Under this product variant, the customer approaches the Bank and requests for financing in order to construct a house or villa. The customer would either opt for self-construction or construction through a developer in this case.
Ajman Bank provides under construction finance for the following 2 types of properties:
- 1st Rank Mortgage
- 2nd Rank Mortgage
The following customers are eligible for availing Under construction finance from Ajman Bank
- UAE Nationals (Salary starting from AED 25,000)
- Resident Expatriates (Salary starting from AED 25,000)
- Maximum Finance amount up to AED 8 million
- Maximum tenure up to 25 years (inclusive of Construction period)
- Finance to the value of up to 50%
- Free Like Takaful (Insurance) for complete term of the finance
- Financing available for Freehold & Non-Freehold properties
- Financing available for Residents only
- Widest geographical coverage
- Quick and Fast Approvals
- Fully completed and signed application form
- Valid passport/Khulasat al Khaid Copy/Valid visa/UAE National ID
- 6 months Bank statement
- Salary Certificate
- Copy of Trade License (Self-employed)
- Audited financial statements (Self-employed)
- Relevant property papers (Not required for Pre-approval)
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