Loan against property

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The Best Suited Loan against property

It’s time to put your property to its best use and get a loan against it.

Your home is your castle and one of the most valuable assets you have. It could be your dream home and once you are ready, it’s time to put your property to its best use and get the right financial support with its help.

A Wide Range of Loans To Choose From

A Wide Range of Loan Against Property To Choose From
Bank Name Rate of Interest Processing Fees CIBIL Score Loan Amount Apply Now
PNB Housing Finance  Loan against property Roshni- 10.50% to 14%, Prime 8.75% to 10% (Reducing) 10000 for Salaried, In Roshni-1%, Self Employed-0.50% 625+ Upto 10 Cr Apply now
Bajaj Housing Loan against property 9% Onwards 0.50% to 1 % 700+ 20 Lac to 5 Cr (5 Year to 15 Year) Coming Soon
Choice Bank Loan against property 22% onwards 2%+GST 700+ 1 Lac to 50 Lac (2 Year to 7 Year) Coming Soon
Satin Loan against property 13% Onwards 2% to 2.50% 600+ Upto 30 Lakh Coming Soon
Capri Loan against property 14% Onwards 1.50%-3% 600+ & Minus 1 CIBIL Score Upto 1.50 Cr Coming Soon
Piramal Loan against property 11.50% Onwards Physical 650+ Upto 4 Cr Coming Soon
Aye Finance Loan against property _ 2% + GST _ 10 lakhs Coming Soon


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  • A loan against property is a type of secured loan where you pledge your residential or commercial property as collateral to secure a loan. The loan amount is determined based on the property’s value and your eligibility.

  • Typically, residential properties (houses, apartments) and commercial properties (office spaces, shops) can be used as collateral for a loan against property.

  • The loan amount is determined based on the property’s current market value, the loan-to-value ratio (LTV) set by the lender, and your creditworthiness. LTV is the ratio of the loan amount to the property’s value.

  1. Loan against property tenures can range from a few years to several years, depending on the lender and your eligibility.

  1. The interest rate varies depending on the lender, your creditworthiness, and market conditions. It can be fixed or variable.