Gold Loan Calculator

Fulfill your dreams by taking a loan against Gold!

Get a loan at attractive rates with minimum documentation. Use this Axis Bank Gold Loan Calculator, to work out your EMIs and tenure.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the Gold Loan Calculator?

    Axis Bank’s Gold loans, grant you quick access to funds against your gold jewellery. The Gold loan calculator is a tool designed to make your application process even more convenient. Use it to calculate the worth of your gold and the loan amount you could receive against it basis its forms (gold coins, jewellery) and caratage.

  • How does the Gold Loan Calculator work?

    Use our Gold loan calculator to gauge the amount you are eligible for against the specific gold jewellery you have.

    Simply key in the form of gold with you, (specific ornaments, gold coins) its caratage.

    The Gold loan calculator will display the amount you are eligible to against it. You can click on the 'Locate Branch' button to avail an Axis Bank Gold Loan.

    If you have more than one form of gold, just click the ‘Add more’ button on the Gold Loan calculator, and fill in the details for each. The gold loan calculator will also display the amount eligible against each article.

  • Why choose Axis Bank gold loans?

    Axis banks gold loans are designed to ensure quick disbursal funds and secure storage of your pledged gold, its features include:

    • High value loans: Axis Bank Gold Loans provide you with funds in exchange for your gold, for amounts ranging from Rs 25,001 to Rs 20 lakh.
    • Quick Loan Processing: Same day disbursal of funds against all application with complete supporting documents.
    • Tamper Proof Vaulting: Secure storage of pledged gold in Axis bank vaults
    • No charges on part-payment throughout the loan tenure
    • Flexible Repayment Options: Choice of repayment options: Axis Bank provides you with options to schedule your repayment against gold loans. You can choose between paying the interest upfront/monthly with the principal repayable on the date of maturity and paying via EMIs.