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Applying for a home loan as an engineer can be an exciting and overwhelming process. One of the most important aspects of applying for a home loan is gathering all the necessary documents required by the lender. In this blog, we will discuss the documents required to apply for an engineer’s home loan.

  1. Identity proof: You will need to provide a government-issued ID proof such as a passport, driving license, or Aadhar card to establish your identity.
  2. Address proof: You will need to provide a proof of your current address such as a utility bill, rental agreement, or any other document that shows your name and address.
  3. Income proof: As an engineer, you will need to provide proof of your income. This includes your salary slips for the past few months, your Form 16, and your income tax returns for the past two to three years. If you are self-employed, you will need to provide a balance sheet, profit and loss statement, and tax returns for the past few years.
  4. Employment proof: You will need to provide proof of your employment, such as your offer letter or appointment letter, and your company ID card.
  5. Property documents: If you have already identified a property that you want to purchase, you will need to provide the property documents such as the sale deed, the property tax receipt, and the possession certificate.
  6. Bank statements: You will need to provide your bank statements for the past six months. This will help the lender assess your financial stability and your ability to repay the loan.
  7. Credit score: A good credit score is crucial to getting your home loan approved. You can obtain your credit score from any of the credit rating agencies such as CIBIL, Experian, or Equifax.
  8. Other documents: The lender may ask for additional documents such as a no-objection certificate from your employer, a declaration of any other loans you may have taken, and your passport-size photographs.

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