|Bank Muscat - Loans For Expats
|Minimum Salary: OMR 500
|Salary Transfer: No
|Islamic Finance: No
|Maximum Term: 10 Years
|Flat Rate: 4.6%
|Reducing Rate: 8.28%
At Bank Muscat we strive to understand your wants and expectations. Whether you wish to buy a property back home, give your children a better education, or cash for just any other need, transfer your salary to us, avail a loan from BankMuscat and enjoy the related host of benefits. Enjoy banking from any place of your convenience by registering with free Call Center, Kiosk and BankMuscat Online Banking facilities.
- Relaxed Guarantor requirement
- Attractive interest rate
- Increased tenor
- Deferrals during Eid festivals
- Free Call Center and Kiosk Banking facility
- Free BankMuscat Online banking facility.
- Labour card
- Salary certificate (mentioning your salary and date of employment
- Bank statements of the previous 6 months (for non-Bank Muscat account holders or account holders whose salary does not get credited to their Bank Muscat account).
- There could be additional documents depending on the size of loan or other requirements of the bank. If you qualify, you need to provide a Salary Assignment Letter from your employer addressed to Bank Muscat.
- The basic parameters considered for qualification are the age, salary, length of service, employer and repayment capability of the person proposed as a guarantor. However, the bank may use additional criteria depending on the loan amount, type of loan, etc.
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