983 ₹ 1,800.00 2012 ₹ 31,050.00
    1984 ₹ 1,970.00 2013 ₹ 29,600.00
    1985 ₹ 2,130.00 2014 ₹ 28,006.50
    1986 ₹ 2,140.00 2015 ₹ 26,343.50
    1987 ₹ 2,570.00 2016 ₹ 28,623.50
    1988 ₹ 3,130.00 2017 ₹ 29,667.50
    1989 ₹ 3,140.00 2018 ₹ 31,438.00
    1990 ₹ 3,200.00 2019 ₹ 35,220.00
    1991 ₹ 3,466.00 2020 ₹ 48,651.00
    1992 ₹ 4,334.00 2021 ₹ 50,045.00

    Major Banks Gold Loan Per Gram Rate Comparison

    Feature HDFC Bank SBI
    Muthoot Finance
    Interest Rate 9.90% onwards 7% onwards 12% onwards
    Min Loan Amt Metro : 25000, Non : 15000 25000 15000
    Max Loan Amt 1 Cr 1 Cr 1 Cr
    Loan Tenure 3 months to 24 months 9 months to 24 months
    1 month to 24 months
    Processing Fee 0.25% to 1.50% of the Loan Amt 0.25% to 1.50% Nil
    Pre-closure Charges 2%, Nil foreclosure charges after 3 months 2%, Nil foreclosure charges after 9 months Nil
    Overdraft Facility Yes Yes Yes
    Pay Only Interest Facility Yes Yes Yes
    Gold Rate Per Gram 3066 3073 3073

    Tips to Get The Highest Gold Loan Amount from State Bank of Indore

    • To obtain a gold loan, State Bank of Indore accepts both hallmarked and un hallmarked jewellery. If you pledge hallmark jewellery, you can get a larger loan amount. Furthermore, some banks charge lower processing fees for hallmarked gold jewellery.
    • The price of gold is adjusted by the State Bank of Indore based on its purity. As a result, always try to borrow money against higher purity jewellery, as this will provide you with the highest amount for a gold loan.
    • Make every effort to obtain the highest LTV on the value of gold. The RBI allows the bank to request a maximum LTV of up to 75 percent to calculate the exact amount of gold loan that you are eligible for.

     


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