A loan granted to Jordanians to make your dreams come true (A vacation of a life time, studying, marriage, etc.) and allows you to cover your personal expenses.
- Financing up to JOD 70,000.
- Maximum loan tenure up to 96 months.
- Flexible top up options.
- Buy out loan facility is available with the ability of increasing the loan amount depending on the client’s income & DBR.
- No guarantor is required.
- Free debit card and E-services.
- Free credit card for the first year.
- Life Insurance.
- Family income is considered if a married couple wants to apply.
- Valid proper Identification Card for Jordanians
- Proof of Income:
- Salary slip for the last month.
- Salary transfer letter according to the bank's approved form
- Statement of account for the last 6 months.
- Social security enrollment proof
- Minimum loan amount JOD 1,000.
- Minimum loan tenure up to 12 months.
- Minimum salary transferred JOD 300 for private sector and JOD 200 for public sector.
- Maximum DBR of 50% .
- Minimum work experience of 12 months for private sector, 3 months for public sector and 2 years for municipalities provided employee is confirmed (not under probation).
- Not listed on CBJ & Jordan Ahli Bank’s internal black lists.
- Minimum age of 21 years old and maximum age of 65 years old.
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