|Al Hilal Bank - Rent Finance
|Minimum Salary: AED 5,000
|Salary Transfer: Yes
|Islamic Finance: No
|Maximum Term: 1 Years
|Flat Rate: 0.0%
|Reducing Rate: 0.0%
Paying rent can sometimes place a burden on us. With life’s many needs, it’s comforting to know that Al Hilal Bank can offer Rent Finance options that will help you live in the home of your dreams, without worrying about your financial position. We offer different solutions for different needs, making sure that you always have a roof over your head.Al Hilal Bank’s Rent Finance is designed according to the principles of Shariah. Under the relevant Shariah contract, the bank will enable you to pay the rent of your dream home.You can obtain finance for the house of your choice and pay in easy flexible installments.
In tough times the last thing you want is to worry about is paying the rent on your house. We can provide finance for your rental commitments then let you pay in easy flexible payments with peace of mind.
From 3% Profit rates (flat p.a.) for UAE Nationals
From 3.05% Profit rates (flat p.a.) for expatriate customers
- Shariah-compliant finance
- High finance amounts
- Competitive rates
- Payment tenure of up to one year
- No down payment required
- Minimum salary requirement of AED 5,000
- A valid passport
- Residence visa page (as applicable)
- Latest 6 months bank statements
- Any other additional documentation which may be required thereafter according to the Al Hilal Bank policies and procedure
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