Minimum Salary Salary Transfer Islamic Finance Maximum Term Flat Rate Reducing Rate
Bank Audi - Mortgage Loan Bank Audi - Mortgage Loan Minimum Salary: EGP 0 Salary Transfer: No Early Settlement Fees: No Maximum Term: 20 Years Flat Rate: 5.56% Reducing Rate: 10.0%
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With Mortgage finance, you can own your dream home without waiting to save the full amount. You can now own a vacation home or simply invest in real estate with the best return on investment available.
Features
  • Competitive Interest rate
  • Financed amount up to 75% of property value
  • Flexible repayment period up to 20 years
  • Loan amount starts from EGP 50,000
  • Borrower age from 21 years old up to 60 years for employees and 65 years for professionals and self-employed
  • An experienced sales team to assist you ahead of your house hunt
  • Customer's Eligibility (Egyptian Residents & Non-Residents , Foreigner "Residency & work permission")
  • Property's Eligibility (Registered – Eligible for Registration – New Urban Areas)
Documents Required
  • Mortgage Loan Application
  • Salaried: A copy of ID or Passport/Home/Business Proof
  • Self-employed: A copy of ID or Passport/Home/Business Proof - Bank statement - Company legal documents
  • Income Proof
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