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Bank of Beirut - Expat Housing Loan Bank of Beirut - Expat Housing Loan Minimum Salary: USD 1,000 Salary Transfer: No Early Settlement Fees: No Maximum Term: 20 Years Flat Rate: 2.22% Reducing Rate: 4.0%
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Even though you are residing beyond the Lebanese territories, the keys to the door of your homeland home have never been so easy to get! Bank of Beirut's Expat Housing Loan allows you to benefit from a high loan amount with competitive features, repayable over a long period of time, and especially tailored to suit your aspirations.
  • Loan Amount: up to USD 1 Million
  • Financing: 50% of the house value
  • Repayment Period: up to 20 years
  • Competitive Interest Rate: 4 % for the first year then BCR + 2.75% for the remaining period
Documents Required
  • First degree mortgage over property in favor of Bank of Beirut
  • Life insurance along with fire insurance for the entire duration of the loan
  • Transfer of monthly bill amount
  • For employed applicants: salary attestation from employer
  • For self-employed applicants: financial statements covering the last 2 years of business activity
  • Personal net worth statement
  • Identity card
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