|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Maximum Term||Flat Rate||Reducing Rate|
|Alawwal Bank - Personal Finance||Minimum Salary: SAR 5,000||Salary Transfer: Yes||Islamic Finance: Yes||Maximum Term: 5 Years||Flat Rate: 3.79%||Reducing Rate: 2.5%|
No matter what your goals are, from managing school fees or buying a new car to investing your money, we’ll help you get there with Alawwal Bank Personal Finance.
- Shari’ah compliant
- Instant approval
- Top up after repayment 20% of your existing finance
- Finance up to S.R. 1,500,000
- Repayment period up to 5 years
- Exemption from remaining repayments in case of death (God forbids)
- Option to defer the first 6 payments
- A filled in application form
- A copy of ID/Iqama (and a copy of passport for expatriates)
- Employment letter
- Salary transfer form
Additional InformationApplicant Eligibility: Citizen:
- Minimum Salary S.R 3,000 (public/semi public/ Military Sector)
- Minimum Salary S.R 8,000 (Private Sector)
- Age: 18-60 (public/semi public/ Military Sector/Retired) & 21-60 (Private Sector), 35-70 (Retired)
- Minimum Salary S.R 3,500 (public/semi public/ Military Sector/Retired)
- Minimum Salary S.R 3,000 (Private Sector)
- Age: 21-60 (public/semi public/ Military Sector) & 25-60 (Private Sector)
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