Loan Against Property

Loan Against Property

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Loan Against Property (LAP)

Loan against Property(LAP) is one of the variants of the Personal loan, Laps are secured loans offered by banks and financial institutions using one or more properties owned by you as collateral. One can avail these mortgage loans against commercial property, Industrial Property and residential property collaterals. In a LAP the property is mortgaged and a fixed percentage of the prevailing market value of the property (normally between 60-90% of the value of the property) is given to the borrower as a loan. Though such a property is mortgaged to the lender, you are still allowed to continue using it for residential or commercial purposes.

These loans are a better option as compared to personal loans due to their comparatively lower rate of interest. Additionally, unlike gold loans, where the gold ornaments are deposited with the bank and you do not get them back until the loan is paid in full, you can continue using the collateral property in a LAP while you are repaying the loan.

Loans against property are a highly preferred form of loans in India, and are much more easily available with the surge in banks and NBFCs providing such loans. Along with being cost-effective, these loans are reasonably convenient to avail and repay due to the relatively low  interest rate.

You can use it for following purposes:

  • Expanding your business
  • For your child’s marriage
  • Funding medical treatments
  • For your child’s higher studies

Features of Loan against Property (Mortgage Loan)

  • In case of a loan against property, financial institutions offer higher loan amount for longer tenure and at attractive interest rates as compared to other loan plans.
  • Quick and hassle free process of Loan against property with speedy approvals
  • Residential, commercial, Industrial properties are accepted as collateral to get loans against property.
  • Laps are usually long-term loans and repayment periods can be anything between 10 years and 15 years.
  • The amount you can borrow ranges from Rs. 25Lakhs to Rs. 100 Crore.
  • The rate of interest for the loan varies on a case by case basis depending on the type of property and other factors specified by the lender.