|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Maximum Term||Flat Rate||Reducing Rate|
|SGBJ - SOG Express||Minimum Salary: JOD 200||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: No||Maximum Term: 8 Years||Flat Rate: 5.81%||Reducing Rate: 10.45%|
Are you planing for a short term project and need some financial support? Sogexpress will stand by your side with simplified conditions.
- Allocated amount is determined based on the client’s Debt Burden Ratio (DBR) or against cash collateral.
- Repayment duration can extend up to 72 months for the private sector employees and 96 months for the public sector employees.
- Personal identification for Jordanians, passport for non-Jordanians, appointment certificate for military. persons, household register.
- Salary transfer.
- Proof of income.
- Salary slip for the last 3 months and account statement for the past 6 months.
- Commercial registration certificate and profession practice licence.
- Residence proof (rent or owned).
- The choice of the loan currency is based on your income.
- Minimum monthly income is JOD 350 for the private sector and JOD 200 for the public sector employees.
- 1% loan granting commission is charged.
- Attractive conditions for Makasseb current account holders.
- Every individual of more than 21 years of age, with a stable revenue and 1 year of experience in the same business field, is eligible for Sogexpress.
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