• Unlock value from your property

    The Loan Against Property allows you to borrow up to 75% of the value of your property.

  • Competitive Interest Rate

    Standard Chartered offers highly competitive interest rates for the Loan Against Property

  • Attractive Loan Amount

    Standard Chartered will extend loans up to a maximum value of BDT 5.60 crore.

Eligibility*

  • At least last 3 years continued business experience.
  • Minimum yearly sales turnover of BDT 1.60 Crore.
  • At least 12 months of loan repayment track record.

Type of entities:

  • Proprietorship concerns
  • Registered Partnerships
  • Private Limited Companies
  • Public Limited Companies
  • Professionals having valid trade license
  • Foreign-owned/Joint Venture firms having more than 50% shareholding

FAQs

How do I apply for a Loan against Property?

Visit your nearest Standard Chartered Bank branch
If you are a Liability customers you may also get in touch with your Relationship Managers to know more and apply for a LAP

What are the benefits of taking a LAP from Standard Chartered Business Banking?
  • Fast processing of the application
  • Attractive limit
  • Well trained RMs
  • Bundle offer with Business Working Capital product to cater client needs in a customized manner
What is the maximum tenure of the loan?

The maximum tenure for which you can avail the facility is up to 180months.

What do I need to give as security?

We accept both residential and commercial property as security. No plot or under construction properties will be allowed.
For Commercial Property 60% of property’s current market value
For Residential Property 75% of property’s current market value

Documentation

Documentation Required
  • Application form of Loan Against Property/Commercial Mortgage
  • Valid Current Trade License
  • Trade License of last 3 years
  • Latest 12 month Bank Statement
  • National ID/Passport/Driving License of Business Owners
  • Utility Bill of Business
  • 12 Digit e-TIN Certificate
  • Photograph of the owners
  • Sanction letter of all other bank loans
  • All property related documents
  • Board/Partnership Resolution ( for partnership and private limited companies only)
  • Partnership deed and registration certificate from registrar of firms ( for Partnership businesses only)
  • Memorandum of Article of Association and Certificate of Incorporation (for Private Limited Company only)
  • Borrowing clause needs to be present in Memorandum of Article of Association
  • Updated Form X and XII ( for Private Limited company only)
  • End use of fund declaration ( at the time of disbursement)


Please note that the above requirements are not exhaustive and the bank may require further documentation for credit assessment on a case to case basis.

*Terms & Condition Apply

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