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Surat

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Bajaj Finserv is known for its progressive steps in the financial sector on personal loans extending these instruments to individuals across the country. They are reputed for their positioning on rates of interest. Individuals can apply for these loans for a variety of purposes and Bajaj Finserv offers them in the rage of Rs. 50,000 to 25 lakhs. The bank needs good credit history in terms of a CIBIL Score as well as employment records, salary certificate and current overheads to extend low interest loans with easy and instant approval.

Any purpose including weddings, vacation travel, home renovation, medical treatment etc can be met with these loans. The amount of loan, repayment term and interest rate will ultimately decide the EMIs. Bajaj Finserv offers pre-closure of loans with a charge of about 4%-5% after the loan has been serviced for a specific period

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Personal Loans in Surat

There are multiple banks in Surat which offer personal loans such as HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Kotak bank, Axis bank and many more. There are also multiple NBFCs such as Bajaj Finserv, Fullerton, Tata Capital, etc in Surat which also offer unsecured personal loans according to your profile.

Surat also known as the Diamond city and Diamond hub of India is situated in the state of Gujarat, India. It is located to the south part of Tapti River and used to be the port for several ships of East India Company since 1608. It was home to several Dutch and Portuguese monuments which were destroyed in a fire and a flood in 1837.

Surat was ranked 8th in India with a GDP of $40 billion in fiscal year 2011–2012 ($14 billion in 2010). Surat’s GDP in 2020 will be around $57 billion as estimated by The City Mayors Foundation, an international think tank on urban affairs. The per capita GDP was $8,000 in 2010. Surat is known for diamonds, textiles and for the manufacture of diamond-studded gold jewellery. Surat registered a GDP of 11.5% for the seven fiscal years from 2001–2008, the fastest growing GDP in India. The city accounts for 90% of the world’s total rough diamond cutting and polishing trade; 99.99% of the nation’s total rough diamond cutting and polishing trade as well as 90% of the nation’s total diamond exports.

Surat has good infrastructure with facilities such as computerised water distribution system and a computerised drainage system along with a sewage treatment plant to transform waste into energy. It has one of the best water treatment plants in India and every part of Surat has underground drainage and street lights.