Loan with Real Estate Pledge

With this loan – any of your plans can be fulfilled easier. Renew your home, start a business, choose a valuable purchase or implement any of your plans.

The benefits of choosing

Our simple, responsible way to borrow



Our calculator will help you evaluate what you can afford.



Fill-in the application form via the mobile or Internet bank.


We will contact you

In a few days we will inform you how much you can borrow.


Sign the agreement

Visit the nearest branch to sign the loan agreement.


Pledge the property

Pledge your real estate.


Don’t forget the insurance

You can insure your real estate right at the bank – we will offer an attractive insurance package.

You will need the following documents

  • ID or passport
  • If you plan to take a mortgage loan with a life partner, invite them to come with you
  • Evaluation of your real estate
  • We will let you know during the meeting if we require further documents

Useful links

Idea Loan conditions
Property valuers Insurance companies
Early repayment calculator in Lithuanian
How to borrow responsibly
Rules on Granting Loans with Real Estate Pledge in Lithuanian

Your property gives you new possibilities

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Important! Your loan is guaranteed against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up with repayments.
Sample calculation of total charge of loan: If the bank were to grant you a loan of EUR 50,000 with a pledge for 20 years, you’ll have to pay the total amount of EUR 70545, the monthly payment would be EUR 293 and the annual percentage rate of charge would be 3.74%. Calculated using the following assumptions: interest rate - variable, average annual interest rate during the term of the agreement - 3.60%, credit repayable by annuity, agreement fee - 300 EUR, pledge registration fee to the State Enterprise Centre of Registers - 31.28 EUR. The collateral must be insured. Notary fees, real estate evaluation and insurance costs are not known to the bank and therefore are not included in the overall annual percentage rate of charge.