Emirates NBD knows that you never stop dreaming. Whether your goals are for something as simple as renovating your home or as big as sending your children to school, Emirates NBD has the right loan package to help turn your dreams to reality.
- Attractive interest rates starting from 5.49% reducing or 2.90% flat P.A.
- Maximum term is 36 months
- Maximum loan amount of up to AED 2,000,000 for expatriates
- Free Bank Account with no minimum balance required
- Valid Passport Copy with valid Resident Visa page
- UAE Nationals: Ibara page of UAE Nationals
- Original Emirates ID and Emirates ID copy
- Proof of Residency or Utility Bill
- Updated Security Cheque
- Credit Card Statements (Where applicable) Salaried Individual
- Latest 3 Months Bank statement
- Latest Salary Certificate / Salary Transfer Letter Self-Employed
- Latest 6 Months Bank statement
- Trade License
- MOA (Memorandum of Association)
- POA (Power of Attorney) Loan to minor
- Attested copies of guarantor/co borrowers Passport and Visa, Emirates ID, Trade License & Income Details
- Salary should be transferred to Emirates NBD
- Minimum salary requirement of AED 5,000
- Customer's employer must be on the Emirates NBD's Approved List
- Minimum 6 months length of service
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