|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Maximum Term||Flat Rate||Reducing Rate|
|NBAD - Buyout Loans||Minimum Salary: AED 20,000||Salary Transfer: No||Early Settlement Fees: No||Maximum Term: 25 Years||Flat Rate: 1.81%||Reducing Rate: 3.25%|
Let FAB help you buy your next home. Their mortgages offer a range of attractive features for people buying complete properties from the secondary market.
- Loan to Value ( LTV) up to 80% for UAE nationals and up to 75% for expats
- Repayment terms up to 25 years
- Loan amounts up to AED 20 million
- Interest rates from 3.25% p.a. fixed for 12 months . Thereafter the rate moves to a variable interest rate structure which
- currently is NBAD Mortgage Base Rate plus applicable margin
- Financing for properties across the UAE
- For UAE nationals and expatriates who currently have mortgage loan facilities with other UAE Banks
- Free Life and Property insurance and free property evaluation for the first year for Elite Gold Customers
- Flexible repayment options through salary or rentals
- Salary transfer not required
- Salary Transfer Letter, or salary certificate in case of buyout from another bank
- Bank statement
- Identification documents
- Liability letter
- Property details
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