A Marriage of Equals, begins with a Wedding as Equals
Let's face it, a marriage today comes with its fair share of frills, thrills and not to mention: Bills. An equal lifetime as partners, with highs and lows, joys and woes and betters and worse, must begin with taking equal financial responsibility for your wedding.
Introducing 50-50 Wedding Loans- A loan of equals! Now you can apply for a wedding loan with your partner and pay it off together as equals.
Why should you apply?
In a country that's witnessing more and more prospective brides and grooms become emancipated, independent and progressive in their mindsets . Our 50-50 Wedding Loans give you a leg up for the first leap into a partnership that is respectful of each other's choices and allows you to treat each other as you see each other: as Equals!
How does 50:50 Wedding Loan work?
Apply for this loan with your soon-to-be better half, your fiance/fiancee. Your application will then be processed for your cumulative eligibility after which the loan will be granted to the both you. We are all about equality!
Like your marriage, both of you share this loan and its repayment equally.
To begin your lives as Equals:
- Maximum combined applicable loan amount: Rs 5 lakh
- Minimum applicable loan: Rs 50,000
- Tenure of repayment: 12 to 36 months
The two of you MUST be more than 24 years of age with individual (for atleast one of you) monthly salaries of Rs 30,000 or more.
- Your wedding card, only if it is already printed and ready.
- We would love to see the two of you together! Send us a picture of a pre-wedding ceremony like an engagement, roka, proposal, or pre-wedding shoot. Again, this is for our eyes only and is not compulsory.
Compulsory documents include:
- A receipt of any major wedding-related bill you've already paid such as location cost, caterer, etc. The receipt should be in the bride's or groom's name or their parent's name.
- Proof of identity (Voters ID /Passport/Driving License, etc.)
- Proof of residence (Ration Card/Electricity Bill/ Passport/Voter ID, etc.)
- Past 3 months bank statements
- Past 3 months salary slips
- 1 year employment continuity certificate from current organisation