Loan Against Property



Loan against property is a type of loan which can be obtained for resolving various financial hurdles that come in front of companies in the business. This type of loan, generally, is a long term based loan, where the security is the equitable mortgage of the immovable property. As the name suggests, loan against property is the most secured type of loan for lending institutions, and most easily available loan for the borrowers in normal circumstances.

What are the factors to be considered for LAP?

Being a type of loan with such a huge significance in the financial outlook, there are certain factors that are to be considered for a Loan Against Property, or mortgage loan. Factors are also dependent on the conduct of the financial institution, they set their own guidelines, but most of the times; they are the same. Age of an applicant is an important eligibility factor here, firms keep the criteria from 18 – 70 year old, or 25 – 65 years old. There are also criteria for salaries or minimum income. In most cases, work experience for salaried individuals is set at 3 years and above, and for the business, the stability should be present for the last 5 years. CIBIL score must be good enough for the lending institution to speed up the process, and provide a hassle-free loan against property. Personal, residential, commercial and rented properties are all eligible to be mortgaged for this loan.

Types of Loan Against Property Loan

Types of loan against property are based on the profile and requirements of the client, ie, the borrower. Here are the types of loan against property.

  • Loan against commercial and residential properties

Based on the current market value, borrowers can mortgage their residential or commercial properties to obtain the amount of loan, to support any type of financial requirement.

  • LAP for Self-employed individuals

Self-employed individuals can obtain a loan against property, they can avail a higher amount then regular employed individuals, the specific amount varies from firm to firm. It is however, required to meet the property eligibility criteria.


Features and Benefits of Loan Against Property

The beneficial features of loan against property are basic, and can be realised by the borrowers before they apply, this loan is the must suitable type of loan because the property is one strong form of collateral security, for various purposes of finance, the property can be mortgaged and a loan can be availed by the borrower in accordance to the property’s current market value.

Here are a few common benefits of Loan against property

  • Flexible loan tenure
  • Low-interest rate
  • Lesser hassles
  • Loan received as per the value of the mortgaged property

What is the loan against property process?

It is not a lengthy process, but a lot of documentation is involved in the same, we have prepared a step by step process to obtain a loan against property, which is as follows;

  • Research and Analysis

Study of the external and internal commercial environment is necessary before applying for such a loan, research also helps the borrowers to choose the right lending firm.

  • Making an assessment of the limit of the amount

Finding out the maximum amount of which the loan can be availed is necessary, and it is based on the borrower’s requirements, the maximum amount that can be obtained also differs according to the profile of the borrower, whether he is a salaried or a self-employed individual. Also, the market value of the property plays a critical role here.

  • Checking the eligibility

The borrower must meet the eligibility criteria, as set by the lending institution. It can be the type of property, or age of the applicant, etc.

  • Making an application

Interest Rates

Interest rates of loan against property depend upon the repayment schedule, EMI tenure etc, it ranges from 9%-15% depending on the lender, for a period ranging anywhere from 7 to 15 years.

Documents Required for Loan Against Property

The requirements for loan against property depends on the lending institution, or banks, usually, the status of the applicant whether he is an employed individual or a self-employed professional.

  • Salary slips of past few months in the case of employed individuals.
  • Bank statements of the past 3 months or depending on the conditions laid by the lending institution.
  • PAN card/Aadhaar card, or any appropriate identity proof.
  • Address proof.
  • Copies of documents of the property on which the loan is being taken with.
  • Income Tax returns.

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