|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Maximum Term||Flat Rate||Reducing Rate|
|NBK - Installment Loan||Minimum Salary: KWD 400||Salary Transfer: No||Early Settlement Fees: No||Maximum Term: 15 Years||Flat Rate: 2.51%||Reducing Rate: 4.5%|
Your dream home does not have to remain a dream. You can take an Installment Loan to finance the purchase, construction or renovation of your house with convenient financing at a competitive interest rate.
- You can take out a minimum of KD 1,000 and maximum of KD 70,000
- If your salary is not with NBK, please arrange for your salary to be transferred to NBK
- You can enjoy the flexibility and convenience of taking a loan from 12 to 180 months
- For loans exceeding the 5-year repayment period, your interest rate will be reviewed every 5 years, provided that the maximum increase or decrease in interest rate will not exceed 2% of the applicable interest rate, as per Central Bank of Kuwait regulations
- NBK gives you the option to insure your loan
- You can settle the loan early at any time without paying any fees or future interest
- Copy of your Civil ID
- Military ID is required for MOI, MOD and National Guards
- Salary certificate
- Salary transfer continuation certificate
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Years: This is the original term or length of the product, stated in years.
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