Home loans for UAE Nationals
We're here to help you build the home you want
With options to buy an existing property or building your own, with a third option to re-finance, owning the home of your dreams is easy.
-Financing up to 85% of the property value
-Loan amount offered up to AED 20 million
- Apply with a minimum salary of AED 10,000
- Available for salaried and self-employed individuals
- Finance up to 85% of the Property Value
- Coverage of Life & property insurance
- Free application fee
- Free partial settlement up to 20% of the loan amount
- Finance of Government housing programs available
- Apply with a co-borrower
- Original Emirates ID and Emirates ID copy
- Valid Passport Copy with valid Resident Visa page (Old Passport copy if Visa is stamped on old Passport) Salaried Individual
- Latest Salary certificate addressed to Emirates NBD
- Latest Pay slips (in case of more than 10% variance in Salary)
- Previous employment proof if less than 3 years
- Latest 6 Months Bank statement Self-Employed
- Valid Trade License copy
- Plus MOA (Memorandum of Association) including all amendments
- Latest 6 Months Bank statement
- Latest 2 years audited financial Co borrower documents ( If Applicable)
- Co-borrower's valid Passport and visa page
- Income documents (if applicable)
- If Co-borrower is a company, then MOA & TL to be obtained. Passport Copy of partners also to be obtained
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