Investment loanLoan for investing, such as for buying a forest, shares or fund units
Reliable financing for your investment
OP can grant smart financing for your investment. Use our investment loan to finance the purchase of a forest, shares, fund units or another investment.
Low interest rate
You can claim tax deductions for the loan interest, since the investment loan is a loan for the production of income.
Using OP as your main bank pays off
As an owner-customer, you always earn OP bonuses from your loan.
Investment loan improves your return potential
Use our investment loan to finance the purchase of a forest, shares, fund units, buy-to-let home or another investment. Interest on your investment loan is tax-deductible.
Investment loan is a good option for you if
- you have assets, such as a buy-to-let home or securities, which you can use as collateral
- you are well aware of the risks of your investment
- you have sufficient repayment capacity, meaning that you can pay the investment loan expenses in addition to all other expenses you have.
Secured bank loan for investing:
- You’ll get a personal loan offer after submitting your loan application.
- Fill in an application online. You don’t need to have an OP user ID.
- The repayment plan will be tailored to your needs.
Leverage always contains risk
Fill in an application at op.fi.
You can fill in the loan application online even if you were not yet our customer. When you fill in your loan application, you do not yet need to know the exact loan amount you need. The loan application is nothing more than an invitation to make an offer ‒ it does not bind you to raise the loan.
You are eligible to apply for the secured Bank Loan if you have regular income in terms of pay or pension, have sufficient financial standing, have managed your personal finances well and can provide collateral.
Why is collateral needed?
Banks require collateral to ensure that loans are repaid on time. Having to pledge collateral for the loan also benefits you, as the costs of a secured loan are lower than those of an unsecured loan.
What can be used as collateral?
You can use as collateral, for example, an owner-occupied home, a summer cottage, deposits, securities or a forest estate. Homes are the most popular type of collateral. If you have repaid instalments on your earlier loans, such as a home loan, you may have spare collateral and can use that as collateral for your new loan.
How much collateral is needed?
The collateral value of your collateral is always calculated on a case-by-case basis. Different types of collateral have different calculated collateral values.
Ask more about collateral
When applying for a loan, you don’t yet need to have a clear idea of what you intend to use as collateral. You can discuss it with our expert after having submitted the application. We’ll help you determine the value of your collateral, if needed.
Your bank agrees with you on the repayment method and the monthly repayment. You can choose a due date that suits you best. The recommended loan term for the secured Bank Loan is a maximum of 5 years. You can discuss the loan term with your bank if the period of five years seems too short.The loan terminates when the last instalment has been paid.
Loan costs consist of the reference interest rate, bank's markup and service fees related to loan repayment. In addition, loan drawdown and any possible partial drawdowns are subject to a charge based on the bank's list of service charges and fees.
The Bank Loan markup is determined on a customer-specific basis by, for example, collateral lodged, repayment capacity and other customer relationship. Our loan offer shows you the effective interest rate of the loan which you can use to compare any other possible loan offers. The loan drawdown and servicing costs are taken into account in the effective interest rate.
A monthly service fee of €2.30 is charged for the bank loan, and an origination fee of maximum €120 is charged when the loan is drawn down. The loan interest is the 12-month Euribor rate + the markup you have agreed on with the bank.
The bank loan is a one-off loan. The effective interest rate for a loan of 20,000 euros with a seven-year loan period is 3.9%, when the loan interest is the 12-month Euribor + 3.65% (3.366% 2/2020), the monthly service fee is €2.30 and the one-off origination fee charged at the loan drawdown is €120.
The estimated total amount payable is €2,825.48. This calculation is based on the assumption that the entire loan has been drawn down, the loan interest rate, fees and charges are constant throughout the loan period, and the loan is repaid in equal instalments of €270.30 per month. The loan is granted by the OP cooperative bank.
You can apply for a repayment holiday for your Bank Loan on OP eServices, during which you will pay only interest. You can also apply for a change to the repayment instalment and date. Such changes are subject to a charge based on the bank's list of service charges and fees.
You can amortise your loan in addition to your normal monthly instalment. This extra repayment does not defer the next instalment or payment date. The extra repayment is not subject to a charge.
To make an extra repayment, you need the number of your loan which you can find in the Loans section. After that, go to "New payment" under the Daily banking services section and enter your loan's number in the "Payee's account or IBAN" field. Then proceed as instructed. The amount of your extra repayment is debited to your account on the same day.
If you have a fixed-rate loan, please contact the bank that has granted the loan because extra repayment may be subject to a charge under the general loan terms and conditions.
Take a look at the terms and conditions governing loans, pledges and guarantees. You will accept the terms and conditions of the loan and collateral agreement at the time of signature.
As an owner-customer, you will earn OP bonuses for example from
- savings and investments
- purchases you have paid with credit
- insurance premiums for home, family and motor vehicle policies.
OP bonuses are used for the bank’s service charges and insurance premiums.