A loan against property (LAP) is exactly what the name implies, a loan given or disbursed against the mortgage of property. The loan is given as a certain percentage of the property's market value, usually around 40 per cent to 65 per cent. Loan against property belongs to the secured loan category where the borrower gives a guarantee by using his property as security. The purpose of the loan is not definite; one can use it for personal or commercial as well. In certain bank this product is designed to meet the requirement of entry level entrepreneur, who does not have any track record of business. They can use this product by way of term loan or working capital facility. Purpose of the loan is to encourage SME green field projects which are at inception and because of lack of capital they could not grew. Procedure involves in this product is relaxed a bit and also rate of interest charged and processing fees is quite attractive. Once the loan is availed the same can be converted into a regular limit after certain period and of course, depend upon financial performance of the company.
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S R Corporate Service Private Limited (SRCSPL) is engaged in providing the financial solutions to various SMEs in India particularly in Mumbai & Thane through various financial institution and Banks. Our Financial solution products have a wide range for various business needs.
In general, project finance covers green field industrial projects, capacity expansion at existing manufacturing units, construction ventures etc.
Every business needs funds mainly for the following purposes:
1. To purchase fixed assets: Every type of business needs some fixed assets like land and building, furniture, machinery etc. A large amount of money is required for purchase of these assets.
2. To meet day-to-day expenses: After establishment of a business, funds are needed to carry out day-to-day operations e.g., purchase of raw materials, payment of rent and taxes, telephone and electricity bills, wages and salaries, etc.
3. To fund business growth: Growth of business may include expansion of existing line of business as well as adding new lines. To finance such growth, one needs more funds.
4. To bridge the time gap between production and sales: The amount spent on production is realised only when sales are made. Normally, there is a time gap between production and sales and also between sales and realisation of cash. Hence during this interval, expenses continue to be incurred, for which funds are required.
5. To meet contingencies: Funds are always required to meet the ups and downs of business and for some unforeseen problems. Suppose, a manufacturer anticipates shortage of raw materials after a period, then he would like to stock the raw materials in large quantity. But he will be able to do so only if sufficient money is available with him.
6. To avail of business opportunities: Funds are also required to avail of business opportunities. Suppose a company wants to submit a tender for which some amount of money is required to be deposited along with the application. In case of non availability of funds it would not be possible for the company to submit the tender.
Take another example. When a stockist offers special discount on large amount of purchase of any particular material then a manufacturer can avail of such offer, only if he has adequate funds to buy it.
We are dealing into various types of the products and generally deal with Nationalise Bank only. Following are some of the products,
Approx. Get Latest PriceLoan against Property is a secured loan. If you own Residential or Commercial property you could utilize the value of the same by opting for mortgage loan. The property papers are retained as security for a loan at a much lesser rate than personal loan.
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State Bank of India has been playing a vital role in the development of small scale industries since 1956. The Bank has developed a wide array of products to meet the changing needs of the industry. It provides end -to -end solutions for the financial needs of the industry. To service the specific credit needs of small and medium enterprise (SME) the Bank established the Small & Medium Enterprise business unit in 2004.
Apart from the general working capital requirements (like Cash credit, Bill Discounting limits, LC, BG etc) to meet the day to day requirements and term loans to take care of investment needs for acquiring fixed assets, Bank has an array of products/schemes to cater to the enterprise specific requirements of SME Units both in Manufacturing and Trade and services sectors
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Business Units engaged in the Trading, Manufacturing and Services new as well existing
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