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National Bank of Greece - Buyout Cash Loan National Bank of Greece - Buyout Cash Loan Minimum Salary: EGP 1,600 Salary Transfer: No Islamic Finance: No Maximum Term: 7 Years Flat Rate: 0.0% Reducing Rate: 0.0%
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  • Very competitive interest rate
  • Approval within 96 hours
  • Flexible repayment tenors from 6 months up to 7 years with fixed monthly installments
  • Pay your installment at any NBG branch or NBG ATM
  • Loan amounts start from EGP 15,000 up to EGP 400,000
  • Fixed monthly installments
  • You can obtain an additional 20% of the loan amount
Documents Required
  • Egyptians: Photocopy of Valid ID
  • Foreign residents: Photocopy of Valid Passport
  • HR letter
  • Recent Utility bill with current address (for last 3 month)
  • Recent Liability Certificate from another bank (to include your outstanding loan and all relevant fees)
  • Salaried Employees
  • Bankers
  • Self Employed
  • Your existing loan needs to be at least one year old with good payment history
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