SME Mortgage

  • Maximum loan limit of up to THB 70 million*
  • Flexible with 15-year tenure*
  • Maximum loan limit of up to 85% of the appraised collateral value*
  • Attractive interest rates with fixed rates for the first year
Eligible Criteria
  • Sole proprietors, partnerships and limited companies
  • Thai nationality
  • Annual sales turnover of THB 8 million to THB 350 million
  • At least 3 years of business establishment
  • The location of business must be within the province specified by SCBT
  • The age of owner is between 23-65 years old
  • No restructuring track record


* Loan Limit, tenure and loan approval are subject to the terms and conditions set forth by the bank

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