Looking to expand your business, design your dream home, give your children the best education available, or a perfect vacation with your loved ones? For fulfilling all your dreams and desires that you put on hold, we now offer the new 'Approval in Principle' benefit using which you can check your loan eligibility online in less than 3 minutes*. What’s more you get special interest rates and 50% discount on processing fee when you apply online. More details »
While you decide upon a house that suits your family’s needs, let us help you with a home loan that suits your pocket. Standard Chartered’s Home Loans not only provide you with low interest rates, we also offer unrivalled levels of service. More details »
Loan Against Property
Now you can leverage your property to help take care of your personal financial needs with the Standard Chartered Loan Against Property. With this multipurpose loan, you can borrow up to 70% of the market value of your residential or commercial property to cover personal expenses such as holidays, education, marriage, debt consolidation or even business expansion.
The Loan Against Property is available to salaried, self-employed individuals, partnership firms, private limited and closely-held – companies. More details »
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