|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Maximum Term||Flat Rate||Reducing Rate|
|Byblos Bank - Wedding Loan||Minimum Salary: USD 596||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: No||Maximum Term: 4 Years||Flat Rate: 12.0%||Reducing Rate: 12.0%|
When it’s time to settle down, don’t settle for anything less than a magical experience. A Wedding Loan from Byblos Bank provides the financing you need to make sure your big day will always be one to remember.
- Up to USD 20,000 or equivalent in LBP
- Repayment Period: One to four years
- Competitive interest rate
- Grace period of up to three months
- Free Life Insurance related to loan
- Free filing fees
- Copy of Valid Photo ID or Passport
- Proof of income
- Proof of residence
- Lebanese citizen
- Age should not exceed 40 at time of application
- Minimum salary should be at least LBP 900,000 for single applicants or LBP 1.2 million for married applicants (or equivalent in USD)
- A minimum of two years' work experience in the same field
- Monthly payment should not exceed one-third of income for employees, or one-quarter of for self-employed
- Zero filing fees
- Free life insurance, if contracted with ADIR, a member of the Byblos Bank Group
- Grace period of up to 3 months
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