You can take out multiple loans from different banks under certain situations. Banks will evaluate your credit worthiness to see if you qualify before you are approved for a loan.
Banks will often approve you for a loan even if you have loans at other banks based on your situation. A bank will review your ability to pay. They want to make sure that you have a sufficient amount of income to make payments on all of your debts even after they approve you.
You can also get approved for multiple loans from different banks if you have a good payment history. A review of your credit report is needed. If you have paid your previous debts on time and you have a long time credit history, this can help you get approved.
If a bank decides that you have too many loans with too many banks, they may approve you under certain conditions. A bank may require that you consolidate your loans into one. This will lower your monthly payments, in some cases, which makes the loan more affordable.
A bank also wants to see that you have been with your current employer for a reasonable amount of time. The longer the better, but at least two years is a good starting point. If you have only been on your job for 2 months, with no previous work experience, approval for multiple loans may be difficult.
Don't be surprised if a bank asks you what the purpose was for your other loans. If it looks like you are stockpiling money to start your own business there is a 100 percent chance that you will be denied. The reason why you need the money can be important.