Loans: a decision giving hope

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loan – a word that should not generate negative emotions, but rather a decision to enable the freedom to choose, freely dispose the income. We all know that financial deprivation hits harder than anything else. There is no sense to talk about the necessary living needs such as food and accommodation. Many Lithuanians today bear other liabilities – the boom of fast credits has left many people to calculate the last money. For a young person it is particularly relevant to have an opportunity to buy housing without saving half of life. A loan is the amount of money that can be quite easily received in difficult times. When you cannot borrow from friends, stop by and think, maybe you have some real estate?

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Remember that you can borrow up to 50 per cent of the value of the pledged property, but not more than EUR 1000 000. If you plan to buy real estate, you can get funding by pledging it. “Kredito garantas” does not require any certificates about your salary; no additional documents will be required and you will get an answer within 24 hours. Those wishing to get a loan with pledging of real estate should be aware that the pledged property must be located in major Lithuanian cities or their surroundings. Here are the cities in which the pledged property must be located and the percentage of its value that you can get in the form of a loan.

Loans in Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda, Šiauliai, Panevėžys, Palanga, Gargždai, Druskininkai, Elektrėnai, Garliava, Lentvaris, Grigiškės, Spit – 50 per cent of the value of the pledged property;

Loans in Trakai, Vievis – 40 per cent of the value of the pledged property;

Loans in Alytus, Marijampolė, Mažeikiai, Jonava, Kėdainiai, Telšiai, Šilutė, Birštonas – 30 per cent of the value of the pledged property;

Please note – only the property located in these areas and cities makes you eligible to receive a loan secured by the property. Other cities, towns and villages, which are not listed, DO NOT grant the right to receive a loan.