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How to be Tension-free while Taking a Home Loan

By IIFL Home Loans | Published On Apr 28 2023 12:03 PM 1 min read 294 views 1009 Likes
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As May 17th approaches, the world prepares to observe "Hypertension Day". World Hypertension Day is a big step towards educating people about the dangers of high blood pressure on health.

In India, one in four adults suffers from this condition. Stress has always been one of the leading causes of high blood pressure. It may be difficult to pause stress entirely but it is possible to reduce it to some extent.

Financial Stress and Its Causes

Stress can stem from several reasons. One of the most common types of stress is financial stress.

Financial stress refers to the feeling of anxiety or worry that results from a person's inability to meet their financial obligations or achieve their financial goals. It can have a significant impact on a person's life. It can also strain relationships, as individuals may feel embarrassed or ashamed to discuss their financial situation with their loved ones. Financial stress can be caused by various factors, such as debt, job loss, unexpected expenses, or a lack of financial literacy.

Let us understand home loan stress more closely.

Due to the rising cost of living these days, people have started taking loans to repay other loans. High rental charges have made owning a home seem more affordable than paying rent. Home loans can be burdensome. The fear of not being able to break through the debt trap, makes one seek support from friends or family.

Although borrowing from family and friends may seem like a good option, it's important to be aware of the potential risks involved. Loans like these may lack the formalities and tracking that come with traditional loans. It's important to consider choices that better suit your needs in the long run. It may offer quick help, but getting too used to this practice can be a problem in the end.

In today's digital world, applying for a home loan is easy and hassle-free. This blog will discuss the practices that can help avoid many of the typical mistakes associated with home loan stress.

How to manage home loan stress?

1. Be Practical:

It is important to choose a home within one's repayment capacity. One must remain logical about their ability to repay the loan when making such a decision. Thankfully, loan repayment calculators are available as a helpful tool to figure out how much can be borrowed based on the budget. It's important to have a clear idea of one's financial limits to ensure comfortable repayment in the future.

2. Research:

Taking the time to research various options can provide valuable information about the pros and cons of each plan or scheme, thereby helping you compare and select the most suitable option.

3. Set Aside Money to Cover Emergencies:

It is wise to keep some extra money in case something unexpected happens, like losing one's job. It is good to save up enough money that can cover living expenses for at least the next 6 months. This can act as a cushion of savings to fall back on in case of an emergency.

4. Have Job Insurance in Place:

A job loss can be very stressful. However, having a job insurance policy in place can provide peace of mind and help cover loan instalments. Job insurance typically offers cover for a period of 3 to 6 months, and eases the stress of handling monthly expenses.

5. Prioritise Home Loan Repayment:

It is better to focus on the repayment of a home loan before spending money on other things. These could be expensive objects or vacations. By cutting back on optional expenses, it gets easier to balance income with necessary expenses and reduce the burden.

6. Review:

By staying updated with market trends, one can take advantage of positive loan aspects. Regularly reviewing home loans and comparing them to other options available in the market can also help identify possible savings or better loan options.


Being well-prepared for the mental aspects of the home loan process and seeking professional guidance are important because getting a home loan can be a stressful experience for many. Selecting the right lender, choosing the correct plan, and dealing with paperwork are just some of the factors that make the process tiresome. For those seeking a loan with ease, IIFL Home Loan's " Jhatpat Loan" is the way to go. With the user-friendly interface and quick and trouble-free processing, getting a loan is now easier with IIFL Home Loans.

Don't let financial stress get in the way, choose IIFL Home Loans and turn dreams into reality! Check your home loan eligibility online for IIFL Home loans now!

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