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National Bank of Kuwait - Mortgage National Bank of Kuwait - Mortgage Minimum Salary: EGP 3,000 Salary Transfer: Early Settlement Fees: Maximum Term: 15 Years Flat Rate: - Reducing Rate: -
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Eligibility 
  • Nationality: Egyptians only

  • Age: min 21 years old and max 65 years old (at loan maturity)

  • Loan is granted to individuals either employed, self-employed, or professionls

  • Guarantor not required

Features
  • Loan features:
  • Minimum: EGP 100,000
  • Maximum: EGP 4,000,000 Repayment period:
  • Minimum: 1 year
  • Maximum: 15 years Financing up to 85 % from the unit value
Documents Required
  • Valid National ID
  • Recent Utility Bill (Max 3 Months old)
  • Salary certificate
  • financed unit mortgage documents
  • Self-employed and professionals:
  • Valid National ID
  • Recent Utility Bill (Max 3 Months old)
  • Recent commercial register (max 6 Months old) or work permit for professionals
  • Company contract along with amendments, if any, showing the applicant(s) share in the company
  • Last taxation status certificate issued by chartered accountant
  • Taxation Card
  • Audited financial statements for last 2 years OR original net income certificate issued by a Chartered Accountant for professionals
  • Recent 6 months business bank statement
  • financed unit mortgage documents
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