With the help of the Banque Libano-Française Renovation Housing Loan, specially designed to finance your expenses, you can redesign an old property, redecorate a new villa with new painting and floor covering, replace old tiles, fix the roof, or even change the whole plumbing system.
- Financing the conversion labor and renovation cost of your house, villa or chalet
- Currency: USD
- Loan amount: from USD 10,000 up to 100% of the residence conversion and renovation costs, not exceeding 50% of the current property value (house) with a maximum of USD 400/m²)
- Preferential interest rates: variable and based on the Cost of Funds Index for the whole period of the loan
- Loan period: minimum 2 years | maximum 10 years
- File fees: 1% of the loan amount (maximum USD 750)
- Expert fees: USD 150 for the first evaluation, USD 100 for each additional evaluation (if required)
- No commission applicable
- Guarantees: first or second degree mortgage on the property subject of the loan, life and fire insurances
- No down payment required
- Competitive interest rate
- Identity card
- Recent family status certificate
- Recent proof of residence
- Recent judicial record
- Salary certificate
- Bank statement
- Medical insurance if the loan applicant is not registered in the NSSF
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