|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Maximum Term||Flat Rate||Reducing Rate|
|SABB - Personal Finance for retirees||Minimum Salary: SAR 3,000||Salary Transfer: Yes||Islamic Finance: Yes||Maximum Term: 5 Years||Flat Rate: 2.75%||Reducing Rate: 5.18%|
SABB understands that its customers continue to pursue their dreams and aspirations even after they retire. Therefore, SABB offers Shariah-compliant Personal Finance for Retirees under the concepts of “Tawarruq” and “Murabaha” to help retirees realise their wishes and goals.
- Fully Shariah-compliant financing solution
- Financing from SAR 10,000 up to SAR 500,000
- Flexible repayment period from 12 up to 60 months
- No guarantor required
- Competitive profit rates
- Waiver of the outstanding finance amount in the event of death or permanent disability (God forbid)
- Copy of ID (Saudi nationals)/ Passport copy (GCC nationals and expatriates)/ Iqama valid for a minimum of one month (expatriates)
- A Salary Introduction Letter that is less than one month old
- Salary Assignment Letter (signed by an authorised signatory)
- Customer must be between 40 and 65 years of age
- Minimum monthly pension of SAR 3,000
Additional InformationFees & Charges:
- Administrative charges consist of 1% of the finance amount or SAR 5,000, whichever is lower. Early settlement fee is the next three months profit based on payment schedule
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