BUSINESS LOANS RANGING FROM ₹ 50 LAKH TO ₹ 3 CRORE
Are you are a trader, manufacturer, service provider or a professional in need of capital for a personal venture? If you fit the profile, IndoStar Capital Finance has got you covered. We have solutions for all your business financing needs such as working capital, business expansion or any other financing requirement you may have, with our various product offerings. Our products are tailor-made to be relevant and competitive and suit all your business requirements. We also have a host of income assessment programmes that will help you avail the highest eligibility for your loans. Climb the ladder to success with our SME Finance solutions.
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Keep the following documents handy to enjoy a simple and hassle-free loan application process:
Disclaimer: The above list is indicative and may require additional documents depending on your case.
What are the different types of loan against property provided by IndoStar Capital Finance (ICF) SME Finance?
The different types of loan against property that can be availed are:
Am I eligible to apply for loans under ICF SME Finance?
Yes, you are eligible to apply for ICF SME Finance loans if you are a proprietor, partnership firm, limited liability partnership, private or public limited company engaged in the business of manufacturing, trading or services sector.
Furthermore, self-employed professionals such as doctors, engineers, chartered accountants, company secretaries and architects with their own practice/consultancy are also included in the SME self-employed professional customer category.
You have to be at least 25 years old to apply for a SME loan with ICF.
Is a co-applicant mandatory? Am I eligible to be a co-applicant?
Yes, a co-applicant is mandatory to apply for a SME loan. All owners/co-owners of the property to be financed will have to necessarily be co-applicant(s) to the loan. The co-applicant must be a part of the immediate family - spouse, father, mother, son/daughter or brother. Your brother can only be added as a co-applicant if he is a part of your business or if your property is jointly owned or you live together. You have to be at least 18 years old to be a co-applicant.
What does rate of interest and margin mean?
Rate of Interest is the interest rate that’s charged for a loan on a reducing balance basis. The rate of interest is linked to the ICF-Prime Lending Rate and quoted as ICF PLR + margin. Margin is the difference between the ICF-PLR (currently 16% per annum) and the rate of interest.
For example: If your rate of interest is 10% per annum then it would be quoted as 16% - 6%, wherein 16% is the ICF-PLR and 6% is the margin.
What is EMI and pre-EMI?
An EMI or Equated Monthly Instalment is the monthly payment that you make to your lender. This payment is due on specific dates such as the 5th of every month in case of ICF. The EMI consists of two parts: the interest to be paid on the loan and the principal component. Thus, with every EMI that you pay, you are repaying a part of the loan as principal repayment along with the interest due on the amount borrowed.
Pre-EMI is collected as a cheque upfront during the disbursement process. As the EMI starts on a specific date, there is a gap between when the loan is disbursed and when the EMI payment begins. The interest charged during this period is called as pre-EMI.
Can I choose my EMI cycle date?
Currently, we are offering only one EMI date which is the 5th of every month.
How do I pay my EMI/pre-EMI?
You can pay your EMIs by providing us a National Automated Clearing House (NACH) mandate form. This is an instruction that authorises the direct deduction of the EMI amount from your bank account (from which you would repay your loan) on specified dates. In case your bank is not registered for NACH, then you may have to open a new bank account in a registered bank and give us the form.
What is market value of the property?
Market value is the fair value of the property that you intend to mortgage with us. This is determined by ICF empanelled valuers.
What is the Loan-to-Value (LTV) ratio?
Loan-to-Value ratio is the amount of loan that will be provided compared to the market value of the security, in this case, property. For example: If you want to take a loan against your property with market value of Rs 1 crore and ICF quotes LTV as 65%, then ICF is ready to fund Rs 65 lakh against your property. The LTV ratio excludes any taxes and statutory levies.
What type of properties will be accepted as collateral?
All properties within the approved geographical limit will be accepted subject to properties meeting the norms defined by ICF. Do note that farmhouses, Land/Plots, Factories etc will not be accepted as collateral.
Can I make a part payment anytime during the tenure of the loan? Will I have to incur a part payment penalty?
Where can I find all the charges applicable to the loan and additional services?
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