Minimum Salary Salary Transfer Islamic Finance Maximum Term Flat Rate Reducing Rate
Arab Bank - Home Construction Loan Arab Bank - Home Construction Loan Minimum Salary: USD 0 Salary Transfer: Yes Early Settlement Fees: No Maximum Term: 25 Years Flat Rate: 7.42% Reducing Rate: 13.36%
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With Arab Bank Home Construction Loan, building your dream home could not be easier or more convenient. It is flexible and offers you a host of benefits!
Features
  • Competitive interest rate on USD loans equal to Beirut Reference Rate (BRR) +0.75%
  • Loan amount ranging from USD 20,000 up to USD 500,000
  • Loan tenor up to twenty five years
  • Affordable monthly installments according to your income
  • Financing up to 70% of the house final value against property mortgage
  • Free Visa Electron Card, Internet Banking and Mobile Banking Service
  • Life and property insurance at competitive rates
  • Pre-approved Visa Credit Card free of charge for the first year.
Documents Required
  • Valid national ID (for Residents) or valid passport with valid Resident visa (for Non-Residents)
  • Latest Salary/Income/Employment verification document
  • Property purchase and sales agreement / contract
  • Ownership certificate of the financed property
  • Proof of Down payment
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