iProperty Launches Home Loan Eligibility Indicator App

iProperty.com.my has launched LoanCare, a Home Loan Eligibility Indicator which will help Malaysians increase their chances of getting a home loan and reduce the likelihood of rejection.

If a home loan application is rejected by any bank, that potential home owner can be locked out of the market, unable to apply for another home loan for up to six months. So, it is essential that potential home buyers have as much information available to them, before they make a decision.

LoanCare allows users to find out detailed information about their indicative loan eligibility, as well as understanding which home loan best matches their needs. It is a free and simple tool which compares and calculates home loan eligibility instantly with up to 10 banks, helping Malaysians increase their chances of getting a home loan.

In Malaysia, many potential home owners are unaware that different banks offer varying Debt Servicing Ratios (DSR*) – how much of a person’s income is used to service debt instalments, represented as a percentage (%). Now, all buyers can access this information for free on iProperty.com.my, without the need to visit a bank.

Unlike other home loan tools, LoanCare from iProperty.com.my does not require someone to disclose their Identity Card numbers.

David Mawer, iProperty.com.my General Manager, stated that the company’s objective was to assist Malaysians in increasing their chances of home loan approval, which is in line with the current government initiatives to assist home ownership and focus on affordability.

“Insights such as a maximum eligibility comparison with banks and individual DSRs should not be difficult to find. Everyone deserves easy access to any and all information that will help them get the right home loan, without risking rejection,” he said.

“We are focused on helping people make better and more informed property decisions while bringing transparency to the home loan process. LoanCare, iProperty’s Home Loan Eligibility Indicator, is a free and simple way for Malaysians to increase their chances of getting a home loan,” he added.

For more information on LoanCare visit: LoanCare website and for all property relevant information, visit iProperty.com.my

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